[scribus] Arrows and lines
john at wexfordpress.com
Mon Jul 5 16:46:05 CEST 2010
On Sunday 04 July 2010 19:56:35 Louis Desjardins wrote:
> 2010/7/3 Stewart Noy <windrunner at mweb.co.za>
> > Gregory Pittman-3 wrote:
> > > Hmm. Hard to say. If we look at it from the point-of-
view of how
> > > various other things operate in Scribus, it might
make more sense to
> > > have either more choices of size than S, M, or L (let's
> > > Max/Min then decimal increments, for example), or
that there could be
> > > some ± spinbox percentage of a basic size. You run
the risk of things
> > > getting too fiddly in the process. You can of course
submit a feature
> > > request, but it's a little bit dependent on how easy it
is to modify
> > > the current code.
> > Yeah more arrow head sizes seems like it might be the
> > implement. I guess it's not a feature that many people
have the need for.
> Please don’t underestimate the needs!
> The bugtracker is a straightforward way of letting know
others you have a
> need. Just express it. There is no point at being self-
> > Thanks for the tip on copying and pasting though, think
I'll try that
> > instead of reverting to an older version of Scribus.
> > Keep up the good work.
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Faced with this difficulty I would just use another program to
create the line plus arrowhead and then import it. Or I would
just accept the line/arrowhead combination offered by
Another thought: create the line with the correct arrowhead
and then overlay the line with another graphic of a line.
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