I work on a Mac and I just updated from Illustrator CS5 to Illustrator CS6 and I'm noticing a weird problem. I have a file that I created in CS5 that when I copy the artwork to a new file in CS6, the colours are totally different.
I have checked my preferences against those of a co-worker that still has CS5, and as far as I can tell, everything is the same!
I've attached a set of screenshots (below), using a file created in CS5 (bottom image), and what it looks like when it is copied into a new file (top image).
Anyone have any idea why this is happening and what I can do to fix it? My client isn't going to be too pleased with my current results!
Thanks in advance!
If it is a PMS issue, this page helps explain what happened (not why, just what):
Yes, I've been reading that. It also gives me instructions on how to replace my current colour books with older ones, but I'm a bit stuck... It is having me go find my document profiles by going to [user]/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Adobe Illustrator CS6/[lang]/New Document Profiles... Problem is that I don't have the "Adobe Illustrator CS6" folder.
This is the same with the other CS6 Mac in my office. Google is providing no results... Any ideas?
I have Mountain Lion. I can find the library, application support, and adobe folders, but the folder titled "Adobe Illustrator CS6" just doesn't exist! In fact, it's not even in there under "Illustrator" either.