> And finally, I agree with Sven that I don't know why anyone would > want to have multipage PDF output for GIMP.
This is very simple : Illustrator CS4 has just implemented a real multipage PDF support. My opinion, if worth, is that gimp don't have to copy adobe software, even if there are many good idea in those too. Gimp actual CMYK conversion process is good for most of the jobs and actually much more since i know only very few print shop working with a really accurate Color management. But it's true and in some cases having too rich black (such as 300 % or 360 % like i already get on day). Finally, there is a plugin that can export each plate separately, but needs improvement too, for sure. This is also the case with Inkscape. My workflow is usually to make the PDF in Scribus after having imported the RGB picture. The output seems to be better. (at least Adobe user could read InDesign documentation and see this also the workflow recommended now even in Adobe process. And i think once they'll have publish a complete PDF Ripping process it will be more and more the case). If that helps. pygmee _______________________________________________ Gimp-developer mailing list Gimp-developer@lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU https://lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU/mailman/listinfo/gimp-developer