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Adobe TrapWise

TrapWise is digital trapping software. It was originally developed by startup Graphic Edge as RipPrep, subsequently acquired by Aldus which re-released it as TrapWise 1.0 in 1993. It was subsequently owned by Adobe Systems, Luminous, Imation, ScenicSoft, Creo, and Kodak.

TrapWise acquisition was done by the Aldus Prepress Group (also known as the Aldus Wise Guys) as the second acquisition in a series of acquisitions in order to build a product line that could perform all of the high-end prepress functions on desktop computers.


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