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    I have a postcard that i have used the Gangup Layout command on, and would like to Image Shift it because the 2 sides are not lining up. Is there a way to do this? When I try I get an error message and I could have sworn I've done this before.

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    In my experience, prior to System 10 you could impose, save it as a .dbp file, AND apply image shift in the job settings.

    Come System 10, that's no longer possible.

    Gangup, strictly speaking, isn't Impose--but it could be using the same stuff under the hood. Could this be your issue? Old system behavior vs new system behavior?

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    Can you use Impose to do the gangup and save as a .dbp file? You should then be able to apply Image Shift. I tested this on an FS-100 Fiery and it worked for me.

    Can you tell us which Fiery model and version you are using?

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    Adam: I am able to save a .dbp file and apply image shift. Sometimes I prefer to use Gangup instead because it is simpler and faster, and also my coworkers can use it without the imposition dongle. I can't apply an image shift when I use the Gangup feature in Command Workstation, and I thought I used to be able to do that.

    Also, I'm not sure what System 10 is. (I am using the most up-to-date version of Command Workstation though)

    Bob_B: As I said above, your method does work. My Fiery model is E100 70-60C-KM PS Color Server (its attached to a Konica Minotla Digital Press C6000) and it is about 1.5 years old.

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