[scribus] eps probably

Mick Crane mick.crane at gmail.com
Wed Feb 18 01:20:48 CET 2009

Relax jeffery it's not so big an issue.

On 18 Feb 2009, at 00:07, Jeffrey Silverman <jeffrey.d.silverman at gmail.com 
 > wrote:

> Use Inkscape or OpenOffice Draw. I'm telling ya, Scribus can do it
> fine but if it is just a one page montage, Scribus is not the right
> tool.
> Seeya
> On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 6:30 PM, michael crane  
> <mick.crane at gmail.com> wrote:
>> yes thanks,
>> I just find that scribus is more accessible ( spelling) than gimp or
>> photoshop for making a design.
>> I have always done roughs. I just started playing and it got to 30
>> levels so I asked can i move this to another program ?
>> Can image positions and layers be moved to gimp as gimp understands ?
>> 2009/2/17 Murray Strome <wmstrome at yahoo.com>:
>>> From:"michael crane" <mick.crane at gmail.com>
>>> To:
>>> "Scribus User Mailing List" <scribus at lists.scribus.net>
>>> 2009/2/17 Jan Schrewe <jschrewe at googlemail.com>:
>>>> Hi,
>>>> If I understand your problem right, then you have created  
>>>> something in scribus
>>>> and want to edit it in photoshop? If all you need is a bitmap  
>>>> version of
>>>> this, my recommendation would be to export a pdf version of your  
>>>> document and
>>>> import that in Photoshop. Both scribus and Photoshop are better  
>>>> with pdf then
>>>> with eps, as far as I can tell.
>>>> Hope this helps.
>>> yes thanks. But the pdf is not happy with transarency and sometimes
>>> puts black lines around some of the images.
>>> It's not a big deal. I hope I don't upset anybody with basic type
>>> questions for a day or two.
>>> cheers
>>> mick
>>> I am not exactly sure what you are trying to do. If I understand  
>>> correctly, you have created a Scribus document which contains a  
>>> bunch of images which you would like to enhance somehow.  I don't  
>>> know if this will help or not, but I have found that if I modify  
>>> the original images with the GIMP (I guess you could use Photoshop  
>>> instead), provided I keep the same sizes and file names, after I  
>>> have saved them, the images in Scribus changes to the new version  
>>> automatically.
>>> I am no expert, but I believe that Scribus doesn't actually have  
>>> the images (or text either, for that matter) inside it. Rather, it  
>>> keeps track of all those things, and shows them on your screen as  
>>> they will appear (approximately).  When you create the PDF  
>>> document, Scribus collects all those items, scales them properly,  
>>> and passes them on to the resulting PDF document in the correct  
>>> places.
>>> I don't think it is a great idea to try to enhance/modify the  
>>> images from the PDF (or EPS) document that might be created. You  
>>> should get better results if you modify the original images with  
>>> something like GIMP or Photoshop.
>>> I hope this is helpful to you.
>>> Murray
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