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https://ghostscript.com/~regression/release__gs/compare491.html#7855
  • Gray gradients turn blue with the psdrgb device since the fill+stroke commit. There are many examples, this is a reasonably simple example
  • gswin64c -sDEVICE=psdrgb -o out%d.psd Layout.pdf
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https://ghostscript.com/~regression/release__gs/compare491.html#7855 - FIXED
  We additionally have the bug reported by Serendipity (probably the only customer even aware there is a Release Candidate, let alone tested it) https://bugs.ghostscript.com/show_bug.cgi?id=702128 - FIXED with https://git.ghostscript.com/?p=ghostpdl.git;a=commit;h=646007af056447fefd61eabfcdae85bfd6017d24

Overprint regressions

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https://ghostscript.com/~regression/release__gs/compare1306.html#23085 - NOT A BUG? Looking at this I see that there is a bug, but it appears (to me) to be a long-standing bug in pdfwrite, which is not tracking overprint mode properly. I have a tentative fix, but this is not a regression so I don't think we should hold anything up for this.
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https://ghostscript.com/~regression/release__gs/compare1306.html#23085
 
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The appearance of a couple of green crosses matches what Acrobat 9 Pro does for me when the Output Preview is used.
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  • Looking at this I see that there is a bug, but it appears (to me) to be a long-standing bug in pdfwrite, which is not tracking overprint mode properly. I have a tentative fix, but this is not a regression so I don't think we should hold anything up for this.
  https://ghostscript.com/~regression/release__gs/compare1306.html#23086 - FIXED
 
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