Tag: linux

Qoppa Software announces release of PDF Studio 7

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Qoppa Software software has announced the release of PDF Studio 7, a major new version of their cross-platform PDF editor for Windows, Mac and Linux.

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Ubiquitous PDF: The Free Penguin Project

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Some Linux fans woke up one day and asked themselves an important question. ‘Why is it,’ they said, ‘that on the one hand in the Linux world all code of software is freely available and on the other hand the code to compile a soft toy penguin is still not open source?’

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ABBYY announces new OCR SDK for Linux

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ABBYY has announced the availability of ABBYY FineReader Engine 9.0 for Linux, a robust software development kit (SDK) to integrate ABBYY optical character recognition (OCR), barcode recognition, and PDF conversion technologies into Linux-based applications.

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Adobe set to release final Reader 7.0 for Linux

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Adobe Systems is announcing the forthcoming availability — expected to be posted for free download beginning Tuesday, April 12 — of the final, updated Reader 7.0 for the Linux operating system.

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PDF Tools releases 3-Heights PDF Optimization Tool

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PDF Tools AG has released 3-Heights PDF Optimization Tool, its software development tool for optimizing PDF documents for size, fast-Web viewing and high-quality printing.

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AdLib eXpress 2.9 released

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AdLib eDocument Solutions has announced an update to AdLib eXpress. Adding support for Unicode fonts, version 2.9 can be accessed from multiple platforms such as Linux and Unix due to its integration with AdLib’s complimentary Exponent product.

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Dalim Software and Xitron Partner to Provide Linux-Based RIP

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Dalim Software and Xitron, Inc. have announced a partnership that will offer Xitron’s Navigator RIP for Linux to Dalim Software customers. The collaboration will make the RIP available from certified Dalim dealers.

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Adobe expands free Reader to Linux OS & PDF on consumer devices

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Adobe Systems has announced a new version its free Reader for Linux, and highlighted the first commercial application — embedding the PDF-enabling product in Sony’s newly announced car navigation system for the Japanese market.

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