[scribus] Brochure printing using imposition

Peter H Nancarrow peter.h.nancarrow at skogen.co.uk
Fri Nov 13 16:18:30 CET 2009

Now the light dawns!  The quote from the Help manual was cut and pasted 
into my first e-mail on this subject, and it appears on inspection that 
it had a closing comment tag (which came over with the selected text). I 
guess that the opening tag was missing in the manual entry, so the 
reference to the imposition tool was not suppressed.

Nevertheless, I hope the question of imposition will continue to be 
addressed, since would provide a very useful function and enable 
brochure production without having to exit Scribus.

Christoph Schäfer wrote:
> Am Freitag, 13. November 2009 02:02:54 schrieb Peter H Nancarrow:
>> Thanks for the tip below.  Having installed Adobe Reader it worked fine,
>> even with a test PDF originally formatted as A4.
>> I'd still be interested to find out where the imposition tool in Scribus
>> lives.
> Actually, I don't know what you did. The text you quoted is commented out for 
> a reason, and the reason is that the student who wanted to write the  
> imposition tool disappeared without finishing it. What he wrote is in the 
> source code, but it won't be compiled at the moment, because it doesn't do 
> anything useful, yet.
> Christoph
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