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This could be more machine related then distiller related. I have had
problems in the past with running Acrobat on Sun when too many graphic
intensive programs are running. Acrobat has a color map which they call
a cube. You could try setting the cube to something like 3 (default is
6) using a .Xdefaults file as shown below:
Hope this helps.
Brian Lindgren wrote:
> Some of you may be familiar with the following error message that occurs in
> Acrobat Reader: "Could not find the ColorSpace named 'CS9'."
> It is my understanding that this error sometimes occurs when a PDF generated
> in Acrobat 4 is viewed with Acrobat Reader 3 or older.
> Here's some additional issues, though. I have generated PDF files from two
> different machines, both of which are running Acrobat 4. The ColorSpace
> error occurs only when viewing the PDFs on SCO Unix boxes, and only when the
> PDFs are generated from one specific machine and not the other. Since both
> machines on which I generate PDFs are running version 4, I'm wondering if
> there is something in the individual Distiller settings that might also play
> into this error.
> Have any of you encountered this ColorSpace error, and, if so, under what
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