Monthly Archives: May 2008

Adobe Announces PDF Print Engine 2

Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced Adobe PDF Print Engine 2, the next-generation, full-featured printing software that enables end-to-end workflows for graphically rich publishing based on Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). Designed for offset and digital printing, Adobe PDF Print Engine 2 enables Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and print providers to fulfill the promise of […]

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Toon Boom and FableVision Release Animation-Ish

Emmy award-winning Toon Boom Animation Inc. and educational publisher FableVision today announced the release of Animation-Ish, an innovative software program that allows people of all ages to unleash their creativity through easy, “do-it-yourself” animation. The program is hosted by New York Times Bestselling children’s book author/illustrator and creativity advocate Peter H. Reynolds, FableVision’s founder and […]

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Andreas Sumerauer Releases recolorST and recolorLE

Andreas Sumerauer announced the availability of his recolorST and recolorLE Photoshop compatible plug-ins. recolorST FoksMarx recolorST provides a novel approach to editing object colors and color contrast in digital images. It is equally well suitable for image correction as for creative image manipulation. The plug-in can be used for so different tasks as color equalization, […]

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Incompatible plug-ins

It’s a bitter truth, but not all InDesign plug-ins are compatible with InCopy. Here’s an example. Chris, a production manager at a catalog company, sent me an e-mail. He said that his company’s art department uses InDesign CS3 to put together their catalogs, relying heavily on Meadows Publishing Solution’s AutoPrice plug-in and Virginia System’s Sonar […]

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Photography Secrets from One of the World's Top Shooters

Excerpted from The Moment It Clicks by Joe McNally. Copyright 2008. Used with permission of Pearson Education, Inc., and New Riders Wing It Sometimes, you just gotta wing it. Got a job to shoot a photo portfolio of the overlarge freshmen NCAA hoopsters for Sports Illustrated. Started conjuring. One kid, Brandan Wright, had a wingspan […]

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Leopard 10.5.3 Fixes Some Navigation Services Crashes

Some folks have reported repeated, horrible, frustrating crashes when using InDesign CS3 on Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard) when using any of the “navigation services” features: Open, Save, Place, Relink, and other dialog boxes. What’s particularly crazy-making about this is that it doesn’t happen to everyone. Some folks say it happens more on Intel Macs and […]

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