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Strange email from "Adobe"
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Secure delete
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Xitron Systems / Re: Postscript out of InDesign with RTI RipKit, then ripping
Last post by pspdfppdfxhd -
Is there something glaringly wrong with doing it this way?
Aside from being stuck firmly in 1992? I suppose not!  :lmao:
Okay, Okay, Okay, that wasn't fair! Maybe true, but not fair!
LOL, thanks for the…whatever.

You will be fine until something comes out wrong/missing. When that happens...good luck.
I'm cautious. Going to do a lot of back and forth tests.
This goes back to the issue I was having the other day with Navigator/Harlequin not launching because I went in and tried to give more memory to the application. Come to find out that Navigator 8 is only a 32 bit program and if I want to utilize the RAM I loaded in the 64 bit ready XP box, we need to upgrade to at least Navigator/Harlequin 10. The boss lives for not spending money, even if I have to manually trap and put sheet marks around the page. The dollars for a new rip that traps would have been paid for by now, but hey - job security for me.

Actually you would have to install a 64-bit OS before you can install the 64-bit version of Navigator/Harlequin 10. It would  probably require Windows 7 64-bit as the 64-bit version of Windows XP was horribly buggy.

Yes, you would, went through this a couple of years ago. (windows 7, not XP).

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Macintosh / Re: Secure delete
Last post by Joe -
Not sure why it was removed from the GUI but if you think it would stop anybody recovering data I've seen evidence to the contrary.  The only secure delete involves an axe, and that's not 100%.
 :toaster:

Agreed. The only reason I ever used it for was if you tried to delete something and it wouldn't delete the regular way secure delete would usually delete it. Maybe it should have been called Super Delete instead of Secure Delete.
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Macintosh / Re: Secure delete
Last post by StudioMonkey -
Not sure why it was removed from the GUI but if you think it would stop anybody recovering data I've seen evidence to the contrary.  The only secure delete involves an axe, and that's not 100%.
 :toaster:
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General Prepress / Re: Strange email from "Adobe"
Last post by mc hristel -
Yeah once I confirmed it through talking to Adobe through a chat on their site. Turns out that we're violating their Terms of Service by using licenses intended for freelancers.  :facepalm: So yeah. Really fun.

Violating the Terms of Service? You could just claim that all the users in your office actually are freelancers. It's not your fault that you all just happen to work in the same office, and have long term contracts with the same employer.
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Xitron Systems / Re: Postscript out of InDesign with RTI RipKit, then ripping
Last post by Joe -
Is there something glaringly wrong with doing it this way?
Aside from being stuck firmly in 1992? I suppose not!  :lmao:
Okay, Okay, Okay, that wasn't fair! Maybe true, but not fair!
LOL, thanks for the…whatever.

You will be fine until something comes out wrong/missing. When that happens...good luck.
I'm cautious. Going to do a lot of back and forth tests.
This goes back to the issue I was having the other day with Navigator/Harlequin not launching because I went in and tried to give more memory to the application. Come to find out that Navigator 8 is only a 32 bit program and if I want to utilize the RAM I loaded in the 64 bit ready XP box, we need to upgrade to at least Navigator/Harlequin 10. The boss lives for not spending money, even if I have to manually trap and put sheet marks around the page. The dollars for a new rip that traps would have been paid for by now, but hey - job security for me.

Actually you would have to install a 64-bit OS before you can install the 64-bit version of Navigator/Harlequin 10. It would  probably require Windows 7 64-bit as the 64-bit version of Windows XP was horribly buggy.
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Xitron Systems / Re: Postscript out of InDesign with RTI RipKit, then ripping
Last post by DigiCorn -
Is there something glaringly wrong with doing it this way?
Aside from being stuck firmly in 1992? I suppose not!  :lmao:
Okay, Okay, Okay, that wasn't fair! Maybe true, but not fair!
LOL, thanks for the…whatever.

You will be fine until something comes out wrong/missing. When that happens...good luck.
I'm cautious. Going to do a lot of back and forth tests.
This goes back to the issue I was having the other day with Navigator/Harlequin not launching because I went in and tried to give more memory to the application. Come to find out that Navigator 8 is only a 32 bit program and if I want to utiize the RAM I loaded in the 64 bit ready XP box, we need to upgrade to at least Navigator/Harlequin 10. The boss lives for not spendng money, even if I have to manually trap and put sheet marks around the page. The dollars for a new rip that traps would have been paid for by now, but hey - job security for me.
If you run into your old self in that space-time continuum, don't shake hands. Same matter can't occupy the same space, and you might explode the whole universe.
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Xitron Systems / Re: Postscript out of InDesign with RTI RipKit, then ripping
Last post by rickself -
Is there something glaringly wrong with doing it this way?
Aside from being stuck firmly in 1992? I suppose not!  :lmao:
Okay, Okay, Okay, that wasn't fair! Maybe true, but not fair!
LOL, thanks for the…whatever.

You will be fine until something comes out wrong/missing. When that happens...good luck.
I'm cautious. Going to do a lot of back and forth tests.
This goes back to the issue I was having the other day with Navigator/Harlequin not launching because I went in and tried to give more memory to the application. Come to find out that Navigator 8 is only a 32 bit program and if I want to utiize the RAM I loaded in the 64 bit ready XP box, we need to upgrade to at least Navigator/Harlequin 10. The boss lives for not spendng money, even if I have to manually trap and put sheet marks around the page. The dollars for a new rip that traps would have been paid for by now, but hey - job security for me.
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General Prepress / Re: Strange email from "Adobe"
Last post by Joe -
You know when we first signed up for CC we asked why we couldn't just use individual accounts and they gave us the spiel of how much easier it is to manage and then gave us the team accounts for the same price the individual accounts were at the time which was an upgrade. But it wasn't against the Terms of the Service at the time. They just discouraged it. Once again they change the rules in the middle of the game.