[scribus] Print while preserving transparent overlay.
hthryz14 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 25 03:39:58 CET 2008
Hi, please take my name off the mailing list.
On Sun, Nov 23, 2008 at 1:52 PM, avox <avox at arcor.de> wrote:
> John Culleton-3 wrote:
> > The way I use to flatten a semi-transparent overlay in a Scribus
> > generated file is to: export to pdf 1.4, load into Acrobat Reader,
> > print to file from Acrobat Reader, and then use the ghostscript
> > script ps2pdf13 to produce a flattened pdf.
> > I tried saving the same file by printing to file from Scribus but no
> > matter what settings I use the semi-transparent graphic becomes
> > solid. Similarly when I save as eps the transparency becomes solid.
> Yes, that's to be expected. PS doesnt support semi-transparent overlays,
> so the information is lost when converting to PS (Scribus should have
> given you a warning about that in preflight).
> Acrobat Reader contains an advanced piece of software that does the
> transparency flattening.
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