[scribus] We should be able to change fontsize in latex editor

Meho R. mehor at gmx.com
Thu Jun 16 17:26:21 UTC 2011

On 16.06.2011 18:14, a.l.e wrote:
> hi john,
>>>> If the end result is to be a poster then CMYK would be my choice. 
>>>> It is
>>>> printing after all.
>>> he is probably printing the poster on a internal print shop with a 
>>> laser
>>> printer which expects RGB files...
>>> afaik, nowadays, printing not always expects CMYK, anymore! and you
>>> should only do CMYK if somebody requested to do so (or you have the
>>> knowhow to handle CMYK!)
>>> ciao
>>> a.l.e
>> To each his own. My desktop color printer (HP Color Laser CP1518ni) has
>> four cartridges, Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and blacK. Clearly it will handle
>> CMYK just fine.
> if if it has four cartridges, your desktop printer probably expects 
> RGC (this means that your driver converts your job in RGB and then the 
> printer converts it back to CMYK.
>> I do not see any difficulty in handling CMYK in Scribus.
> yes, but it's harder to produce CMYK from latex.
> since the persons having asked the question doesn't seem to have a 
> deep color knowledges, it's probably better for him to stick to RGB.
> but why do simple, when one can do it complicated!
> ciao
> a.l.e
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Not really. It is enough to use cmyk option to xcolor package, define 
your colors, and all is set. E.g.


Then in the text use \color{examplecolor}. Simple as that.

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