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Adobe CC replacements
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curved artwork
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Sabon... the font from hell
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Turn Comments to Art?
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August 13, 2018, 02:29:01 PM

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Lost Time Machine drive.
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August 09, 2018, 05:11:31 PM

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Adobe Acrobat / Re: Turn Comments to Art?
Last post by scottrsimons -
We've been burned by this in the past too. We've actually got the PDF from the customer and they said that they set the type in Acrobat, it was just using comments.  :strangle:
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Adobe Acrobat / Re: Turn Comments to Art?
Last post by born2print -
That comments thing has gotten us before, "you missed most of the alterations!"
I believe we did everything marked on the proof...
"didn't you see my comments?!"
 :facepalm:
ok, let's try again.

I do not know of a way to make comments live other than what you're doing.
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Adobe Acrobat / Re: Turn Comments to Art?
Last post by Joe -
I assume you tried copying the text from the comment and then pasting elsewhere. Never tried it but no idea if you can do that or not.
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Adobe Acrobat / Turn Comments to Art?
Last post by AaronH -
Hey everyone, I've got a strange one. The customer somehow did most of their text in a PDF for a Remit Envelope as comments. I didn't realize it until they looked at the proof and said, "Hey there is text missing!" Is there a way to turn them into actual artwork or do I have to typeset it?

Thanks!
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Digital Printing / Re: G7
Last post by danydany -
Correct,thats what i was asking about and right again that G7 is probably just another way to skin the cat :-\  ,testing was not the full process,was just on midtones tvi/dotgain where was easy to see any changes
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Digital Printing / Re: G7
Last post by mc hristel -
Hopefully you know what the midtone range for G7 should be (which I believe is what you were asking about at the start of this topic). As long as your numbers are within that expected range I wouldn't be worried about seeing no change.

[font=Helvetica, "Helvetica Neue", "Liberation Sans", Arial, sans-serif]Remember G7 is still just a standard for color matching, so the numbers are likely going to be in line with other color standards that are in use. It's not some magic system that makes all your work come out colorful and happy (sadly).  :cry:

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Digital Printing / Re: G7
Last post by danydany -
Thanks guys ;) ,calibrated the press, ISO v2  profile ,and for npdc curves just the G7 midtones  on dot gain/tvi tab,no obvious differnce.
Any thoughts? :cane: