PDF Studio Installation Instructions
- After downloading, double-click PDFStudio_v12_x_x_win.exe (where
x_x will be replaced with the current version number).
Mac OS X Instructions:
- After downloading, the installer should launch automatically
and create an icon on the desktop.
- The installer is a standard PackageMaker installer packaged
inside a disk image. The operating system should recognize the
files and launch the installer automatically.
- If the installer doesn’t start on its own:
- Double click on the installation file PDFStudio_v12_x_x_mac.dmg (where
x_x will be replaced with the current version number) to mount
the disk image, then double click on the mounted image.
- Finally double click on the installer PDF Studio Installer.
- PDF Studio 12
works on Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan), Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite),
Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks), 10.8 (Mountain Lion), 10.7 (Lion),
10.6 (Snow Leopard).
- After installation, the installer should
remove the downloaded files automatically. If this does not happen,
you can manually drag the files to the trash.
After downloading the installer, open a Terminal window and type the
following two commands:
- cd Downloads to go to the directory where you downloaded
- sh ./PDFStudio_v12_x_x_linux.sh where
x_x should be replaced with the current version number. This will
start the installer.
Unix Instructions: AIX, Solaris, HP-UX
- After downloading the installer, open a shell and, cd to
the directory where you downloaded the installer.
- At the prompt type: sh ./PDFStudio_v12_x_x_unix.sh (where
x_x will be replaced with the current version number). This will
start the installer.
- You need to install a Java 1.8 virtual machine. When available,
we strongly recommend using the JVM distributed by Sun Oracle
as our experience has been that other JVMs introduce a lot of
issues in PDF Studio (GTK issue with toolbar spacing issues, no
SWT support for native file browser, other bugs with image rendering).
You can download one from Sun’s
Java web site or contact your OS manufacturer.