[Scribus] screenshots of scribus 0.9.10 cvs

Johannes Wilm j
Fri May 9 20:47:02 CEST 2003

On Fri, 9 May 2003, ephemeron wrote:
> >
> > Probably both, so you can choose (some people want to define
> > linespacing in points), but that's up to the designers.The
> > problem is that when you adjust a fontsize, you have to adapt
> > the linespacing of the line above as well, but not of the whole
> > line, only the lower half.
> > The easiest way is to first choose your size and then start
> > typing :) I have been told that photoshop has the same issues,
> > but I'm not sure that's true ...
> I was thinking maybe the linespace should default to the current
> fontsize plus a preset interline spacing.For example when I
> resize text from 10 to 24 points the text on succeeding lines
> overlaps.The spacing isn't automatically adjusted to something
> like 27 points: font size (24) + interline spacing (3 pts).

hmmm ... well that would look different then how it is currently handled.
Now it uses 12 pts spacing between lines of 60 whereas it is using 2
pts between text lines of size 10. On the other hand it does look a bit
weird with 12 pts between lines, even when they are 60 big.

Johannes Wilm

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