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It seems that Spot Colours in eps files are not supported...

If I import/place an eps file with spot colours defined, these spot colours aren't imported into the swatches panel.

If I select "Create Palette From Document > As Document Palette" I get a whole list of colours, none of them actually appear on the page. If you want to delete this palette, this doesn't work: Select Delete Palette from the Swatches Drop down menu, a pane appears asking you to confirm that you want to delete the palette, click "Yes" and thePalete is still there.

The eps file seems to have been converted to a CMYK object because if you export the page as a pdf with "Honour Spot Colours" ticked it outputs the spot colours as cmyk. So you can't print separations from the pdf file.

 

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It seems that spot colours in PDFs are also not supported. I've created a PDF in AD with Pantone 485C. It separates fine in InDesign but APub treats it as CMYK. I don't know if this is a bug or just something that hasn't been implemented yet.

Windows 10 Pro, I5 3.3G PC 16G RAM

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