[Scribus] New Wiki pages to support the devlopers

Gregory Pittman gpittman
Sat Jun 2 14:40:49 CEST 2007

Thomas Zastrow wrote:
> Christoph Sch?fer schrieb:
>> Dear members of this list,
>> Scribus is making progress at an amazing pace. An incredible amount of new 
>> features has been added to 1.3.4, and the roadmap promises similar 
>> enhancements for 1.3.6. However, as those testing and using Scribus on 
>> regular basis know, there are two areas which are likely to suffer a bit from 
>> fast development, namely the user interface and the undo/redo system.
>> As for usability, Scribus has been praised, but also criticised. To help the 
>> guys improving the overall "experience" of using Scribus, I have set up a new 
>> Wiki page. You can add suggestions or screenshots there: 
>> http://wiki.scribus.net/index.php/Discussion:_Scribus_UI/usability_improvements
>> As for the Action history, I'm sure that many of you already stumbled a 
>> missing implementation of undo/redo. Some of the issues are already filed to 
>> the bugtracker, and there exists a Metabug for those reports: 	
>> http://bugs.scribus.net/view.php?id=5745
>> However, it may be easier to create a simple list of missing undo actions to 
>> keep track of all those actions. Feel free to add anything you're missing 
>> here: http://wiki.scribus.net/index.php/List_of_missing_undo/redo_actions.
>> Thanks in advance for your contributions
> Christoph, that's a good idea.
> Nevertheless, Scribus has already a lot of settings, especially in the 
> File / Preferences menu which are improving the usability. With some of 
> the standard values here, I'm not happy  and I change  them as quickly I 
> installed Scribus :-)
> Perhaps it would be also a good idea  to collect some individual 
> settings from Scribus users.
Ok, how about this (accessed from Tips):



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