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Hi Pariah, thanks for posting the video.
It might be worth noting that there is no color management in InDesign for spot color tints or mixed inks, so the screen soft proof could be considerably less reliable than a process color soft proof where there are RGB and CMYK color profiles handling the preview. A mixed ink using 2 spot colors (not black) could be really tricky because the overprint of the two colors could change on press depending on the conditions.
So it's a cool technique as long as you are not depending on precise color
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Thanks for sharing this.
My pleasure! I hope you find it useful.