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From the Pantone Website 2X = double impression, usually referred to as a 'dry trap', where a color is printed, dried back, and then overprinted a second time to produce a more intense color. So adding more saturation when printing. However the website does mention that they have discontinued adding this to their system. 2X colors were deleted ...


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There is a Pantone App called Color Xref for $1.99 that will help convert any Pantone color from one guide to the closest recommended color from another Pantone Color guide. For instance, Pantone 19-0201 TPX would be Pantone 425 C (in the solid coated formula guide) It's been a huge help for me in a lot of types of design. I've even used it to go from a ...


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You will definitely be safer doing a conversion by looking at two charts. You seem to be using Pantones that relate to another industry than graphic design but you will need to check in the proper "end" chart which color looks closest. That is, if you are looking for a conversion to print on coated paper vs. uncoated, etc. I also don't know which use you ...


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My recomendation is that you simply use the Pantone.com website. https://www.pantone.com/color-finder Just typing that into google the result is this: https://www.pantone.com/color-finder/19-0201-TPX and https://www.pantone.com/color-finder?q=15-0146 But it seems that it has no equivalent for example on the bridge color guide, It has no CMYK ...


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What Luciano said. Illustrator has a lot of weird issues. Go by the color tab when seeing the color. Illustrator's swatch palette isn't always good at showing what color you've clicked on, especially if it's a tint that hasn't been added. The swatch palette is a good shortcut for coloring an item. Also I would put your swatches in small list view and ...


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First the obvious: Please make sure - when importing in Illustrator - that the document color mode is set to File > Document Color Mode > CMYK Color. Also make sure the spotcolor options in the swatch-panel is set to Use CMYK values from the manufacturer's process books More Info about using-Pantone-colors-stuff from the Adobe Help Page


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Select All — CMD+A (Mac) or Ctrl+A (Windows) Open the Recolor Artwork dialog (Edit > Edit Colors > Recolor Artwork or click the Recolor Artwork icon) Use the Assign tab to replace colors. The original colors are on the left, double click the color on the right to select a new color (a new Pantone swatch in your case) ...



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