Named separations to be used in addition to the color channels
specified in the ColorSpace.
Separate color channels for the named separations are only
created if the output type is TIFF and the output color space is
CMYK or RGB.
If these conditions are met, ABCpdf will write each separation
to a different TIFF page and set the TIFF ink name to the name of
This property can be either a comma separated list of the named
separations, or it can be the keyword 'All' which indicates that
all named separations referenced by the page should be output. You
can obtain the ink names using the Page.GetNamedSeparations
For example, the following code will create a tiff file with 5
separated colors, each written to its own page. The ink name for
each page will be the name of the separation plane: 'Cyan',
'Magenta', 'Yellow', 'Black' and 'Fluorescent Orange'.
doc.Rendering.NamedSeparation ="Fluorescent Orange";
doc.Rendering.ColorSpace = XRendering.ColorSpaceType.Cmyk;
doc.Rendering.NamedSeparation ="Fluorescent Orange"
doc.Rendering.ColorSpace = XRendering.ColorSpaceType.Cmyk
Note that ABCpdf will not create spot colors if it encounters a
page group color space that is different from the specified color
space. However in this situation it will still write the process
colors individually to the TIFF output.