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Topic: Overprint special cases
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 115912
From: boghinacrisitan
Date: 7/22/2004 04:40 PM


Hello, again!

I read about overprinting, and in section 7.6.3 at page 529, is table (7.14), about 'Overprinting behavior in the opaque imagingmodel'. I dont understand at row 3, Separation and DeviceN, what 'Spot colorant named in source space' means?
After I read the Separation colorspace section, I understood that the process colorant are Red, Green, Blue for RGB, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow for CMYK, and the rest of colorant are spot colors.
In this case, if I understeand right, what 'Spot colorant named in source space' and 'Spot colorant not named in source space' means?

Thank you and sorry for my english! :)

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