So no idea when it will appear yet, but that functionality has been submitted as a feature request. Basically what we are looking for is converting (mapping) a spot color to a N Channel color.
Yes, I try to create mixed ink swatches, in this particular case for FPink.
It would be great to get a solution here, it would be an argument to sell FFC to customers with FPink and Silver/Gold.
Well you can certainly map/convert from a spot color to a spot color like FPink. But as I think I understand you, you are rather trying to do a mixed ink swatch where your FPink also has a blended mix of cmyk also. I dont believe this functionality currently exists. I have reached out to some developers to see what I can confirm or figure out for this request. Would be very helpful for Iridesse presses for those blended colors.
can I use FFC 7 to map or convert a specific Spot color like HKS 7 K or Pantone 1505 C to a mixed color with FPink for Iridesse? We have a new Customer here in Germany with print-ready documents with these spot colors. And the Customer has no access to the open Indesign Documents. They used Spot Colors for vector and image objects.
Using the Spot-Pro on the Iridesse does not work for some specific elements.
Thanks and kind regards,