[Scribus] Re: Colour management...

Asif Lodhi asif.lodhi
Fri Apr 22 06:36:03 CEST 2005

Considering the substance of your elaborate choice of words (
_scrounge_, _fugue_ ), I close it here to stop any further
contamination.  So, no more comments from yours truly.

On 4/21/05, Gregory Pittman <gpittman at iglou.com> wrote:
> Asif Lodhi wrote:
> > Lastly, I am a small-time not-so-well-off guy and don't have a printer 
> > at my home.  Everytime I have to run to the nearest 
> > wordprocessing/composing shop and get the stuff printed -  that, 
> > almost always, doesn't give me the quality I want.
> >
> Ok, now this is all starting to come together.
> At least part of what needs to happen is you need to have some kind of 
> working relationship with these shops.  We've had these kinds of 
> discussions before.
> If nothing else, I think this illustrates the value of giving more 
> specifics about your needs.  Sometimes there are work-arounds.  You have 
> to consider that you will do all this work and still be disappointed.  
> There are some very knowledgeable people involved with Scribus as far as 
> print shop issues (I'm not one of them).  The more specific questions 
> you ask, the more they can help.
> You're no doubt in a little bit of a fugue state -- you need to settle 
> down and not try to eat the whole thing at once.  If you're talking 
> about a resume, surely the color management issue only involves a 
> portion of what you are trying to accomplish.
> With Latex, you need to scrounge a book somewhere -- borrow one, find 
> one in a library, I don't know.  The online stuff in 'info latex' in a 
> sense has all the information, but it's very hard to learn from, better 
> as a resource after you already know quite a bit.
> Greg
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Best regards

Asif Lodhi

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