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DTP Tools Releases History for InDesign and InCopyBrings the useful Photoshop History panel to InDesign (February 07, 2005)
DTP Tools announces immediate availability of its Adobe InDesign and InCopy plug-in History 1.0. DTP Tools History plug-in brings the useful History panel known from Photoshop to InDesign with added and improved features.
It represents a simple, yet invaluable solution that shortens the time of undoing actions and simplifies orientation in history. Using History 1.0 also decreases the risk of loosing work thanks to the separate database of screenshot states, which doesnt get deleted by certain actions (e.g. Save as), unlike the InDesign database of past actions.
* History keeps track of past actions in a document during the same session.
* Apart from seeing all available redo and undo steps, you can also take snapshots. Snapshots do not work as just bookmarks in the list, they allow you to revert to a state that is out of the list range or is obsolete.
* In History you can also create new documents from the current state by a single click.
* History 1.0 is compatible with InDesign and InCopy CS on both Mac and PC.
Pricing and Availability
A 14 days trial version of History is available for download at http://www.dtptools.com/history.
At the same URL you can also purchase the license. The product is delivered only in electronic form. Single license price is $39.
About DTP Tools and Goldwein Research Ltd.
DTP Tools is a brand of software for designers and publishers created by the Goldwein Research Company. During the past year, DTP Tools has come up with several solutions for InDesign, InCopy, QuarkXPress and FrameMaker.
Goldwein Research Ltd. was founded in 1999. Since then it has adapted the newest software technologies to the needs of publishing industry.
DTP Tools homepage is: http://www.dtptools.com.
Goldwein Research web site is: http://www.goldwein.com
History homepage is: http://www.dtptools.com/history
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