Toronto (ON), Canada–JANUARY 18, 2007–Zevrix Solutions today
announced the release of version 1.5 of InPreflight, a comprehensive
quality control solution for Adobe InDesign that lets users quickly
and easily locate potential problems and produce error-free documents.
InPreflight provides a robust, fast, user-friendly and affordable
preflight solution for service providers, printers, ad agencies,
designers and publishing houses. It gives extensive information about
all document’s fonts, colors and links and allows to quickly spot
potential problems according to user defined preflight settings.
InPreflight saves users hours of checking their documents manually
and dealing with consequences of costly mistakes.
Version 1.5 lets users group preflight settings into presets based on
preflight requirements for specific types of projects. Users can
select various attributes to be flagged as problems, such as color
mode, font type, image effective resolution, link status and other.
The new version also allows to detect the Registration color used in
document’s text, warns about links placed from unapproved locations,
displays complete list of problems for selected elements and
introduces several other powerful new features.
Users can also generate detailed preflight report, open links in
default application and show them in InDesign document, reveal
links/fonts in Finder and activate InDesign’s Package command
directly from InPreflight. Users of the Xinet FullPress workflow have
an option to automatically relink images to hi-res OPI volumes before
Pricing and Availability
InPreflight 1.5 can be purchased from the Zevrix Solutions web site
for an introductory price of US$39.95 (http://www.zevrix.com), as
well as from authorized resellers. Demo is also available for
download. InPreflight 1.5 is available for Mac OS X 10.4.2 and
higher, and works with Adobe InDesign CS and CS2.
About Zevrix Solutions
Zevrix Solutions is dedicated to developing productivity solutions
for desktop publishing on Mac OS. Zevrix Solutions is located in
Toronto (ON), Canada.