Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

PANTONE Goe System

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • PANTONE Goe System

    Has anyone seen the announcement from PANTONE? Here's a link: http://pantone.com/pages/pantone/Pan...pg=20494&ca=10
    Ken Jones
    Digital Print Manager @ Corporate Press
    Nexpress - Digimaster

  • #2
    Re: PANTONE Goe System

    One more color system for Quark to take 3 years to support.
    Jamie Stotz
    EPP Systems Administrator
    Cenveo, Baltimore

    jamie.stotz@cenveo.com

    Prinergy 5.0.3.1, Preps 5.3.3, Upfront 4.0.6

    Comment


    • #3
      Re: PANTONE Goe System

      Originally posted by jamie.stotz
      One more color system for Quark to take 3 years to support.
      The big question is if we'll have any customers still using QuarkXPress to care if takes that long... which is a shame, really (I still feel this industry is better served if Quark is around to push Adobe, and vice versa, but I'm getting off-topic here)...
      Sells Printing Company LLC
      New Berlin, WI 53151 USA
      --
      Prinergy 5.0.2.2
      InSite 6.0.2.7411

      Comment


      • #4
        Re: PANTONE Goe System

        Quark has announced they will support the PANTONE Goe system.
        http://www.quark.com/about/presscent...x=1058&alap=no
        Jerry Haukedal
        Prepress Technical Supervisor
        Quebecor World Edmonton

        Comment


        • #5
          Re: PANTONE Goe System

          I have a customer asking about this already........................................... .........
          Prinergy 4.0.2.0.38 -- Mac OS 10.4.10

          Comment


          • #6
            Re: PANTONE Goe System

            Originally posted by brett
            I have a customer asking about this already........................................... .........
            As of two minutes ago... ditto. *sigh*
            Rob Robinson
            EPP Manager - Color World Printers

            Prinergy Connect 4.1.2.2.57 (RBA/APA) - InSite 5.5 - Preps 5.2.3 - Lotem 400

            Comment


            • #7
              Re: PANTONE Goe System

              Until software developers (Adobe, Quark) adopt Goe natively into their programs, designers will be using the myPantone Palette dedicated software. I need to do more research but has Pantone already provided a Goe to CMYK conversion formula?
              Rob Robinson
              EPP Manager - Color World Printers

              Prinergy Connect 4.1.2.2.57 (RBA/APA) - InSite 5.5 - Preps 5.2.3 - Lotem 400

              Comment


              • #8
                Re: PANTONE Goe System

                Just curious...is anyone supporting/attempting to support, the PANTONE Goe system?

                Thanks,
                Eric
                Eric Biggins
                Digital Services
                The Sheridan Press
                Hanover, PA USA
                ebiggins@tsp.sheridan.com

                Comment


                • #9
                  Re: PANTONE Goe System

                  we'll support it... IF anyone ever asks for it.

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    Re: PANTONE Goe System

                    Originally posted by jamie.stotz
                    One more color system for Quark to take 3 years to support.
                    Actually, you can use it today. The Goe spot color libraries are already in Quark 7.31.

                    Roger
                    --
                    Roger Schutte - J.S.McCarthy Printers - 207-622-6241
                    EFI Monarch - Upfront/Preps/Metrix/Pandora - PrinergyVM - ColorFlow - InsiteVM with PressProof and
                    MatchPrint Virtual - Xserve Teritiary with FullPress - and Enfocus Switch in front of everything

                    Comment


                    • #11
                      Re: PANTONE Goe System

                      The question was asked of Dov Isaacs at the Adobe Q&A in Vegas - If and when will Adobe support the Goe color library? He said that Adobe was open to providing support to any color libraries. They always have. Pantone seems to be balking.

                      A couple months earlier, I asked an Adobe Trainer, Terry White in a public forum recently about it and he said basically the same thing.

                      Seems fishy to me. Why do we need another color system? It's good for Pantone. Why is Quark jumping on it? Are they trying to leverage Goe support against InDesign? That's pretty feeble. I think printers have better things to spend their money on rather than adding/replacing all their swatch books.

                      Who benefits?
                      Jim Webber Grand River Printing & Imaging Detroit, Michigan
                      Prinergy 4.0.2.4 InSite 5.0.5 UpFront 4.0.4 Preps 5.31

                      Comment

                      Working...
                      X