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Quark 7 importing eps


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For some reason when I'm importing a vector .eps file into the new Quark the previews are appearing as low res tiffs. I want them to be sharp previews but no matter what preference I change nothing happens

Help, driving me mad
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For some reason when I'm importing a vector .eps file into the new Quark the previews are appearing as low res tiffs. I want them to be sharp previews but no matter what preference I change nothing happens

Help, driving me mad
Item>Preview Resolution>Full Resolution.

Don't know how you set it on as default though?
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Item>Preview Resolution>Full Resolution.

Don't know how you set it on as default though?
Thats great, if you could tell me how to get it to default that would be great
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Thats great, if you could tell me how to get it to default that would be great
when I was using quark 4 (or maybe 3.5...) ages ago, I think that setting some preferences (MAY only apply to tool settings) before opening a fresh document set them to default for that run. Don't hold me to it though, as this was more than 3 years ago. Still, doesn't hurt to try. BTW, I think the tool preferences are found by double clicking the tool in the palette.

Those h&j's are really annoying in Quark, so if this does work, it would be great to eliminate them
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