When I use GPU preview - colors change to brighter and juicier, and when I use CPU preview - colors change to not bright and faded.
In both cases, colors are false and not reliable to reality. (If compare with macOS preview for example)
Also, colors in Palettes always shown like in CPU preview, so if you work in GPU preview, you can't see any relations colors in your artboard with colors on palettes.
macOS Big Sur 11.2.3
AMD Radeon Pro 5700 XT 16 GB
Still no answer? I have the same problem here...
~/Library/Caches/ and ~/Library/Preferences don't contain any Adobe folders on my mac, so this is doesn't work for me.
It's resolved! Thank you!
Unfortunately, this is a temporary solution. After several reboots, the problem returns. Cleaning the cache manually by hand is what an illustrator has come to after 34 years of work 😞
Yes! Exactly! Tanks!
I am having the same issue.
Same issue since the update. I'm about to send a million things to print but very unsure if it'll print correctly. Adobe, can you help please? Urgently!
Check your document profiles at the bottom of your document window, if it shows Untagged RGB or Untagged CMYK, you have turned off color management:
I restarted Illustrator and the colours were fine again - very odd indeed (and slight panic!). Thanks for the reply.
If your have set the color settings are back to what they were, you can use Edit > Assign Profile to assign a Working CMYK to those documents that show an Untagged CMYK.
The colour issue is actually with Photoshop and Indesign, as well as Illustrator. I have to manually change the colour settings in each one. Sometimes is stays for hours, sometimes it changes every 5 minutes. Ive tried using Bridge to change the colour settings too, to no avail. Extremely frustrating!
It looks like the latest Photoshop update is causing the problem.
Use the CC app to revert Photoshop to the Previous version (22.2.0) and then change your Color Settings to what you want it to be.