[Scribus] properties window & story editor

Nicholas Vettese nvettese
Fri Nov 17 17:31:53 CET 2006

I am using the same resolution you are, with Windows XP SP2, and I am
not having that problem.  At work here, I am using 1280x1024, and there
is still no problems.  


> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:scribus-bounces at nashi.altmuehlnet.de] On Behalf Of 
> Adam Lafayette
> Sent: Friday, November 17, 2006 10:46 AM
> To: scribus at nashi.altmuehlnet.de
> Subject: [Scribus] properties window & story editor
> Scribus is great I have now used it for creating 2 cd covers 
> (1 for an old band and 1 for a current band) and making some 
> business cards.
> I am using windows XP and scribus
> In case it matters my video resolution is set at 1152x864 at 32bit.
> something I have noticed in this version and previous 1.3.x 
> versions is that when I bring up the properties window it 
> does not show me all the options, I need to use the vertical 
> or horizontal scroll bar in the properties window to look at 
> everything no matter if it is xyz, shape, text, line or colors.
> If I use my mouse cursor to try to resize the properties 
> window it does not give me the option to resize it.
> Is this a feature or a bug or neither?  It would be nice if I 
> could resize it so I wouldn't have to scroll.
> The other thing is it would be nice if the line spacing 
> control found in the properties windows under text was also 
> in the story editor.
> I would like to be able to change line spacing from the story 
> editor so I don't need to leave it and then go back into the 
> story editor when working with text.
> I know I don't need to use the story editor to editing text 
> but I do like it.
> Thanks.
> Adam Lafayette  N1ZGG     atomlbomb at yahoo.com      
> http://www.bloodkeg.com              
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