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kyle
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Last Activity: 06-15-2019, 11:05 PM
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  • kyle
    replied to Labels not aligned
    Whatever created the PDF is the actual problem - it's not preparing it for the labels you're using. Your printer is probably printing the PDF correctly. Try to zoom the PDF until it's actual size on your...
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  • kyle
    replied to Labels not aligned
    It looks like the position in your PDF is not correct so ideally you would fix this upstream. The position in the PDF actually looks slightly higher (more wrong) than your printed sheet. So unless the...
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  • What Steve0 posted sounded like the most plausible explanation to me, but then you posted your measurements from another machine that look fine. I'm guessing your measurement technique isn't different...
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  • I've never seen measurements that erratic. I always look at the measurements to make sure nothing looks wrong after calibrating, so I've probably seen that screen several hundred times.

    The...
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  • kyle
    replied to Spot colour problems
    Do you have "spot color matching" turned on in advanced color settings for the job? Is it just one problematic file or any spot color from any file? I've seen a few PDFs where the colorant name...
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  • I don't know anything about the software you're using, but if it honors C programming/linux conventions, perhaps one of the following might work:

    \t \T \x09 \X09 \u09 \U09 \u0009 \U00000009...
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  • kyle
    replied to auto launch PitStop
    That might be doable. The method I prefer is to put all of the commonly used Pitstop tools in the "quick tools" toolbar (View > Show/Hide > Toolbar Items > Show Quick Tools/Customize...
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  • kyle
    replied to auto launch PitStop
    Do you mean the inspector palette, or the place where you see things like the eye dropper and the "edit path" tool?

    On my version, the inspector is strangely missing from the menu...
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  • kyle
    replied to auto launch PitStop
    I've attached a javascript file for Acrobat that should do it. You'll probably need to check some boxes in Acrobat preferences > JavaScript for this to work. After you unzip it, Ctrl+click or right...
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  • kyle
    replied to auto launch PitStop
    I'm doing this on a Mac, but it's a bit of an ugly hack and fairly complicated.

    I have an Acrobat javascript that runs when Acrobat starts, but Acrobat javascript can't execute external code...
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    Last edited by kyle; 05-21-2019, 11:51 AM.

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