I am having a major issue in Adobe Acrobat DC, where the colors of my PDF fade when I zoom in or out. Or sometimes, they will fade once I stop scrolling and look normal once I start scrolling. I assume this has something to do with optimization, but the issue is that at some point, the colors will not revert back. It almost appears as though Acrobat is converting the documents from RGB to CMYK and then not reverting them back. This makes the program unusable, as I am using it to prepare forms for a production company, so they must be perfect.
I have attached close-up screenshots that show the difference between the accurate versus faded colors (notice the difference in vibrance of the magentas). The only things I did in the document were scroll around and add fillable forms, and in the process, the colors changed. I did not adjust any settings. Sometimes, this happens immediately after opening the document as well. I appreciate any help!
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I'm experiencing this too. PDF colors fade in Acrobat, but appear correctly at all zoom levels in Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.
I'm now having the same EXACT issue with a PDF created in Figma. After I create the PDF everything looks fine. Colors are very bright and match the clients RGB colors. However when I Scroll/Zoom the PDF, the colors changes to a washed out look and seemingly are CMYK. It's super critical when presenting to a client the colors are CORRECT. Can anyone recommend a solve for this problem?
I agree looks horrible. Looks like this has been going on for a while without resolution. I am seeing reports back to 2017.