[Scribus] Me again ;-)
Mon Aug 15 11:34:28 CEST 2005
On Mon, 2005-08-15 at 11:13 +0200, Ranjan Ghosh wrote:
> Hi there!
> Sorry to overuse the mailing-list a bit, but I'm in the midst of a
> "real-world" project and getting along pretty well, but the details keep me
> stuck from time to time. My problem right now is:
> I've got a text-box with a frame around (pen-style 1pt black). There is
> only one line of text inside (It says sth. like "Special offer").
> Now, the text-overflow warning is way to sensitive. There is still
> too much padding around the text. When I try to reduce the height
> of the frame it displays the X-Symbol in the lower-right corner.
> Is there any way to disable the warning (either in general or
> - even better - for a specific frame?)
As far as I know there's no way to bypass the overflow warning for a
The real fix for this is probably to be able to have "free text" or the
option to have the frame snap around the actual borders of the glyphs
themselves, rather than the max space the font may require.
Both of these are requests in the bug tracker, and either or both might
be addressed by some ongoing work on the text layout system.
In the mean time, I'd suggest converting the type to outlines. Others
may have better approaches to the issue, though.
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