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Topic: Strange Distiller behaviour when Postscript Filename ends with a number - OSX (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 100744
From: Deleted User
Date: 11/17/2003 05:56 PM

Try this
1. Generate 2 Postscript files from the same document in any layout
2. Ensure that there is no .ps or .eps suffix on the file name and one
ends with a number (e.g. 'mytest1') and the other with a letter (e.g.
3. Place both files into the same watched folder
4. Run Distiller 6.0 on OSX.3.1
5. View destination file names
File 'mytest' becomes 'mytest.pdf'
File 'mytest1' becomes 'mytest1.PDF'
one wonders what the reason for this behaviour is!

Gavin Costello
Software Quality Assurance
Advanced Development Group
Quickcut PPN Pty. Ltd.
15-17 Old Pittwater Road
New South Wales 2100
+61 (0)2 99387503
This message is the personal opinion of the author and does not
necessarily reflect the opinions or policy of Quickcut PPN Pty. Ltd.

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