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Old 03-20-2006, 04:10 PM   #1
Robin Springall
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Default Colour: management or manglement?

This is just bonkers: a flattened tiff looked different and printed out differently when placed in Illustrator CS2. By "different" I means when compared to being viewed on the same monitor and printed out on the same printer but from Photoshop. Both CS2 Mac.

The tiff had the standard Euroscale Coated v2 colour profile embedded, and both Photoshop and Illustrator were set up to that same working space, but the image went more yellow after being chucked into Frustrator. Oh, and it was the same whether I embedded it or linked it.

In the end I saved a copy of the tiff with no colour profile, turned off colour management in Illustrator, and it then looked and printed fine.
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