Hi all, I've got this annoying problem that I want solved. Every time I print an Illustrator or InDesign document that contains a transparent image, the print shows discoloration where the transparent part of the image is. It doesn't matter if the image is an RGB PNG in a CMYK document, a transparent TIFF or a Photoshop file with a transparency path. With either of these images, the discoloration occurs. And it's not just when printing directly from within Illustrator or Indesign. It also happens when printing a PDF file (either saved from Illustrator or exported from InDesign). The weird thing is, though, that when such a file is being put through a press, the result doesn't show any discoloration. Therefore my question is, is this problem common? Is it printer-specific? Has everyone seen this happen? Is it a problem with the Adobe applications (can't imagine, but might be possible)? Of course, when the PDF file is imported in Photoshop and flattened, the problem goes away. As does a lot of the sharpness and detail of the original file, so that's not really an option. The thing is, most of the time my work isn't meant for pressing, but merely just for printing. And for all these instances, I would LOVE to get rid of this discoloration problem. Edit: FYI, the printer we use here at work is a Canon CLC1180, coupled with a Canon Fiery Server MXP-02e. Thanks for any help!