I'm having an issue where Photoshop CS6 won't read a white/knock out text. By this I mean the only thing that Photoshop won't read is my white font on top of my interstate highway shields. This is a vector file that I created in AI. I had placed it in InD and exported it from there as a PDF when I originally found the problem. Thought it was an InD issue, so I decided to try to open the AI file with Photoshop. Same problem. I have tried several work arounds, but I can not get it to open/read the white font. If I open the file in RGB in Photoshop it will open up just fine, however, if I try to open it in CMYK that is when it won't open the white font.
Next step was to outline the text, and that didn't work. Next step was to save it as an .eps, that didn't work.
In the samples are what I tried to open with the font (though it is no longer a font as I have outlined them) set to 0,0,0,0 and then another file where the value is 0,0,0,5. At least I can see the font when it has a K value of 5, but a K value of 5 should be damn near white, not what color Photoshop has given me.
Anyone else had any issue with this?