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#1 Rob



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Posted 08 February 2015 - 03:42 AM



Any news on the software mentioned in this post?




I assume it would send ncode directly to the printer via a .ps file rather than convert to PDF? Would this result in a quality comparable to the Ncode notebooks we can purchase if used with good commercial laser printer?


I'm confused because the PDF files created with NeoPDF work with the Nnote mobile apps, so what's the purpose of creating a new software specifically to create Ncode pages for mobile apps? Surely it's possible to release software to print high quality Ncode pages; that software must exist because it has been used to create the notepads we can buy.


The only problem with the current NeoPDF documents is that they are dark and (for me) don't record the strokes reliably. 

#2 neoLAB North America

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Posted 21 February 2015 - 04:46 AM



Our neoPDF software is still in BETA form so please understand all might not work as hoped.


The idea behind neoPDF is for our users to be able to create their own documents and have their N2 pen be able to write on them.  The documents will still synch with your mobile device so can be viewed on your device.  You are also able to print your finished document or you may share it with other people or places through the share panel in the app.


The quality of your printed document has a lot to do with printer and ink type.  As neoPDF comes closer to release these issues will be addressed.





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