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Apr
7
comment jpeg colours not displaying correctly in Chrome, FF and Safari
Also I found this question that sounds similar and seems to be a good point of reference. graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/30500/…
Apr
7
comment jpeg colours not displaying correctly in Chrome, FF and Safari
Found this tool which brings back a lot of information on the file: metapicz.com/…
Apr
7
comment jpeg colours not displaying correctly in Chrome, FF and Safari
Ok, just got them back from Graphics and although there are slight differences in colours neither are like the extremely saturated and hue shifted examples above?
Apr
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Apr
7
comment jpeg colours not displaying correctly in Chrome, FF and Safari
I've just looked at how our graphics teams photoshop export to web is setup. When they opened the photograph the image opens in the CMYK mode but the export for the web has the checkbox ticked for convert to sRGB. I've asked him to change the mode to RGB and save for web again to see if this resolves the issue. Will post back with findings
Apr
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asked jpeg colours not displaying correctly in Chrome, FF and Safari
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Feb
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asked In Indesign when printing doc with transparent logo. The tranparent area is effecting the background colour
Nov
17
answered Exporting from InDesign to PDF - getting weird issues
Nov
17
comment Exporting from InDesign to PDF - getting weird issues
Ok so we have been trying a number of web based fixes but also printing other brochures of ours. We noticed one other brochure looked great. So we looked at what was different about this document and the colour of the text on this document was a grey colour 0,0,0,86. When we updated the text to this the problem goes away on screen and when printing the document out. I have no idea how a simple colour change can fix an issue like this but I don't have the time to look into it. I'm gonna close off this question as we have a work around that is acceptable to us.
Nov
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asked Exporting from InDesign to PDF - getting weird issues
Jan
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comment Kerning Feedback
Is there a quick way to know what the width is in Adobe Illustrator?
Jan
24
comment Kerning Feedback
Yes it is intended as one word.
Jan
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22
comment Kerning Feedback
Thanks WildOutWest, I hadn't contemplated the kerning pairs but quite like it. Also not sure what you mean by 'minor car traffic accident' do you mean the l's being shortened?
Jan
22
comment Kerning Feedback
Thanks Scott, I had tried the upside down method, but wasn't too sure what I was looking for. You're example give is much more enlightening.
Jan
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