Loc: Lancaster PA USA
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>"Well, I can't give it to exactly as it was when I printed it, as I set it up at work on a windows machine. I can give you a really good approximation of what I did though."<p><hr></blockquote><p>What might you have done to accomodate me and my Mac? It might make a difference. You really shouldn't have had to do anything.<br><br>Windows or Mac, it shouldn't much matter, as InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop document files are pretty much seamlessly platform-agnostic. The only worries might come with fonts and in any application version disparities.<br><br>I have InD 2.0.2, Photoshop 7.0.1 and Illustrator 8.0.1. If you have used any features from newer versions that aren't supported in the versions I have, then there could be a problem. Windows font versions can be read and used by OS X, so that's usually not a huge problem. Besides, I have TransType if I have to make any platform or format conversions of fonts.<br><br>
Several of those tools look useful. Thanks for the link. :-)<br><br>I'm still using Illustrator 9 in OS 9 (I run it in Classic). It still works fine. I will look into those plugins later on when I get home from work. I just looked out the window and realized that I have to shovel my way out of the driveway again... :-(<br><br>
Loc: The Wizard's Balcony
I just meant taht the actual files that I used to print are still on the windows machine at work. So I couldn't send an exact copy. But i set it up just the same way I did at work. I'm using CS at both places.<br><br>I'm going to take a look at it later when I get there. We jsut got a new front end on the thing, so it may be something as simple as not having the thing calibrated properly.<br><br>
Loc: Pacific NW, USA
That is really clever Trey. I like it. <br>In Sydney it is called a Hen's Party. I did one for a girl from there in Illustrator. Yours is much steamier. Must be a southern thing. It was great fun though.<br><br><br><br><br><br>
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
BTW, Trey...<br><br>Something was wrong with the InDesign file you sent me...couldn't open it in my copy (InD 2.0.2). Either that, or I'm out of date or corrupt somewhere. What version did you use?<br><br>Anybody else got an idea what I should do about the alert message shown below? I never came across it before.<br><br><img src="http://home.comcast.net/~phoz/bbs/InDesignAlert.jpg" width="435" height="263"/><br><br>
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