[Scribus] Scribus review on Low End Mac
Tue Dec 28 19:48:02 CET 2004
Dnia wtorek, 28 grudnia 2004 13:55, David Purton napisa?:
> On Tue, Dec 28, 2004 at 09:54:00AM +0100, Mikolaj Machowski wrote:
> > Dnia wtorek, 28 grudnia 2004 08:18, Craig Bradney napisa?:
> > > On Tuesday 28 December 2004 04:19, Gabriel Gazz?n wrote:
> > > > At 19:04 27/12/2004, you wrote:
> > > > >Our final worry is that it doesn't support proprietary color
> > > > > standards such as Hexachrome or Pantone -- and likely never
> > > > > will."
> > > >
> > > > Can't these features ever be supported via proprietary plugins in
> > > > the future? I mean provide some good API planned just for that,
> > > > waiting for someone to come in and do it?
> > > > (perhaps I'm asking for something that's absolutely not
> > > > feasible...)
> > >
> > > Its not about the code, its about the fee/royalties/large sums of
> > > cash that need to be paid to use the systems.
> > I understand but maybe some day Scribus will be so popular that
> > commercial firm will wrote closed, not-free plugin. And some users
> > will prefer to pay money for plugin to Scribus than $BIGSUM for whole
> > system like Quark or InDesign.
> Hey - you can always see if Pantone would like to contribute to an open
> source project... you know, it's for a good cause sort of thing...
> You can tell Pantone about "...applications critical to your success in
> which the ability to use PANTONE Colors would be helpful." at this web
> page: ;)
No dreaming. This would be suicidal move for them. Big players like
Adobe et co. would shot them instantly. They just have treat all
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