[OS X TeX] White vs. Transparent?
V. Yu. Shavrukov
vshavruk at science.uva.nl
Tue Mar 28 22:45:57 EST 2006
On Mar 28, 2006, at 14:14, William Adams 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.
Thanks. Are you saying one can assign a profile to the whole pdf
that will apply to all elements that don't already have a profile
(spot colour tag etc.) of their own?
>> I'd be curious to learn of a situtation
>> where you needed more than one and this wouldn't be an option though.
Using something like pgf one can continuously vary the colour of an
element (which could be a glyph, a paragraph etc.). This would
require more than one spot colour but as far as I can see a single
profile would be sufficient.
>> William Adams:
>>> Or one can adapt my technique from TUG2003 to access spot
>>> colour .eps
>>> files in a virtual font.
Do I look for that technique in TUGBoat 2003?
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