I bought the original Designer from the microsoft store and it upgraded automatically on the 1.7, but ' have not yet upgraded to 1.7.1I'm wary of manually downloading. I opened the software this morning and I'm still on the 18.104.22.1687.Will it come later?
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The book industry is too heavily invested in Adobe (at least the publishers that I work with). There are still some Quark hold-outs (mainly in the UK), and when the U.S. publisher buys the rights to that book, they have us convert to InDesign.
Analysis of specific [3H]muscimol binding to rat brain synaptic membranes (Beaumont et al., 1978). (A) Saturation of specific [3H]muscimol binding with increasing concentrations of [3H]muscimol. Rat whole brain synaptic membrane suspensions (1.0 mg protein/tube) were incubated in Tris citrate (pH 7.1) containing various concentrations of [3H]muscimol in the presence and absence of unlabeled GABA (200 μM). (B) Scatchard plot of specific [3H]muscimol binding from panel A. Dissociation constant (Kd) and maximum binding (Bmax) values for high- and low-affinity [3H]muscimol binding sites were calculated using LIGAND.
Analysis of specific sodium-independent [3H]GABA binding to rat brain synaptic membranes treated with 0.05% Triton X-100 (Enna and Snyder, 1977). (A) Saturation of specific [3H]GABA binding with increasing concentrations of [3H]GABA. (B) Scatchard plot of specific [3H]GABA binding from data show in panel A. Dissociation constant (Kd) and maximum binding (Bmax) values for high- and low-affinity [3H]GABA binding sites were calculated using LIGAND.
Analysis of specific [3H]GABA binding to rat brain synaptic membranes (Bowery et al., 1985). (A) Saturation of specific [3H]GABA binding with increasing concentrations of [3H]GABA. (B) Scatchard plot of specific [3H]GABA binding from panel A. Dissociation constant (Kd) and maximum binding (Bmax) values for high- and low-affinity [3H]GABA binding sites were calculated using LIGAND.
Analysis of specific [3H]GABA binding to rat cerebellar synaptic membranes in the presence of 40 μM isoguvacine (Drew and Johnston 1992). (A) Saturation of specific [3H]GABA binding with increasing concentrations of [3H]GABA. (B) Scatchard plot of specific [3H]GABA binding from panel A. Dissociation constant (Kd) and maximum binding (Bmax) values for high- and low-affinity [3H]GABA binding sites were calculated using LIGAND.
Kürzlich ist die finale Version 1.7.1 des Affinity Publisher erschienen. In den Medien wurde dieses Programm schon als InDesign-Killer gehandelt. Die Funktionsübersicht ist in der Tat vielversprechend. Bezüglich PDF/X-Unterstützung wird auf der Webseite folgende Behauptung aufgestellt:
Auch ich möchte mich für den ausführlichen PDF-Test der Version 1.7.1 bedanken, demnächst kommt die Version 1.9.x heraus, für viele wäre es wichtig zu wissen, was sich in der Zwischenzeit getan hat.
For most use cases, the PooledChannelConnectionFactory should be used.The ThreadChannelConnectionFactory can be used if you want to ensure strict message ordering without the need to use Scoped Operations.The CachingConnectionFactory should be used if you want to use correlated publisher confirmations or if you wish to open multiple connections, via its CacheMode.
Starting with version 2.0.2, the RabbitTemplate has a configuration option to automatically use a second connection factory, unless transactions are being used.See Using a Separate Connection for more information.The ConnectionNameStrategy for the publisher connection is the same as the primary strategy with .publisher appended to the result of calling the method.
This way messages with the header x-use-publisher-confirms: true will be sent through the caching connection and you can ensure the message delivery.See Publisher Confirms and Returns for more information about ensuring message delivery.
Confirmed (with correlation) and returned messages are supported by setting the CachingConnectionFactory property publisherConfirmType to ConfirmType.CORRELATED and the publisherReturns property to 'true'.
For publisher confirms (also known as publisher acknowledgements), the template requires a CachingConnectionFactory that has its publisherConfirm property set to ConfirmType.CORRELATED.Confirms are sent to the client by it registering a RabbitTemplate.ConfirmCallback by calling setConfirmCallback(ConfirmCallback callback).The callback must implement this method:
When using confirms in this way, much of the infrastructure set up for correlating confirms to requests is not really needed (unless returns are also enabled).Starting with version 2.2, the connection factory supports a new property called publisherConfirmType.When this is set to ConfirmType.SIMPLE, the infrastructure is avoided and the confirm processing can be more efficient.
Furthermore, the RabbitTemplate sets the publisherSequenceNumber property in the sent message MessageProperties.If you wish to check (or log or otherwise use) specific confirms, you can do so with an overloaded invoke method, as the following example shows:
Because of the async nature of RabbitMQ and the use of cached channels; it is not certain that the same channel will be used and therefore the order in which the messages arrive in the queue is not guaranteed.(In most cases they will arrive in order, but the probability of out-of-order delivery is not zero).To solve this use case, you can use a bounded channel cache with size 1 (together with a channelCheckoutTimeout) to ensure the messages are always published on the same channel, and order will be guaranteed.To do this, if you have other uses for the connection factory, such as consumers, you should either use a dedicated connection factory for the template, or configure the template to use the publisher connection factory embedded in the main connection factory (see Using a Separate Connection).
With the RabbitTemplate implementation of AmqpTemplate, each of the send() methods has an overloaded version that takes an additional CorrelationData object.When publisher confirms are enabled, this object is returned in the callback described in AmqpTemplate.This lets the sender correlate a confirm (ack or nack) with the sent message.
Starting with version 1.5.0, each of the sendAndReceive method variants has an overloaded version that takes CorrelationData.Together with a properly configured connection factory, this enables the receipt of publisher confirms for the send side of the operation.See Correlated Publisher Confirms and Returns and the Javadoc for RabbitOperations for more information.
Starting with version 1.6, you can configure Exchanges with an internal flag (defaults to false) and such anExchange is properly configured on the Broker through a RabbitAdmin (if one is present in the application context).If the internal flag is true for an exchange, RabbitMQ does not let clients use the exchange.This is useful for a dead letter exchange or exchange-to-exchange binding, where you do not wish the exchange to be useddirectly by publishers.
Starting with version 2.3.3, a new subclass RepublishMessageRecovererWithConfirms is provided; this supports both styles of publisher confirms and will wait for the confirmation before returning (or throw an exception if not confirmed or the message is returned).
Starting with version 1.7.1, the Logback AmqpAppender provides an includeCallerData option, which is false by default.Extracting caller data can be rather expensive, because the log event has to create a throwable and inspect it to determine the calling location.Therefore, by default, caller data associated with an event is not extracted when the event is added to the event queue.You can configure the appender to include caller data by setting the includeCallerData property to true.
CorrelationData for publisher confirmations now has a ListenableFuture, which you can use to get the acknowledgment instead of using a callback.When returns and confirmations are enabled, the correlation data, if provided, is populated with the returned message.See Correlated Publisher Confirms and Returns for more information.
Affinity Publisher ist seit Juni vergangenen Jahres für den Mac erhältlich. Die aktuelle Version 1.8.0 ist das erste große Update für die App. Die Nummerierung der Versionen mag etwas irritieren, die App stand nach einer ausführlichen Testphase bei ihrem Start bereits auf Version 1.7.1. 2b1af7f3a8