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  • #91
    Thank you for the good feedback. CMYK support would be a bit tricky to implement (would likely need a dedicated action set), and there would be no real benefit (in testing the end results did not improve). If you have scanned a print image it would be scanned as RGB anyway (and you will - or rather should - be doing all the other image editing in this color mode). Converting that RGB data to CMYK can only degrade the image.

    The original CMYK separations from when a color image was printed will not cleanly separate back into CMYK channels anyway (it's just not possible), so the theoretical benefit actually disappears as you end up with mixed patterns in the channels anyway.