Wed Feb 8 21:23:58 CET 2006
I wouldn't call it a drawback. I have used Scribus a little in the past,
but since it has moved into Windows, it has been used daily for the many
projects I have going on.
I have used inDesign, version CS, and there was no fluidity for me. Scribus
just makes me go. I am not saying InDesign is a bad product, or not worthy,
but for me, it just wasn't it.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bart Alberti" <bart at solozone.com>
To: <scribus at nashi.altmuehlnet.de>
Sent: Wednesday, February 08, 2006 3:25 PM
Subject: Re: [Scribus] updates
> Nicholas Vettese wrote:
>> I am currently using the Windows version of Scribus, and I was
>> wondering if there will ever be an "Update" link in the Help section
>> to update the version of Scribus you are using. Since Linux is a
>> continual improvement alone, getting updates are easy. Just wondering
>> if there was a plan for the future.
>> Since the Windows version has been released, I use it for almost
>> everything. I am a Photographer, trying to start a business, so I am
>> creating brochures, price sheets, contracts, etc... There is no end
>> to what you can do with this product. I tried InDesign, but did not
>> feel comfortable with it at all.
>> Thank you to everyone involved.
> Indeed. My friends want to shift from Quark to In Design (I am the sole
> user of Linux and Scribus around here; I compile it but use it but
> little because nobody else does --- the big 'standards' problem, which
> is the biggest obstacle to the acceptance of the Linux desk top IMHO).
> Can you tell us what the draw back of In Design is in your opinion?
> Bart Alberti
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