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How can you activate or deactivate Esko licenses? There are different options to choose from...
The following are the minimum system requirements for DeskPack Plugins for Adobe® Illustrator® 16.
I need to provide my Company Code to Esko in order to register for an Esko ID. How can I find my Company Code?
I want to start using my Esko software, but I first need a product key or a product key file to activate the licenses. Where do I find these?
The following are the minimum system requirements for Imaging Engine 16 Powered by Adobe®.
MacOS Sierra (10.12) is the next update of Apple's MAC OS X operating system. It will be available on Sep 20th, 2016.
On November 2nd 2016, Adobe® released an update to their Creative Cloud® with updates of Adobe® Illustrator® and Adobe® Photoshop®:
When trying to start the FLEXlm License Manager service, the service can not be started and the following error message appears:
It would be great to have a 'Wish' list of features shown on the website for voting purpose, and the status shown for our 'Wish' list sent to production manager, to be shown under our 'Cases'...
I need to check AE to see if a filename of a PDF has been used before for a specific client, in order not to duplicate the job. Would this be possible?
While scoring APET material the drag knife will chip ink off while creasing material. Tried to cut from the back but material would slip.
Working with the Add 3d Hardware tool, I'd like to modifiy a few of the included hooks to create a scored slot.
We're finding that when we receive Artpro files or converted Artpro files, the number of inks increases exponentially (at least double but normally more)
Does the XL46 table need calibrating as I have some pads cut and they all seem to be slightly different in size by 1mm, in and x and y axis. Does this require an engineer visit, or a solution within the table set up.
IHey there, I've burned a number of hours trying to build in a calculated cutting die cost for initial quoting based on formulas I got from my die supplier.
I'm sure there is a simple answer to this. Why is the default measurement calculations in millimeters?