I have just started (over the last week) getting a colour profile warning on every existing document I open. I have always used Bridge to sync my adobe apps (Illustrator, PS, Indesign) for euro swop press. Over the last few days I get a warning when opening an existing document saying the embedded profile is not supported and will be discarded. I Opened Bridge and it said my apps were NOT colour synced??!! I re-synced them but I'm still getting the message. Anyone else having this problem?
Yes, I have the same issue, is tedious
I synced the apps yesterday. Since posting this I have checked Bridge and it said the apps were NOT synced again. Will this become a daily chore?
A mí me está pasando exactamente lo mismo. Con el incoveniente de que somos una empresa de artes graficas y el problema es bastante molesto.
Tengo que volver a sincornizar Bridge cada trabajo.
Espero que lo soluciones pronto.
Adobe, this needs to be addressed
Estoy completamente de acuerdo contigo.
No es un simple error para los que trabajamos con el color.
Dependemos completamente de los perfiles de color.
Same problem here.
Does anyone know if this bug has been reported to Adobe and if not does anyone know how to report it?
Are your settings changing to 'Emulate Illustrator 6.0'?
Are you using a Mac or Windows?
Mac, colour profiles are being deleted not converted. The error message says that the file contains an unsupported illustrator 6.0 profile. I have to open Bridge, go to colour settings, select a profile and click apply. I have had to do that twice today and I have not restarted my machine.
It may be similar or the same as this issue, introduced in AI23 and resolved in a later update:
I don't know if anyone has reported (on Uservoice) this issue for AI25.2.1 yet, but that would be the place to do it.
Yo he hablado con un técnico de Illustrator de Adobe y me ha dicho que es un problema de Bridge.
He quedado a la espera de hablar con el de Bridge.
En saber algo os lo comento
The last 8 comments there are from march 2020.
Adobe seems to be aware of the problem.
I saw one reply from an Adobe engineer Ashutosh_Mishra that may help:
De momento esta solución me está funcionando muy bien.