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    under review  ·  3 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Colors/Swatches  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Paul Rosenberg commented  · 

    @amaarora : Thank you, Aman. The file was a "Save As…" from previous files. This swatch issue has proliferated to thousands of other files in our workflow as we work from pickups of prior jobs.

    I suspect that the original problem was introduced years with a placed die line file from a print vendor. There are some files that include the spot swatch "Artios_Cut" which similarly can not be deleted.

    We are able to change that spot color to process, change its build and its name, but it is persistently resistant to deletion once introduced to a file and every file saved from that file. Once in, it can't be deleted.

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