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Presto! PageManager 9.6 (Mac)

Files and images can not only fill every file and CD cabinet, but can also be difficult to manage effectively. Presto! PageManager 9.5 combines file scanning, managing, converting, storing, and sending; supports multiple file formats; and allows you to specify formats easily and quickly to link, store, or convert to PDF. Professional file processing technology with a simple user interface simplifies tedious word processing for enterprises and business people to enjoy greater efficiency. Retain the fastest paperless file management convenience and efficiency.

♦ Flexible and Professional PDF File Processing

Provides professional and convenient PDF editing features to open PDF files in addition to basic editing and file recognition (OCR). You can scan images into searchable PDF files; stack, and merge multiple PDF files, or single multi-page PDF files. You can easily convert text files into PDF format, and add to, edit, or open the PDF files.

♦ Cloud Sync Data
Support for cloud drive and cloud data synchronization. File and image information can be stored on Google Drive, Evernote, and other cloud drive platforms.
♦ Built-in Simple Text Recognition

Presto! PageManager has OCR (Optical Character Recognition) for identification. It supports 13 Eastern and Western languages and can help identify the text and image files to preserve the format so that the relative position can be maintained.

In addition, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and Japanese languages support a vertical identification function. Vertical or horizontal text can be rendered with excellent accuracy. OCR results can also be saved in searchable PDF, HTML, RTF, or TXT formats.

♦ Scan Buttons are Fast Keys

Scan Buttons is a standalone quick-key application to help you scan. These buttons make it easy to scan to e-mail, folders, OCR, PDF, or any specified program. There is no need to open other applications. It supports synchronization, TWAIN scanners, multifunction printers, single-and double-sided scanning, and automatic document feeders.

Scan buttons is the command center of your device whenever you want a copy on paper scanned into electronic files, e-mailed, printed, processed with OCR (Optical Character Recognition), or scanned to cloud storage. Scan Buttons works with a touch of a finger for almost any device connected to your computer, allowing you to achieve the best results of the scan job in diverse formats. It is file management made orderly.

♦ Convenient Document Pallet and PageViewer

Document Pallet greatly saves your time and makes sharing more convenient. Simply drag the file to Document Pallet and send it via e-mail, convert to PDF, or print.

In the PageViewer browsing area, you can view, edit, or annotate files. According to the file type, an image annotation toolbar, repair toolbar, or text annotation toolbar will open for easy use. View the file in draft mode, normal mode, or preview mode.

♦ File Screening Program

The filter selects specific file types such as JPEG, TIFF, PDF for quick viewing.

♦ Presto!PageManager 9 Features
  • - Mac OS X Image Processing Module increases image preview efficiency by 20%.
  • - Intel Multi-threading technology, integrates Presto! PageManager 9 and database architecture to enhance stability and overall performance.
  • - Optimizes PDF file conversion and annotation capabilities.
  • - Automatically changes the page orientation and automatically corrects for skew.
  • - Improved OCR recognition accuracy. A candidate character selection window and automatic correction feature saves editing time.
Presto! PageManager 9 Compatible File Formats :

Without opening other applications, directly use and view files in Presto! PageManager 9.5 Supported file formats include :

1.Documents: TXT, PDF, RTF, RTFD, HTML, DOC
2.Images: BMP, PCX, JPEG, PICT, TIFF, Multi-tiff, GIF, PNG, TGA, SGI, PSD, EXR
3.Audio and Video: MOV, MPEG, AVI, AIFF, MIDI, MP3, WAV, MPG
You can play directly by clicking a button on the thumbnail to play video and audio. You can also open the files with other programs.
System Requirements
Mac 10.8 ~ 10.15 system.
900 MB free hard disk space for installation 600 MB free hard disk space to run the program.
512 MB RAM (1 GB recommended)

Want to be able to run classic Mac OS applications compiled for the Motorola 68000 series of processors on your ever-so-modern Mac OS X machine? Or maybe you'd rather run them on a Raspberry Pi, or an Android device for that matter? There's an emulation project that's trying to achieve just that: Advanced Mac Substitute (AMS).

Emulators of older computer platforms and game consoles are popular with vintage game enthusiasts. But emulators also could be attractive to others with some emotional (or economic) attachment to old binaries—like those with a sudden desire to resurrect aged Aldus PageMaker files.

Advanced Mac Substitute is an effort by long-time Mac hacker Josh Juran to make it possible to run old Mac OS software (up to Mac OS 6) without a need for an Apple ROM or system software. Other emulators out there for 68000 Mac applications such as Basilisk II require a copy of MacOS installation media—such as install CDs from Mac OS 7.5 or Mac OS 8. But AMS uses a set of software libraries that allow old Mac applications to launch right within the operating environment of the host device, without needing to have a full virtual hardware and operating system instance behind them. And it's all open source.

I got a demo of AMS from Juran at Shmoocon in Washington, DC, this past weekend. He showed me an early attempt at getting the game Load Runner to work with the emulator—it's not yet interactive. A version of the project, downloadable from Github, includes a 'Welcome' screen application (a sort of Mac OS 'hello world'), Mac Tic-Tac-Toe, and an animation of NyanCat.

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Applications are launched from the command line for now and are executed by the emulation software, which interprets the system and firmware calls. A small graphical front-end displays video and accepts user input.

Unfortunately, there's still a lot of work to be done. While AMS works on Mac OS X up to version 10.12—both on Intel and PowerPC versions of the operating system—the code for the graphics front end currently won't compile on MacOS Mojave. (Juran is looking for someone with some expertise in Coco to help fix that.) And the Linux implementation of AMS does not yet support keyboard input. I was unable to get the front end to execute at all on Debian 9 on Intel.

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But there's hope that these hurdles can be cleared. Juran said that he's considering a crowdfunding program to support further development of AMS and is looking for others willing to contribute to the project. With luck, I'll be laying out the neighborhood newsletter on Aldus PageMaker 4 for Mac and hunting down binaries for Balance of Power.