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Enfocus PitStop

Jul 2, 2008 9:40 AM

This may be helpful to other users.

When I did the full install of Acrobat 9 Pro Extended it did not save my Enfocus plug-in directory in the Acrobat plug-in directory. Fortunately I had a copy of the Enfocus plug-in directory and found that it could be installed simply by pasting it in the new plug-in directory.

So before instaling this new version of Acrobat be sure to save plgu-ins that you may have added. This may not work for other programs but it did for Enfocus

Howard
 
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    Jul 4, 2008 7:22 AM   in reply to (Howard_Funk)
    Could I also add the advice of checking with the maker of each plug-in
    to see if it is compatible with the new version? There are often
    issues, so upgrading Acrobat and finding you have problems with a
    vital plug-in may not be what you want. It can take many months for a
    plug-in vendor to produce a patch or new version.

    Aandi Inston
     
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    Oct 16, 2008 10:10 AM   in reply to (Howard_Funk)
    We are using Enfocus Pitstop 7.1 in conjunction with Adobe Acrobat 8.0. When changing from one color swatch to a new SPOT color swatch, the new swatch is screened instead of 100% density as it is supposed to be. Has anyone else experienced this and, if so, found a resolution to the problem?
    Also, new SPOT color swatches from the pitstop color library are assigned in RGB color mode and we prefer CMYK color mode. Has anyone found where this can be changed in the preferences?
     
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    Oct 20, 2008 11:00 AM   in reply to (Michelle_Tanley)
    What do Enfocus say?

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