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Ciberprint plus cut network trouble

Discussion in 'General Software' started by bohica1981, Apr 29, 2005.

  1. bohica1981

    bohica1981 New Member

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    We just got Ciberprint and cut from SSK sign supply after a horrid ordeal involving signwarehouse and flexisign pro. The software kicks ***!!! It is perfect for anyone who designs in Adobe Illustrator or Coreldraw! The only question I had is, does anyone know if there is a way to use it over a network like Flexi did. Only one person could have it open at a time but you could still open it. With Ciber print no one else can use my usb key off my computer. Is there maybe some way of sharing a usb drive?
     
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  2. flexiezine

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    Most programs with dongles or keys are sold as individual licenses, meaning only one instance of the program can be run from the key/computer. Multiple licenses can be purchased with most of these programs but again, each license includes one dongle/key.

    I believe Flexi 6.0v4 had a glitch in that allowed multiple users to use the one key but that was quickly changed.

    With Flexi, one key = one instance of design + one instance of production manager.
     
  3. Techman

    Techman Major Contributor

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    just read this about cybercut

    CiberCut Plus - BEST- To the outstanding value of CiberCut Max, CiberCut Plus adds an expanded estimation and invoicing module called CiberQuote (FREE!) and unlimited networking capability. CiberCut Plus can be used in a network environment on an unlimited number of workstations. Say goodbye to costly "second site licenses" and hello to mobile productivity!

    very interesting..

    http://www.signsupplystore.com/ProductCart/pc/viewPrd.asp?idcategory=0&idproduct=9804
     
  4. Dave DeBord

    Dave DeBord New Member

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    Network Printing

    We use Ciberprint over the network by assigning IP addresses to the various printers and wiring them into our hub via ethernet cables. It's a pretty good way to offer widespread company use. Give us a call about this at 800.255.0165 or email ssksupport@ssksupport.com

    Thanks!

    Dave DeBord
    SSK Sign Supply
    david@signsupplystore.com
    www.signsupplystore.com
     
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  5. Techman

    Techman Major Contributor

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    Spam???
     
  6. iSign

    iSign Verboten

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    Thanks for the info Dave, I think it's great when a discussion pops up on a sign product (by a shop owner) & the merchant or manufacturer can also show up with accurate info, & or contact info... that is one of the many excellent opportunities available through boards like this.

    Spam?
    Techman, I'm not sure if you are questioning the post by Dave?? or what you meant? Since your informative post included a like to Dave's company, I'm thinking that's not what you were questioning... but if it is, I would say it's nowhere near my definition of spam.. I consider it a well timed & well placed point of information that is mutually beneficial. I never heard of "ciberprint" before, but if anyone searchs for info... this thread should pop up & Dave's post may prove helpful also...
     
  7. Techman

    Techman Major Contributor

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    OOPS.. i some how missed out on the rest of the post. Some one emailed me tellin me I spammed.. I was goona post it ,, but for now ill just wait..
     
  8. bohica1981

    bohica1981 New Member

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