[Scribus] Fitting text to curve.

Craig Bradney cbradney
Sun May 23 23:52:05 CEST 2004

On Sun, 2004-05-23 at 20:42, John Culleton wrote:
> In some books set up in (probably) Quark the right margin 
> and sometimes the left have been set against an (invisible) 
> curve so that it 
> looks
> someth-
> ing    like
> this. but with
> a smoother
> appear-
> ance.
> S shaped curves are popular. The only free program I know 
> that will do this without hand-fitting is Context, using 
> the Metafun auxiliary program.  Is this within the text 
> manipulation capabilities of Scribus or are rectangles the 
> only choice?  

Yes. Scribus has various default shapes you can use or you can draw your
own, or you can fit text to a curve.

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