[Scribus] Setting large text.

Christoph Schäfer christoph-schaefer
Sun Jan 28 23:16:22 CET 2007

Am Sonntag, 28. Januar 2007 21:50 schrieb John R. Culleton:
> On Wednesday 24 January 2007 23:35, Gregory Pittman wrote:
> > John R. Culleton wrote:
> > > I need to set two lines of text for a chapter head. I am working from a
> > > spec set up by another person. I opened up the text editor, wrote the
> > > two lines at 30pt and they overlapped. Then I left a blank line in
> > > between and the descender on the letter y still overlapped the line
> > > below.
> > >
> > > How do I adjust the "leading" so that I can place the two lines the
> > > proper verical distance apart?  I want the baseline skip to match the
> > > point size.
> >
> > This is challenging, and seems it should be easier or more flexible. In
> > the Story Editor, there isn't a widget for adjusting this. In the main
> > window, I think you are supposed to be able to adjust this in Edit
> > Contents of Frame mode, but I find that it adjusts the entire frame line
> > spacing. (v
> >
> > My suggestion would be to set up a new Paragraph Style (Edit > Paragraph
> > Styles, or accessible from Story Editor) for your headers. Here you are
> > able to independently adjust font size and line spacing to your likes,
> > and you will find that as you increase font size there is an automatic
> > adjustment of line size, with a preview window to show you what it looks
> > like. It will also allow for easily editing other headings later.
> Very handy. Now how do I preserve this style for use on other documents?
> What kind of a suffix does it have and where is it stored?

The style is stored in the document. You can import the style  via "Edit > 
Paragraph Style > Import".



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