[Scribus] Another book done with Scribus...
Fri Oct 21 23:21:20 CEST 2005
Christoph Sch?fer wrote:
>> Craig Ringer wrote:
>>> Really? I'd have to disagree with that. I certainly do, and the
>>> paper I work for also tries to minimise them. Having to go to the
>>> top of the next column / to the next page / to the spill page to
>>> read that last darn word of the paragraph is very annoying.
I have to agree completely. If there aren't a full two lines (plus any
partial line at end of paragraph) at either end of a page or column, it
interferes with my reading "rythm" and reduces my overall comprehension
significantly. Exception: Single line paragraphs, but these are a
general linguistic (English) no-no, anyway, so they are fairly uncommon.
> They were all made by talented graphics artists, who obviously never
> bothered to learn the "boring" and everything but spectacular details
> of typography :(
As one of those people who is really not very interested in the
un-spectacular details of typography, I am highly unlikely to study
them. That said, I admit to have learned quite a bit just by reading
this list! Osmosis?
Anyway, anything I produce longer than about two pages goes to somebody
else (friend, relative, anyone not directly involved in the project) for
proofing and overall readability-opinion before getting marked
"production ready." I have been known to completely rework a project
based these non-professional reviews.
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