[Scribus] Export to image, font maximum
Sun Jul 2 23:53:02 CEST 2006
On Sun, 02 Jul 2006 13:52:18 -0700
frank gaude' <tanzen at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Using Scribus and InDesign I always make my image just as big as the
> screen, and then either use Ksnapshot or Paint Shop Pro to get just the
> right sized JPG that I want for the posting on my web site.
How do you get rid of the boxes around your text and so on to take the
snapshot? Or do you erase them from the image manually afterward? If so,
that seems like a lot more work than it's worth.
> Good luck, wish I could come to your theater... looks cool! <smile>
Well, I like it.
Incidentally, we have started printing the flyers 2-up on 11x17 inch paper and
cutting them in half since the Bargain Hunter got an electric paper cutter that
cuts about 1000 sheets at a time. The Bargain Hunter papers are printed on
11x17 paper and folded into booklets, so this way we don't have to reset the
paper size to do my flyers.
The flyer actually has two sides, with advertising on the back. The margin
offsets are to match the clamp that holds the plates in the press so the
finished product is centered just like it should be.
It is a little too big to post on my theatre website (I only get 4mb allowance
from Sask Tel) but I have just put it up on the Bargain Hunter website if any
of you would like to see what it looks like.
Made with Scribus, of course. (So is the Bargain Hunter.)
MELVILLE THEATRE ~ Melville Sask ~ http://theatre.sasktelwebsite.net
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