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[Designer 1.8.3/Win] Colour Profile will not be saved

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If I set a colour profile within the document properties, save, close and reopen the file, it is still the colour profile which I have set at the creating the file. 

More in detail. While creating a new layout I have chosen ISO Coated v2 as colour profile. Meanwhile I got the information by the printer to use instead PSO coated v3 (it's a profile by the printer). I have installed the ICC file on my system and can select it in all of my image manipulation and layout software. Now I wanted to change the colour profile also within the properties of the layout file. I did it, saved, closed and reopened the file the next day. By accident (I was checking the bleed) I have figured out that the colour profile was the origin profile again (which I have chosen while creating the file). So I repeated as written above - but same result. 

Do I make something wrong? If so, please could you tell me my mistake? 


Thanks for your support in advance, 


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@ReneCGN I can't seem to reproduce this issue with any of the available ICC profiles I have installed (built in or third party) on macOS or Windows. Are you sure that when the profile was changed the document was saved?

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