Is this used? - If so, where? (August, 2019)
Old applications have the tendencies to carry unneeded additional load. Sometimes it is quite useful to know if a resource is actually used and where.
AFPWorX provides a maybe not so common known function to look for references to an object / resource. On a selected resource (BRS) you can right-click to bring up the context-menu which features the "References ..." action. It will reveal all structured fields that reference this BRS in the "Search Result" window. The following sample video is showing how this is used. We want to find out where the object container OC000001 is used. A double-click on a search result reveals where the reference is located. Turns out an IOB in the overlay O1000001 is using it (and being the only one using it). Upon selection the AFP viewer also visually shows where that IOB is used on the page:
Quality vs. Performance (July, 2019)
Working with large print files can be challenging. AFPWorX supports you in not loading the full AFP at once but only what it needs to perform the tasks you want it to do. However, if your file contains huge images in print quality, rendering these images can be quite some task. There are some settings in AFPWorX that help balancing quality vs. performance.
Open the preferences (Window | Preferences or Cmd+, on a Mac) and look for Rendering. The option GFX Scaling
allows you to choose between
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