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[17 Feb 2009 | No Comment | ]

PDF Polisher-Pro has a new workflow solution aimed at getting the best quality output from a printing device.

Acrobat Plug-in, Adobe Acrobat »

[20 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]

Acrobat for Legal Professionals has published a video from an Acrobat plug-in developer which demonstrates how you can use the AutoInk plug-in and Acrobat to write directly on top of PDF documents.

Acrobat Plug-in, Editorials, General News »

[26 Sep 2008 | No Comment | ]

A quick overview — ROSEBUD is a (patent pending) collaboration solution that uses PDF as its core to provide “fast, secure, multimedia collaboration” with any document type, for any number of people.

Acrobat Plug-in, Document Management, General News »

[31 Aug 2008 | One Comment | ]

Rosebud PLM has moved to the next level with its WYSIWYG collaboration tool, Rosebud, based around Adobe PDF.
They announce that:

…”our unique method of collaboration on the Web — ‘Method and Software for enabling N-way collaboration work over the network for computers’ is officially designated as ‘patent pending’.”

and that….
Rosebud enables full lifecycle document review and supports both concurrent and independent collaboration in single platform independent software solution.

I have not had a chance to spend a great deal of time working with Rosebud myself — other than the original demo …

Adobe Acrobat »

[20 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

The Acrobat 9 SDK has been released to the Acrobat Developer Community — as PDF Developer Junkie Joel Geraci says,
Now’s the chance to show off your Kung-Fu skills and contribute to the developer community
You’ll be able to provide feedback, bugs and corrections. Sign-up and check it out — although at a touch over 50mb, perhaps give it a miss if you’re still sporting a 56k modem.
As well as this, there’s an Acrobat 9 Custom Navigator SDK available too — at least in pre-release. This uses Flex and ActionScript and doesn’t …

Acrobat Plug-in, Adobe Acrobat, General News, PDF Scanners »

[20 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

Duff Johnson, head honcho at Document Solutions Inc., has been working with scanning to PDF intelligently for almost as long as computers had keyboards (in place of punched cards). I’ve had endless discussions with him over the years about the multi-resolution technique he developed to perform intelligent scanning, OCR’ing and downsampling — based on analysis of the contents of the page — to produce the smallest file possible, with the maximum reusability.
Well, finally, it appears that with the release of Acrobat 9 he’ll stand a chance of being run out …

Acrobat Plug-in, General News, PDF JavaScript »

[20 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

I’ve had the inside tip that a new website, pdfscripting.com, a site focused on scripting Acrobat and PDF — with a healthy dose of JavaScript is on the boil. Using a subscription model, you’ll have the opportunity to access a swagger of videos, script examples, automation tools, and cut-and-paste libraries.
It’s owned and operated by WindJack solutions— who’ve been knee-deep in Acrobat & PDF since version 5.
I’ve taken a look through the beta site and I’m quite impressed — you can sign up to get the word when it’s publicly released. …

Acrobat Plug-in, Document Management »

[14 Aug 2008 | No Comment | ]

Omtool have released an update to their free Swiftwriter plug-in for Adobe Acrobat/Reader — a one-click solution that integrates PDF documents with popular document management systems.
Improvements in the new version include:

Allows users to not only save PDF documents from Acrobat or Adobe Reader directly into a configured DMS system (fully profiled), but to also allow users to open PDF documents from those same DMS systems, namely Interwoven WorkSite, Microsoft SharePoint, Open Text eDOCS (previously Hummingbird DM), and WORLDOX solutions.
Check-in and check-out capabilities are now inherent in this new plug-in version. …