[Scribus] Scribus for Scientific Posters?

Benjamin Huot benjaminhuot
Sun Dec 2 21:16:12 CET 2007

have you tried context?

It is included in TeX Live
It seems too complicated for my purposes but it gives you more  
control over layout.

On Dec 2, 2007, at 12:10 PM, Xavier Colmant wrote:

>> That, together with the vector embedding of LaTeX output,
>> should
>> turn Scribus into a very powerful LaTeX page layout program.
> I never understood why there is no gui interface to Tex.  Scientific
> masochism?  Otherwise, Tex is incredibly powerful and flexible.  It's
> really good at laying out whole documents and to write formulas.  But,
> as master Andr?as said, it's a pain if you want to do some little
> specific designs on a page.  Generally Tex output is very bland.  All
> Tex documents look the same (man or info pages in Linux), thousands of
> thesis written by scientists...  Knuth's 'The Art of Computer
> Programming' is part of my bedstands books.
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