[Scribus] Work stuck in Scribus...
Sat Jan 13 04:04:45 CET 2007
I could be wrong in saying this but 1337 is a developement branch. You
would be safer using the latest stable version. I think it is now 1334.
answer 1: If your printer has no problems opening a 1.4 pdf then go for
answer 2: ( a guess :) It may be that pdf 1.3 doesn't support
answer 3: Supply him with a copy of scribus :)
answer 4: Got no idea. I'll try to find out.....later
On Sat, 2007-01-13 at 01:46 +0100, Branko Vukelic wrote:
> I am trying to do my first commercial job using Scribus 126.96.36.199 and Inkscape
> 0.44.1 (on Linux). So far, I have created artwork using Inkscape managed to
> separate it using both 4 and 2 plates (I needed both0 versions). The artwork
> makes use of gradients, most of which have transparent nodes.
> Now, when I import the artwork into Scribus, I can edit the imported colors
> and convert them to CMYK. I can also export PDFs v1.4.
> So, I have a few questions.
> 1. Is outputting PDF 1.4 safe? Or I should perhaps use 1.3 instead? The client
> wants to be able to take the same file to different printers of his own
> choosing, so I want to be sure it would print in most cases (if not all).
> 2. If I am to use PDF 1.3, how do I get rid of preflight error messages about
> 3. My client asked me for an editable version of the artwork. So, how can I do
> that using Scribus? Or is it perhaps better to just give him the original
> SVG? He can't use Inkscape, and he asked if I could provide a CorelDRAW file,
> which I naturally can't... :-(
> 4. As last resort, I'd like to export (or otherwise convert the artwork) to a
> raster format in color-managed CMYK mode. Is that possible and how?
> BTW, this is a bit off-topic, but... Is it even okay for the client to ask for
> editable versions? I mean, this is not a book or anything he really should be
> editing... What are your experiences regarding such clients? Had any?
> Best regards,
> I'm not actually a complete beginner... but Adobe software had been so good to
> me, that I became somewhat spoiled by all the features. But I'm here to
> learn. :)
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