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    Leon Sokoletski commented  · 

    Gina, the problem of converting colors between CMYK and RGB is really damaging your colors. I wouldn't recommend converting between these such different spaces.

    "Export for Screens" dialog should have the option to choose to convert or not—THE EXPORTED FILES—not the ORIGINAL, and to what space.

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    Leon Sokoletski commented  · 

    While working on a CMYK print-oriented project, there is a need to create screen versions for approval/mockup/testing options. These files have to be converted to RGB, since they are for screens. Currently, there is no option to do this within the Export for Screens dialog box. As well, this is essential that the color conversion will be executed by the Adobe Color Engine (ACE).

    I suggest:

    1. To add Convert to RGB option to Export for Screens dialog box.
    2. That would be nice to be able to choose the RBG profile to which to convert and to include the ICC within the file.

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    Leon Sokoletski commented  · 

    At least, the label "Screen" should be changed to "Low".
    Nowadays it reads:
    High 300 PPI
    Medium 150 PPI
    Screen 72 PPI

    My students are laughing since the least advanced phone in the class has a much higher screen resolution.

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