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CMYK or RGB?

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Hello I have a request about interface: ;)

 

On Designer I need to immediately understand what color mode is set to my document, if CMYK or RGB, maybe beside the name of the document or anywhere else. I usually import technical cad files and have to convert in CMYK from RGB and to check if the conversion is correct I have to go to "modify - document settings." and see the winodow opened.

 

Or maybe I don't find it? :unsure:

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Oswald_

 

In AP - the info panel displays colour information.

Click on: View > Studio > Info

 

In Designer, click on: File > Document Setup > Colour

 

 

Hope that helps.


High-End Photographic Prints

 

 

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Oswald_

As per the penultimate line in my original answer:

 

In Designer, click on: File > Document Setup > Colour

This may not be exactly what you needed, but at least you can tell what colour mode your image is in :)


High-End Photographic Prints

 

 

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