[Scribus] vertical alignment of text frames?

Craig Bradney cbradney
Wed Jun 29 00:29:33 CEST 2005

On Wednesday 29 June 2005 00:21, David Soukal wrote:
> Hello,
> I have a question regarding the possibility of vertical alignment of
> text frames. I couldn't find this function anywhere. I think it might
> come handy for vertical alignment of selected elements: for example to
> vertically align a heading with a color rectangle below it. Since the
> text frame of the heading is always a bit bigger than the text itself,
> the Align & Distribute dialog box won't do the trick.
> Do you have any trick how to achieve this? I tried to make the text
> frame's height about the height of the text it self, but without any
> effect. Even if I set the line spacing to zero, I won't be able to
> resize the text frame to fit the text. Everytime I resize the box to
> have height just about the height of the text, the text is clipped.
> On similar note, is it possible to center-align vertically/horizontally
> things about a guidline?
> This is no big deal at all, I'm just thinking about my convenience :)
> Thank you!

What version are you using?

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