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  1. The default color palettes "Greys" and "Colors" show different CMYK values, depending on the panel you look at. It appears with click on such a predefined swatch the Swatches panel value look more as wanted than synchronously shown in the Color panel. For instance, the default "Greys", named "Black xx%", are shown in swatches as CMYK 1-color Black only – whereas its value in color panel is shown as 4-color Black. Unfortunately not the expected value from the swatches panel gets exported but the unwanted and unexpected color panel value instead ! Black 50% : – swatches p: 0 0 0 50 – color panel: 55 42 42 9 Yellow HSL 42 90 50: – swatches p: 0 28 95 5 – color panel: 1 34 92 2 How can or should the default palettes be used in a CMYK-.afpub? - Just ignore a wrong value? But then, how can I use the standard shades of grey, which are only apparently tints of 100 K, and export them as a single color channel instead of 4-color in CMYK print?
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