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Color rendered differently in latest AD and AP betas

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Same file opened in both apps, colors are more saturated in AP than AD. The color space and profile are the same, I didn't change that. It's the same file. I can upload the file for inspection, just supply upload link.

Thanks for all you do.

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The default color format for Photo is RGB. For Designer, it's CMYK. If you go to Document Setup and switch to the Color tab, you will find a section that says Color Format.


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Hey Sean, I uploaded to the specified link.

On 1/14/2019 at 4:15 AM, Sean P said:

Hi ronnyb,

Would you be able to upload this file to use using the link below please?

https://www.dropbox.com/request/DAhExoYMQoxa5pXqzf1W

Thanks!

 

Hey @Bri-toon, that's not the issue. As I mentioned in the OP, the color space and profile are the same in both apps... BTW, the default behavior for both apps is NOT to convert color profiles to the working space... Both apps use the file's specified color format, not CMYK nor RGB per se...

On 1/13/2019 at 3:54 PM, Bri-Toon said:

The default color format for Photo is RGB. For Designer, it's CMYK. If you go to Document Setup and switch to the Color tab, you will find a section that says Color Format.

 


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