[Scribus] is it just me?
Mon Jan 31 07:25:56 CET 2005
> It'd be cool, but might be harder than it seems given that I certainly
> wouldn't want any such draft mode to have line breaks, hyphenation, etc
> in the wrong places... it'd kind of defeat the purpose of editing in-
> frame. Given that, I'm not sure how much would be gained by drawing
> quick-n-dirty glyphs, which is I suspect really all you could do.
I wasn't really thinking of editing in-frame, I was thinking of just moving
If I have two frames, one with a heading (single column) and one with the text
(multi column) it is a real pain that Scribus redraws the text frame as soon as
I move or resize the hrading frame...
Also, when zoomed out (page fits window) there is not much sense in keeping
content in sizes below say 10 points correctly rendered. You w'nt be able to
read the text anyhow when the height of letter is 4-5 pixels only.
> I'm not sure how practical that'd be right now - the code for page item
> drawing is a bit too involved for me to even hazard a guess.
I guess the problem is that Scribus redraws on the X server and does not keep an
"image" of the frame in memory?
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