So you've already done tons of great work on big projects in SignAgent Pro, but now you're interested in all the great automation and collaboration features of the new SignAgent. Here's how to prepare your SignAgent Pro project files so that they can be quickly and accurately converted into SignAgent.
Note that all projects must be upgraded to SignAgent Pro 4.0 before being converted.
1. Set up LEVEL Table
SignAgent imports location data from InDesign based on pages, so for the import, you should have each level in the LEVEL table correspond to a single page in InDesign, and they should be in the same order.
If your project's levels aren't that simple, just keep to this set up for the import. It's easy enough to adjust groups of signs once they've been converted over to the new system.
2. Shift Sign Locations
In order to improve location accuracy, you should move the sign tag so that its center directly aligns with the sign's location on the plans. This means shifting the sign tag itself, not the leader line or other marker.
3. Make sure all Floor Plans are on the Plans or PICT Layer
Only items that are on the Plans or PICT Layer in InDesign will be imported as background plans in SignAgent.
If you want items other than the floor plans (like a legend or title block) to be imported, just make sure it's on the Plans or PICT Layer in InDesign.
If there is nothing on the Plans or PICT Layer in InDesign for a particular page, then that page will be exported blank.
5. Sync and Send to SignAgent Team.
Once everything is set up, do a final sync, compress or zip the folder, and send it to the SignAgent Team.
Once we receive the files, typical turn around for a properly packaged file is 1-2 business days.