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by Jim Oblak
11 Dec 2007, 22:06
Forum: QuarkXPress 8, 9 & 10: General
Topic: Converting InDesign CS2 to Quark 7
Replies: 4
Views: 128

Converting InDesign CS2 to Quark 7

InDesign offers full editing ability.

Next to actually using InDesign, Markzware is as good as you can get. There are no other developers that offer a conversion tool like Markzware.
by Jim Oblak
11 Dec 2007, 16:02
Forum: QuarkXPress 8, 9 & 10: General
Topic: Large-size format
Replies: 6
Views: 169

Large-size format

The missing variable in all this is the required bitmap image resolution. Without this info, everything else is meaningless.

Type is a vector element that should not become fuzzy when scaled. If you are going to rasterize the type, you need to know the printer's expected resolution.
by Jim Oblak
11 Dec 2007, 14:28
Forum: QuarkXPress 8, 9 & 10: General
Topic: Photo resolution
Replies: 8
Views: 225

Photo resolution

I'm sure you have heard the expression 'recipe for disaster'. :lol: The upsampling suggested earlier might be suited for larger images. You are likely to turn what you have to mush if you try to stretch them that large. A camera with that low of resolution (possibly like a cell phone camera) is prob...
by Jim Oblak
11 Dec 2007, 13:44
Forum: QuarkXPress 8, 9 & 10: General
Topic: Photo resolution
Replies: 8
Views: 225

Photo resolution

[img]../../themes/default/images/icon-quote.gif"> [strong]Thimble:[/strong]I should probably be asking this question in an Adobe Forum, but the people over there aren't nearly as nice as the ones who hang out here. You might be confusing the Windows Photoshop with the Mac Photoshop forums. You don't...
by Jim Oblak
11 Dec 2007, 13:30
Forum: QuarkXPress 8, 9 & 10: General
Topic: .QXP to .QXD
Replies: 8
Views: 218

.QXP to .QXD

[strong]charlieartist:[/strong]Being that Quark 7 has been out for for over a year and a half, it speaks volumes about the commitment of this vendor. I would not take issue with the vendor. There are plenty of vendors that are waiting for a stable version of QuarkXPress. While 7.x has been out for a...
by Jim Oblak
11 Dec 2007, 11:12
Forum: QuarkXPress 8, 9 & 10: General
Topic: .QXP to .QXD
Replies: 8
Views: 218

.QXP to .QXD

[strong]dianehk:[/strong]Can't save back beyond v.6, however. ...which is what a QXD file would be. QXP was introduced in version 6. Send a PDF file based on a joboptions/profiles specified by your printer. Saving down to a previous version of a layout file is the second most reckless thing one can ...
by Jim Oblak
08 Dec 2007, 20:56
Forum: QuarkXPress 8, 9 & 10: General
Topic: Photos
Replies: 8
Views: 203

Photos

1000 DPI?

You may want to consult with a graphic design professor/instructor.
by Jim Oblak
06 Dec 2007, 16:30
Forum: QuarkXPress 8 & 9: Web authoring (HTML4) - discontinued
Topic: How do I turn my Quark project into a graphic for the web?
Replies: 25
Views: 1162

How do I turn my Quark project into a graphic for the web?

I might be easier to take a digital camera, photograph your monitor displaying your QuarkXPress layout, connect the camera back to the computer, transfer the JPG, and upload that to your website. Try looking in the support forums (specifically the web design forum). This sofa forum is not the best p...
by Jim Oblak
06 Dec 2007, 16:25
Forum: QuarkXPress 8, 9 & 10: Output (Printing & PDF Export)
Topic: Acrobat Prof. 6 HATES Norton Anti Virus
Replies: 18
Views: 740

Acrobat Prof. 6 HATES Norton Anti Virus

[strong]thing:[/strong]Don't pay for this stuff! Macs with OS X don't need it. Never defrag, it causes more problems than it's worth. Some correction... ClamAV is a free antivirus that ships with OSX Server. You can optionally download it for regular OSX. Self-updating antivirus apps do not protect ...
by Jim Oblak
06 Dec 2007, 16:10
Forum: QuarkXPress 8 & 9: Web authoring (HTML4) - discontinued
Topic: my quark site!
Replies: 21
Views: 952

my quark site!

For accessibility and search engine recognition, you'll want to tweak your menu so that there is ALT and/or TITLE tags for each menu item link. Most of this can be done in QuarkXPress. Without this hidden data, search engines cannot interpret what your images mean.

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