If you own Versawork, then you can take the Roland Color Library and put it into Illustrator,
like any other library. There are videos in the Web, it works as usual.
If you don't own Versawork, then beware of downloading from obscure sources.
In Illustrator you can read (hopefully) the Lab values, as it happens for Pantone since some
years as a standard.
A couple of swatches can be exported for Adobe Exchange (*.ase). This file can be opened
in Photoshop and converted swatch by swatch into any other color space, for instance into
the CMYK space as defined by Color Settings.
I don't have access to Versawork, and I think that this color library is just another promise
for wonders, whereas anybody can easily define swatches by Lab, as long as we are not
talking about metallic or fluorescent or varnish spot inks.
Best regards --Gernot Hoffmann
is there a way to convert the color swatches into photoshop