[Scribus] Fwd: formulas in scribus / LaTeX

Serban Udrea S.Udrea
Mon Jul 5 12:23:31 CEST 2004


If you have some programming skills you can try PyX 
(pyx.sourceforge.net) which, as much as I know can help to produce 
EPS-files containing formulas. I just started to play a little with it 
but did not get very far because I have to concentrate on other stuff 
right now.

BTW, PyX is actully a python package so maybe it can be called directly 
from Scribus which supports python scripting.


Serban Udrea

Niklas Rehfeld wrote:
> Hi!
> Is it reasonable to prepare scientific posters in scribus? I am used to
> write documents in LaTeX and I am wondering, whether there is a possibility
> to write for example LaTeX columns, converting them into eps or pdf (with
> scalable T1-fonts) and include these as pictures into Scribus. I never
> worked with Scribus before and a first glimpse at importing PDFs as pictures
> seemed to reveal that Scribus does not preserve T1-fonts. Do I do something
> wrong? Or is there another  way to include good looking formulas into
> Scribus?
> thanks
> NR
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