Adrian Ford on XPS et cetera

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May, 2008

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    Type writing

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    "The Japanese multinational Brother sold 12,000 electronic typewriters last year in the UK, which is its biggest market in Europe." Source: BBC
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    Timing is everything (or Actino Software XPS Toolkit)

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    LOL . When I wrote this post about EskoArtwork & Enfocus yesterday I wasn't expecting to see an announcement today that Enfocus is introducing XPS support at drupa . According to the press release, Enfocus Switch will support XPS conversion using...
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    Enfocus, Gradual and EskoArtwork

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    EskoArtwork recently announced the acquisition of Gradual Software with the merging of Gradual staff, technology and assets into the Enfocus part of EskoArtwork. It must be an interesting move for many of the individuals involved since some of the people...
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    drupa and XPS

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    It's drupa time! For those not familiar with the event, it's a rather large trade show for the printing industry that happens once every four years in Germany. One of my favorite drupa highlights is the drupa song (I think some of the team are still recovering...
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    Microsoft Contributes Web Services Protocol to Broaden Interoperability

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    As part of its customer-focused commitment to interoperability, of which XPS is one part, Microsoft has contributed its Web services protocol specification for consumer scanning peripherals (WS-Scan), to the Printer Working Group ( http://www.pwg.org...
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    Printing Green with XPS

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    My email signature varies, but typically it looks something like this: Don't need to print this? If you need simple, secure, electronic paper then try XPS . It's my take on the more common urge to 'please consider the environment before printing...
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    TC46 Web Site Update

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    Martin, chair of TC46, and the Ecma team in Geneva have updated the TC46 section of the Ecma web site. As well as details about the activities of the TC, the site now provides a formal feedback channel and details of active participants. The meeting...
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    NiXPS Two and a half

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    NiXPS announce version 2.5 of NiXPS Edit and NiXPS View and have also posted a presentation on improving your digital workflow with XPS . No letter soup... indeed! [H is learning fractions at the moment, so apologies for the post title]
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    XPS and the Office Interoperability Announcement

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    Earlier today, the Office team announced that Microsoft will expand the range of formats supported in the Office suite. In addition to the range of formats already supported in the product, support for XPS, PDF, ODF and ISO/IEC 29500 (OOXML) will be added...
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    XPS viewing for WIndows, Mac, Linux and OpenSolaris

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    I mentioned SANAtech and the cross-platform support they had for XPS in a post last year. They also have an XPS Viewer available that supports Mac OS X, Linux and OpenSolaris, in addition to Windows. More details from www.sana-tech.com/xps.html
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    Ultimate XPS Support

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    Ultimate Technologies have announced support for XPS imposition in a the Ultimate XPS Imposition Engine which will be used across their product range. In a quote from the press release, David Watson President and CEO had this to say: "...in office...
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    XPS Plus

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    You learn something new everyday... ...someone just pointed me to www.xpsplus.com , a site that provides information on XPS and XPS solutions. xpsplus.com joins xpsreview.com , which has been covering XPS for a while, but I hadn't noticed xpsplus before...
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