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There is something like
<</Lang(de-DE)/Metadata 2 0 R/OutputIntents[<</DestOutputProfile 5 0 R/Info(ISO Coated v2 300% \(ECI\))/OutputConditionIdentifier(ISO Coated v2 300% \(ECI\))/RegistryName(http://www.color.org)/S/GTS_PDFX/Type/OutputIntent>>]/Pages 3 0 R/Type/Catalog/ViewerPreferences<</Direction/L2R>>>>
at the beginning of the source code of a tagged pdf. But it's before the xml/xmp stuff...MSCH shared this idea ·
Also your Yellow is defined incorrectly in Photoshop. The name says "Medium Yellow C" but if you click on the Color it says "PANTONE+ Solid Uncoated"
Could you provide us with the (wrong) placed file? I can't recreate the error even if I have seen similiar...
I'm glad someone else noticed that kind of bug!
We know it since InDesign CS 5.5, we are working with CC 2015 (on a Mac) due to neccessary plugin compatibility.
For photos we usually use .eps, for digital publications we use .jpg. At some cases (alpha channel needed) we also use .psd. Opening and re-saving images in photoshop doesn't solve the problem to us, because we only use images which are checked (and sometimes converted to the right color space / ICC-profile).
While using eps, InDesign sometimes shows no ICC-profile at all in the links-panel. It's a total mess!
I now recreated your case and I even see a difference between the two pictures in InDesign (and even in an exported PDF!!) if you change the working space, but not in Photoshop. How is this possible? Why doesn't InDesign recognize the profile in the first case?