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Dynagram launches inpO2 6.0
April 14th 2016

Dynagram launches inpO2 6.0

Quebec, April 14, 2016 - Dynagram, the company that makes your work flow™, today announces the release of inpO2 6.0, now compatible with Adobe Acrobat DC for Mac and Windows. 

What's New in inpO2 v. 6.0

  • inpO2 is now compatible with both editions of Acrobat DC!
  • inpO2 has been entirely re-engineered for Acrobat DC and to adapt to its 64 bits requirements. All under-the-hood technologies have been upgraded to ensure the maximum speed, robustness andperennity, so that inpO2 continues to deserve the title of the most sturdy imposition solution for PDF-based workflows on the market.

inpO2 6.0 can be ordered directly from Dynagram, and through our world-wide network of dealers and partners.

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inpO2 - Mac OSX El Capitan compatibility
February 4th 2015

Quebec, April 14th 2016

For all inpO2 users, the new Hasp driver compatible EL Capitan is now available for download in the Utilities section.

Pour tous les utilisateurs d’inpO2, le nouveau pilote Hasp compatible pour El Capitan est maintenant disponible pour
téléchargement dans la section Utilities.


 
inpO2 5.0.3 update released
June 11th 2014

Quebec, June 11 2014 - Dynagram, the company that makes your work flow™, today release an update 5.0.3 for its inpO2 imposition software for PDF-based workflows is now available.

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Dynagram launches DynaStrip 7.5
May 16th 2013

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Dynagram launches DynaStrip 7.5

Quebec, May 16, 2013 - Dynagram, the company that makes your work flow™, today announced a productivity upgrade for its DynaStrip imposition software, version 7.5. With this latest release, DynaStrip includes the following features: 

Color layers and ink density settings for all marks
To better meet different printing needs, DynaStrip v7.5 enables prints to manage the colors and ink densities for every imposition mark. Users now have complete control in placing any mark on selected colors and avoiding excess ink coverage by using a different percentage of ink density for each color layer (CMYK or Pantone).

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