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

Craig Bradney cbradney
Wed May 17 13:46:02 CEST 2006

On Wednesday 17 May 2006 09:48, Tobias Hilbricht wrote:
> 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 concerned.

PDF couldnt be more cross platform, no?

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