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Ok. Wait. Something is not right. Have you talked to them and see if they print spot inks? Here is a screenshot of their personalized decks: The ones from the right are most likely digital prints, which definitely will not use spot inks. (They will probably use RGB files). A company that big will probably not use spot inks because this slows down the ...


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In single color printing blurry effects such as glow or drop shadow the color of the effect should be set only white (=paper) or the used print color. The effect settings contain also blending mode. It should be = normal; other blending modes can behave differently than with CMYK or RGB colors. If you expect the effect blur around object A be visible on ...


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If you want to go down your workaround route using the black plate, I think you'll need to speak to your printer to check it's OK with them. There's no reason why it shouldn't work technically. A plate is just a plate - it has no colour until it's inked on the press. Edit: See note in comments BTW "Computer to Plate" isn't a fully digital printing ...


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