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    Background:

    • CC libraries does not have support for Global Process Colors
    • Some users have spoken about InDesign – InDesign does not support Global Process colors
    • Illustrator does support process colors , global process colors and spot colors. The issue is specefic to global process colors – since it is not supported in CC Libraries. We have added the request to support in CC libraries backlog,

    Workaround:

    • Create Process colors in Illustrator and add it to CC libraries – deselect the global checkbox
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    printgraphics commented  · 

    In Illustrator, it seems the workaround solution is to preselect the item (text, shape, etc.) to be assigned the colour from your Library, and THEN right-click the library spot colour and select "Add to colour swatches".
    Pantone spot maintains it's spot assignment, and imports to swatches with saved name, and only one copy.
    If you have nothing selected, and try to add a colour from your Library to swatches, it makes 2 copies of the same colour in CMYK values.
    Hope that helps!

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    printgraphics commented  · 

    In Illustrator, it seems the workaround solution is to preselect the item (text, shape, etc.) to be assigned the colour from your Library, and THEN right-click the library spot colour and select "Add to colour swatches".
    Pantone spot maintains it's spot assignment, and imports to swatches with saved name, and only one copy.
    If you have nothing selected, and try to add a colour from your Library to swatches, it makes 2 copies of the same colour in CMYK values.
    Hope that helps!

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