[Scribus] Laidout - Impositioning

avox avox
Fri May 18 16:55:08 CEST 2007

Tom Lechner wrote:
> From: Eddie Armstrong <eddie_armstrong at ntlworld.com>:
> I've worked on Laidout gradually over the last 3 years or so, kind of  
> in between various other art projects. Each bout of programming has  
> been just one little step that helps me make my cartoon books just a  
> little more  easily.
> Well, one day follows the next, and suddenly after a couple years,  
> there was Laidout with wacky impositioning and image warping. I never  
> really intended to spend so much time on it... I do tend to use Scribus  
> to make pdfs. No single program is going to do everthing right for  
> everyone.

Too bad, I thought there would come along a worthy OSS competitor for
Oh well, now we've to put all our hopes on Passepartout :-)

> In any case, I look on with interest to see how the Scribus imposition  
> Summer of Code comes along. Mateusz! non-rectangular pages! It's the  
> future!
I'm afraid that beyond the scope of the project

>  If not that, might I suggest that the booklet mode double as a  
> vertically oriented booklet, i.e. a wall calendar?
Next you'll request Manga-style imposition? :-)

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