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Color problems with ImageReady

Posted on 2003-10-23
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I am trying to make an EPS image with Quark, then open it up in ImageReady 3 to view on the internet. When looking at the images side by side, the colors in Quark are darker compared to the colors in ImageReady.

I tried the different views in ImageReady with no luck. There was some change, but not enough.
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Your color management settings are wrong. Turn color management off in Image Ready or make sure your OS color management settings are exactly the same as Image Ready's.
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Is it possible you are viewing the image in ImageReady with RGB colors, while you are viewing it Quark using CMYK?  If so, there's your answer.
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The case that I was refering to, I was viewing the layout in Pantone colors in Quark. Once I opened it up in ImageReady, the blues were much lighter.
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