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I have book files and do not want to synchronize the colors. I disable this in the synchronization options.
The colors will still be transferred/synced to all synchronized documents.
ID CC 2018/2019/202035 votes
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InDesign 13.0.1 on iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2017) OS 10.13.3
Open a CMYK document. Place an sRGB file on page 1. Place the same (or copy) on page 2.
Expected: the colors on both pages look the same.
Actual result: With color-proof switched off, the colors on page 1 show as if color-proof turned on while on page 2 the colors show correctly. See screenshots with the same files on 2 pages. I changed nothing I just moved the picture from one page to the other.
With color-proof turned on all pages look like page 1.22 votes
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With GPU Performance enabled, all colours appear desaturated. In fact, it looks like colour management is simply turned off. Please note, this is not a Transparency Blend Space issue. It affects Spot, RGB and CMYK colours.
With GPU Performance disabled, colours appear vibrant and correct. It would be great to have this issue resolved, as I certainly want to take advantage of the GPU when using InDesign.
InDesign 2023 v18.0
MacOS Ventura 13.0
MacBook Pro M1 Max 32GB RAM7 votes
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Applying a color from CC library to table cell does not work.
- Select a cell in the table
- Click on the color from the CC libarry
Expected - cell (fill/stroke switchable by pressing X) is recolored to the clicked color
Observed - nothing happens.7 votes
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