Adobe has removed support for free Pantone colors in its Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator Creative Cloud applications. Now, to access Pantone colors, you need to pay an additional subscription for $15 per month.

In older PSD files, all Pantone colors are changed to black if there is no subscription. Thus, if users want to edit an old project with Pantone colors, they can buy a subscription.

Pantone provides color identification and print quality.

You now have to pay to use Pantone colors in Adobe products.

Beautiful colors come at a premium price.

Source: Iphones RU

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