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  1. 1. Make a new CMYK document. 2. Import a PDF containing a gradient built with spot colours. Result: Gradient is converted to CMYK.
  2. I have loads of graphics and images created with true colors (Pantone and HKS). When I import these, they are converted to CMYK. This must be remedied absolutely. Even when opening PDF files with true colors, they are changed. That can not happen. I will attach a few files with true colors, which I have used for testing. When exporting to PDF and EPS, lines and contours that I have assigned with effects or gradients are suddenly converted into graphics. This too needs to be fixed, as lines and contours should remain. A tool for creating barcodes and QR codes would be good, since I need them relatively often for my designs. I also miss the function "collect data and pack" for the transmission of open data. HKS K.ai HKS K.eps HKS K.pdf
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