there's one thing i don't understand, may be a misconception:
why is it necessary to have separate modes for editing the RGB data
and the plates?
For example, if i have an RGB image in the composition and want to apply
'value curves', that has to be done in the RGB area, for after
separation the plates are treated individually.
Now only after manually pulling over the 'press projection' again i
can discover that this operation
drove my plates out of gamut.
Is it correct that there's no 'live preview' of the effects that RGB
manipulations have on the plates?
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