QuarkXPress
QuarkXPress 10.1.0.1
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Desktop publishing solution; demo available.   Updater ($849.00)
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With QuarkXPress, you can communicate in all the ways you need to -- and always look professional -- in print and digital media, all in a single tool. Features include:
  • Easy to Use -- QuarkXPress is a powerful and full-featured tool that makes it easy to develop your ideas into gorgeous layouts.
  • Powerful Design Tools -- QuarkXPress provides an arsenal of design tools that let you turn even the most elaborate visions into reality.
  • Precision Typography -- Typography is an art form, and QuarkXPress provides the
What's New
Version 10.1.0.1:
  • Further improves quality and stability.
  • Fixes the crash issue with Japanese fonts.
Requirements
  • Intel
  • OS X 10.7.5 or later





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QuarkXPress User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 10.x:
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Dumond commented on 18 Dec 2013
Yet again, this links to the old updater (v10.0.1.0)... Here's the proper link to v10.0.2.0: http://www.quark.com/en/Support/Downloads/Details.aspx?fid=272

Cheers! ;)
[Version 10.0.2.0]


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Dlwhite commented on 07 Oct 2013
Anyone else find it SHOCKING that Quark 10 and Suitcase Fusion 5 release within WEEKS of each other, but Suitcase does not offer a Quark 10 font auto-activation plugin??? SERIOUSLY?
[Version 10.0.0.2]

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RavenNevermore replied on 08 Nov 2013
I avoid auto-activation of fonts. It's a bad thing to do if you are using customer supplied fonts, since they might have the same name, but not be exactly the same.

I prefer to make sets for jobs and turn them on first.

Auto-activation is fine if you are only using your fonts on one Mac, but I still got into the habit of not using it from years working in pre-press.
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Waveman replied on 08 Nov 2013
RavenNevermore: Try Font Agent Pro—
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RavenNevermore replied on 08 Nov 2013
Waveman, I've used it before. Seemed pretty nice. But I already own Suitcase, and it works fine too.
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Dualie replied on 11 Nov 2013
@RavenNevermore Suitcase uses the Font Sense ID to activate fonts. It doesn't go by name.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FontSense
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RavenNevermore replied on 11 Nov 2013
Dualie, that's good to know! I haven't used it in a work situation in a while. :)

But still, we put all the customer's files, including fonts on a server, and only used those fonts on the job.
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Dumond commented on 01 Oct 2013
The MU download link brings you to version 10.0.0.1

Here's the link for version 10.0.0.2: http://www.quark.com/en/Support/Downloads/Details.aspx?fid=264

Cheers!
[Version 10.0.0.2]


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Jan_rybar commented on 01 Oct 2013
Huh... Version 9.x could open docs made in old Czech versions of QXP (3-6) like a charm. Version 10.x only tells it could not open them. :( Useless for non-english users...
[Version 10.0.0.2]

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Revco replied on 01 Oct 2013
FYI Version 10 will only open docs created with v7, 8, 9 & 10.
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Septimus commented on 22 Sep 2013
As I live in Europe I'm obliged to purchase QuarkXPress 10 Europe Edition (download only) for the price of € 1.399 or $ 1.890,61.

Nuts.

Guess I'll stick with ID which includes many languages (including Dutch) for just $ 19.99 a month.
[Version 10.0.0.1]


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Moxiesozo commented on 14 Sep 2013
I wonder if this version will continue to be as bloated and slow as the last two (v8 & v9) -- dozens of icon bounces in the Dock before finally launching; taking more than a minute before you can start using it. And this is on a current-generation Mac Pro with a SSD boot drive and lots of RAM.
[Version 10.0.0.1]

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Revco replied on 14 Sep 2013
11 seconds. That's how long it takes v9 to launch on my Mac with an SSD. Yours takes longer than that?
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Abramurkwian replied on 01 Oct 2013
...on a current-generation Mac Pro with a SSD? Hmm, quite strange. On my Mac Pro, v10 needs 9s to launch, while v9 is slower and needs about 11 seconds. I agree it is not an excellent result, but IMHO it is acceptable.
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ianrid commented on 07 Sep 2013
QUARK 9 AND MAVERICKS
This comment recently posted by Quark on one of the Quark forums pages:
"Don't upgrade to OS X Mavericks [if you are running Quark 9], as QuarkXPress 9 probably won't run on Mavericks (not tested)."
You have been warned!
[Version 9.5.3]


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Imrananwar reviewed on 23 Jun 2013
Junk. Used to be a Must Have. Now, an overpriced waste.
[Version 9.5.2]

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Abramurkwian replied on 03 Sep 2013
Could you please be a little more specific?! I am afraid I disagree with your opinion...
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Tim27 replied on 15 Sep 2013
Abramurkwian, allow me to elaborate for Imrananwar:
The UI is awful. The software is as bloated and slow as Photoshop has become. It is $850 = expensive when compared to any other desktop publishing software. Even InDesign CS6 is $700.
XPress has a history of corrupting my book documents. Fortunately, after it happened the first time back in 1997, I learned to make backup copies of everything I did in XPress. On top of that, they are not quick to fix bugs (although neither is Adobe). These reasons are just some of why I've decided to make a fundamental move to independent developers such as Pixelmator, Sketch and the like. These large companies are out of touch with their target markets today.
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Aargl commented on 23 Apr 2013
I've found a lot of bugs in version 9.x (up to last update):
- absence of translation in some (many?) menus (such as H&J) of French localization
- text runaround is sometimes lost (and even unsettable again in 9.5.1!)
- anchored legends (not sure of the translation) disappear!
[Version 9.5.1.1]


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Amazon reviewed on 11 Apr 2013
I like inDesign however I love QuarkXPress fantastic software for designers.
[Version 9.5.1.1]


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Yoxi had trouble on 01 Aug 2007
Installed 7.3 update, repaired permissions, now Quark qon't start up at all, I don't even get one bounce in the dock.
[Version 7.3]

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Yoxi replied on 02 Aug 2007
Not quark's fault, in the end - the result of an archive/install in OSX leaving some of the more 'system' files out of some large apps. Quark gave me a fix for it pretty promptly.
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seika7 commented on 03 Aug 2007
In your Quark folder, go into the folder "For System" and run the QuarkXPress Components installer. If that and a restart doesn't let Quark launch, you may need to update prebindings in the Terminal:

sudo update_prebinding -root / -force

then type your password when it asks and wait several minutes for it to finish. Don't touch the computer while it's working.

Hope this helps!

--Bryan

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ttlcntrlprint rated on 01 Mar 2014

[Version 10.1]



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Leonledragon rated on 01 Mar 2014

[Version 10.1]



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big_rod rated on 02 Oct 2013

[Version 10.0.0.2]



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Mirko1978 rated on 22 Sep 2013

[Version 10.0.0.1]



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Leonledragon rated on 14 Sep 2013

[Version 10.0.0.1]



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Achim2 rated on 04 Sep 2013

[Version 9.5.3]



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::mile:: rated on 19 Mar 2013

[Version 9.5.1]



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Leonledragon rated on 21 Jan 2013

[Version 9.5]



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Maeric rated on 30 Nov 2012

[Version 9.5]



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Ghostcat rated on 06 May 2012

[Version 9.2.1]


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With QuarkXPress, you can communicate in all the ways you need to -- and always look professional -- in print and digital media, all in a single tool. Features include:
  • Easy to Use -- QuarkXPress is a powerful and full-featured tool that makes it easy to develop your ideas into gorgeous layouts.
  • Powerful Design Tools -- QuarkXPress provides an arsenal of design tools that let you turn even the most elaborate visions into reality.
  • Precision Typography -- Typography is an art form, and QuarkXPress provides the tools you need to create powerful works of typographical art. If you're a perfectionist, QuarkXPress provides all of the tools you need to reach perfection. If you're not, QuarkXPress provides presets and default behaviors that make your work look professional even when you're not paying attention to the details.
  • Digital Publishing: Web, SWF (Flash®), e-books, and more -- QuarkXPress provides a toolset that lets you design and publish for a variety of output formats -- including the Web, smartphones, e-readers, and tablets - without having to learn a different skill set for each, learn to write code or program, or purchase additional software applications.
  • Integration with other Applications -- No application is an island. That's why QuarkXPress was designed from the beginning to work with files in a wide variety of formats.
  • Layout Automation -- QuarkXPress not only provides you with world-class layout tools -- it provides you with automation tools that allow you to create top-end design quickly and efficiently.
  • Reliable Print Output -- The most gorgeous print layout in the world is no good if you can't print it. With over two decades of experience as the premiere tool for creating high-quality printed output, QuarkXPress has the tools you need to make sure that your layouts look the way you design them, both on the screen and on the press, without time-consuming troubleshooting and tweaking.
  • Collaboration -- Do you need to keep style and color definitions consistent within a workgroup? Would you like to be able to have more than one person working on a layout at the same time - even if they're in different locations? Would you like to be able to import an Excel spreadsheet, then automatically update the layout when the spreadsheet changes? QuarkXPress helps you to make sure that when you work with others, you're really working together.


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