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CMYK color input plug-in?


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Paint.NET doesnt support CMYK, sorry. And second, no plugin can alter your primary or secondary color, plugins can only alter what is in your canvas or selection. Although, someone might be able to code a fill plugin that would fill a layer with a CMYK to RGB color, but I cannot tell for certain.

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Paint.NET doesnt support CMYK, sorry. And second, no plugin can alter your primary or secondary color, plugins can only alter what is in your canvas or selection. Although, someone might be able to code a fill plugin that would fill a layer with a CMYK to RGB color, but I cannot tell for certain.

Thanks, man. I guess i'm gonna have to find another way then.

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I may have a solution for you though! You can shade grayscale images in CMYK (well, you can shade any type of image with this method) with CMYK color, and that would have to be Curves+. Just download and it will show underneath your Adjustments menu. Select it and change the color mode to CMYK. It isnt near anything you want, but it might help you with your CMYK color problems :wink:

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CMYK color management would have to be done at the basest possible programming level. I don't even think this would be possible with the rendering architecture coming with v4.0 (not that I'm a programmer!), and certainly not with the Effects API.

Rick has explained before that CMYK management is far too professional a feature for a free program. If you want professional features, you're going to want to buy Adobe Photoshop.

 

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