Release Notes 1.7.8 - Durst Workflow
With version 1.7.8, new features are included in the Impose Editor, Cutting Devices and we have updated how Print Items, Articles and Orders are handled. Additional improvements have been made concerning Fixups and Print Data processing.
New Features in Version 1.7.8
Impositions based on either ImageBox or Image-Box + Bleed
One Print Item per Column in Step & Repeat
Offset per lane for Step & Repeat
Now you can define a vertical offset per lane in Step and Repeat. This offset is for a better finishing.
New placement method for Marks
Extended options for Orders > Print Items
- Multi-select Print Items
- Multi-selecting to Edit Print Items
- Apply Fixups to multiple Print Items
- Apply a Fixup Chain to multiple Print Items
- Create a Production Job from multiple Print Items from different Orders.
Extended Filtering options for Print Items
- Order Name
New status for Orders
New Status for Print Items/ Articles
- Rotate Page Content
This Fixup rotates page content using the specified angle when applied.
- Change Tint Value for White Channel
This Fixup removes the existing White Channel when applied and replaces it with a traced color area using the defined tint value.
- Convert RGB-Vector-Object to the CMYK-Working-Space
With this correction, RGB vector objects can be subsequently converted into the CMYK working color space.
- Set MediaBox to origin
This correction can be used to correct PDF files whose MediaBox is not set to 0/0 in the origin.
Extended Filter options
- Color Policy
- Due Date
- Order Number
- Order Name
- Print Item Status
Saving Filters system-wide for a specific user
Adobe Illustrator Plug-In
Change the Color Policy for selected Print Items in an Order
Hotfolder Error Handling
- Convert Pure Black to Rich Black
This Fixup got extended with two new options: Convert Color Space and Apply to. It is now possible to convert gray-scale images to Rich Black covering all tonal values.
- Scale Page Content
This Fixup scales page content according to the percentage entered or to the absolute values entered, depending on the option selected. Existing Bleed is adjusted accordingly.