[Scribus] Re: PDF/X-3 Option 'Disabled'
Wed May 11 01:11:48 CEST 2005
I have already visited wiki (for help only, albeit) and, after reading
your post, again visited wiki but I don't see anything telling me how
to upload the text so that it gets linked in the HOW-TO category. I
also created an account but I don't see how I can upload a page. I
have to shamefully admit that I know absolutely _nothing_ about wikis
in general! So, please put it on the wiki yourself if you have the
time or, alternatively, please direct me to a helpful link or tell me
how I can upload the text and link it to the HOW-TO category.
Thanks and best regards
On 5/10/05, Gregory Pittman <gpittman at iglou.com> wrote:
> Asif Lodhi wrote:
> >Between step 3 and 4 in my last e-mail, you have to unpack and
> >configure/make/make install the Scribus.
> >Best regards
> >On 5/8/05, Asif Lodhi <asif.lodhi at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>Hi Calum
> >>Here is how I did it on Red Hat Fedora Core 3 (strictly Step by Step -
> >>in order) :
> >>1) Download and install LittleCMS from
> >>2) Download and install LittleCMS development package from
> >>3) Download Scribus 1.2.2cvs source tarball from
> >>4) Download ICC profiles from
> >>5) Unpack ICC profiles in the directory
> >>/usr/local/lib/scribus/profiles using "su" from command line.
> >>6) Also copy the unpacked ICC profiles in the hidden
> >>"./scribus/profiles" (without the double quotes) directory in your
> >>home directory.
> >>7) Starting Scribus and selecting "Color Management" option from the
> >>"Settings" menu and checking the "Activate Color Management" option in
> >>the resulting dialog box.
> >>8) Phew! Color Management is installed!
> You should probably put this in the wiki so it can be easily found and
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