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Pitstop 2018
by Tracy
December 13, 2018, 04:48:21 PM

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Paper "scam"
by born2print
December 13, 2018, 12:14:45 PM

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Poll: Work Lighting
by born2print
December 13, 2018, 11:48:58 AM

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Oh God, the Warning windows!!!
by abc
December 13, 2018, 06:24:53 AM

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Time Machine and OS Install
by Tracy
December 12, 2018, 04:41:26 PM

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New Windows 10 PC
by Tracy
December 10, 2018, 11:37:40 AM

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Office 365 Outlook
by frailer
December 09, 2018, 05:13:58 AM

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Whole of job corruption upstream?
by frailer
December 09, 2018, 05:10:44 AM

Recent Posts
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Enfocus / Re: Pitstop 2018
Last post by Joe -
I haven't moved back over to Mac5, Mac6' Font fix is not working
I still have my authentication key, but not sure if that is the problem.
anyone know how to see if I'm loaded correctly?
Kind of need it now :laugh:
might have to accelerate the move back over to Mac5

not so urgent fixed in pitstop

Usually it is when you cannot stand up very well. How much did you drink? :drunk:
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Enfocus / Re: Pitstop 2018
Last post by Tracy -
I haven't moved back over to Mac5, Mac6' Font fix is not working
I still have my authentication key, but not sure if that is the problem.
anyone know how to see if I'm loaded correctly?
Kind of need it now :laugh:
might have to accelerate the move back over to Mac5

not so urgent fixed in pitstop
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Digital Printing / Re: Paper "scam"
Last post by DigiCorn -
Ever look at a coupon in the Sunday paper (who even gets the paper anymore?)? The fine print says, "Value: 1/20¢." You can use these, and CAN pay with exact change.
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CMS - Proofing - Printers / Re: Poll: Work Lighting
Last post by ninjaPB_43 -
I appreciate everyone's feedback - it's about what I expected (mix of overhead and none other than cpu), but good to have actual (albeit small) sampling of real world examples. So, thanks! and Cheers.  :ninja:
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CMS - Proofing - Printers / Re: Poll: Work Lighting
Last post by ninjaPB_43 -

ok, that's why 5500k lamps are called daylight, but even if you are not working in Michigan you might need dead on balls accuracy late in the afternoon, so you'd better have proper office lighting than waiting for the sun to move straight up over your head!


Exactly. Also, many times press checks come at night. I'm pretty sure no one, client or printer, want to say - y'know what? Put that press on idle until the sun comes out - I gotta look at this thing outside.  :facepalm:
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Enfocus / Re: Oh God, the Warning windows!!!
Last post by abc -
This is what I'v found out from a bit of research. It is not official information and has not been confirmed by Adobe (yet).

Ok, so PieceInfo was introduced in Indesign 2019, as mentioned it was previously in Illustrator to preserve illustrator PDF editing. So if you edit an Illustrator generated PDF file in PitStop or Acrobat it no longer matches the PieceInfo, so normally it's discarded.

Indesign it seems is a bit different. I first saw this from a post on the Adobe forum. https://forums.adobe.com/message/10798894#10798894
And was also referred to this. https://theblog.adobe.com/sneak-preview-import-pdf-comments-in-indesign-cc/

So from the first post it seems that Adobe is embedding information about the file in PieceInfo, but is also using it for the ability move contents between Acrobat and Indesign. So if you use that feature, discarding the PieceInfo will break that workflow.
Regarding the information, the same rules apply as Indesign, and editing will not update the PieceInfo.

Following the links on the Adobe thread lead me to this (via google translate), which you many want to check regarding privacy in Indesign. https://lnkd.in/dKnA87b

Again, none of this is officially confirmed, it's just what I've picked up.
We'll improve the PitStop behaviour in 2019 regarding the Illustrator PieceInfo.
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Digital Printing / Re: Paper "scam"
Last post by StudioMonkey -
We are told that the reason for this in shops at least is so that till workers have to open the till to give you your change, making the sale legal.  Obvious bs.
In the last UK election one of the minor parties proposed the introduction of a 99p coin.  :banana: