[Scribus] SVG Import Problem was Another Bug, Feature or Just me being Picky? ImagesPrintedOffset

Craig Bradney cbradney
Wed Aug 3 23:38:37 CEST 2005

On Wednesday 03 August 2005 22:25, Gregory Pittman wrote:
> Christoph Sch?fer wrote:
> > Hi Calum,
> >
> >> Just one thing of note - I am working on a small page size (A5) and
> >> the table is wider than that (I planned to scale it down) but EPS
> >> doesn't like being spread off the page when being imported and gets
> >> messed up - so the EPS needs to be scaled smaller first.  Does this
> >> need a bug filed?
> >
> > There's no need to file a bug, everything is working as expected: Draw
> > a  picture frame, import eps and adjust picture size to frame (in the
> > properties dialog). If you want this to be the default behaviour, you
> > can change the settings accordingly.
> This is something I've wondered about, because there are two ways to put
> an EPS image into a document, one is File > Import > Import EPS, and the
> other is to load into an image frame.  A bit redundant, and apparently
> causing confusion.

Its not redundant. Importing into a frame gives you basically a rastered 
version, and importing it directly onto the canvas gives you a fully editable 
graphic. Very useful, especially the second.

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