[Scribus] Debugging problems with start on OSX
Sat Feb 3 00:42:22 CET 2007
I downloaded the right program and got the documentation, but I
am very confused about entering text:
Can't I just make a text box, click on the box, and just start
typing? Seems to me, the only way to enter text into a SCRIBUS document
is through the storyboard. My question is: If I've already entered
text and need to correct a spelling error, I just can't change
it in the text box? I have to reenter storyboard and fix it there?
On Feb 2, 2007, at 10:13 AM, avox wrote:
> Michael Crisci wrote:
>> I must have had the wrong ghostscript installed. It's fine now.
>> I have another question: Is there documentation available? I
>> went to the HELP menu, and it said that there was none with the
> You probabaly installed the release candidate instead of the final
> Easy to fix in Terminal:
> cd /Applications/Scribus.app/Contents/scribus; ln -s ../doc/
> scribus doc
>> The reason why I'm asking is: I'm very fluent in DTP. I set a text
>> box, went to the text tool, went to set a font, and there were no
>> fonts showing when I went to choose one.
> Not sure what you mean here. To change a font you have to use
> StoryEditor or the Properties window. The Style->Font menu is
> not working on OSX. The Style menu will disappear in the next
> version anyhow, so you better get used to using Properties :-)
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