Allow Images/PSD's to be set to overprint using attributes panel
Allow images/psd's to be set to overprint within indesign like text and fill options in the attributes panel, this will allow for complex printing requirements to be done more easily. for example if you need to overprint and image onto a white ink base that has been set to a spot colour so the printer can print white onto clear vinyl then print a CMYK image on top without the white ink base knocking out.
Trevor Jost commented
I can multiply the image over a background colour using the effects, but I can't use the attributes panel as the overprint fill is greyed out.
Can you explain how to use the attributes panel to overprint an image?
nico lino commented
it seems that is still not able.
Despite cause i succed (using filters) to add direct colours on imported graphics and all i miss is the way to overprint this colour without having to do on the default programm where file has been created
Johanna Hammer commented
How's this doable in Indesign? I've tried, but I simply cannot tick 'Overprint'.