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  1. Of course you are right. I even noticed the differenz on the screen. But working in RGB and changing to CMYC only for exporting I would prefer K100 - especially for text. Small black letters composed by more than the colour K may look a little drunk.
  2. Thank you for the information. The way you describe works well. When working on a new project (now on Affinity Designer) I use the RGB mode to be free for different kinds of products. In this case I send it as PDF(printing) to a newspaper for printing. They told me all letters had all four colors and not only „K” as it should be. Next time I changed the export mode to CMYK. Nothing changed on the PDF they said. I expected RGB 0,0,0 automatically change to CMYK 0,0,0,100. (Black in gray mode does not change to K too.) Is the only way to get simple Black by turning text to CMYK 0,0,0,100 even in a RGB file?
  3. Normaler schwarzer Text, aber auch Text in zugewiesenem Schwarz (sowohl RGB 0-0-0 als auch CMYK 0-0-0-100), oder als Schwarz/weiß angelegt, wird im PDF-Export zur Mischfarbe (CMYK 89-78-62-97). Normal black text, in addition, text in assigned black (both RGB 0-0-0 and CMYK 0-0-0-100), or as black and white created, becomes in the pdf export the mixed color (CMYK 89-78-62-97). What going wrong? Kalle
  4. Obwohl ich Text in Schwarz (RGB 0-0-0) angelegt habe, wird er im PDF-Export zur Mischfarbe (CMYK 89-78-62-97). Was mache ich falsch? Although I created text in black (RGB 0-0-0), he becomes in the pdf export the mixed color (CMYK 89-78-62-97). By the way: I tried CMYK 0-0-0-100, also the Black/White Circle. No differenz. What do I make wrong? Kalle
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