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Name of CMYK Colour in PDF


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Of course, it is not so good that a spot color can only be recreated but not converted from a CMYK. Also not good - and this is a real bug - is that the name for a newly created spot color can be changed, but the PDF output always takes the first used name of the spot color.

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5 minutes ago, md_berlin said:

Also not good - and this is a real bug - is that the name for a newly created spot color can be changed, but the PDF output always takes the first used name of the spot color.

First one I definitely agree. Second leaves me puzzled. You can change the spot colours name, but to do so, you have to rename spot AND have to rename global colour. Why is beyond my imagination (yet).

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