You are an existing customer and you are interested in our new version 20? No problem! If you have an active Value Pack, the upgrade is free of charge. In this blog entry, we answer the most important questions about upgrading from V10 to V20.Continue reading
In the past the upgrade from one version to another needed to be done manually and took time and patience. Thanks to the integrated function for backup and restore back then in version 8.11 the update can be done fully automatically and without hassles. This is also true for the new Version 20.Continue reading
Many large format printers today are set up modular which allows the manufacturer to streamline their printer to the customer’s needs. CMYK, CMYKLcLm, varnish or primer? Dependent on the installation there are several different configurations some large format printers can use.Continue reading
with this blog we would like to inform you that we can drive the Epson SureColor SC-F500 by integrating its Windows driver.Continue reading
In support we are more frequently confronted with customers reporting a several minute long program start. In this article I would like to explain the cause of it and how to speed it up.Continue reading
We would like to inform you that we have recently updated our step by step guides to several modules and functions in Productionserver.Continue reading
Instructions for the User Account and Product Registration for the ColorGATE Website is now available as a video.
Due to power failures and similar external influences, it can happen that the PC simply goes out while Productionserver is writing data. The next time the software tries to start, it may not open anymore. The reason for this is usually that a job folder is defective. The following article briefly explains what you can do to get Productionserver 10 up and running again. If you have any questions, please contact our Websupport-System. Continue reading
In addition to many corrections and small improvements 10.20 also offers some useful extensions for spot color handling.
Normally logging is just something that just happens in the background when running a software, but when a problem comes up, it suddenly becomes more important. While working in Support we often check the log files of Productionserver. If for example a printing process is canceled or the software isn’t starting anymore, these text files can help to find the real cause. This information can then help our developers to improve the software. As a user you don’t have to analyze the log files yourself, so that this article just describes how the logging is activated.