Have you ever received this message Are you sure you want to convert colors to a destination document with a color profile that does not match the current RGB working space when you were trying to copy layers from one document to another in Photoshop?
Actually, a lot of Adobe users declared that they had this issue while they were working in Photoshop. Usually, this issue is caused by a color profile mismatch. This means that the documents that you are using have two different color profiles: sRGB and Adobe RGB. However, there’s a quick and easy way to fix that.
How to fix Convert colors to a destination document error?
1. Change RGB settings
- The first thing that you will have to do it will be to click on the Edit drop-down menu.
- After this, select Color Settings or you can just press Shift+Cmd/Ctrl+K.
- Then, a dialog box should pop up.
- There you will see a lot of options, but you don’t have to worry, because you will only need to change one setting.
- Under Working Spaces, located in the top left, you will see the RGB setting.
- Now, you will have just to switch it to either Adobe RGB or sRGB.
2. Use Assign profile or Convert to profile option
- Start Photoshop.
- Navigate to Edit menu in the top.
- Select Assign profile or Convert to profile option.
- Choose the desired profile.
We hope that this article helped you to resolve Are you sure you want to convert colors to a destination document with a color profile that does not match the current RGB working space error. If you found this article helpful, feel free to let us know in the comments section below.
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