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#1
Bindery / Re: Today - something NEW!
Today at 03:21:43 PM
Hear me out; I think the funniest word in the English language is... squat

But the one that most evokes a physical reaction is moist.
#2
Bindery / Re: Today - something NEW!
Today at 03:16:20 PM
Quote from: Possum on Today at 03:12:28 PMWe had a word like that: styme. That plate has styme on it. What's styme? Look at your watch.

Likewise with smatter.
What's styme?
It's time to get ill!

~the Beastie Boys

Whenever I hear someone say, "what's the time?" that's how I answer it. Just like with, "Stop." I have to add, "collaborate and listen," but sometimes I say, "hammer time."
#3
Bindery / Re: Today - something NEW!
Today at 03:10:58 PM
Quote from: born2print on Today at 03:06:55 PMMade-up dirty words might be fun too.
Ever heard of a tisn't?

No. But I've heard of a t'aint.

Because it t'aint your balls, and it t'aint your ass.
#4
Bindery / Re: Today - something NEW!
Today at 02:41:50 PM
Quote from: born2print on Today at 02:06:03 PMThis thread of made-up words is fun! They're making my rear troxell glapund in a really florse way!
:sarcasm:
That's a remarkably cromulent statement.
#5
Bindery / Re: Today - something NEW!
Today at 09:31:34 AM
I've been in three different shops that had webs and never heard that before either.
#6
Bindery / Re: Today - something NEW!
June 11, 2024, 03:41:48 PM
Speaking of webs, here's something I learned today (because webs reminded me of spiders, and spiders remind me of bugs):

The odds of a bug flying through a tiny hole made by a rock chip in your windshield and into your mouth while driving at high speed on the freeway are slim to none... but never zero.
#7
Adobe Photoshop / Re: Uh hmmm ... WHAT?!?!?
June 11, 2024, 11:09:44 AM
Quote from: Possum on June 11, 2024, 10:44:43 AMI already saw a thread on another site where people are looking for Photoshop alternatives because of this, and that's for private use.

There's always Quark... and Corel Draw... and Alludo PaintShopPro
#8
General Prepress / Proof form
June 07, 2024, 02:48:44 PM
Can I see some examples of what's being used out there to get a signed off proof? They never had a proof sign off form here before, but I'd like to see what kind of details you provide to your customers via proof form.
#9
Enfocus / Re: Pitstop 2024
June 06, 2024, 05:07:54 PM
I was out in the warehouse poking around and I found two copies of PitStop 10. I asked the dealers if we could upgrade and they told me, "not from that version." You can't upgrade from any version unless it's one of the most recent two.
#10
Enfocus / Re: Pitstop 2024
June 06, 2024, 11:52:07 AM
Quote from: RMPrepress on June 06, 2024, 11:41:32 AMNo, its there... but with rulers on it appears it is getting clipped.
The page used to get nudged down when rulers were on or turned on and that no longer happens on a Mac anyway.
It doesn't do that on my Windows version
#11
Enfocus / Re: Pitstop 2024
June 06, 2024, 11:36:39 AM
Quote from: RMPrepress on June 06, 2024, 11:18:03 AMHow about this problem in Windows... rulers hiding the edges of pages...
It looks to me like your color bar is running off the tail of the sheet
#12
Enfocus / Re: Pitstop 2024
June 06, 2024, 11:04:34 AM
Quote from: RMPrepress on June 06, 2024, 11:02:52 AMYeah it is just a Acrobat DC on a Mac thing...Ventura or Sonoma with newer Acrobat.
You can not see the guide at all when moving an existing or making a new one... until you let go of your mouse/the guide.
Rest assured it's not an issue in Windows 10.
#13
Enfocus / Re: Pitstop 2024
June 06, 2024, 11:00:35 AM
Is that just a Mac thing? If I drag a guide in Acro DC for Windows 10, I see a shadow until I drop it.
#14
For anyone out there struggling like me without PitStop, here's some tools (you can modify as needed) to help.

In Acrobat click on Tools --> Print Production --> Preflight

Go to Import Profiles

Add the files attached here to this post

Run them in order 0-1-2-3 (highlight and click "Analyze and fix" or "Fix")

You have now taken an 8.5x11 that should bleed without and added bleeds (clip and flip style) and crop marks, and your page geometry is perfect.
#15
Adobe InDesign / Re: Text Disappears While Editing
June 04, 2024, 03:33:42 PM
^ what he said