[OS X TeX] White vs. Transparent?
will.adams at frycomm.com
Tue Mar 28 07:14:59 EST 2006
On Mar 27, 2006, at 5:15 PM, V. Yu. Shavrukov wrote:
> I meant sRGB vs AdobeRGB vs ProPhotoRGB etc. rather than cmyk vs
> rgb vs hsv...
Oh. Well presumably you'll only be needing one such tag for the
vector and text elements which TeX will create --- just post-process
the file to assign such a colourspace tag --- this could be set up
using OS X's pdf Services. I'd be curious to learn of a situtation
where you needed more than one and this wouldn't be an option though.
Naturally any placed .pdf element should have the correct tags
assigned already (pdftex will not disturb these when placing them).
> William Adams:
>> Or one can adapt my technique from TUG2003 to access spot colour .eps
>> files in a virtual font.
> thanks, can you perhaps provide a pointer? is there a way to stay
> attached to a given icc profile rather than just individual spot
Yes. You could use any colourspace desired, but I don't think this'd
be a needful thing to do, since there's a far more straightforward
way to address it --- see above.
senior graphic designer
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