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CMYK - 0/0/0/100 is grey

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The screen representation of black differs depending on the chosen color format in the document setup. This is just cosmetical if I may say so.

 

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cmyk black tends to be represented way less of a deep black than... deep black made a combination of rgb... This happens in PS or any software. If this is what you are referring to...


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11 minutes ago, SrPx said:

 

cmyk black tends to be represented way less of a deep black than... deep black made a combination of rgb... This happens in PS or any software. If this is what you are referring to...

 

Or a mix of CMY into the black, or ...

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34 minutes ago, Ralf_Maeder said:

The screen representation of black differs depending on the chosen color format in the document setup. This is just cosmetical if I may say so.

 

See attached screen copy.

black color.jpg

Hi Ralf,

 

thanks. There are two objects in the same program in the same document with the same colour-values (0/0/0/100). Nevertheless the colours look different. What i´m getting wrong?!:-) 

 

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