[scribus] Paragraph Justification
jluc at no-log.org
Wed Nov 9 18:53:38 UTC 2011
Le 09/11/2011 19:06, Joe Zeff a écrit :
> On 11/09/2011 06:03 AM, john Culleton wrote:
>> Microtypograpy in TeX will solve the problem without visibly
>> stretching just one letter. All letters can be
>> stretched/compressed by tiny amounts to take up the slack.
> I'm sure it can. However, a Sefer Torah is written by hand, exactly the same way it was over a thousand years ago, and
> the last line of a verse is always justified (when appropriate) by extending only the last letter. It's not a matter of
> "there's another way to do it," it's a question of can either TeX or Scribus match the traditional way of filling the
> space? And, of course, whoever sets it up has to know when to do it and when to start the next verse without a paragraph
> break, but that's a different issue.
Scribus's property palette can stretch one or any characters up to 400%.
And it has to be done by hand ™ too !
But 400% might be not enough for some very short lines.
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