On 13 Feb 2008, at 13:15, Milan Davidovic wrote:

> On 2/4/08, Mike Wickham <mewickham at compuserve.com> wrote:
>> If you're on the Windows platform, and creating documents for  
>> press, EPS is
>> really the only way to go for color graphics. With every other  
>> graphics
>> format, Frame passes the graphics through the Windows GDI when  
>> creating
>> Postscript. CMYK graphics are converted to RGB in the process and  
>> colors may
>> change. EPS is passed around the Windows GDI and maintains  
>> original colors.
> Slightly OT, but for comparison purposes -- does InDesign do this  
> as well

No. Adobe's "modern" apps (the CS stuff) use Adobe's own engines for  
graphics, type, and color. PDFs are produced directly, bypassing OS  

That and the fact that Adobe Bridge (another CS app) does a lot of  
the work of Windows Explorer and Mac Finder, makes you wonder why  
they don't just build their own OS using Flex. Adobe OS! Now there's  
a thought ;-)


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