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CMYK Euroscale Profile in Photo not Designer

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The printing company I want to use says they use Euroscale as a color profile for CMYK documents.

I can see that export profile is available in Affinity Photo but it is not in the dropdown for Affinity Designer (both were version 1.5 when I bought them a couple of weeks back for my Windows 10 desktop). I have upgraded to 1.6 for each but the problem persists.

Both programmes have an icc folder under resources but I cannot find Euroscale under either (I was hoping to maybe copy it from Photo to Designer).

I wonder if it has been replaced by another profile with a different name. If so what is it.

As a side issue is there a place on the website with version release notes as that would be a great place to look.

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It should be available as working CMYK colour space. It has not been renamed as far as I know. European printers though tend to use newer FOGRA profiles.

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Good idea and thanks for taking the time and trouble but I have a different listing, which makes me think the Coated FOGRA39(ISO 12647-2;2004) may have replaced it. Just wish there were release notes to confirm this

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I am in England and planning to use Mixam

I will use that FOGRA39 and let them change it if they need to.

I wonder if you were installing on top of an older version that it might be a residual from an earlier one.

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Noticed a point not covered in my response

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4 minutes ago, Emulite said:

I am in England

 

I wondered because on the top of the panel, your Color is spelled as Color, whereas my Colour is spelt proper ;)


Windows PCs. Photo and Designer, latest non-beta versions.

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