[Scribus] Textcolor doesn't work
Thu Jan 25 22:02:11 CET 2007
Now I understand. The pen makes the outline of the letters, the bucket makes
the ground color.
Anyway, that was not whole my screen you could see on the image, I cropped
it. My monitor is not the best one, but not so bad as you believed because
of the Printscreen.
Ludi Maciel wrote:
> On Thursday 25 January 2007 15:52, dazzle001 at sbcglobal.net wrote:
>> On Thu, 25 Jan 2007 12:37:09 -0500, IvanGabor <ibogardi at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > I hope I could upload. There are only two buttons regulate the
>> > none of them are highlighted. I did anything else, only followed the
>> > tutorial for beginners.
>> Scribus's method for altering text color (along with some other functions
>> regarding text) are counter intuitive to use. You must first right click
>> the text column to print up the text column protperties dialog. You then
> need to move the dialog bog out of the way!
> It wouldn't be a issue if you were using a greater resolution/monitor.
> Anyways, you can always use the menu Style > Color (the text frame must be
> selected, otherwise it won't work) or use a predefined text style. The
> Editor also has the ability to change the text color.
> (Yes, it's) A bit strange if you get used with those InDesign tabs.
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