[Scribus] Picasa

Benjamin Huot benjaminhuot
Sun May 28 19:20:24 CEST 2006

You can also get to it under Tools menu under folder options. I keep on 
finding new features that make this much more useful than iPhoto. I have 
to try out the batch rename. I like the print options where you can 
layout the photos 4 on a page - I won't need Photoshop Elements at all 
if I can get Picassa to make a PDF of this. Anyone know how? I set my 
default printer to PDF under KDE, but a dialog told me that it will only 
take effect under KDE applications.

Benjamin Huot wrote:
> thanks - I guess I am used to iPhoto where you can very intuitively 
> decide whether to scan or not when you first start it and they have a 
> very obvious cancel button. Thanks for the tip - I have it set so it 
> won't scan my portfolio after it finished scanning, so it won't scan 
> there anymore. I can't remember exactly how I did it.
> I just had to cancel it again as it was scanning my theme iGreen for KDE 
> I just downloaded, but you just choose remove from Picassa from the 
> Folder menu and you can just block the documents or home folder from it.
> Gregory Pittman wrote:
>> Benjamin Huot wrote:
>>> I heard on the following link that people outside the US had trouble 
>>> downloading it, so I think this is temporary until they sort out the 
>>> problem.
>>> http://www.linuxtoday.com/news_story.php3?ltsn=2006-05-26-018-26-NW-SW-RLhttp://www.linuxtoday.com/news_story.php3?ltsn=2006-05-26-018-26-NW-SW-RL
>> Hard to know, shouldn't last long. There doesn't seem to be anything in 
>> the EULA that would prevent someone from redistributing, as long as you 
>> did not do it commercially.
>> One thing I note is that, in common with the annoying feature of 
>> printing images natively in Windows, when you get ready to print, you 
>> cannot place your image on the page -- you are left with a list of 
>> layouts from which you pick a size, and for each size only their layout 
>> is possible.
>> In regard to the prior comment about scanning your computer, you can 
>> upfront when you first start limit it to whatever you want, your home 
>> directory for example, and even on the fly you can use Folder Manager to 
>> stop scanning of any directories after it's already started.
>> Greg
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