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comment In Illustrator CS5, why are my colors dull when I export to png?
That all makes sense. I don't seem to be able to determine what I selected when I created the document, unfortunately -- I'm not sure where that info is noted. However, I did find out that if I change the profile to something besides Adobe RGB, Save for Web gives me the dull colors also. Given that, am I correct that there is then no way to use Export... to get the bright colors since it doesn't convert to sRGB? Thanks again for your help.
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comment In Illustrator CS5, why are my colors dull when I export to png?
Also, I wasn't familiar with Convert to Profile and I found this rather snarky thread about it: forums.adobe.com/message/3583833 To summarize, it sounds like Convert to Profile isn't in Illustrator at all. Given that, do you sanction their workaround? Or does Illustrator have a better way? Regardless of whether you get a chance to take a look, thanks very much!
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comment In Illustrator CS5, why are my colors dull when I export to png?
Alan, thanks for your help. This certainly sounds reasonable -- I'll do some testing and see if I can reproduce it this way.
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comment In Illustrator CS5, why are my colors dull when I export to png?
Thanks for your help! Unfortunately, I followed your instructions, but the colors are still dull when I export or save slices. (Also, just to clarify - I have no problems when I save for web and devices.)
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