[scribus] What is going on with funny looking page margins in 1.3.5?

Steven Dayton daytonmeister at gmail.com
Thu Mar 5 22:06:30 CET 2009

You are right it is a silly visual taste thing. Call it the neat freak in
me. I wouldn't say it "offends" my taste. And I wasn't aware I was giving
the impression that it hindered my work in any way. Seems like it would be
something fixable and I'm just wondering why the change. When it comes right
down to it I think I could manage to live with it the way it is now. :-)


Steven Dayton

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Steven Dayton wrote:
> I am just wondering what is with the page margin guides in 1.3.5. Check
> the screencast I did to show what I am taking about.
> http://www.screencast.com/t/eDCUIsqoNW9
> I would like to see page margin guides extend to the edge of the page on
> horizontal and vertical margins and not stop short or butt up against
> margin guides.
Aside from offending your visual taste, how is this a problem doing your 
In 1.3.5, the margins appear as a simple rectangle on the page, with no 
lines extending to the edge.


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