Although this is somewhat time consuming... our current work-around for the transparency issue is to:
 - export all static elements as an EPS from InDesign
 - open EPS with Photoshop and save as TIF
 - re-import, now flat, TIF back into InDesign

Sorry could be more help.



On Jun 21, 2007, at 10:59 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

I have a 1-page template from InDesign CS2 (Mac), exported to FusionPro
(Designer 4.1P1b).
It has a static background with some transparency in it.

When I compose and preview in FP it looks fine.
It even looks fine in the Manager upload screen when I preview the
But in the PrintOne (6.0), the background elements with transparency

I know there are some issues with transparency
(and have read what I can find on the forum)
but it seems like - if I can preview it OK in the Manager, it should work.

Any help would be appreciated. Of course, I'm under the gun.


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