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Impression Free newsletters

Posted by Mark Stephens on 07:37, 6/10/2020 |
 
With Impression Style now freely available and running on cheap modern hardware and Impression being actively developed, the Impression family is back as a serious DTP contender.
 
To help you get to grips with Impression, Chris Hall has started publishing a set of free newsletters in Pdf format and notes on his site
 
Newsletter 1 was published in October 2019. It includes a very detailed history of the Impression family of Products. It also gets into some detail on Aemulor and getting Impression-X to run. If you are new to Impression, this is an excellent place to start.
 
Newsletter 2 was published in February 2020. It covers Impression-X and Impression Style in separate sections. The new features being added to Impression-X release 5 are covered in detail and there is some nice tutorial material on printing from PDF, bugs lists and even some suggestions for wishlist features to add.
 
Newsletter 3 appeared in July 2020. It focuses on Impression-X and the improvements to JPEG handling. There is also a nice comparison on Style versus Publisher.
 
If you are looking for some information on the Impression range of products, the newsletters contain a great deal of information in a free and easy to digest format.
 
  Impression Free newsletters
  Philip52 (05:52 7/10/2020)
  markee174 (11:01 7/10/2020)
 
Philip Green Message #124953, posted by Philip52 at 05:52, 7/10/2020
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That's *VERY* interesting.
So, you're saying newsletter 2 was published next month?

;-)

[Edited by Philip52 at 06:53, 7/10/2020]
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Mark Stephens Message #124954, posted by markee174 at 11:01, 7/10/2020, in reply to message #124953
Does all the
work around here

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I have updated to the correct date of February 2020.
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