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Among the many services that OpenText Content Server provides is PDF rendering.  For years Content Server offered rendering through the AdlibExpress rendering services.  Following OpenText's acquisition of IGC, Blazon was offered as a substitute for Adlib. Some of our customers reached out to us as they ran into rendering challenges, both with AdlibExpress and with […]
Do you work with photos and related marketing materials that are managed in Content Server? Wouldn't it be nice if there was a “lightboard-like” capability to present many photos at the same time? Think you could find what you were looking more quickly? Or, do you work with documents written in languages that use 8-bit character […]
The problem of how to manage document review processes using Word is nothing new. Word includes a great tool for tracking changes, but when it comes to tracking changes provided by large groups of users, things get more difficult to manage. In regulated industries, document controls are in place to assure that documents comply with […]

So, here’s the story. Sometime in the last few weeks IE 11 just disappeared from my Windows 10 laptop. One minute there, the next minute gone. After doing some online research it appears as though this was after a forced Windows Update. I wouldn’t say that I’m a great fan of Internet Explorer, but I […]

Continuous Integration/ Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) is an Agile-based methodology that has been around for some years now. Many organizations have been using processes like this within their core product development programs for a while, but we are now also starting to see the emergence of CI/CD within the development and deployment of in-house OpenText Content […]