[scribus] Colors in Tex
john at wexfordpress.com
Fri Jun 17 16:20:49 UTC 2011
On Fri, 17 Jun 2011 15:13:38 +0200
"a.l.e" <ale.comp_06 at xox.ch> wrote:
> > The guy gave up after first post mentioning how to do what he wants
> > to do which left the impression he didn't even try (and doing it in
> > Inkscape will probably be much more complicated than using Render
> > Frame in Scribus directly). That's why I've written complete
> > example which can be used by simple copy-paste if he doesn't want
> > to try himself. So, he did get his explanation in quite simple
> > terms and Scribus + LaTeX definitely isn't complicated at all
> > (provided you know at least basics of LaTeX).
> yes, it was a good idea to show him (and the community) how (simply)
> the job can be done...
> but -- if we look at the original request -- i have the feeling that
> the discussion has gone a bit too far.
> we probably have to learn to start new threads when the subject
> changes (have a look at this mail: it does not belong to the thread
> it's in! look at the title above...).
> > P.S. What do you aim at with "is the black used for the text cmyk?"
> the explanation in this thread explained how to create (and apply) a
> color... but it didn't mention that black is a color and -- if you
> want a cmyk pdf -- you will have to redefine the color used for all
> the text! (and this is really crucial, since the original poster will
> probably only use black!)
> have a nice afternoon!
Black is the default in TeX. For CMYK use \Black is also defined in the
pdfcolor.tex file. There is no complexity here. If you switch colors
then you have to switch back to \Black if you want to go back to black.
This will hold in the Scribus render TeX function also, except the
LaTeX tags will have to be used.
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