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    Adobe Color Management switches unexpectedly to Fogra 39

    Thanks Puch and Ulrich! I've placed the file ISO Coated v2 300% (ECI).icc in \Library\Application Support\Adobe\Color\Profiles\Recommended and \Library\ColorSync\Profiles All seems to be working now. Strange that before the .csf (for a while) references seemed to be working, even if the .icc...
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    Adobe Color Management switches unexpectedly to Fogra 39

    I think I've found it! I've deleted this .csf file, downloaded it anew from the GWG (Application Settings) and I think we're back in business! Perhaps updating to the latest versions of CC jumbled up the .csf file?
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    Adobe Color Management switches unexpectedly to Fogra 39

    That's indeed strange, I noticed it too. I think it is in the right place - it's here: \Users\MyName\Library\Application Support\Adobe\Color\Settings\GWG2015_CMYK_CC_sRGB_ISOCoatedv2-300.csf
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    Adobe Color Management switches unexpectedly to Fogra 39

    I tested opening a file I made myself a couple of months ago with the GWG2015 css file / ISO Coated v2 300% (ECI) setting. It always opened without dialog. Now when I try opening it in InDesign ) I get this warning
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    Adobe Color Management switches unexpectedly to Fogra 39

    Thanks for your quick response! Sorry about the Dutch-language screenshots. "Doel" (I think) is in English "Target". ("Instellingen" = "Settings" / "Voorinstelling" = "Preset") Even if I make a completely new blank InDesign document (with the colorsettings In Bridge set to...
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    Adobe Color Management switches unexpectedly to Fogra 39

    I'm experiencing a strange behaviour in my Color Management: I'm using Adobe Bridge 2022 to make sure all my Adobe apps are using the same color management: GWG2015_CMYK_CC_sRGB_ISOCoatedv2-300.csf which uses ISO Coated V2 300% (ECI) for the CMYK. (please see screenshot 1) InDesign (17.0.1)...
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    Spot Color Black has different values

    Thanks, Andrew! Very helpful! :) (Edit: why is it always the PDF's generated with QXP that give me headaches :) )
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    Spot Color Black has different values

    Hi Andrew, Thanks for your quick response. It's a rather hefty pdf (200 pages / 2GB+). I'll send you a few pages of it. Can you please assure me you'll delete the file after taking a look? It is copyrighted materials. (comic book)
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    Spot Color Black has different values

    Hi! I get this error 'Spot color "Black" has different values', but there's no spot colors in my document? Running actions 'change all to CMYK' and 'Change Specific Color' have no results. Please see screenshot.
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    Reasons to not edit images in Acrobat?

    This. Make sure your open files and PDF's share the same content, if possible. Also: never provide printers open files (like InDesign packages). Send PDF/X files, that are checked and verified to GWG standards. I think it's not the printers reponsability to make pdf's from the clients or...
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    Lowres PDF with just text still very large (MB)

    That's it! Thank you VERY much!
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    Lowres PDF with just text still very large (MB)

    Hi, This is really puzzling me: I make a lowers pdf (with the setting 'Smallest File Size') of a page that's just text - and the pdf is still 13 MB? You can find this testpage here Thanks!
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    Enfocus Navigator Window popping up

    Thanks for your quick reply. The Quickrunn just checks whether the PDF is GWG_SheetCMYK_2015 CMYK compliant. If I select 'Certified PDF Preflight' the box 'Show Results' is greyed out. (please see screenshot)
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    Enfocus Navigator Window popping up

    Is there a way to prevent the Enfocus Navigator Window popping up after a Quickrun? In prefs I can only chose to either show the Navigator, or the Preflight Rapport. I want neither, just the green checkmark, that can opt to click, not a window I'm forced to close every time.
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    Automatically ZIP fonts folder when making an InDesign package

    Thanks everyone! @Tim: I'm not so handy with Automator, but I'll sure give it a try, thanks! (funny: I know a guy called Tim Melis :-)) @ wonderings: true. Most of the times, though, the unzipped 'Document Fonts' folder also remains in the same location, so (if the inclosed fonts aren't...
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    Automatically ZIP fonts folder when making an InDesign package

    Thanks for all the input, everyone! I now understand why this breaks those particular type of fonts (or saves them, when zipping). Unfortunately, migrating to other fonts is not always possible (for example, in a series of books that needs to look exactly the same, even when the series spans...
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    Automatically ZIP fonts folder when making an InDesign package

    Thanks for your answer. What I meant is this: (please see attached 2 screenshots of the same Document Fonts folder, original, and once uploaded and download back again from a ftp server). Notice how the icon changes to a 'blank' icon and the files are now 0 KB in size.
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    Automatically ZIP fonts folder when making an InDesign package

    Hi guys. When making an InDesign package, I have the habit of zipping the Document Fonts folder before placing it on on external server (or ftp). Fonts easily go broken when transferring. Is there a way of automatically zipping this fonts folder when making the package?
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    HOW do I get CC2017 Indesign back? 2018 is KILLING ME!

    I think InDesign does this to prevent you opening a indd file, perhaps modifying and saving it (as a InDesign CC2018 file), only to find out you cannot open it anymore on a InDesign CC2017 anymore (perhaps on a different computer). It was just the same with previous updates (CS5/CS6/CC2017 etc)...
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    Is your workflow PDF/X-4 compatible? (Ghent PDF Output Suite)

    We're on the sending side of things, but are now taking steps in making PDF/X-4 our standard. Sure hope the printers we work with are up to this challenge. I think it's time to leave PDF/X-1a:2001 behind us.

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