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Kander

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  1. Noted! I'll be sure to check with the client's printers on their preferred profile. Thanks again & have a great day!
  2. thank you so much for taking the time to explain! It totally makes sense now. I totally agree about customers deserving and expecting their designers to understand their job which was why it was a concern for me that I didn't seem to be getting the right answers during my research and I'm so grateful for your response. I usually work with RGB and it's my first time designing a print product for a client. I keep seeing designers report that they first design in CMYK and then convert in RGB.. yet at the same time I see soooo many different CMYK profiles!
  3. Hi there.. I'm super new to designing and started using A.Publisher a few weeks ago. I've been designing a logo in RGB in Inkscape & using APUB to do all my file conversions especially for stuff I need in CMYK. I'm aware that CMYK colors will usually come out differently from RGB when it's sent to printers. Anway, I decided to just do a quick check on my colors and noticed that the CMYK values that's been generated by APUB don't match the RGB color's supposed CMYK color.. example. I have a color #134A84 which https://www.htmlcsscolor.com/hex/134A84 tells me should give me a CMYK value of 86/44/0/48 but in APUB, the CMYK value showing is 98/79/22/7 instead. When I plugged in the value of 86/44/0/48, I obviously got a different color and the RGB hex became #004B79. So I guess my question is, does APUB convert our RGB colors into CMYK to match what I actually see in RGB or is this a bug? This is a concern for me because I'm working on this for a client and want to make sure I deliver the right stuff. Thanks in advance!
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