[scribus] eps probably
jeffrey.d.silverman at gmail.com
Tue Feb 17 21:23:56 CET 2009
It sounds like you are using the wrong tool. Scribus, I mean. However,
your description of what you have done and what you are trying to do
(possibly two different things) is pretty hard to understand.
If you are trying to lay out a simple montage of images to convert to
bitmap, use Inkscape, not Scribus. Else, please describe the desired
outcome a little more clearly.
On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 3:17 PM, michael crane <mick.crane at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/2/17 Jeffrey Silverman <jeffrey.d.silverman at gmail.com>:
>> First of all, your post is rather rambling and hard to understand. I
>> don't see any problem with using proper punctuation, grammar, and
>> capitalization (capitalisation for those with a penchance for UK
>> spellings). In fact, I recommend it!
>> EPS is a *vector* graphic format. Well, you can include in bitmap
>> images, but EPS is basically vectors.
>> See this:
>> Anyway, you can't ADD resolution to something once it has been scaled
>> down. It is impossible.
>> Also, EPS is pretty poor at showing images until it is actually
>> printed, and can be hard to work with for the novice.
>> Hope this helps!
> so the image export saves what is on screen then ?
> and I cannot save the arrangement of images that I have made in
> scribus as a good resolution image ?
> who says I'm a novice ;-)
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