[Scribus] Background of Chars
Tue Mar 27 18:26:28 CEST 2007
there's a font which might do what you want available for free here:
Am 27.03.2007 um 15:05 schrieb avox:
> Helge Hielscher-2 wrote:
>> I have a text frame with gray background and an enumeration like
>> "? first item ? second item ? third item ? fourth something"
>> The problem is that the numbers are hardly readable even in bold.
>> Therefore I would like to have the numbers (U+2776 et.seqq.) white.
>> All I could come up with is:
>> 1. set the backround of the textframe to none
>> 2. insert a new gray background polygon
>> 3. draw white polygon circles and put them behind the numbers
>> 4. adjust the position of the white cirles with every text change
>> Is there a more efficient way to achieve the same?
> I dont think so. You could try to use a solid black circle-char,
> change its
> textcolor to white and then try to overlay it with the wanted
> with negative tracking, but that's not much better.
> Or you could design little imageframes for the circles and paste
> them as
> inline frames, but inline frames aren't that robust atm.
> Another idea would be to adjust the background to a lighter gray,
> or use a
> gradient which has a lighter gray at the center.
>> Would this be worth a
> Unfortuneately there's no information in a font about the "holes"
> of glyphs,
> so IMHO it's impossible to find a general solution. The trick
> "white circle
> overlayed with circlenumber" and "use inline imageframe" should
> work, so you
> can file any bugs you find with that.
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