[Scribus] Resizing a document, coloring tiffs & formatting tags
Thu Sep 16 17:22:54 CEST 2004
On Thu, 2004-09-16 at 06:10, Louis Desjardins wrote:
> It is called "bleed". Not currently available in Scribus but it is coming. ;-)
Merci! I was trying to jog my memory by translating the Dutch term to
English, which obviously got me nowhere. And 'bleed' sounds so much more
As breathing flows, my mind secedes, I bleed.
[Yes, Pixies are coming to Denver! Just two more weeks...]
> >Problem of course, is that my printer will not print right to the
> >edge. It will do 11 x 17, but I can't seem to figure out how to
> >change from legal to ledger without redoing the whole page.
> >From your original document "Select all" then "Copy". Then create a
> new, larger document, and "Paste" all elements into that new document.
Phew. That was simple! I thought I was going to have to drag stuff
back-and-forth from the Scrapbook. Thanks!
> >Also, I have one spot color at my disposal, so I'm trying to make
> >good use of it. I've got a couple of tiff images that I'd like to
> >print in my spot color. Does Scribus that, or do I have to change
> >the color in the Gimp?
> >And lastly, does Scribus support any kind of formatting tags while
> >importing plain text. Can Scribus be launched from the command line
> >to do batch printing? Are there any extra flags that can be passed
> >on from the command line?
> >Scribus mailing list
> >Scribus at nashi.altmuehlnet.de
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