[Scribus] Font management programs
Tue Dec 5 19:56:20 CET 2006
Craig, thanks for your informative reply. I do not know how long you and
others on this list
have been around Linux/Unix, but I'm sure it's longer than the 3 months that
I have been
exposed to Linux. My position is largely that of the students who enroll in
college-level Accounting classes. They know little about Accounting, and I
know little about
Linux. But I'm curious, and I'm willing to learn. I have written a book that
I am self publishing.
The writing is complete. I probably should have turned it over to an
publisher (and said, "I've done my part, now you do yours"), but I have
decided to do it myself,
although I have hired a lady to do the graphic design of the book's cover.
The interior design
is my job, and I have been learning about fonts, typography, DTP, book
binding, paper, etc.
So please be patient with me as I try to learn about Linux, Scribus, etc.
I might add that Robin Williams's book and her coverage of those 4 font
make font management sound and look Simple. So far to me, fonts on Linux
like its "Path to Font File" tab, which worked perfectly for me) seem far
more complicated, but I
must admit, I know too little about fonts on Linux to assess the situation
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