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    transparent psd in InDesign

    I've been using psds for images with transparent backgrounds since forever. I work in newsprint and the use of psds has never been a issue. However, we have been starting to do some different jobs where we have been using colour laser outputs. I started to notice that when I use psds over another color that isn't white, I've been getting dark frames around my psd files in my prints even though these frames do not show up on the screen. How do I get rid of these dark frames?

  2. #2
    I figured out the answer to my own question. Under Clipping Path in InDesign and select Alpha Channels and reduce Tolerance. b!tches!!!

  3. #3
    thanks for posting what you needed to do to make it corrected
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