Mac Updates: CUPS 1.6.2, QuarkXPress 9.5.1, Adobe Drive 4.2
Funky old printer that still works, but can’t find a driver? Chances are CUPS, a.k.a. the Common Unix Printing System, prolly has you covered. Rounding out today’s Mac update report are tweaks for QuarkXpress and the ever popular Adobe Drive.
• CUPS 1.6.2 (release notes, download)
— Adds localizations for Czech, French, and Russian, adds several improvements to the USB backend on Linux, and fixes several printing and tool bugs
— Click above for complete list of changes (scores of items)
• QuarkXPress 9.5.1 (blog, downloads
— Issue file size optimization to create even smaller App Studio downloads
— Option to embed any TrueType or OpenType font into App Studio layouts
— New horizontal scroll box interactive enrichment
— Scroll support for web views
— The ability to add interactivity to anchored boxes
— New “Open File” action for embedding additional media within HTML5 content
— QuarkXPress 9.5.1 also adds Windows 8 support.
• Adobe Drive 4.2 (release notes, download)
— An updated Adobe Experience Manager DAM Connector integrates with AEM 5.6 DAM, with performance improvements.
— An updated CMIS connector integrates with Alfresco 4.2, IBM FileNet P8, and Microsoft SharePoint 2013.
— The Drive 4 submenu is now correctly placed in the file context menu for Mac OS Finder.
— New file status icons are shown when viewing managed assets in a platform file browser (Windows Explorer or Mac OS Finder). The new icons show the DAM status of a file that is checked out by the user, checked out by another user, or up-to-date.
— Performance is improved when loading a number of assets in Adobe Bridge for the first time.
— A number of fixes in AEM DAM 5.6 affect Adobe Drive functionality
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