[Scribus] Bleed and 1.3.4, again.

avox avox
Sun Jun 10 12:06:03 CEST 2007

Magyar B?lint wrote:
> Louis Desjardins wrote:
>> 2007/6/9, Craig Ringer <craig at postnewspapers.com.au>:
>> - Use an image editor to clone the edges of the image such that the edge
>>> pixels are expanded out into the bleed region.
>> The issue here is the cloned area could still show up once the image is 
>> cut.
>> The risk is low but it exists. For that reason, this is really my 2nd
>> choice.
> I disagree. Even someone inexperienced with raster image editing can use a
> clone 
> tool to realistically expand an image at its edges, be it in The GIMP or 
> Photoshop. Of course, difficulty varies with the content, but in most
> cases it 
> can be a very viable option.

But if the final cutting isnt very accurate, wouldnt you end up with
horizontal stripes at the cut border?
Consider a diagonally striped image:


^ cloned bleed

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