[Scribus] resizing graphics inside a frame - a novice question

Pierre-Luc Auclair p.lucauclair
Mon Apr 10 07:28:37 CEST 2006

This is easy, three ways and they are all into the Properties palette, Image 
1. Set Y-Scale or X-Scale
2. Set Y-resolution or X-resolution
3. Use scale to frame

AFAIK you cannot scale it with your mouse yet, but you can move it from within 
the frame by double clicking on it.


On Monday 10 April 2006 01:22, Gertjan Hofman wrote:
> Having worked on a number of large software projects,
> mail messages like these can be annoying...but I would
> appreciate the help.
> I want to do something very simple - insert a picture
> on a page without having to set the size in gimp. I
> create a picture frame, I Get Image and end up with a
> cropped image inside the frame. How can I scale the
> image inside  Scribus ? (i.e. fit the image to the
> frame) This seems so trivial but I have stared at the
> menus, read the manual and searched the archives. What
> makes me feel a little better is that my girlfriend, a
> professional book designer with years of
> Quark/InDesign experience can't work it out either.
> Surely this is possible ?
> Perhaps it's a keyboard issue - I am runnng FC4, KDE
> 3.5, scribus 1.3.2. No combination of alt, ctrl seem
> to give the options I need.
> Much appreciated,
> Gertjan

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