[Scribus] Bleeding for bleed ... and stability
Wed Mar 26 01:04:42 CET 2008
Am Mittwoch, 26. M?rz 2008 00:39:50 schrieb Owen:
> > Hi all,
> > I know this has been discussed here recently, but again:
> > When I started a 40-page publishing project last summer,
> > I wanted to have bleed settings. I got very well along
> > by simply doing everything with (then stable) 188.8.131.52
> > After everything except bleed settings was done, I imported
> > the whole thing into 1.3.4, added the bleed settings
> > and was happy. Would this still be the way to go,
> > except, of course, that it's 184.108.40.206 now?
> > Serious problems lay elsewhere last time:
> > My document got screwed up, partly due to bad
> > PS/PDF from external sources (will know to avoid
> > this now), but partly the .sla structure was
> > obviously corrupted.
> > (I helped it by creating partial documents and
> > assembling the resulting PDFs with other tools.)
> > From the changelog, it looks like _tons_ of bugs
> > have been shaken out between 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168,
> > so what's your overall experience in stability
> > and document integrity now?
> > That said, I would just like to thank the developers for
> > there work -- it's great software!
> > Thanks, Martin
> Would this be relevant to your problem?
And just for the record: If an encoding issue can be fixed, this script will
be part of Scribus 22.214.171.124 :)
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