Quark Software, best known for its QuarkXPress page layout software, has been acquired by Parallax Capital Partners LLC, a private equity firm based in California and specialising in software. Parallax will invest further in Quark to drive up adoption for its content automation solutions. Continue reading “Quark acquired by Parallax venture capital”
Quark has announced the next major release of its page layout program, QuarkXPress 2017, due to ship this spring. Continue reading “QuarkXPress 2017 gains new image editing”
Quark is due to release the next update to its eponymous page layout program later this month on 24 May. Details of the new features can be found in an earlier story here. Quark is still running two special offers, which will end on the 24th: customers ordering QuarkXpress 2015 or an upgrade from any version will receive a free upgrade to QuarkXpress 2016; customers that already have the 2015 version can order an upgrade now for half the price.
Quark has updated its eponymous page layout program with the release of QuarkXPress 2015. The company has listened to its users and delivered the top 10 features requested in a survey. This included faster performance and better robustness, which Quark has largely achieved by completing the transition to 64-bit code, which also means that it can take full advantage of all the RAM available (32-bit programs are limited to 4GB of RAM). Continue reading “QuarkXPress 2015 now available”
Callas has pointed out that the 2015 edition of QuarkXpress, expected to be released at the end of March complete with PDF/X-4 support, will use its pdfToolbox software to verify the PDF output, the same technology used in Adobe Acrobat. Continue reading “Callas underpins Quark PDF/x-4 output”
Quark has announced that it will update its venerable QuarkXpress page layout program with a new 2015 edition due out in March. This will see a new 64-bit architecture and support for PDF/X-4 output. Continue reading “Quark to support PDF/X-4”
Quark Software has shown off the next major version of its layout program, QuarkXPress 2015, which will be released in the first quarter of next year. Continue reading “Quark announces new 2015 version”
Quark has announced a new Document Converter that allows QuarkXPress users to open legacy QuarkXPress files in QuarkXPress 10. It’s a free tool and supports documents created with QuarkXPress 7-10, saving the need to keep an older copy of QuarkXpress around. However, it won’t open legacy documents created in versions 3-6. It can batch process a whole folder as well as individual documents.