2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 25, 2015 6:22 AM by rob day

    Select Color Destination

    selvam214 Level 1

      Hi,

      If it possible to choose the color destination profile with script?

       

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        • 1. Re: Select Color Destination
          selvam214 Level 1

          Hi All,

          Which is the best way to add the color profile,

           

          1. Change the profile in color setting and use the document working space?

           

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          Screen shot 2015-02-23 at 4.58.49 PM.png

           

          or

           

          2. Directly choose the profile to export print setting, but I need this option. Because every time I have clear the INDD preference based on our projects.

           

          Screen shot 2015-02-21 at 1.03.03 PM.png

           

          Please suggest.

           

          I need to inset the code in-between below this

           

           

          bleedChain = false;

          bleedTop = "0.5 in";

          bleedBottom = "0.5 in";

          bleedInside = 0;

          bleedOutside = "0.5 in";

          printerMarkWeight = PDFMarkWeight.p25pt;

           

          pdfColorSpace = PDFColorSpace.unchangedColorSpace;

           

           

          pdfXProfile = PDFProfileSelector.WORKING;

          • 2. Re: Select Color Destination
            rob day Adobe Community Professional & MVP

            You could set the destination CMYK profile to any profile with a string like this.

             

            app.pdfExportPreferences.pdfDestinationProfile="Uncoated FOGRA29 (ISO 12647-2:2004)"

             

            If you want to set the destination to the application's current profile (which would change all of the document's CMYK values if the working space is different than Document CMYK) then:

             

            app.pdfExportPreferences.pdfDestinationProfile=app.colorSettings.workingSpaceCMYK