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It is impossible to achieve the color value of the two color plates, but can they be named freely?

Enthusiast ,
Mar 28, 2024 Mar 28, 2024

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For example, the AA color board is associated with the BB color board. When the AA color value changes, it affects the color value of the BB, but does not affect the BB color.
BB is named freely, not affected by the name of AA

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Mar 28, 2024 Mar 28, 2024

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I'm sorry but I don't understand...

 

You can't "link" colors - base one on another - they are two separate entities.

 

You can assign any color to any object in your document.

 

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You can't "link" colors - base one on another - they are two separate entities.


By @Robert at ID-Tasker

 

OK, this part isn't entirely true - you can create TINT Swatch - and set % of the original color.

 

What exactly are you trying to achieve @dublove?

 

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I'm equally confused, here; I thought the question might related to printing/separation plates. (In which case the "plate" name is irrelevant to the press (ink) color as long as the color is correctly communicated to the printer.)


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Mar 29, 2024 Mar 29, 2024

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I want B's color to be determined by A, B can set the name and color.
Now, after A changes the color tone, it may only get a 20% a 50% name.
You can't rename it for A 20% to another

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I want B's color to be determined by A, B can set the name and color.
Now, after A changes the color tone, it may only get a 20% a 50% name.
You can't rename it for A 20% to another


By @dublove

 

 

Because B is a Tint - not a color. 

 

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