[Scribus] Imposition Tools and PDFEditor Application
John Jason Jordan
Mon Jun 25 23:35:23 CEST 2007
On Mon, 25 Jun 2007 16:19:50 -0400
Gregory Pittman <gpittman at iglou.com> dijo:
> > The documentation for multivalent seems to indicate that it
> > can burst a multi-page PDF into individual pages. These can then be
> > laid out in Scribus, twice on each side if desired. So I can use
> > Scribus the same way I used to use InDesign to do the two-up layout
> > that I need. Except that for InDesign there is a script that does it
> > automatically. It should be scriptable in Scribus as well, except that
> > I'm not a programmer so I don't know how to do it.
> Keep in mind, this leads to the same problem we hear a lot about:
> Scribus will rasterize these single-page PDFs, so you will lose some
Oh! I did not realize that. I am not yet a serious user of Scribus. I
keep watching here hoping that eventually I will be able to use it for
everything. So far I have used it just for a few small jobs.
I did place a PDF and I noticed that the screen view was fuzzy. I
assumed that was just a screen view and that the font embedded in the
PDF would be used for printing. Assuming what you say is true, then I
need a different tool. What Linux program can I use to place PDFs on a
multiple page document?
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