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  1. Original Problem - Have had a lot of trouble matching colours when printing mugs both directly from Affinity Publisher and exporting to PDF and printing from that. Usual checks of substrate and profile etc have been carried out - Discovered that the colours produced are incorrect ( 100% Black = 64% C, 67% M, 71%Y and 71% K - 100% Cyan = 93%C, 23%M, 9%Y, 1%K - 100% Magenta = 96%M, 16%C, 9%Y, 1%K - 100% Yellow = 9%C, 4%M, 94%Y, 0%K) this is despite showing as pure CMYK colours within the program - The test mug produced by a secondary party shows the problems as well as when importing the PDF i
  2. Hello, I return to the topic of what goes on in the panorama dialogue. There appears to be still too much interference when assembling RAW images in that the saturation is increased far too much and strong colour shifts occur. I appreciate that we are more recently advised to convert to another compression format such as TIFF before processing but it would be good to be permitted to take control of something like this and not have it automatically judged by what the algorithm thinks we might want! Changing the outcome subsequently requires a huge amount of manual readjustment, not always succe
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