[Scribus] Scribus in Linux+

dwain.alford at gmail.com dwain.alford
Tue Oct 10 01:16:14 CEST 2006

Gregory Pittman wrote:
> dwain.alford at gmail.com wrote:
>> back to the article, did i understand correctly that scribus can produce 
>> a presentation similar to ms powerpoint and open office impress?
> In essence, what you can do is to use a PDF for your presentation. Thus, 
> Scribus gives you all its layout capabilities for creating your 
> presentation.
thanks, greg.  as i read the getting started with scribus wiki, i am 
picking up some things.

i asked this question in my first post, let me pose it again a bit 

in pagemaker 6.52, you can "turn off and on" each side of a cell.  in 
scribus you can only turn printing on or off for the entire table or 
cell.  is there plans in a future release to add this feature, or is it 
felt that a feature such as this is not needed, because it can be done 
in open office and imported into scribus?

i am looking forward to learning more about scribus and using it as a 
platform for printing art work that i create in inkscape.  and speaking 
of inkscape, i had placed an inkscape svg in scribus and received a 
message that some of the properties were not supported by scribus.  i 
assume tighter integration is still under way?  didn't i read something 
about this recently on the list?  i'm using on a windows 2000 


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