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  1. Just swopped from InDesign to Publisher and need to urgently send some artwork for printers. Need to add a spot colour channel. How on earth is this possible in Publisher??! I can't even find any channel view? Or am I missing something? Tight deadline and I am MEGA frustrated right now. Any help greatly appreciated! x
  2. SInce I switched to Publisher for all my CMYK work, I thought it might be time to do the same with a project using two spot colors. But I can't find a useful way to work with it. When using overprint properties Indesign makes it possible to do that per object (line or fill). I think it would be ok, to do it upside down, like the user guide of Publisher is promoting. That would mean to make a copy of a color swatch (one overprintig, one knocking out) and to use these on all objects as one wishes. And it does even work when outputing a PDF. But there is one thing missing - a preview of how my
  3. Hello, my client wants to print certain image in one spot colour only (no CMYK colours at all) and I would like to find a way how to do this in AD. I tried to create Gradient Map Adjustment layer and create simple gradient with spot colour on one side and white on the other. But when I export it to PDF, the spot colour is gone, only standard CMYK remains. Also I noticed that when I add on top of all layers an object with spot colour, it is converted to CMYK as well even if it sits on top of all layers and should remain as it is. Another odd thing I noticed when using Gradient Map Adj
  4. I keep color swatch books for all my clients. Coming from Adobe, I can just create a swatch collection for each client and upload to Creative Cloud. Then when I need to work on something for that client I simply load their folder and have all my swatches ready to use. I thought I could do the same thing with Affinity's Palette system, but I am running into issues. In order for a Palette to be available to all Affinity programs, I have to make System Palettes. It works, except when it comes to saving Spot colors (I need a set of Pantone colors). When I try to save a Pantone swatch in the S
  5. Hi Team Affinity, we are using for Digital Printing SpotColors with custom names. Example: we have to name Colors like "Spot1" for the white ink and "Spot2" for coating clear ink. Next Problem is the we using for our Zünd-Cutter SpotColors for further processing cutting and milling like "cut_Through" "cut_Kiss" etc. I am pretty sure that this SpotColor-Thing is missing by many Users. I bought Affinity-Designer like it but can´t use it without the Custom-Named-SpotColors. Regards Thomas P.S. important that the SpotColors will be in the exported PDF! See Screenshot
  6. Hey Folks, I looked at the roadmap and saw "Pantone, Spot and Registration colours" as planned. But is there actually any option or workaround for defining/using spot colors (prefered own mixed CMYK spots or HKS)?! Thanks :)
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