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WriteColorSet in the HqnSettings procset

This page applies to Harlequin v13.1r0 and later; and to Harlequin MultiRIP but not Harlequin Core

WriteColorSet allows a ColorSet to be written to persistent storage.

            ColorSetName ColorSet WriteColorSet -
            ColorSetName ColorSet optionsdict WriteColorSet -


must be a dictionary containing all of the keys listed in The HqnSettings procset , with the appropriate values.


is the name by which the ColorSet should be known to the RIP and should match the value of SetupName within the ColorSet dictionary itself.

Note: WriteColorSet will not allow an existing ColorSet to be overwritten with another by the same name. If it is desired to replace an existing set then the old one must be deleted first, using DeleteColorSet in the HqnSettings procset . By default, the ColorSet will be written into storage for the current device and colorant family. This can be overridden by including an options dictionary (optionsdict ) containing keys as described for ReadColorSet in the HqnSettings procset .

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