8 Replies Latest reply on Mar 15, 2017 6:25 AM by rob day

    Is there a place to set my L*a*b* values to D65  instead of D50 in indesign?

    cbishop01 Level 2

      Just like the Title asks.  Is there a way to set this in indesign?  The Lab values are quite different from each other. So if i try to match the Lab's on screen it dont work.  Right now its displaying as D50  I need it to be D65.  Thats what our Ink company sends the inks as and thats what i would like to display in indesign if possible.  This is more for when i double click on the color to get the Lab values Not really worried about it displaying in D65.


      Thank you

      Chris bishop