We released a new version of APFill 6.0, an ink and toner coverage calculation tool.
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APFill Ink Coverage Calculator is intended for calculating toner/ink coverage in PDF or PS files. APFill separately measures CMYK, as well as up to 8 spot colors in a PDF file.
In addition to the usual mode of operation, where user independently selects a file and calculates its filling with the program, APFill has an automatic mode of operation and can be launched from the command line with parameters.
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TimeToPhoto creates copies of original photos while processing them. Starting from TimeToPhoto 2.8, the program adds “_timestamp” to the names of created photo files. This way, if the user accidentally selects the folder containing originals for saving processed photos, they will not be overwritten. If you want your processed photos to have the same names as their originals, you need to configure the program in the following way.
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We released a new version of APFill Ink Coverage Calculator 5.9. APFill helps to Calculate Cost Per Page—and Save Money Printing.
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UPD [07.05.2018]: The new release of APFill 6.0 allows to use any AGPL GhostScript version from 9.07 to the latest at this moment 9.23. The base version installed by default in APFill 6.0 is AGPL GhostScript 9.20 version.
APFill uses the GhostScript 9.XX library for processing PDF, PS and EPS files. When APFill is used on a 64-bit operating system, you need to install a 64-bit version of GhostScript. If the GhostScript library is not installed in the system, APFill will show a corresponding warning at program start and will suggest downloading the latest version of GhostScript that the program is compatible with. At the moment, this is version 9.10.
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