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    Has anyone tried this yet? I am convinced that a lot of my 700p problems are related to DTG 8, and am always wondering whether the lastest is greatest or not.

    The web site clains that v9 renders pdfs quicker--I am curious if anyone has any experience on that with version 9, also.
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    Well, I am running v8 and have not the slightest problem with it. Ben
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    I'm running v9, no problems with anything other than not getting pdf's to work....everything is working smooth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by edelweiss View Post
    Has anyone tried this yet? I am convinced that a lot of my 700p problems are related to DTG 8, and am always wondering whether the lastest is greatest or not.

    The web site clains that v9 renders pdfs quicker--I am curious if anyone has any experience on that with version 9, also.
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    version 9 improved performance for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chazzan View Post
    version 9 improved performance for me
    Same for me. PDFs are certainly faster and the program overall seems more stable than version 8.
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    Version 9 PDF rendering is faster for me too.
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    I wlii have to agree also, v 9 is faster and more stable for me as well
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    It's faster but not fast enough to render pdf function useful. Also the upgrade price is a bit stiff.
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    I still find palmpdf to be much more stable and useful compared to docs v9

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