ArabicXT versions allow you to publish in Arabic, Jawi, Farsi, Kurdish and HXT and to create outstanding designs for both print and electronic media. All in one package without the need for additional language modules, like previous versions required.
The Batch Print XTensions module helps to streamline printing operations by allowing groups of QuarkXPress documents to be printed automatically. Documents can be output to any PostScript printer supported by QuarkXPress, and the Batch Print XTensions module even supports output to disc files as well.
CopyFit is designed to detect and remedy overset (or underset) text conditions in any QuarkXPress document. The product is bundled with DesignMerge® Pro software, but is also available for purchase as a standalone desktop version that works with QuarkXPress, or as a server version that works with QuarkDDS®.
CopyFlow Gold adds powerful page-assembly capabilities to QuarkXPress. It provides menu selections which enables the end user to automatically import and export text and import artwork into QuarkXPress documents. Perfect for translating a document from one language to another.
Farsi, Hebrew, Jawi, and Kurdish (Additional Language Support for ArabicXT v6.x)
Each language-support package is sold separately and is only required for ArabicXT v6.x.
FarsiXT provides the Persian language in QuarkXPress. It is sold as an addition to ArabicXT (serial number required) or as a stand-alone application. Farsi fonts are included with FarsiXT.
Jawi is the Malaysian language. JawiXT is sold as additional support for ArabicXT or as a stand-alone application. Jawi fonts are included.
HebrewXT requires Arabic XT and the Hebrew Language kit from Apple Computer. There are no fonts included with Hebrew XT, rather it uses an application, Font Converter, to convert any Hebrew system font to an HXt font that will work with the Hebrew XT.
The Group Picture XTensions module provides the power to create special QuarkXPress library elements which behave just like pictures — they can be archived, stored to a database, and imported. The difference is that when a Group Picture is imported the result is the original, native QuarkXPress elements (boxes, lines, and so on) are perfectly positioned and ready to be edited and styled normally.
To use Group Picture, start by selecting the group of QuarkXPress elements. Select Group Picture Save... from under the Utilities menu, enter a name for the picture, and click Save. A new Group Picture file will be created. To import a Group Picture, click on a picture box and select Get Picture... from under the QuarkXPress File menu. Like magic, the original QuarkXPress elements will appear on the page, using the picture box for positioning.
Besides providing all the features of the standard version, MadeToPrint XT auto for QuarkXPress runs hotfolder-based and offers unmatched power regarding automated printing, proofing or file exporting. Now includes imposition features.
MadeToPrint XT optimizes and extends output and print options in QuarkXPress and has been designed for professional users, who have to create, organize and control larger numbers of print-/output jobs.
The MPS Page Printer module for QuarkXPress allows you to output each page or spread of a document in EPS or PostScript format. For EPS output, QuarkXPress users have the option of embedding fonts within the EPS files (requires the use of the free MPS Font Collector XTensions module). For PostScript output, you have the option of creating PostScript disk files, or printing directly to a PostScript printer. The handy "Page Selection" dialogue makes it easy to choose the pages or spreads you want to print, and the naming options give you control over the final output filename. Page Printer is a must-have for anyone working with third party imposition systems, or publishing PDF pages to the web.
Sonar Bookends - Virginia Systems, Inc. 169-001 - QuarkXPress XTension
Sonar Bookends is a powerful index generator capable of producing both an index and a table of contents for a variety of applications (e.g., PDF, Microsoft Word 97 and 98, QuarkXPress, and PageMaker). Several types of indices can be produced, from a basic index to a multilevel index. The index can include chapter and file names, and can be of a single file or an entire folder. Cross-reference information can also be included.