[scribus] that brownish color
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Fri Aug 12 06:39:23 UTC 2011
it happened to me several times for several reasons, and what I
conclude was that it happened when an error/conflict occurred. First
time it happened was when importing spot color images (thanks to Simv's
script) and that there was mistakes in the colors, last time it
happened, I was just manipulating text. Then I didn't save my changes,
reopened scribus and it was back to normal. But it wouldn't go back to
normal without that...
On Thu 11 Aug 2011 11:40:17 PM CEST, Gregory Pittman wrote:
> On 08/11/2011 04:13 PM, David Duncan wrote:
>> hi david,
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>> It happened to me today for the first time. Ubuntu 11.04 on 1.4.0rc5. I
>> was tinkering outside a text box when suddenly the text in the box went
>> brown and the line spacing collapsed to 1 pnt. The paragraph settings in
>> the style manager had changed. Unfortunately, I am unable to reproduce
>> it as I was doing some arbitrary changes like moving things around. Not
>> sure if this is the same issue as you described - the brown colour being
>> the only common element.
> Yes, it seems to be back. When I have seen this before, and just now, it
> pops up when I switch the language to something else, then back to English.
> For example, switching to German changes None to Keine. Initially, when
> I switched back to English things seemed Ok, but when I created a new
> document and made a frame, then Keine was there with this brown color.
> I had to delete Keine with no document open to get rid of it permanently
> (or so far permanently).
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