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    Ton commented  · 

    Looks like this works fine in 28.4.1
    Linked or Embedded
    GPU as well as CPU Preview

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    Ton commented  · 

    See: https://community.adobe.com/t5/illustrator/missing-transparency-in-placed-pdfs/m-p/11699887?page=1#M257019
    The CMYK PDF placed linked in a CMYK document gives the problem. Embedding solves the problem.
    When the CMYK PDF is placed linked in an RGB document there is no problem.
    The problem can be repeated in older Illustrator versions.

  5. 7 votes

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  6. 11 votes

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    Ton commented  · 

    @merry-cox if that does not work for you, try Export for Screens.

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    Preview is empty, but export works. Happens on all files 28.3

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  8. 60 votes

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    Ton commented  · 

    In Illustrator, Show in Finder does not highlight and select the file, but Reveal in Bridge does.

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    @Egor, InDesign and Bridge do have a Reveal in Finder option that selects and highlights the file in the Finder.

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  11. 27 votes

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    Drag & Drop (if you can) still can modify the Document color profile in this beta.

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  12. 5 votes

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  16. 21 votes

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    Ton commented  · 

    If Global Colors are still not supported after 6 years, prevent them being added to a CC library.
    There is no warning when the box is checked.

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    Ton commented  · 

    See this example.

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    Ton commented  · 

    It is not only spot colors from InDesign that become magenta, Global colors from Illustrator have the same problem.

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    Ton commented  · 

    It currently also happens with Global RGB colors added to the CC library. When added to another document from the CC library, they lose their name and become a magenta spot color.

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    Ton commented  · 

    Spot in Illustrator

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    This is still not solved:
    Create a Pantone Spot color swatch in InDesign (I used 321 C for sentimental reasons) and add it to a CC Library.
    Switch to Illustrator, double click the swatch in the CC Library to add it to the Swatches panel.
    It becomes a Global Process Color CMYK Swatch as 100% Magenta instead of a green Spot color.
    Library:
    https://shared-assets.adobe.com/link/2dbbba8a-e688-486f-41ee-cba1d77530df

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  17. 2 votes

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    Ton commented  · 

    This goes back to the primeval times before color management existed. You would have specific numbers that would only work on a specific device. Your RGB numbers would give different results on various devices (displays, film) and CMYK values will give different results with various printing processes. As long as you don't tell which ICC profile should be associated with the numbers, the results will be unpredictable.

  18. 3 votes

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    You will get a warning when you change color mode during creation of the document, but you need to click the warning triangle to see what the problem is.

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    If you create a new document based on a web or art & illustration preset (which are RGB documents) and select CMYK as color mode in the Advanced section, your swatches will have RGB names but will be converted to CMYK.
    And for new document, based on a Print preset, if you change the color mode to RGB during creation, you will have RGB color swatches with CMYK names.

    After doing this, when you create new documents without changing settings, your new documents will inherit those settings.

  19. 3 votes

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    Ton commented  · 

    Same problem with pixels as unit.
    Create an RGB document based on an RGB preset and set in Preferences the keyboard increment to 1 px
    Close the document and create a document based on a Print preset (uses mm in Europe), increment becomes 0,3528 mm
    All New RGB documents with px as unit will have 1,0001 px as increment.
    There is no warning.
    It may not look like a lot, but it becomes visible when many objects are repeated using the arrow keys and Cmd (Ctrl) D
    Keep the increments consistent in RGB and CMYK documents and don’t change them when another color mode is chosen.

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