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    Painter 8 RGB>CMYK?

    As a long time PS user, I'm used to being able to determine RGB>CMYK mixes for black density etc., and seeing those accurately (reasonably) on screen.

    Painter 8 simply has "Generic CMYK Profiles" for the "Professional" setup... how do I know what I'm getting, and how do I adjust it to my preferences?

    Also, Photoshop has an out of gamut warning box that lets you select a color that will print properly... is there anything like this in Painter? If not, how do you avoid painting something that will not print?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!


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    Hi unseen_life,

    You may wish to read the first two posts here.

    Read the 'Of Dragons and Pattability' section of Klaus Nordby's Painter 8 review here.

    And download a CMYK compatible color set for Painter, by Tim Jessell from here.

    David

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