OK, so I print at home, using glossy paper on an HP inkjet Photosmart printer. My operating system is Windows Vista. This is no the optimal arrangement for printing game booklets, but things have gone OK until recently: it started printing images in a greenish hue. Not the text, just the images. We're talking purely black or greyscale images in the first place, and they always came out black and white, until now.
At first I decided I was OK with that. It wasn't pure green, just greenISH--the darker lines resolve to black. And I felt the tint gave it a dreamlike quality, and I could dig that. So I kept going, printing The Dreaming Crucible to supply demand--until I started to run out of color ink.
So now I'm stuck--I can't print any more until I either buy a new color cartridge or get my machine to start printing properly again. The fine folks at Go Play NW cleaned me out, so I'm about to mail my last copy overseas, and that's IT!
And sure, I'll be wanting a color cartridge anyway--but do I really want to keep draining all the color ink for this baby? Do I want to be stuck printing grayscale in green forever? No to both! So help me, tech-savvy friends--what could possibly be causing this? How can it be stopped? I've tried setting my already-grayscale documents to print in grayscale. What else can I try?