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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*
Hello, can you please help me? For a print-flyer I want to use partial UV lacquering. In the description of the print shop is the hint, that I should ceate a color (solid color) with 100% Magenta and call this "paint". And the elements that I would have UV lacquering, I should duplicate and color with the new color "paint". I am not sure to make this. I tried to create a global color and called this "paint". But if I export to PDF, the color is simply renamed or is no longer available as an extra color in PDF named "paint". What am I doing wrong? What should I do? Thank you very much for helping, north