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    Default RE: Working with Custom Paper Profiles

    Were you able to fix it with substitute color?

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    Actually Lou I haven't tried yet, I will though and let you know.

    The file seems to be fine and should allow for this just not sure why only the rastor pieces are available in Image Enhance Visual Editor. However not sure just fills would load up anyways.

    I'll let you know.

    ***Yes it worked as expected. Also I tried it with my media profile selected as well and again, worked as expected.
    Last edited by adause; 10-17-2017 at 07:53 AM.

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    Default RE: Working with Custom Paper Profiles

    Sorry I left that detail out.

    Image Enhance is to enhance images in source documents (PDFs or PostScript files) before you RIP them. It only extract the images since that's what it is designed to enhance. I can see where this looked tempting because it does have curves but it applies them to one image at and not to vector graphics, type, or spot colors.

    Let us know how substitute works.

    ~Lou

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    Sorry edited my last post but I guess you didn't see it.

    Substitute color did infact work as intended.

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    Default Spot Colour Replace... but...

    I find spot colour replace works best but sometimes you can still have the density of the colour not match well. In such cases I'll change the physical density of the YMCK developers and fusing temp on the machine itself. (Be sure to write down the original setting to change back when done.) Exact matches are never realistic, but if you're still way off, sometimes this gets you close enough.

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