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Electronic Ink is a software studio devoted to creating finely crafted small software products. The company is among the foremost developers of Xtras for Adobe Director, and has been a part of the Director development community as creators of XObjects, Xtras, and complete CD-ROM productions since 1990.

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PrintOMatic 1.8
Posted December 15, 2011

The current release version of PrintOMatic and PrintOMatic Lite is 1.8.

This version is compatible with Director 11 and 11.5, and supports as Mac OS X "Lion" as well as Windows 7.

If you own version 1.7.x of PrintOMatic or PrintOMatic Lite, you will need an upgraded serial number to work with the latest version of the Xtras.

New users, and users of versions older than 1.7 will need a new serial number for these Xtras.

For more information, and to download unregistered versions of the software that you can try out before you buy, visit our products page.


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PrintOMatic 1.8 Beta 5 for Mac and Windows
Posted June 2, 2008

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The Only Printing Xtras for Director 11?
Posted May 21, 2008

Ok, sure, PrintOMatic and PrintOMatic Lite for Director 11 are still in beta form, not final releases yet. But the fact is, you can download, use, and even publish with them right now using Director 11.

So as far as we know, that makes PrintOMatic the only cross-platform printing solution that's currently available for -- and built for -- Director 11. Sure, that's going to change soon: other folks are working on updating their Xtras too.

But if you need to print from Director 11 right away, go ahead and download our betas and use them. From all reports we've heard the betas are pretty solid and reliable.
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