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Elvis InDesign client for Elvis Cloud Release Notes

Elvis InDesign client for Elvis Cloud Release Notes

Elvis InDesign client 3.2.1

Elvis InDesign client 3.2.1 build 556

Release date: 25 April 2017

New features

Changes

Fixed issues

Download and install

Documentation

New features

No new features have been added to the release of the Elvis InDesign client 3.2.1.

Changes

No changes have been implemented for the release of the Elvis InDesign client 3.2.1.

Fixed issues

The following issues have been fixed in the release of the Elvis InDesign client 3.2.1:

LVSID-430 The Mac OS X installer is not signed.

LVSID-433 Remove the extraction of ElvisInDesign.app during installation on Mac OS X.

Download and install

For information about where to download and how to install the Elvis InDesign client for Elvis Cloud, see Installing the Elvis InDesign client for Elvis Cloud.

Documentation

No changes to the documentation have been made for the release of the Elvis InDesign client 3.2.1.

Elvis InDesign client 3.2.0

Elvis InDesign client 3.2.0 build 526

Release date: 11 April 2017

New features

Download and install

Documentation

New features

This is the first release of the Elvis InDesign client for use with Elvis Cloud.

Using the Elvis InDesign client in combination with Elvis Cloud, you can perform the following tasks:

  • Opening an InDesign layout directly from within Elvis Cloud, edit it in some way in InDesign and store the changes back to Elvis Cloud simply by saving and closing the layout.

Opening a layout in InDesign

Figure: Opening an InDesign layout from Elvis Cloud is done by choosing 'Open in InDesign' from the context menu.

  • Placing a file directly from Elvis Cloud onto an InDesign layout. All selected files will be loaded to the InDesign place gun from which you can place them in the regular manner.
  • Editing placed images. Images that are stored in Elvis can be easily opened for editing from within InDesign and stored back into Elvis.
  • Saving a placed image to a different file format. When editing an image it is possible to save it in a different file format, for example by turning a Photoshop file into a JPEG file or vice versa.

For full information on how to perform these and other tasks, see the documentation.

Download and install

For information about where to download and how to install the Elvis InDesign client for Elvis Cloud, see Installing the Elvis InDesign client for Elvis Cloud.

Logging in to Elvis Cloud versus Elvis 5

In order for Elvis and InDesign to be able to communicate with each other, a connection between the two needs to be established. This is done through the Log In window which can be accessed through the Log In option in the Elvis menu.

By default, the log in screen for logging in to Elvis Cloud is shown. Should you also be working with Elvis 5, you can bring up its log in screen by pressing Control (for Windows) or Command (for Macintosh) when clicking Elvis > Log In... .

Documentation

The following documentation accompanies the release of the Elvis InDesign client 3.2.0:

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