3Key DifferencesAdobe PDF Print Engine and Normalizer Network Based Site Licensing Thrive Production Manager Hot Back-up Option
4Adobe PDF Technologies The PDF Print Engine shares the same core components as the Adobe authoring suite … color management, graphics engine, transparency handling, imaging, etc … This translates to better predictability and workflow consistency.The PDF Print Engine shares the same core components as the Adobe authoring suite, transparency handling, imaging, etc … This translates to better predictability and workflow consistency
5Adobe PDF Technologies Thrive uses the Adobe PDF Print Engine for converting PDF/PS/EPS document files into pixels for the purposes of printing.The Adobe PDF Print Engine is a native PDF Interpreter and pixel rasterizer. It utilizes the same interpreting libraries utilized by Adobe products like Acrobat, and Illustrator.The rendering libraries are similar libraries used by Adobe for other products, but optimized for large rendering of print ready data.The Adobe PDF Print Engine has been integrated with the Onyx Color and image processing libraries to generate processed data that can be printed to large format printers.We utilize 100% Adobe technologies to handle all input files including PDF, PostScript, and EPSOnly with ONYX can customers add RIP power independent of how many printers or cutters are being driven
6Adobe PDF Technologies Normalizer For PS/EPS documents the Adobe PDF Print Engine module in Thrive has been equipped to use the Adobe Normalizer technology to first convert the postscript code into PDF before it is interpreted and rendered by the Adobe PDF Print Engine.The use of the Adobe Normalizer is automatic and requires no user interventionThere are no controls associated with the use of NormalizerThe first time a PS/EPS file is rendered the Adobe PDF Print Engine UI will first invoke Normalizer (with the status of Normalizing)The converted PDF file is internally stored in the job, and subsequent processing of the job will not invoke the Normalizer stage.Generally the normalization process is quick, and only takes any significant time for large PS/EPS files.We utilize 100% Adobe technologies to handle all input files including PDF, PostScript, and EPSOnly with ONYX can customers add RIP power independent of how many printers or cutters are being driven
7Adobe PDF Technologies The following figure shows an example of the normalization process being applied to an EPS file.
8Adobe PDF Technologies The Adobe Rip Options allows text anti-aliasing to be enabled, and job specific RIP options to be defined.
9The Adobe PDF Print Engine has the following RIP options: NameValueDescriptionAPPLYPDFICCSOFFWhen checked (and value set to OFF) forces ICC profiles within a PDF file to NOT be used. Profiles will be determined by the profile settings for the jobCOMPATMODECMYKWhen checked this forces the file to be rendered first as a CMYK contone image. Then the CMYK image profile in the job settings will be used to convert to the final output.EMULATEOVERPRINTNOBy default overprint behavior of spots and process colors is emulated. Checking this turns off this feature.ENDPAUSE10000This causes the program to pause at the end of ripping. The total time is in milliseconds. The value of results in a 10 second pause.IGNOREPDLALLBLENDSPACESNormally Transparency blending is performed using a CMYK working space. Checking this allows blending to be performed using other color spaces. (Note: It is NOT recommended to check this as doing so may result in profiles not being applied to some objects).IGNOREPDLOVERPRINTYESChecking this disables overprint processingMESSAGESONChecking this results in more verbose information during the interpreting/rendering processPRINTPDFANNOTATIONSNormally annotations in a pdf file are rendered as part of a page. Checking this causes these “comments” to not be rendered.SPOTRENDERINTENTThis specifies the rendering intent to use. If unchecked then the Absolute Colorimetric intent is used. The valid values for this are:0 = Perceptual1 = Absolute Colorimetric2 = Relative Colorimetric3 = SaturationXUSECMMGPUIf a GPU is properly installed it will be used by the RIP for color management conversions. Checking this option forces the rip to NOT use the GPU if it is availableUSEPDFCROPChecking this forces the page size to be cropped using the PDF Crop information.
10The Adobe PDF Print Engine options: APPLY PDF ICCs NameValueDescriptionAPPLYPDFICCSOFFWhen checked (and value set to OFF) forces ICC profiles within a PDF file to NOT be used. Profiles will be determined by the profile settings for the jobThe Adobe engine is set to honor included profiles regardless of external profile setting. If profiles are embedded from AI or ID they will be used.This is consistent with PDF specifications and how an application like Acrobat would work.ONYX provides the ability for the user to override this setting within the Adobe RIP Options by turning of the use of PDF ICC and rendering intent
11Network Site Licensing What does that mean?Floating licenseKey is available to users remotelyLimits are how many instances of any feature can be used simultaneouslyInstalled on serverKey is installed on the server only and accessed remotely
12Types of Network KeysNet10 Allows up to 10 concurrent users for each feature that we monitor, such as number of printers, number of concurrent Job Editor stations etc. Features in use/not people logged onNet50 Allows up to 50 concurrent users for each feature.Net250 Allows unlimited use.Note: Non-Network keys will be used for resellers and partner demo keys where distribution of workflow modules are not needed
13Base Configurations and Network Keys used Net 250 keys are available and will be used only if the configuration requires it.
14Hot Backup OptionHave a fully redundant system online and ready at all timesWill have full packaging with StickersWill be a 30 day keyShould only be used in and emergency situation.Existing license or key is lost, stolen, damaged, etcContact Sales immediately once this key is used.
15Hot Backup Option Process Customer Inserts Hot Back Up to Restore System Functionality30 Day Expiration will begin when Licensing is accessed by Thrive InstallationCustomer Notifies ONYX of System Breakdown & Requests a "Replacement"ONYX issues a Return Material Authorization for Customer to include with returnCustomer Ships Original Thrive Key to ONYXONYX Receives Original (Malfunctioning / Broken) KeyONYX generates new fully functional "Primary" Thrive KeyONYX generates Update for Hot Backup Key activating it with a new 30 Day ExpirationNOTE: Customer must NOT run this KeyFile until they have received new Primary Key and swapped out Hot Back UpCustomer Receives New Primary Thrive Key & Swaps for Hot Back UpCustomer runs Update for Hot Back Up & stores for future useNOTE: It is essential that customer does not launch Thrive with Hot Backup after the Update is run, otherwise, new 30 Day Expiration will begin and Key will expire before next use
17Licensing Choose a location for USB Network Key Licensing Server only (system with network key)Drivers for System have been installedIf no other modules need to be installed you can stop hereSame SystemContinue with Install as normal
18Available Workstations The specific Thrive Components included in each workstation that can be installed.Once your options are configured, click Install.• RIP/Print Workstation includes RIP-Queue, Job Editor, • Job Editor Workstation includes Job Editor, • Layout Workstation includes Layout Tool, Printer Configuration Tool, • Color Management Workstation includes Media Manager, • Cut Workstation includes CUT-Server,
19This is what you are used to! Complete InstallThis is what you are used to!
20Job Editor Only Select Job Editor Workstation You must install local Printer drivers
21Print Only What gets installed? Printer Configuration from RIP System RIP-QueuePrintersPrinter Configuration from RIP SystemPrint ForwardingNormal printer set up for Print only stationSpooling and Nesting onlyNo Licensing impact to active printers for Print ForwardingPrint forwarding from processing system will not diminish licensing availability
22Licensing Administration Safenet Admin Control CenterInformationLicensing Control
23Licensing Administration The administrator must ensure that all workstations in the printing workflow on the network can access the server with the key.Clicking on the Configuration button in the ACC gives the administrator the ability to set who can access the key and which workstations can access the keys.Clicking on Sentinel Keys and clicking on the Features button associated with the network key allows the user to view who is logged onto which features (a list of feature numbers with the feature name is given at the end of this document) and how many licenses he has checked out. The administrator can “unlog” a user from a feature if that user is tying up a resource unnecessarily, i.e. went home without logging off and not running a long print job.
24Licensing Administration Once ONYX Thrive is installed on all applicable network computers and configured appropriately, the system is ready to use.Normally, the user will see no difference between a network or standalone installation.It is possible that there may be conflicts for seats if there are more requests for a feature than are allowed on the key.When this happens, the user will see an error message such as that shown
25Licensing Administration Another Possibility is that a user may request more licenses than are currently available on the key and he will be directed to reduce the number of requests.For instance if the key allows 10 printers and 8 are currently in use and the user launches another RIP-Queue Configured to use 4 more printers, he will get the following message:When the user presses the OK button, the printer manager dialog will be displayed in which the user can reduce the number of enabled printers so that he can continue his work with, in the above case, two printers.
26Licensing Administration Features Feature ID Guide:Relevant Feature ID & Feature Name1 License2 Processing3 Cutter4 RIP SupportJob Support6 Printers12 Wide format printers13 Grand format printers100 Server101 Job Editor102 Layout Tool103 Media Manager111 Adobe APPE Workflow114 Production Manager
28ONYX Thrive Production Manager Job SubmissionJob InformationProduction Control
29Configuring Production Manager In RIP-QueueVerify “Enable HTTP Access”Changing PortDefault is Port 80This may conflict with other applications using port 80 (i.e. Skype)Allow access from firewalls
30Access Production Manager Use IP address to access remote Production ManagerUse “localhost” for Production Manager Running on same machineMust add port number if changed from anything other than “80”Add to favorites for easy access later
33Job Editor Why the name change? SmartApps PitStop Pro is true PDF Preflighting.Job Editor give this application a more descriptive name
34Job Editor Remote Job Editing Spot Color Replacement Viewing Named Colors in RIP QueueMulti Page PDF
35Job Editor Only Connect Remote Printers Connection of remote printersRemove local printers if neededAdd remote printersBrowse to Remote systemImporting/Syncing mediaAfter connection of remote printers. Simply select update media. All media profiles for that device will be copied
36Named Spot Color Replacement Allows users to select a named spot color in a specific file and replace it with a user defined color combination
37Viewing Named Colors with Job Properties The following quickset options/job options are available with the Adobe PDF Print Engine:The Named Colors tab shows all the spot colors that are used by the pages rendered for the preview.Note: This can also be seen in RIP-Queue’s job properties
38Multi-Page PDF Changes Submit Pages Separately in Job Editor to streamline process by honoring individual page sizes in PDF documentsIncrease productivity by processing multiple pages at one time (Requires more than one RIP license)
39Note: Job Properties can be viewed from Job Editor or RIP-Queue PS/PDF OptionsThe PS/PDF Options allows one to configure whether to use Spot Color Replacement, Cutter settings, Abort on Missing fonts, and Two stage Processing.Note: Job Properties can be viewed from Job Editor or RIP-Queue
40Note: Job Properties can be viewed from Job Editor or RIP-Queue PS/PDF SeparationsPS/PDF Separations allows one to define if a file is set up as a multi-page separation file (with each page representing a single color separation (grayscale). The number and order of separations can be definedNote: Job Properties can be viewed from Job Editor or RIP-Queue
41RIP-Queue Quick Set Changes Quick Set Change and Adobe OptionsSource Image vs Reduced Size to FitImprovements for file handling in RIP-Queue when importing multiple files simultaneouslyAdded the ability to print all ink channels with the Gutter feature in RIP-Queue
42Quick Set Change and Adobe Options Allows further configuration to the printer from within a Quickset – Advanced option
43Source image VS. Reduce Size to fit Added Option in QuicksetsReduce manual intervention by setting workflows to automatically reduce size to fit mediaThis option will be unchecked by default
44Configure RIP Settings for number of Rips to configure Settings of 0 for Print only stationSpooling and NestingVery important when configuring allocation of RIP instances across the workflow
45Active PrintersNote specifications listed for available licensed configurationsGrand and Wide Separation< 95” (2413 mm) > 95” (2414 mm)
47New Color Technologies New Perceptual Gamut Mapping: Vivid ColorAdditional Achromatic Black Generation option: GCR PlusImprovements to Balance CMY GrayImprovements to CMYKOG and CMYKRGB separationsUsing Improved ICC Profile EngineRe-building ICC Profiles* Also common to X10.2
48Vivid ColorBuilt to give brighter, more vibrant images, especially in lower gamut situationsWhen building an ICC profile, the user has an option to select the type of gamut mapping.These options are made available so that users can decide the “look” they want for their output.It is important to remember that no single gamut mapping will work as a universally preferred rendering.Users of prior version of the ICC profile engine have sometimes reported that when printing images with perceptual intent, it results in a darker looking output especially in the reds. This is more apparent on a smaller gamut media. In the newest version of the ICC engine, we have introduced a new gamut mapping option named “Vivid Color”, selectable through the ICC profile options dialog which addresses this specific concern.* Also common to X10.2
49New Perceptual Gamut Mapping: Vivid Color Continued This mapping is selected by default when using the newest version of Media Manager and creating new profiles with it.All previous gamut mapping options are still available and work the same so that the user can select the one they like for that print condition.* Also common to X10.2
50GCR PlusFigure 3. ICC profile build options dialog showing the new achromatic black generation option “GCR Plus”In previous Thrive articles we have taken an extensive look at how usage of CMY versus K (black) inks when printing grays have an effect on the smoothness and color inconstancy. The more CMY is used to get a particular gray the smoother it will appear, but it will also result in color inconstant output. Using more CMY also increases the total ink used. This is the strategy used when the user selects “GCR” as the GCR type. On the other hand using more K reduces the color inconstancy and ink usage but can potentially result in a grainy looking output especially in the lighter tones. This is the strategy used when the user selects “UCR” as the GCR type. These two options were available in previous versions of Media Manager and gave a lot of flexibility in controlling CMY versus K ink usage in the grays. The only control that these two options do not allow is to make use of mostly CMY in the lighter gray regions (for smoothness) and mostly K ink in the darker gray regions by reducing CMY inks (to achieve ink savings and color constancy). This is especially desirable when using a lot of CMY inks in the darks result in lighter grays than using only K ink, which has been observed with certain Latex printers.ONYX PowerChroma Black Generation tool now includes an additional option that gives a balance between the two GCR types, “GCR” and “UCR”, by adding a third option “GCR Plus”. When “GCR Plus” is selected, an additional control “End CMY” is available. Let’s discuss these two options in detail and how they differ from the other selections.Selecting “GCR Plus” tells the ICC engine that the output objective for grays is to use as much CMY as possible for lighter grays so that they look smooth but switch to using K only for darker grays so that they use less ink, are more color constant and in some cases result in darker more richer blacks. The “End CMY” spinner is used in tandem with “GCR Plus” to control the amount of CMY you want to have in your darkest grays. We have results in ink savings for CMY inks when using GCR Plus while still maintaining relatively smoother lighter grays.The “End CMY” option can then be used to reduce the amount of CMY usage. Lowering the value will result in reduced CMY ink usage in darker grays. A value of 100 will result in CMY curves similar to GCR while a value of 0 will try and achieve the minimum amount of CMY required to achieve a particular dark gray.* Also common to X10.2
52GCR Plus – Ink SavingGCR Plus gives the same advantage of smoother grays in the lights as GCR but then switches to using mostly K resulting in a decreased CMY ink usage and greater color consistancy for darker grays. Hence, if the output objective is to save ink while maintaining smoothness, then using GCR Plus is highly advised. It should be noted that higher ink savings can be achieved when using UCR since it will use mostly K ink for making grays, but It will also potentially result in grainier output.* Also common to X10.2
53Improvements to Balance CMY Gray Improvements to “Balance CMY Gray” option to allow the inks to go to 100% coverage on the modesICC profile rebuild is recommended when for versions earlier than version 10.2In earlier versions of Media Manager it was discovered that the “Balance CMY Gray” option available on the ICC profile build options dialog was not always working in an optimum way.On a few modes using this option resulted in the ICC profile not able to achieve 100% ink coverage for some colors. Improvements have been made to the ICC engine so that this option will now allow the inks to go to 100% coverage on the modes it was not allowing this before. It is highly recommended that users of earlier versions of Media Manager not use this option by unchecking it. When the version 10.2 of Media Manager is used, this option can be kept checked. Additionally, it is recommended that ICC profiles built with versions earlier than version 10.2 be rebuilt by following the guidelines described at the end of this article.* Also common to X10.2
54Improvements to CMYKOG and CMYKRGB separations ONYX Color Management Module (CMM) along with the ICC profile build engine works natively with HiFi inks such as OG and RGB.A HiFi process channel mode allows the user to create an ICC profile for such a mode using a CMYK swatch or a HiFi swatch.When a HiFi swatch is used, the ICC is natively using all ink channels including the HiFi channels, to which the highly opmitized ICC engine effectively makes use of the HiFi channels.When a CMYK swatch is used to build an ICC profile for a HiFi mode, the ICC profile uses only the CMYK channels. The separation to HiFi channels is done by the CMM.ONYX Color Management Module (CMM) along with the ICC profile build engine works natively with HiFi inks such as OG and RGB.A HiFi process channel mode allows the user to create an ICC profile for such a mode using a CMYK swatch or a HiFi swatch.When a HiFi swatch is used, the ICC is natively using all ink channels including the HiFi channels, to which the highly opmitized ICC engine effectively makes use of the HiFi channels.When a CMYK swatch is used to build an ICC profile for a HiFi mode, the ICC profile uses only the CMYK channels. The separation to HiFi channels is done by the CMM.In version 10.2 the results are more consistent and improved HiFi output. These improvements will also be realized when printing without ICC profiles. There are two important things that one should be aware of:Users of versions before 10.2 of Media Manager may not have seen optimum separations for CMYK profiles for HiFi mode.2. If CMYK ICC profiles were built for HiFi modes in versions before 10.2, it is recommended that those profiles be rebuilt when used with the latest version of the software. If they are imported in the latest version and are not rebuilt, then the output will look different (because the new optimized separations are used) and might not be preferred. To rebuild the ICC profile, the swatch will need to be reprinted and remeasured. If for some reason the user is not able to rebuild such profiles then it is recommended that they contact ONYX support for further assistance.* Also common to X10.2
55Improvements to CMYKOG and CMYKRGB separations In version 10.2 the results are more consistent and improved HiFi output. These improvements will also be realized when printing without ICC profiles. There are two important things that one should be aware of:1. Users of versions before 10.2 of Media Manager must avoid building CMYK ICC profiles for a HiFi mode as it did not give optimum separations. If they must build CMYK ICC profiles then it is highly advised that they upgrade to the latest version. It is also recommended that they not print without ICC profiles with versions before 10.2.2. If CMYK ICC profiles were built for HiFi modes in versions before 10.2, it is recommended that those profiles be rebuilt when used with the latest version of the software. If they are imported in the latest version and are not rebuilt, then the output will look different (because the new optimized separations are used) and might not be preferred. To rebuild the ICC profile, the swatch will need to be reprinted and remeasured. If for some reason the user is not able to rebuild such profiles then it is recommended that they contact ONYX support for further assistance.* Also common to X10.2
56Taking advantage of the improvements to the ICC profile engine 2 parts to ICC Color ManagementProfile Application : Color Management Module (CMM)Profile Generation : Profile Generation EngineImprovements/changes to profile application will apply to all profiles whenever used to process imagesImprovements/changes to profile generation will only apply when new profiles are created or previous profiles are rebuilt.There are two separate parts to ICC color management - profile application (via a Color Management Module), and profile generation (via a profile generation engine). Improvements/changes to profile application (CMM) will apply to all profiles whenever they are used to process images. Improvements/changes to profile generation will only apply when new profiles are created or previous profiles are re-built. This is because the color transform logic used to build an ICC profile becomes part of the profile itself. Hence, to take advantage of improvements/changes in the profile generation engine, profiles need to be re-built.NOTE: It is generally inadvisable to rebuild an ICC profile (initially created with a newer version of the software) with an older version of the software since improvements to the build engine will not be re-employed.* Also common to X10.2
57How to Re-build ICC profiles Before trying to “re-build” an ICC profile for a print mode it is recommended that a backup copy of the print mode is made.(Note: Profiles that have been imported from other ICC profiling packages into Media Manager cannot be re-built using these methods.)To make a backup copy a print mode:1. Run Media Manager.2. Ensure that you are working with the correct printer and then select “View Media Library”.3. From this view select the Media Group, Media, and mode that you want to copy.4. Then press the “Make Copy” button on the right.5. You will be asked to give the mode a new name. (Suggestion: add “Copy” to the name). The mode has now been copied with a new name.If you do not make a copy of current print mode then you will lose the existing profile when you rebuild on top of it, and if the changes are unacceptable then it is not possible to go back to the previous settings. Making a backup copy of the print mode allows one to go back to previous settings if needed.* Also common to X10.2
58How to Re-build ICC profiles To re-build an existing profile:From the “View Media Library” screen, select the Media Group, Media, Mode, “ICC Color Matching Profiles”, and the ICC profile to be re-built. Then press the “Edit…” button on the right.At this point you might be asked to select the appropriate profiling workflow. If this occurs select the correct workflow for the print mode you are working with.The Profiling wizard will then be displayed with the ICC Profile step shown. Since the ICC profile has been previously built the Print Swatch and Read Swatch buttons should be enabled. On the black diamond step, press the Edit button.A dialog titled “Build Options” is then displayed.Make any desired changes in the Build Options dialog, and press OK when you are done.NOTE: This is where you will select the new gamut mapping option “Vivid Color” or the “GCR Plus” achromatic black generation option, as desired.With profile build options in place you can then press the “Build ICC Profile” button to re-build the ICC profile. A Build Profile Progress dialog will then be displayed showing the progress of the profile build. After some time the build will complete and the progress dialog will go away.(Note: For some printers there may be an option to build a named color profile table in the ICC profile step of the profiling wizard. Since the named color table is based upon the ICC profile it is advisable to also re-build the named color table after re-building the ICC profile).The profile re-build is complete, and the stop button (bottom-middle button with a square on it) can be pressed to exit the profiling wizard. A dialog will ask if you want to save the results of the session. Press the “Yes” button.At this point you can exit Media Manager and use the print mode with the newly re-built profile. Test the output of the profile. If you like the results then you can delete the copy of the print mode using the View Media Library section of Media Manager. If you do not like the results then delete the print mode, and rename the backup copy of the print mode to be the same as the old mode.* Also common to X10.2
60Print and Cut update / Changes Zund Cut Center Workflow included in Cutting Patch for X10.1Purpose of this patch is to allow simple, low maintenance integration between the ONYX RIP and the Zund cutter workflows.ONYX Cut-Server will access information about the Zund Cutter Media Profiles which is done by “Export All Medias”Further configuration steps can be referencedin the white paper “Zund_CutCenter_Workflow_in_101_Cutting_Patch”.pdf* Also common to X10.2
61Print and Cut update / Changes Zund Cut Center Workflow included in Cutting Patch for X10.1When “Automatically Cut New Files” is selected, the ONYX CUT-Server will send the file to the Zund CutCenter as soon as it is received from the RIP, without the need for operator interaction.* Also common to X10.2
62Print and Cut update / Changes Summa Cutter Workflow Changes included in Cutting Patch for X10.1This patch adds support forSumma USBOPOS XY marksSumma Barcode Server automated WorkflowFlex-CutMulti Layer cuttingFurther configuration steps can be referenced in the white paper “Summa_Changes_for_101_Cutting_Patch”.pdf* Also common to X10.2
63Print and Cut update / Changes Summa Cutter Workflow Changes included in Cutting Patch for X10.1Summa USB SupportThis device uses a special USB driver and can connect up to 4 devices* Also common to X10.2
64Print and Cut update / Changes Summa Cutter Workflow Changes included in Cutting Patch for X10.12 New Optional Marks available in jobs printed through both RIP Queue and Layout ToolXY MarkPostnet Barcode for Automatic Cutting* Also common to X10.2
65Print and Cut update / Changes Summa Cutter Workflow Changes included in Cutting Patch for X10.1Updated Summa Cutter Settings for use of new marks and new featuresOPOS XY Flex Cut* Also common to X10.2
66Print and Cut update / Changes Summa Cutter Workflow Changes included in Cutting Patch for X10.1Summa Cut Center and Barcode ServerIn addition to cutting directly to the Summa cutters, the Onyx CUT-Server driver now supports the Summa Cut Center and Barcode Server.* Also common to X10.2
67Print and Cut update / Changes Summa Cutter Workflow Changes included in Cutting Patch for X10.1Multi Layer Cutting Support. Settings can be created for through-cut, kiss-cut, flex-cut, applied to different cut layers* Also common to X10.2
68Fotoba Cutter Change Fotoba Placement Strategy Fotoba mark option were updatedfor product releases post 10.1.ChangesSelecting Marks ( highlighted in red box ):Marks can be turned off by unchecking the box.Spacing between marks and images areused in placement regardless if thecorresponding mark is enabled.When images are nested the relationship between Top & Bottom, Left & Right is specific:Top checkbox only controls one mark above the first row. Bottom checkbox controls all marks following each row.Left checkbox controls one mark on the left side of each row. Right checkbox controls all subsequent marks in the remaining columns.* Also common to X10.2
69Fotoba Cutter Change Image Width (highlighted in yellow box): Checking this box limits the horizontalmarks to the size of the nestor a single image.Double or Single Marks (highlighted in green box): Historically, the marks were always confinedto two parallel lines. Selecting single willeliminate one, to be compatiblewith different devices.* Also common to X10.2
70Technical Notes: Known Issues From Job Editor, submit jobs as separate tiles and make copy of image causes the individual jobs to be deleted in the RIP-QueueImmediate work around is to uncheck make copy of image from related QuicksetsThis is currently scheduled to be fixed in the next updateUnable to complete installation correctly if the system temp dir. has been movedInstall looks like it completed ok but there are no registry entries, shortcuts etc. even though the install dir. and files are presentFrom Media Manager - Barbieri SpectroPad: Measurement Condition isn’t getting passed to the device (only an issue if you change your condition then try to re-read without reprinting)The Zund CutCenter workflow generates a phantom or empty registration layer that prevents automation if you use the pdf trimbox or generate tile outline in RIP-Queue. You have to manually remove the registration layer