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  1. Hi everyone. I looked through the forum but wasn't able to find a guide on this one. Here's my issue: I'm creating a business card for printing through an online printing company. There's a special effect we want to add (partial clear paint for a special haptic). This effect requires the document to have a separate layer with a fifth (additional) solid color (Volltonfarbe) besides CMYK. I did find the funtionality to add global colors, did check the box for "Schmuckfarbe" and "Überdrucken" (very important for the effect) and assign this color to my shape. Once I export, however, to PDF/X-3:2003 and i run the file through Adobe XI Pro Preflight, there's no "überdrucken" and no "Volltonfarbe" detected. I've been trying different things and googling the issue since yesterday, but haven't had any success. If you need anything from me for better analysing my issue, please let me know. Thank you so much! JSR*
  2. Hi there, Current beta supports only the more current Standard called: PDF/X-3:2003 Flyeralarm, which is a very popular print products provider here in the German speaking part of Europe requires, or insists on: PDF/X-3:2002 Would be extremly helpful, if you could add this Standard too in your options. Cheers, axel PS: All the requirements from Flyeralarm for PDFs here: https://www.flyeralarm.com/ch/content/index/open/id/20010/druckdaten.html