[Scribus] Quark user's questions

Craig Bradney cbradney
Wed Jan 26 23:49:27 CET 2005

On Wednesday 26 January 2005 23:43, John Kershaw wrote:
> At 12:24 pm -1000 26/1/05, wayne wrote:
> >Go to the Properties >Image window and click in either the X or Y Position
> >boxes. You can use the scroll arrows, mouse scroll wheel or the keyboard
> >arrow keys to nudge the image within the frame (after double clicking on
> > the image). Holding down the Shift key will allow finer adjustments.
> Oh my. Oh my. What comes after lol & rotfl? I have eyes like saucers
> (where's a webcam when you need one?)
> I was clicking the *image* and trying to use the cursor keys to move it.
> Is this, like, a normal Unix thing? I've never seen anything like
> this on Mac or Windows. I could understand clicking the little arrow
> widgets (though I'd have to look hard or be told to do it) but
> pressing up/down in a text field to adjust the value? Bi-zarre!

Maybe not on unfriendly Mac, but on windows, yes. The arrows are made for 
clicking on.. 

> If you wanna snaffle any Quark/InDesign converts, you need to change
> that behaviour.

Given a lot of the users, and devs are Quark or ID converts, most seem to get 
it, however the nudge within frame would be nice.

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