[scribus] No real CMYK black possible??
Andrew A. Gill
superluser at frontiernet.net
Mon Jun 23 13:02:10 CEST 2008
On Mon, 23 Jun 2008, Tino Schwarze wrote:
>> 3.) I tried printing separations, and I got interesting results.
> It looks like ghostscripts eats some colors.
That would not be my conclusion. My primary conclusion would be
I cannot account for why the stroke on a box would be one color
while the fill is another. The only explanation I can give to
that is that you changed the stroke color, but not the fill.
This is unlikely to be a PostScript error, and neither is it
likely to be an error in Ghostscript. Indeed, when I look at the
SLA file, I see:
The square labelled ``Black CMYK'' is Black fill, Black stroke
The square labelled ``Black RGB'' is Black fill, Black RGB stroke
The square labelled ``Rich Black CMYK'' is Black fill, Rich Black
The square labelled ``Total Black CMYK'' is Black fill, Total
In addition, Rich Black is identified as registration for some
reason. When I turn it off, the stroke appears on all
That seems like the opposite behavior of what I would expect.
But unless Scribus uses Ghostscript to output to PS, it's either
user error or a problem with Scribus.
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The registration thing is really throwing me.
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