[Scribus] CVS version

Paul paulf.johnson
Wed Jun 25 21:26:05 CEST 2003


> I just downloaded and installed the version that's on the public cvs
> server, and the problems I had under gnome (and a bit under kde) in redhat
> 9 concerning the windows without boundings are gone.

Nope. Not got that here. Are you using the standard Gnome 2 environment
which shipped with RH9 or something like the Ximian Desktop 2

> But new problems have arised:
> - images are much more reduced than intended when printing to pdf. It
> looks fine in scribus but in pdf you have really small images and lots of
> blanks.

Again, not come across that.

> - an old problem: when copying an object and pasting it on another page,
> the id stays the same, so when you want to modify it, you have to change
> the name of the object as well. This was fixed in an older version of
> scribus but seems to have popped up again.

I have a feeling that what is actually happening is that what Scribus is
doing is making a form of symlink rather than a second instance. I know
that I've not fiddled with any of the copying code since about 0.9.6



The world is throwing away oppressive regimes
Which don't allow people to choose.
Wars are fought to topple these people.
Yet the folks who do this, still use Windows.
Double standards or not understanding why they did it?

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