[Scribus] Scribus Friendly Print Shops
Sat Jul 24 12:06:19 CEST 2004
Peter opened a new feature request "Add Scribus Friendly Printers to the
I think, if somebody on the list knows a reliable, Scribus friendly
print shop, this feature request is the right place for your
recommendation and the description of your experience with the print shop.
On Fri, 23 Jul 2004 14:38:30 +0200
Maciej Hanski <ma_han2000 at yahoo.de> wrote:
> Hi all,
> On Thu, 22 Jul 2004 10:49:07 +0100
> Daniel Andor <da209 at cam.ac.uk> wrote:
> > > Be careful.. many printers wont want profiles embedded anyway.
> > > Check with them if you are printing at a print shop.
> > I spoke to a few print shops and they seemed to be worried about
> > making colour separations from PDF files. They thought they may
> > need to import into Photoshop or Freehand. Is there any way I can
> > help them with this?
> speaking of print shops: what about introducing a list of "Scribus
> Friendly Print Shops" on the Scribus website? I think, there's always
> been so much talking about these print shops not doing this and those
> print shops not liking that, it would serve us all to mention those
> print shops which has been particularely supportive for Scribus users.
> I like the idea of giving people who run these print shops the
> feeling, that if they support Scribus users, the Scribus community
> will support them in return. It would also help us to find a print
> shop - it think, it needn't always be in the same city or even
> country - which has gathered some experience with Scribus and Scribus
> generated PDF files and proved to be reliable.
> There could be some levels of Scribus friendliness, something like
> (caution, bad joke area):
> - Gold Level: accepts Scribus native files, very supportive
> - Silver Level: knows about Scribus and accepts Scribus generated
> - Bronze Level: ....
> What do you think of it? Is it something I should submit as a feature
> request? If you like the idea, you could even mention one or two
> Scribus friendly print shops within this thread.
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