[Scribus] Setting leading
Sun May 21 17:33:22 CEST 2006
Thank you very much for your reply.
I am using Version 126.96.36.199 9 April 2006 Build ID:
C-*-T-*-A-Windows on Windows XP home edition.
Using your help I found the button with the tool tip
"Click to select the line spacing mode" on the edit
style dialog. But when I click on it nothing happens.
Is this a known issue?
--- Louis Desjardins <louisdesjardins at videotron.ca>
> >I am new to Scribus. I started with the tutorial at
> >but it does not seem to be in sync with the current
> Hi Ed,
> First of all, welcome to Scribus!
> Yes. The tutorial is way behind for many things and
> needs a serious
> update to the actual level of Scribus. Can be
> helpful nonetheless but
> it's better to keep this in mind while consulting
> >Fortunately the interface seems to be well
> >and I have been able to find most of what I need
> >easily. However I do have one problem, I can not
> >to figure out how to set the leading without
> writing a
> >python script.
> You don't need a python script. Read on.
> >I do know python, and intend to explore the
> >in the near future, but I find it hard to believe I
> >need to write a script to do something as simple as
> >changing the leading.
> >Could someone please tell me how to change the
> Edit > Paragraph Style is the way to go.
> You can set the leading 3 ways :
> [ ] auto (% of font size)
> [ ] fixed (you set the value)
> [ ] lock to baseline grid (you have to set the value
> of the baseline
> grid in the Prefs)
> In 1.3.x series, the 3 modes are available from the
> Paragraph Style
> dialog. The icon for leading is actually a pop-up
> menu and there
> you'll find the 3 options.
> In 1.2.x the option for Lock to grid is readily
> available as a check
> box option.
> >Thank you very much,
> > -EdK
> >Ed Keith
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