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It appears any CMYK .Tiffs I've created in Photoshop 7.0, that I open in Painter X, seems to have this bizarro automatic-high-contrast/saturation thing going on. The reverse doesn't seem to be true, any CMYK .tiffs I create in Painter will open in Photoshop just dandy. It's not just how the picture appears in my workspace, it will actually save that way.
For the sake of comparison:
How do I keep this from happening?
And, just curious, for the folks that often switch between the two programs, and want to preserve layers, what file extension do you use?