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XChange announces Xtags, DataFormXT for Quark 8

updated 06:45 pm EDT, Mon September 8, 2008

Quark 8's new extensions

XChange International has launched two XTensions for QuarkXPress 8, Xtags and DATAformXT. Both are now available for QuarkXPress 8 and also as plug-ins to Adobe InDesign.

Xtags is a text-import filter, working with picture-based data publishing, input code conversion, classified ads and more. In v8.3.2 it features a 10x speed bump when importing unanchored boxes and adds new rotation capabilities. It requires QuarkXPress 8.0 or later (and works with QuarkXPress 6 and 7 as well), and ships for approximately $355.

DataFormXT is a bi-directional database to QuarkXPress connector. Version adds QuarkXPress 8 compatibility. It creates QuarkXPress documents from a database, can export documents and can update documents as the database changes. It is shipping now for $1200.

by MacNN Staff





  1. sporobolus

    Joined: Dec 1969


    from Em Software

    one of the problems with rehashing press releases is that important context may be missed, such as the fact that the excellent plugin XTags is from a US firm, Em Software:

    the Xtags (sic) noted here is identical; perhaps XChange International, has UK rights and has sent MacNN a press release (a few weeks ago, it seems), but those outside the UK will be better served by visiting the site above (where there is also quite a bit more info than at the XChange site)

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