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Offline jimking

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Re: Signa station schemes
« Reply #15 on: October 13, 2009, 09:00:14 AM »

I have been on Preps for 8 years and Signa for 6 years
(along with some other cheezy "professional" impo  softwares)
I would be interested in hearing what is the "bad" you have heard about Signa.

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I worked with signa some years ago and the only issue I had with it was the ability to easily or mistakingly place crops marks inside the image area by accident if one was distracted and clicked away like I did once with a job with single crop mark in the image. Still can't figure how I managed to do that.

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Re: Signa station schemes
« Reply #16 on: November 05, 2009, 08:50:21 AM »
Finally heard back from Heidelberg about an evaluation copy of Prinect Signa.
"Without a license, no output is possible.  In Demo mode all he can do is build layouts.  AND…If he does get a license at a later time, the layouts built in demo mode will not output, he will have to rebuild in a Licensed state."
Suppose I can live with that, but still wondering does it have an internal converter for PDF creation or rely on external copy of Acrobat- or a choice like Preps?

Got an answer on that- man says you have to have either Acrobat 8 or 9. Evaluation copy be here tomorrow...
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