[Scribus] *mac scribus 1.3.2 aqua

Benjamin Huot benjaminhuot
Thu Mar 9 17:21:15 CET 2006

For Open Office.org 2.0 on the Mac you do _not_ need to install Fink. I 
installed Apple's X Windows from the Tiger install DVD. It is under 
extra applications or something to that effect. After you do that, all 
you need to do is download OpenOffice.org 2.0 and drag and drop the 
application bundle (icon) to your Applications folder. Apple's X Windows 
works with Inkscape and Gimp application bundles great too.

Thomas R. Koll wrote:
> Am 09.03.2006 um 09:31 schrieb lars:
>> Thanks for that.
>> Where I can get the X11 scribus. I had the thame problem with  
>> neooffice
>> (?); that works very slow but the X11 version of open office is  
>> better.
>> To say one can load openoffice documents and mean asci.txt is only the
>> half of the truth, isn?t it?
>> You have an idea to include 60 footnotes in a text of 100 pages and  
>> 120
>> images?
> Converting that much will take you a few days at least.
> So, if you are happy enough with the layout in OOo, stick
> with it. I've done a 200 pages book (printed 1000 copies)
> with OOo and it looked just perfect.
> For the X11-version you will need to install fink (fink.sf.net)
> first and then I think it's 'fink install scribus' in Terminal.app
> ciao, tom
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