[Scribus] Version 1.3.4 for Windows XP
Mon Jun 4 08:22:37 CEST 2007
I have seen there are some issues with 1.3.4 when opening existing 126.96.36.199
Will 1.3.5 be reliable enough to open older 188.8.131.52/10 docs exactly as they
would appear in 1.3.5?
For me and I suspect others, the bleeds are one of the functions that make
1.3.4 so appealing.
I guess my question is should I go ahead with the current stable version or
will I find that later versions also won't import the older versions docs
exactly as they should?
Gregory Pittman wrote:
> 1.3.4 will not ever be a "stable" version. Soon, it will be superseded
> by 1.3.5, which will also be considered developmental.
> While as I understand it technically the next stable version beyond the
> 1.3.3.x series will be 1.3.6, this will not be for some time. On a
> practical level what is likely to happen is that with time we will see
> most of the 1.3.5 bugs taken care of, more users report good results
> with it, and the late 1.3.5cvs versions should be unofficially pretty
> stable, yet not labeled as such. Then comes the announcement that the
> developmental 1.3.5cvs has morphed like a butterfly into 1.3.6.
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