Hola, se acaba de actualizar Illustrator y sin previo aviso los colores se ven fluorescentes, no sé cómo corregir esto, pero me es imposible trabajar de esta forma.
La pestaña Ver-Ajuste de Prueba no me sale activa
Necesito una solución urgente
El bug consiste en que los ajustes de color se ponen automáticamente en Emular Adobe Illustrator 6.0, al corregir esto y poner mis ajustes a medida, el color vuelve a estar bien, pero cuando cambio a Photoshop, al volver a Illustrator de nuevo los ajustes cambian automáticamente a Emular Adobe Illustrator 6.0.
Es muy molesto.
Try to use Adobe Bridge to synchronize the color settings.
Los he sincronizado con Adobe Bridge pero sigue el mismo problema, cuando paso de Photoshop a Illustrator, los ajustes de color cambian solos a Adobe Illustrator 6.0
I'm having the exact same problem!!!!!
Maybe someone comes up with a suggestion, but you may also try it here:
or contact Adobe support directly:
Unfortunatley Adobe support is one BIG joke.
They have no idea what the talk about and no matter what your problem is, they ask to do the exact same things. Reset your profile, uninstall Illustrator and intall it again etc. ect. etc......
Sorry to hear about your experience. Please follow the instructions below:
1- Quit Adobe Illustrator and all the other Adobe apps.
2- Go to ~/Library/Caches/Adobe/Color and ~/Library/Preferences/Adobe/Color.
3- Remove the color caches files from the given locations.
4- Open Adobe Illustrator and go to Edit>color Settings and change the color settings to required colors space.
Let us know if it helps with your concern. Looking forward to your response.
Thanks a lot, now it's working correctly.
Sadly didn't fix it for me.
As soon as I switch between Apps (Illustrator and Photoshop with cmd+tap) Illustrator sets all previousily saved color settings back to Emulate Adobe Illsutrator 6.0. It's driving me mad.
I just tried to uninstall Illustrator (25.2.1) and reinstalle 25.2 and the same with PS. Unistalled 22.3 and reinstalled 22.2 and it seem to have solved the issue for now.
Let me know if it works for you!
You saved the day, it works! Thank you very much! Cheers from Berlin
Glad I could help.
Cheers from New York!
Didn't solve the issue for me.
As soon as I switch to PS and then back to AI, it messes up my colors to Emulate Adobe Illsutrator 6.0 instead of the saved "Japan Color 2001 Coated" color profile and it's driving me crazy.
I've been working properly with Illustrator and Photoshop for two hours.
Have you removed the cache in the 2 libraries?
Yes, I did exactly as he described, and nothing.
What versions of AI and PS are you using?
last version, 25.2.1
same for me....what's going on?!?!
I worked fine this morning, and after lunch AI kept changing the color settings 😞
This solution didn't work for me. Even went a few versions back, the problem still exists.
I had this problem just now, tried out all the things out there in the forums, nothing worked. But i found something that worked for me. Instead of just using a "custom" illustrator color space, i saved it as a new .csf file with a different name. And for whatever reason now the profile stopped changing when i'm switching applications.
Hope adobe fix this nonsense.
Thanks for your tip, tried it immediately but sady it doesn't work for me. The bug remains...
Hope Adobe fix this bug asap.
The first solution worked for me and still working. I'm with MacOs Mojave, what's your SO?
Unfortunately this solution not work for me. I cleaned the cache as mentioned and also I have used another software for clean all cache from my iMac but the problem of color profile doesn´t solve. 😞
It hasn't worked for me. I have followed the instructions, and have cleared the cache files, but every time I open a new file in Illustrator, the problem persists. I have entered an infinite loop: I sync color profiles in Bridge, I go into Illustrator and it tells me that the profiles are out of sync and that the color settings are automatically set in Emulate Adobe Illustrator 6.0, and so on... It's really annoying and very, very maddening.
Please, I need a solution. Thank you.