[Scribus] Setting linescreen when printing pdf file
Sun Jul 18 18:15:01 CEST 2004
Yes.. this is true.
We have added the feature due to its possible use when the destination
is known, and/or the receiving printing company requests it, and also as
part of our drive to add more and more professional features to Scribus.
It is expected that unless you KNOW that you need linescreen settings
and what settings you need, that you DO NOT add them because it reduces
portability of PDFs (one of their inherent benefits) and MAY introduce
issues with printing when linescreen settings are not used or not
As I've said.. use when you need it, not when you dont or dont know.
On Sun, 2004-07-18 at 18:00, celio wrote:
> Hi Scribus People,
> Photoshop its not intended to import PDF with text, it will turn everything into halftones, and not all PosScript printers do accept a linescreen setting.
> Regards to ALL ! and cheers to the developers for the cool aplication...
> Celio Santos
> ---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
> >Subject: Re: [Scribus] Setting linescreen when printing pdf file
> >Wayne Maeda wrote:
> >>On Thursday 08 July 2004 04:29 pm, Rainer Heilke wrote:
> >>>If it is only a single page, you can try bringing it into PhotoShop
> >>I tried using Photoshop on my Scribus pdf file and the linescreen can be set
> >>at 75 lpi except that everything gets printed out as if they were all
> >>halftones. The photographs look good but everything black, especially text,
> >>is treated as a halftone so instead of dark crisp black letters, I get dark
> >>splotchy gray letters with dots in it.
> >>back to 1.1.7
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