[Scribus] some concerns / making scribus better
Fri Sep 8 14:31:39 CEST 2006
fredag 08 september 2006, 14:23, skrev Emanuel Schwarz:
> >Hi Craig,
> >Just looked up in QXP 6.5 and ID 4 (CS2).
> >None of them has that "round to next integer" feature.
> >ID lets the user set the jump value for the arrow key in the
> >Preferences, Quark doesn't but allows a key combination to access
> >decimal units. The arrow jump in Quark is 1pt. When you change the units
> >in the Prefs, (say to inches or centimeters) the jump value is
> >inconsistent : eg. in cm the arrow jumps from 3.035 cm to 3,071 cm to
> >3,106 cm
> It seems for me that the easiest solution would be the ID way.
> You should be able to change the jump values for arrow-keys,
> arrow + shift and arrow + ctrl in the prefferences.
> I think this way most people would be pleased (as far as i read).
> wishes / emanuel
I found the solution even better that suggested, that every inserted object
should only land on an integer value position (dont know if anyone want to
turn this off also? Then it could be optional).
That way this fiddling would be optional, and in most cases not necessary.
And if you have fiddled it onto pistion 1,234 mm (wich sometimes is necessary,
but mostly not), then you would also be able to move it 1mm (to 2.234), not
first to 2mm then to 3mm.
I need *both* options independently :-)
It depends on my object wether I need exact integer values or if I need a more
exact value. I dont want this to be the same for all objects IMHO :-)
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