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    Simple question here. I am located in South Central Minnesota and I was wondering if anyone in Minnesota or neighboring states were running Prinergy v4.0 in a production environment ? If so where are you located and how do like it compared to v3.1.0.6?

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    Re: Prinergy v4.0 in a Production Environment

    Is Illinois consider a neighboring state?

    I actually just updated to 4.0.2.0c on Sunday. Seems to work alright... so far. Although the update could have gone a bit smoother.

    We did have one job that refined bad when we used the new Adobe PDF Print Engine. When we refined with the Adobe CPSI everything was fine. I have been assured by the RC that upgrading to 4.0.2.1c will fix the problem with the Adobe PDF Print Engine. I am upgrading tomorrow morning.

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      Re: Prinergy v4.0 in a Production Environment

      We are running 4.0.2.1c and have only seen a couple of new glitches otherwise things are going well.

      The biggest difference between Prinergy 3 and 4 is that it now accepts transparency. No more work arounds/flattening to get your files to output correctly.

      Kodak has announced that there is another updater that is nearly ready. 4.0.2.2.

      I am located in MPLS. and you can contact me with additional questions.

      Jeff

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        Re: Prinergy v4.0 in a Production Environment

        Jeff,

        How long have you been running Prinergy 4.0.2.1c and what speed network do you have the Prinergy server and computers accessing the Prinergy server on? I was also wondering what size of pdf files do you usually refine through Prinergy and how is the performance?

        Thanks

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          Re: Prinergy v4.0 in a Production Environment

          Upgrading to 4.0.2.1c did indeed fix the problem with the Adobe PDF Print Engine. 4.0.2.1c seems to be pretty stable after I worked the initial kinks out. I have switched us over to using the PDF Print Engine for all jobs.

          I would say if you are thinking about upgrading to go for it. They finally built in the ability to scroll! Why it took this long I do not know.

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