[scribus] Really basic questions
snowshed at dishmail.net
Sun Jan 30 06:06:18 CET 2011
Thanks for the welcome to Scribus.
I do know about the manual for 1.3.5. I haven't bought it yet, trying to
catch up with some bills at the moment, and reverse the current cash flow
If I find Scribus becoming more important and useful to me, I'll certainly
buy the book. I am a sucker for books, and rarely go into a bookstore with
out leaving with something. Used books are my real downfall! :)
On Sat, Jan 29, 2011 at 11:58 AM, John Jason Jordan <johnxj at comcast.net>wrote:
> On Fri, 28 Jan 2011 21:04:13 -0700
> Ken Springer <romanemporer at dishmail.net> dijo:
> >I hadn't thought about doing that, as I hadn't stumbled onto that
> >ability in Scribus. I'll remember it, though.
> >I was also having so much trouble getting the text to do what I
> >wanted, I finally gave up and did it in Open Office. And I needed to
> >get it done, I was running out of time. In 30 minutes I had the
> >layout I wanted. Kept changing colors and editing text, but I would
> >have done that with Scribus too.
> >Hopefully, when I get a couple more projects done, I can come back and
> >try to finish it.
> Your post showed up between 8:30 PST (when I last checked e-mail) and
> just now, 10:50 PST.
> And welcome to Scribus! Hopefully eventually you'll learn how to do
> things and be able to use it to better advantage than OOo. I can also
> suggest that there is a new manual just out by Cédric Gémy, "Scribus
> 1.3.5 Beginner's Guide" that is less expensive and covers the latest
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