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Xinet Plug-Ins for InDesign 2020 (for macOS)

InDesign 2020 Plug-Ins for improved workflow with Northplains' Xinet. For macOS. Includes Annotator ID, Xinet Metadata ID, Picture Wrangler, and Xinet Support ID.

InDesign 2020 Plug-Ins for improved workflow with Northplains' Xinet. For macOS. Includes Annotator ID, Xinet Metadata ID, Picture Wrangler, and Xinet Support ID.

InDesign 2020 Plug-Ins for Northplains' Xinet, for macOS.

Includes the following:

Annotator ID 2020
Allows users to print PostScript to a Xinet PDF queue. When viewing the generated PDF, users can click on an image to go to the original image on the Xinet server.

Xinet Metadata ID 2020
Adds custom XMP information to InDesign documents so that when these documents are viewed on Xinet, users can search for text content and see full previews, including linked images.

Xinet Support ID 2020
Allows users to ”drag and drop” images from Xinet directly onto an InDesign document. Supported browsers: Xinet Pilot, Safari, and Google Chrome.

Picture Wrangler ID 2020
Facilitates the use of an Open Prepress Interface (OPI) environment, allowing users to relink/switch between For Placement Only (FPO) images and the original high-resolution images, to achieve high-quality output.

PDF Export Presets and PPDs for Xinet PDF/IR
These InDesign presets ensure PDF exports from InDesign use the correct options to support Xinet's PDF Image Replacement (IR) for both local and remote Workflows. Adobe PDF presets and PostScript Printer Descriptions (PPDs) are provided.

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Added support for InDesign 2020

Requirements:
Xinet or Xinet Studio, InDesign 2020.

Installation:
The Xinet Adobe 2020 plug-ins are installed automatically on download.

To check if they are loaded in InDesign, go to InDesign > About Plugins > Northplains.

Where to Find:
The InDesign plug-ins are installed to a ”Xinet” directory inside of the Plug-Ins folder.

Usage:
For Picture Wrangler ID 2020, InDesign users can access a Plug-Ins > Picture Wrangler menu, where they can choose to relink select images or all images or open the high-resolution image in the default editor for that file type.

For other Plug-Ins, there is no UI. As users update their InDesign files, the plug-ins add XMP information to the InDesign files so that Xinet users are able to use enhanced features when the files are loaded into Xinet.

Additional Information:
Go to https://docs.xinet.com/adobe-cc-plugins/index.html

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