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On Nov 24, 2003, at 2:28 PM, Glenn Kowalski wrote:
Previously on this list, I asked about InDesign's ability to color manage imported vector eps files. There was one person who responded and said that if the imports are native Illustrator files, they will be color managed. Can anyone verify/clarify this and, does it this include on-screen display and printing?
Vector and bitmap EPS and AI and PDF are color managed. The problem is with respect to what rendering intent gets used. The rendering intent is hard coded, and cannot bit changed. For bitmap it's Perceptual, and for vector it's RelCol. So if you were to want a match between bitmap content and nearby vector content, you're SOL (at least in an easy way).
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