[Scribus] Dilemma: Scribus performance with Vector Graphics in Presentation

Tobias Hilbricht hilbricht
Wed May 17 09:48:29 CEST 2006

Am Mittwoch, 17. Mai 2006 02:23 schrieb Johannes Graumann:
> My problem is, that by dealing with such things as graphs in coordinate
> systems (think axes, axis-labels, label-dashes, impulse plots with
> annotation of prominent peaks) and technical drawings, the scribus
> document - while eventually being able to yield a pleasing result - is
> extremely tedious to work with.

Is Scribus the right tool for a presentation with technical/scientific content 
like that? As I have no experiences with Scribus with respect to the creation 
of presentations - I took this feature as I nice asset to present onscreen a 
static layout meant basically for printing - I am wondering why you prefer 
Scribus over, say OpenOffice Impress or PowerPoint or LaTeX with beamer? All 
three tools offer ways to make the result rather platform independent and 
they have more features, as far as the creation of presentations is 

Yours sincerely

Tobias Hilbricht

Dr. Tobias Hilbricht
Linopus Satz und Grafik

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