13 December 2016
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Clone Adobe InDesign Styles attributes in a blink with a script

Over the years, we have been working with high level press and media corporations. For most of them, it implies setting a XML Workflow within InDesign. Whatever the CMS they are equipped with, whatever the format of the publication is, it’s all about XML. But as you know it XML is just (or it should […]


1 June 2016
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An amazing and limited time offer to update your old PitStop Pro and Pitstop Server licences

If you own old Enfocus PitStop Pro and PitStop Server (up to V10), you have a temporary and unique occasion to update them to the latest version (v13). Let’s have a quick overview of what you have missed since version 11…


19 February 2016
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5 errors you will do with InDesign XML

XML Import within Adobe InDesign is tricky for rookies. It’s likely you will fall into one of its many pitfalls. You have to follow some rules if you want to get your catalog, directory or book project perfectly populated! Here are 5 errors you will probably do unless you read carefully this article. 1) Ignore the true nature of […]


29 January 2016
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2016 is full of promises !

Popular wisdom admits that one can send his greetings until last days of January. So it’s really time to do so and wish you all the best for 2016. If you are regular reader of our blog, you may have noticed nothing has been posted for a while. It’s not us loosing interest, it’s just […]


16 June 2015
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How to improve Printers and Graphic Designers relationship ?

Difficult relations between Printers and Graphic Designers is a long story. Graphic designers?…Gentle dreamers. Printers ?…Stubborn conservatives. In one word ? Conflict yesterday, battle tomorrow, struggle tomorrow. Yet there are tools to improve the relationship between Printers and Graphic Designers. Let’s have a look peacefully.


29 May 2015
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How to automate wide format printing ?

Wide format printing is not really well equiped in terms of automation. But good news, solutions are coming ! If you are wondering how to automate your Wide Format Printing process, keep on reading…


26 February 2015
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Just stop DTD validation inside Adobe InDesign…

So you have to validate your InDesign XML structure with a DTD. A DTD consists in determining how your XML structure should look like. DTD is really rigid. I mean, consider DTD as the tough guy who will not make you enter the party if you don’t wear the right clothes. However, that rigidity within InDesign, […]


23 January 2015
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How to save time with InDesign ?

Time flies inexorably. Client is waiting for the approval. Changes will be required for sure. Fix, resubmit, exports PDFs, upload to the Printer. Hopefully he won’t require changes too. In a good day, round trips will be limited, production acceptable, stress level ok. On the other days, you got used to work under big pressure […]


19 January 2015
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Best wishes for 2015

Ozalto wishes you the best for 2015 : health, happiness and prosperity.Ozalto wishes you a smooth, robust and error-free production. It’s not ? So make it your new year’s resolution to fix it and get in touch with us !


17 November 2014
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Event-Driven Programming with ExtendScript

Several years of using Adobe Flex and ActionScript have used us to Event-driven programming. In other words, get separate pieces of code to communicate without direct linking to each other. Events can mean UI events (buttons clicks…) or even application related events (menu calls, documents openings). But we want to talk about something else here. We would […]