[duxhelp] Re: paper size

  • From: "Peter Sullivan" <peter@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <duxhelp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2006 06:13:01 -0500

David,

It's certainly on our list to add that feature, though not for this release.

I don't think 13" paper is "quirky".

- Peter

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Subject: [duxhelp] Re: paper size

George

Thank you for the information you sent. The embosser technician did change
the copy of DBT 10.5 that is attached to our Theil Beta-X3 but clearly my
point is very valid as the customer, ie user of DBT, should be able to make
the necessary changes on the front end of the program rather than having to
go really on a technician. Perhaps this is something that could be
implemented at some stage. 

Peter
You suggested that 13 inch paper could be included for the embossers that we
currently have. Whilst this would be appreciated there is no guarantee that
we will not purchase a different embosser in the future and the facility for
the user to make the changes within the program, as was possible with 10.4,
would be the best solution. We currently have the Theil mentioned above,
several Index Basics, of various ages including a new one just ordered, and
a Tiger pro. I have been told that our paper size is quirky!


David Spybey

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