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  1. darioluca

    How are ICCs going on design?

    yes, my bad.
  2. darioluca

    How are ICCs going on design?

    Sorry, did you mean "ICC tagged objects" in the pdf VS the general ICC used at the document level? (my English is bad!)
  3. darioluca

    How are ICCs going on design?

    . me too both.
  4. darioluca

    How are ICCs going on design?

    (I hope the choice to put this poll here to be wise enough) This question raised from the fact that designers continue to send us jobs without knowing what an ICC profil is. So what is your experience on it? Mine is wide... They give us file using all the options I set in the poll. For...
  5. darioluca

    Editing a Normalized PDF in Illustrator

    Esko is moving from "normalized pdf" to "pdf+" - even this is their own. Them pdfs are both filled up with metadata for Esko software - then nothing new. From Esko documentations: What is the difference between regular PDF, PDF+, and Normalized PDF Both PDF+ and Normalized PDF are to a large...
  6. darioluca

    ILLUSTRATOR lost font

    ArtPro+ is quite nice
  7. darioluca

    ILLUSTRATOR lost font

    I won't!! 😉
  8. darioluca

    ILLUSTRATOR lost font

    you know, apart from the initial topic... I may agree with you, and you may convince everyone you say this to, but the fact remains that 99% of designers will never know about these ideas of yours, and will continue to use this feature just because it exists. It's really sad by a repro point of...
  9. darioluca

    ILLUSTRATOR lost font

    It was precisely an Illustrator file with PDF compatibility - the font loss was visible opening the file in Acrobat. I could argue with the fact of saving an AI file using PDF compatibility was not an issue for those who programmed this feature into Illustrator... But still, I don't wanna go...
  10. darioluca

    Hybrid Packz & RIP vs Esko

    Please, does anybody know how much Packz is ??
  11. darioluca

    Editing a Normalized PDF in Illustrator

    It'd be quite dangerous. We runned into trouble doing this because the normalized pdf carries Esko metadatas that can lead to misunderstandings. My only advice is not to directly edit the normalized pdf but to copy-paste the graphics in a brand new AI file.
  12. darioluca

    ILLUSTRATOR lost font

    Have you ever opened a file in ILLUSTRATOR and then, after saving it as AI+PDF, realized that some font had not been embedded correctly? And then, simply by opening and resaving, the problem disappeared?
  13. darioluca

    ISO 20654

    I'm not so tech-savvy for this ... I don't get it 🙁
  14. darioluca

    ISO 20654

    Ulrich, I totally agree with you! A workflow like this is impossible to me! That's why I was asking fellows about their thoughts and procedures.
  15. darioluca

    ISO 20654

    This is a nice testimony! 🙂 I also think it's too tricky to have a TVI curve for every ink - even if this is how I imagine how it should be.
  16. darioluca

    ISO 20654

    I'm talking about Measurement and calculation of spot colour tone value
  17. darioluca

    ISO 20654

    Generally speaking about printing spot inks screens... How do you deal with it? Do you use ISO 20654 somehow? Do you press-proof every spot ink before running tha actual job? A single TVI curve for everything? What else? ... Whatever to talk about is well accepted! :)
  18. darioluca

    Fluorescent ink

    What about Fluorometers? Are those a thing in printing industry?
  19. darioluca

    G7 How to Guide

    This closes the discussion: http://files.idealliance.org/g7/howto/G7%20How%20To%202009.pdf ...and also this: http://files.idealliance.org/G7/PressOpGuide/Sheetfed_Offset/G7_Press_Guide.pdf
  20. darioluca

    "white base: absolute" ?

    Thanks for your reply, but ... is there something else besides the "white calibration plate"? :oops: I mean... all the spectros I've seen calibrate over their white calibration plate.

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