[Scribus] EasyPose Extra-Features

Celso Junior celsojr2007
Tue Oct 2 13:36:27 CEST 2007

Hi Dr!

Well, I thought that too and talked to my professors and they said that 
a 1mm line at the center of the trim edge should be enought, but one 
must left the option to ajust the width and position, so the user can 
adjust these values... We have binding and trimming machine at my 
college, we must make some tests to find the most usable values. Yeah I 
can place an adjust and manipulate correctly 1pixel slices of the image 
let's see if the theory works on pratice ^_^.


Dr. Werner Popken escreveu:
>> I thought...what if easypose could do that?
> Should be no problem for you to print any kind of picture, right? The
> sum of the stripes should be the total height of the picture.
> What I don't understand: How do you manage to print exactly up to the
> trimming edge? After all, you print first, then trim. The painter will
> apply the image to the trimmed pages, you will have to do it first.
> The only way to do it is with super exact print marks (quite easy) and
> super exact binding (next to impossible, I guess). So when you trim,
> print marks will be of no use. Usually, there is a 3-5 mm margin
> tolerance for trimming. This is really much!
> You would have to print in access which will give you no control to the
> final appearance. The whole discussion isn't restricted to paintings
> but applies to text as well, although it won't matter that much.
> Regards
> Werner
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