Photoshop: Subtractive printing (to account for paper color)

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Why not implemented a function to scan, work on, andò finally print The difference color.
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Emiliano Vincenzo Porzio

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Chris Cox

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I think we're going to need a bit more detail about what you are trying to accomplish, or what problem you are trying to solve.
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Ex. If i nave a yellow paper, and want to do a work in Photoshop with a yellow background, an orange line and green texts. When I'm about to print, if I tell to Photoshop (or to the printer drivers) that I have a yellow paper, IT have to print only magenta line and cyan texts. Obviously I can only work adding CMYK to the background. Obviously is not so simple as working only with the 4 CMYK pure colors, I mean to work with all their blending on every possible background.
Tnx for the attention.
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OK, that helps clarify the request quite a bit.
Thank you.