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Also being a designer who prints fabric , I suggest you ask your printer ( if this is the case ) to print a full set of pantone colours with the cmyk references. Then on a mac( in my instance) I know the given reference AND the colour output on the printer should match( irrespective of the colour the mac monitor is showing.) So again using the cmyk reference ...


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I have the same problem and understand it well. One way to get closer to the colour required on Windows is to get a JPG of the Mac image and display it on a Windows computer. Then tweek the Mac image to try and get the colour you require on windows. The colours on your Mac will be in most instances (lilacs etc.) garish to say the least but with a little ...


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