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Old January 3rd, 2018, 02:23 PM
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Default Re: Variable Slug Placement

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Have an additional request to this ... not quite sure if it's totally related though ...

I'm using the saddle stitch imposition scheme
This should probably be a new thread, but okay.
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I've placed this in the text box on the imposition sheet
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Impo sheet: «$impositionsheetnumber» of «$impositiontotalsheets»
Basically that exact same thing works for me with the example template I posted earlier in this thread, even if I change to saddle-stitched imposition (without the horizontal repeat so it still fits on the sheet, see the attached FPI file):
http://forums.pti.com/showpost.php?p=11530&postcount=3

Can you try that and see if it properly outputs "sheet 1 of 5", etc.?
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However since there is only one record I don't know if that is even necessary except for the rule to count the imposition sheets.
Wait, what do you mean "there is only one record"? If there's only one record to compose, you'll only get one imposed sheet output.

Or maybe you have the preprocessing rule wrong, or in the wrong place? It needs to go into OnJobStart.

Anyway, it's hard for me to know what's going on in your job without seeing it. I would double-check that it still works in the tutorial job, then look to see what's different in your job.
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