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by MikeWenzloff
11 Apr 2019, 07:51
Forum: QuarkXPress 8, 9 & 10: Color management
Topic: Snap 2007 Quark 9.5.1
Replies: 1
Views: 108

Re: Snap 2007 Quark 9.5.1

Hi Boats, I would use the US Newsprint (SNAP 2007) profile. The main reason is that t is the one I've downloaded from ECI in the (now distant) past. The other one (SNAP 2007) could be the same profile, just named differently. You need to create both a Color Setup (Edit menu | Color Setups > | Output...
by MikeWenzloff
06 Apr 2019, 07:18
Forum: QuarkXPress 2018: General
Topic: Using Jabberwocky
Replies: 3
Views: 218

Re: Using Jabberwocky

One can also create a text box, right-click and use the Insert Filler Text.

Mike
by MikeWenzloff
29 Mar 2019, 08:32
Forum: QuarkXPress 2018: General
Topic: I need some help exporting to JPEG
Replies: 23
Views: 959

Re: I need some help exporting to JPEG

It is the font that is faulty. I get the same behavior in a couple different applications I tried. The good news is that the font is fixable. This screen shot is from a PDF after I fixed the font: capture-002622.png If this font family is going to be used regularly, send me a private message with yo...
by MikeWenzloff
29 Mar 2019, 08:19
Forum: QuarkXPress 2018: General
Topic: I need some help exporting to JPEG
Replies: 23
Views: 959

Re: I need some help exporting to JPEG

Converting to boxes means that the font is not a "live" font anymore--i.e., one that the text can be changed as text. The outline shape of the font has been converted to curves. One should only do it on a copy of the document as it is not reversible. Seeing how it is such an old font--and not every ...
by MikeWenzloff
29 Mar 2019, 06:57
Forum: QuarkXPress 2018: General
Topic: I need some help exporting to JPEG
Replies: 23
Views: 959

Re: I need some help exporting to JPEG

Hi John,

Judging from the age of the font, I would surmise something is corrupt in the font.

From which on-line place did you obtain the font?
Did you convert to curves (called boxes in Q)?

I can look inside the font itself and see if something is up.

Mike
by MikeWenzloff
26 Mar 2019, 23:24
Forum: QuarkXPress 2018: General
Topic: I need some help exporting to JPEG
Replies: 23
Views: 959

Re: I need some help exporting to JPEG

If that link is what a printing company sent you, I would run away from them. I'm serious. To give the company itself the benefit of the doubt, it could have been a completely clueless individual giving out that link. But no, and I mean no, self-respecting print establishment would give that link to...
by MikeWenzloff
26 Mar 2019, 18:29
Forum: QuarkXPress 2018: General
Topic: I need some help exporting to JPEG
Replies: 23
Views: 959

Re: I need some help exporting to JPEG

Excellent, John. Thanks for reporting back.

BTW, I don't know if you use Facebook or not. There is a closed QuarkXPress group that is fantastic and answers are quick.

Take care, Mike
by MikeWenzloff
25 Mar 2019, 21:26
Forum: QuarkXPress 2018: General
Topic: I need some help exporting to JPEG
Replies: 23
Views: 959

Re: I need some help exporting to JPEG

Hi John, Did you import the Moo.xml output profile? If not, with the GRACoL profile installed, do so. I use Windows so there may be a difference to the screen shot below. To access the output profile, the screen shot shows I have accessed the Output Styles window. On Windows, it is under the Edit me...
by MikeWenzloff
23 Mar 2019, 09:45
Forum: QuarkXPress 2018: General
Topic: I need some help exporting to JPEG
Replies: 23
Views: 959

Re: I need some help exporting to JPEG

Thanks, J. Yes, those two blues will be problematic as regards brightness but likely will print a tad brighter in tone if using a gloss paper stock. The green is fine. In general, I often us RGB for on-line print establishments. I did that for some business cards at Vista Print. I don't know if one ...
by MikeWenzloff
22 Mar 2019, 17:41
Forum: QuarkXPress 2018: General
Topic: I need some help exporting to JPEG
Replies: 23
Views: 959

Re: I need some help exporting to JPEG

CMYK's color gamut--the amount/depth of color a printing process using CMYK inks can reproduce--is less than RGB can render to a screen. Much of CMYK's color can reasonably represent RGB color but fails towards RGB's more extreme positions, like in the image here: https://www.printelf.com/assets/img...

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