This archive contains an updated version of the Adobe In-RIP Trapping plug-in that was previously released November 14-December 19, 1997. If inks print out of register, or gaps or color shifts appear between objects, trapping compensates for this misregistration by creating tiny overlaps (called traps) between colors on a printed page. The Adobe In-RIP Trapping plug-in for Adobeﾮ PageMakerﾮ lets an output device that supports Adobe In-RIP Trapping create these traps automatically as part of the printing process so you don't have to take extra steps to prepare each graphic or area of abutting colors. Furthermore, the In-RIP Trapping plug-in lets you designate which pages to trap, speeding up printing of pages that need no trapping (such as those with only one color). You can even create trap styles ﾗ collections of custom settings that you use over and over for entire documents or on a page-by-page basis.
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ﾕ Adobe PageMaker 7.0 or later for Mac OS (English-language versions of PageMaker only)
ﾕ Refer to the current system requirements for PageMaker 7.0 (http://www.adobe.com/products/pagemaker/systemreqs.html)
ﾕ An Apple Power Macintosh computer or equivalent
ﾕ An Adobe PostScriptﾮ output device that supports Adobe In-RIP Trapping
ﾕ A PostScript Printer Description (PPD) file that supports Adobe In-RIP Trapping
After downloading a ".hqx" file on a Macintosh, use StuffIt Deluxe or StuffIt Expander to access the file's contents. StuffIt Expander is available as a freeware product.
NOTE: Please ensure you have the latest version of StuffIt by Allume Systems, Inc.
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1. Exit PageMaker.
2. Copy the In-RIP Trapping.add file into the Adobe PageMaker 7.0:RSRC:Plugins folder.
3. Restart PageMaker.
To determine if your PostScript output device supports Adobe In-RIP Trapping, contact the manufacturer. If the device does not support Adobe In-RIP Trapping, you can create traps using the trapping feature in PageMaker (choose File > Preferences > Trapping).
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