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  • #31
    Originally posted by eugenetyson View Post
    I had no resitance to switching. I was shown that drop shadows, bevels, etc. could be done right inside indesign and I thought WOW. Anyone pre-InDesign era won't know what it was like to apply drop shadows on to a colour background.

    I didn't need any convincing. I saw the interface, the better tools and made the switch ASAP.
    I resisted at first mainly because I had so many jobs that were already in Quark, and InDesign's Quark converter didn't work very well (still doesn't work that great, but works in a pinch). I wasn't too thrilled with the thought of basically redesigning hundreds of files. Plus the original InDesign did strange things with our RIP.

    I think I finally committed to switching when CS2 came along. Funny that all versions from CS2 onward work fine with our RIP.
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    • #32
      I think I worked at a place that just had the educational version of Quark. It was quite a shady place to work.
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