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Object effects applying across all other objects?

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Mar 27, 2020

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Hi, when I apply an effect (even just opacity) to an object, it applies to all other objects on the page. Right clicking on the other objects doesn't show anything applied. Any ideas?

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Object effects applying across all other objects?

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Hi, when I apply an effect (even just opacity) to an object, it applies to all other objects on the page. Right clicking on the other objects doesn't show anything applied. Any ideas?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Are you able to share a document with this problem?

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Sounds like you have an Object Style set up, check it out in the Object Styles dialogue panel.

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Thanks, both. I'm actually using an .ai logo (that I didn't create) and I just tried to convert it in Illustrator to an .eps and the colours changed. So I think I might be looking at this from the wrong angle! Thanks again.

 

.....indeed the logo turned out to be RGB so I'm guessing when I applied any effect to a CMYK object etc it changed the document/logo colour profile. Not an issue that I've come across before.

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EPS is an obsolete format, best to Place your AI file in to your InDesign document, keep to RGB color mode.

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In this case the whole document could probably be RGB. Thanks for the help. 

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