Global Graphics Software
Smart software components for Print OEMs and ISVs


Like most web sites, the Global Graphics Software web site ( uses cookies to enhance aspects of its operation. By using the web site, you are consenting to acknowledge this and the choice that you have through browser settings to either accept or reject them.

A cookie is a small amount of text that can be given to your browser by a web server at the same time as a page. Often a cookie will be a unique identifier. Your browser settings determine whether the cookie is accepted or discarded. If accepted, the cookie is passed back to the same web site whenever another page is requested. Without cookies, the web server will think you are a new visitor every time you request a new page.

Some cookies help us to enhance our web site by showing us which pages are engaging and which are not. Other cookies result from the embedding of useful content (such as the company stock price) from third parties (e.g. the NYSE Euronext stock exchange).

What to do if you don’t want cookies to be set

It is important to realize that you can configure your web browser to reject cookies, but in doing so, some web sites that depend upon cookies will not work properly.

There are many resources about cookies where you can find out more. In addition to that provided by the Help option of your desktop-based web browser, BBC WebWise provides a good introduction, and AllAboutCookies provides a comprehensive overview. An internet search will find many more resources.

Types of cookie

When you visit the Global Graphics Software web site, you will encounter cookies that originate from our web site (first party cookies) as well as cookies that originate from the web sites of third party content embedded in our web pages (third party cookies)

First party cookies

First party cookies are ones that are set by our own web site,

The cookies that Global Graphics Software set enable us to understand how our visitors are using our web site, from which we are able to propose improvements. These cookies are processed by Google (Analytics) and Mouseflow and AddThis, who then produce web site use reports for us. Details of these cookies are found below.

Some people might be concerned about the use to which this information is used by the companies that provide us with reports. Google provide a tool for opting out of their Analytics program. Similarly, you can disable Mouseflow on your browser. You can also opt out of having information collected by AddThis (

In addition, a first party cookie ("cookieconsent") is set the first time a Global Graphics Software web page is browsed, which indicates whether implied consent (as a result of reading the cookie notice) or whether explicit consent (as a result of accepting the cookie notice) has been given.

Third party cookies

Third party cookies are ones that are set by the web sites of other organisations that provide content that is embedded in the pages of the Global Graphics Software web site.

Global Graphics Software routinely embeds content from Euronext (current stock price), SlideShare (PowerPoint-like presentations), Wufoo (feedback forms) and YouTube (videos). Unfortunately, Global Graphics Software has no control over whether embedded content sets a cookie on your browser or not, short of avoiding embedded content all together. Fortunately the controls in your web browser can easily be used to reject 3rd party cookies.

Cookies and advertising

1st and 3rd party cookies are often used to help to target web browsers with advertising that is supposed to be more relevant. To individually opt out of the different advertising networks would be tedious and impractical. However, a blanket rejection of cookies will also disable useful functionality in many web sites. To overcome this problem there are tools that you can use.

Your Online Choices

Your Online Choices is a web site produced by the IAB (Interactive Advertising Bureau) for European users that allows multiple opt-in/outs from the a number of advertising networks.

AdBlock Plus and Ghostery

Instead of trusting advertisers to honor your opt-out preferences, it is possible to install browser plugins/extensions that manage the automatic acceptance or rejection of cookies and hiding of adverts, based upon blacklists and your own preferences. AdBlock Plus and Ghostery are two, popular examples of this approach.

List of cookies

These are the cookies that you might encounter when browsing web pages from Global Graphics Software. This list was compilied on 3 December 2014.

Name: Domain: Duration:
ZDEDebuggerPresent browsing session
__utma 730 days
__utmb 30 minutes
__utmc browsing session
__utmt 10 minutes
__utmz 182 days
_ga 730 days
cookieconsent 365 days
PHPSESSID browsing session
mf_session browsing session
UID 720 days
UIDR 720 days
__utma 730 days
__utmb 30 minutes
__utmc browsing session
__utmz 182 days
_uv_id 730 days
SERVERID browsing session
SSID 365 days
SSLB browsing session
SSPV 365 days
SSRT 365 days
SSSC browsing session
ep201 30 minutes
ep202 365 days
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