Are the colour swatches in Illustrator specified as spot colours or process? How are you determining the colour change?
Thank you for your answers:
They are specified as process. At first i saw it just by lookng. Than i took the eyedroper tool to check that. i have read that that is not the best way. but i did not found a better one.
@ Willy Adelberger:
i dont have the CMYK Setting: "ISO Coated V2 300% (ECI)". It i did the other settings, but that didn't fix it so far.
Than i took the eyedroper tool to check that. i have read that that is not the best way. but i did not found a better one.
To check from inside of ID use Separation Preview:
Willie was suggesting that you look at the Color Mangement Policy not the profile. The Preserve Numbers (Ignore linked profiles) policy ignores any embedded profiles and uses a CMYK link's values—there will be no color conversion.
It's important to note that the CMYK policy is set when you create the document, so changing the policy in Color Setting's won't change the policy for existing documents.
Alternately you can resave the AI doc and don't include a profile.
@ Rob Day,
Thank you. the seperation view showed that used the right colors. Thank you as well for the other tips. i will remember that in the Future.
@ Willi Adelberger
Thank you for the advice too, I think i should visit some training in colormanagement. as you are living in Bavaria as well, do you have any advices where to go?