The new HP Premium Plus is just a version of another RC paper. It has nothing, except the name, to do with the original PP, which was swellable paper. The Advanced paper, as I see it, is for daily printing and not meant to last more than a few months, with DYE-inks. I think there are no profiles for that paper, you just use the Glossy or Satin options and cross your fingers. Using the DJ 130 own "calibration" option, may help to achieve a smoother color transitions, I hope. So your options, as mine too, are limited. It seems, that all manufacturers have abandoned the swellable paper line. I have some, PP and Ilford Classic Pearl, left for special use, but I'm using matte paper for my main tasks, which mainly is book printing. On the other hand, well balanced prints with rich colors on matte paper are a joy to have a look at. Those should remain intact under good UV-glass.
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