[scribus] Wrapping text around picture behind text
David Christian Berg
david at sipsolutions.net
Tue Aug 31 11:42:11 CEST 2010
I disagree, because you might want to move the church just a little bit. That would mess up the wrapping, if you change the text frame. Rob's solution definitely is better. Then you just have to move two objects instead of redoing the whole contour line.
On 31 Aug 2010, at 11:30 , a.l.e wrote:
> hallo david,
>> To clarify the problem again:
>> Imagine you have a photo of a steeple of a church that covers the whole page (imagine you are writing an article about church architecture and on on the first page of that article you want to have a nice photo). Now the sky on that photo is very light so you can put text on it. The steeple how ever is dark and text wouldn't be visible on it. So you want the text to flow around the steeple, but be on top of the sky. As sky and steeple are the same picture, the text obviously has to be in the level above the picture, because otherwise it is hidden behind the sky. The only way to make the text flow seem like it flows around the steeple is by flowing it around another, invisible object.
> in that case you change the form of the text frame to match the part of sky you want to write onto...
> i guess it's much more straightforward than to define a contourline on the part you don't want to overwrite...
> there may be cases where this approach won't work, but -- most of the time -- this is the solution to your problem...
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