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This may not seem like a big deal to most people, but as a color specialist who manages color from submission to press, having grayscale support in a publishing program is awesome. Adobe only supports grayscale in Photoshop, which can lead to many headaches in InDesign when grayscale is converted automatically to Device N black. Device N black can lead to color management problems in pre-press due to not being an editable, raster color space. So kudos to Affinity for properly handling the grayscale color space - that one thing tells me you are far beyond Adobe in the color management arena.


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