ale.comp_06 at xox.ch
Tue Oct 5 08:05:26 CEST 2010
> I've been working on implementing signature based impositions in my
> program Laidout. Its signature editor is in the spirit of Celso
> Junior's Easypose graphical editor, in that you fold right on screen.
> No fore-edge printing yet, though!
> I hope to have version .091 out in a few weeks, and it should be able
> to import, reimpose, and export Scribus files without major
> difficulties (unlike the current version). This can be done
> graphically, or from the command line if desired, thus it can be used
> from a script within Scribus. Whether it will actually do this
> without major difficulties, I don't know. That'll require lots of
> testing by people who are not me.
> As an avid do-it-yourselfer, being able to do complicated (or even
> simple) impositioning at home is essential. Many people want to make
> little booklets, or mockups of actual books before sending off to a
> more heavy duty printer.
> You can see a preview of the signature editor here:
can we get you to work together with celso junior? :-)
can we have prokoudine to write an article about it?
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