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Beta 2017 available!

Hurrah! The beta versions of coolOrange products are available for Autodesk’s products 2017. You can download the beta versions from here http://www.coolorange.com/en/beta.php The biggest change with 2017 is that now all our products are backward compatible. In order words, the … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas

WOW, what a great year! I hope you feel the same. We had the pleasure working with you: thanks to your feedback the products improved, made successful and interesting projects together, hosted and participated to great events. One of the last … Continue reading

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2016 is here!

Over the last weeks, we have been busy getting the 2016 products ready for you. Finally, we are ready. powerJobs, vaultRuler, dataLoader, clever and myFile are available for download. powerGate will follow next week, and the bcpDevkit and bcpChecker will … Continue reading

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And the winner is…

Wow. We got a lot of valuable feedback. Thank you for that! We will keep the survey open in case some more people like to provide input. However, the trend is already clear. You definitely want technical stuff that can … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about…

Happy new year!!! We are back and like to share with you some more interesting topics. In order to provide the right content for you, we would like to better understand which topics you are interested in. Are you more … Continue reading

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Happy holidays!

2014 is slowly coming to an end, and we wanted to take the chance and say THANK YOU to all our loyal blog-readers. The year 2014 was an extraordinary one. There have never been more blogposts, blog-readers, and comments. In … Continue reading

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Password protected PDF

A customer asked us if it is possible to create a password protected PDF with powerJobs. The answer is YES, it is! Here is the PowerShell code for protecting a PDF file with a password: [System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadFrom(“itextsharp.dll”) function PSUsing { param … Continue reading

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