From Bodoni Systems:
When adding a new standard, proofSIGN uses the ICC profile description to name the target. This is now editable. New Windows Installer adds the charts and manual to the Programs menu.
[FIXES] Better filename validation for added standards. Small cosmetic changes to the preferences window location, and the add standard window. ISO 12647-7 compliance check. This includes a Ã??Ã?Â¢??H test for the CMYK primaries, and grey balance New ISO 12647-7 default tolerances. New proofSIGN chart that is complient with ISO 12647-7. This is available as a PDF, EPS & TIF The Date / Time information is configurable. The options are Date & time (default), Date only, and none. This affects PDFs, and labels Mac Universal Binary PDF is colour coded. Failed checks appear in Red PDF has ISO 12647-7 Ã??Ã?Â¢??H information for each colour
proofSIGN verifies your printed proofs to any standard. proofSIGN includes setups to verify your proofs to ISO standards for offset litho sheetfed, web and newspaper printing, but you can now generate your own standards from any CMYK ICC profile using either the FOGRA mediawedge, or the included proofSIGN chart. Never again be unsure whether any proof you give to your printers is inaccurate, or whether as a printer any proof you give to your clients is accurate in colour and only shows the colours you can print. Generate a Pass/Fail PDF report and print out a label to attach to each proof. Works with any RIP that can add a TIF as a control strip, and has full instructions and files for adding the proofSIGN control strip to the Best Colorproof, GMG, EFI XF and Proofmaster RIPs.
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