* ClassPag now places unflowed display ads in the paste list.
This makes it easier to locate in-column display ads and keyed display ads
if you have configured ClassPag to unflow them.
* The "User Preferences" screen of the product configuration has a new
field "Unflow Keyed Display Ads... Max Width" which replaces the field
"Unflow Display Ads ... Keyed" to control whether ClassPag unflows
keyed display ads. The value "0" keeps all keyed display ad on pages.
The value "1" unflows 1 column display keyed ads and keeps keyed display ads
of 2 or more columns on pages.
The value "2" unflows 1 and 2 column keyed display ads and keeps
keyed display ads of 3 or more columns on pages, etc.
A value equal to or greater than the widest ad in the product unflows
all keyed display ads.
An empty value defaults to unflowing all keyed display ads.
This makes it easier to work with products that have full page keyed ads.
* The control record has a new field "Show Class List" and the "Class Loading"
screen of the product configuration screen has a new field "Show Class List
when opening a session" to control whether ClassPag shows the classification
list when you start a new session. The default value of "Y" shows the list.
You can skip the list by setting the field to "N".
If the control field is set, it overrides the configuration field.
You can use this to save a step when opening session if you always
load class nestings and never need to see the class list,
* ClassPag no longer asks before rebuilding banners when "Rebuild in preview"
on the "Folios and Banners" screen of the product configuration is "A".
ClassPag still used to ask in a few situations.
* If the banners depend on the classification database, when ClassPag rebuilds
the banners, if the classification pages have changed, ClassPag automatically
rebuilds the classification database and no longer prompts you.
This saves a step and avoids the chance that you could have answered "No" and
built banners with incorrect text.
* ClassPag no longer asks before adjusting the folio count if the field
"Auto-adjust last page" on the product configuration screen "Page Numbers"
is "Y" or empty. This improves the automation of folio generation.
* When you close a session, ClassPag no longer asks you twice to send an outext
file when "Ask if not written" on the "Outext Export" product configuration
screen is "T". The first question now asks if you want to create and export
an outext, and if you say "Yes", ClassPag does not show any further prompts
or dialogs unless the command to send the outext returns an error status.
* The "Outext Export" screen of the product configuration has a new field
"Show Record Type List" to control whether ClassPag shows the record type list
before writing an outext. The default is "Y" to show the list. You can set it
to "N" if you always use the settings in the product configuration.
* If a page is marked for full color, the page display now shows the
letters "CMY" or three color squares or a color wheel (according to
the setting of "Page color format" on the "Page Display Preferences"
screen of the product configuration). ClassPag would sometimes show
pages marked for full color as "F" or a black square or a black circle.
This change makes the color markings clearer and more consistent.
Before unflowing ads. All display ads in this product are keyed.
The maximum unflow width is 2 columns.
After unflowing, the keyed display ads of 3 or more columns remain on their pages, and the keyed display ads of 2 or less columns are on the paste list.
Product configuration field to show the class list.
Control field to show the class list.
The only question when sending an outext at the end of a session.
I set "Ask if not written" to "T" to get the prompt above.
"S" and "A" write the outext automatically without any prompts.
"F" does not ask and does not write an outext.
Product configuration field to show the outext record type list.
Color wheel on all full color pages, even if they are marked Full instead of CMY.
Page 3 is B&W. Page 5 is Cyan. All of the other pages are full color.