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RGB ​​to Pantone.

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Jesus Cota posted on Wed, Nov 7 2012 21:02

Hi.

Any suggestions for converting RGB values ​​to Pantone quickly.

Thanks in advance. :)

The more I know, the more I believe in God.

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I don't know of a quick way but after opening the fill dialog you need
to switch to the Pantone palette to see the suggested conversion.

Steve
www.brutefish.com

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Brute-Fish:
I don't know of a quick way but after opening the fill dialog you need
to switch to the Pantone palette to see the suggested conversion.

Steve
www.brutefish.com

Hi Brute-Fish.

That is what I was looking for!

And it's fast!

Thanks a lot! Yes

Maybe Chris was right and I did not understand.


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CorelDRAWMaster

What I mean is other issue: the color correspondence (Pantone / RGB / CMYK) change according with you Color Profile. There's not only one equivalence, if you modify your color profile (under Tools / Color Management / Default setting or document settings) the values will be different. 


Ariel Garaza Díaz

 


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CorelDRAWMaster

...and also if you use the new Pantone colors (Pantone +) instead the old libraries. Just take care, according with your color profile or the color palette selected, the results can be different. 


Ariel Garaza Díaz

 


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Jesus Cota:

Hi Chris.

Thanks for your reply.

Maybe I did not explain it right, but I mean this:

Hi Jesus,

What I thought I was showing you was what Steve explained.

Cheers,
Chris 

 

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Ariel:
What I mean is other issue: the color correspondence (Pantone / RGB / CMYK) change according with you Color Profile. There's not only one equivalence, if you modify your color profile (under Tools / Color Management / Default setting or document settings) the values will be different. 

That's interesting Ariel. But I see that still shows the same Pantone color in your examples (no changes in that).

Thanks for the info. Yes

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Chris Wills:

Hi Jesus,

What I thought I was showing you was what Steve explained.

Cheers,
Chris 

Hi Chris.

That's what I thought when I saw Steve's response. Smile

Thanks again!

 

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