[scribus] Resizing Frame to Image's size
stmstmstmster at googlemail.com
Tue Nov 22 09:01:57 UTC 2011
you may want to tune your preferences. I like to have "poportional" as
default. This prevents accidental distortions.
I found it is often faster (for me) to use numeric input for size and dpi.
Scribus can use clipping path from Photoshop and Gimp. Great for cropping
difficult shapes like trees or people.
Am 21. November 2011 14:57 schrieb john Culleton <John at wexfordpress.com>:
> On Mon, 21 Nov 2011 17:05:30 +0500
> asif saeed <asif.lse2 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am a Scribus newbie. How I can resize an image and how can I fit the
> > image frame to the resized image if I resize it to a smaller size?
> Right click on the image frame and you will get a menu of
> options. Here are some choices:
> Resize image to frame.
> Resize frame to image.
> You can also click on "Properties" at the bottom of the menu and
> get another screen. At the top of that screen is a bar that says
> "X,Y,Z". When clicked you get boxes for
> X pos
> Y pos
> These also may appear by default.
> You can modify these values as needed. The first two set the
> location of the upper left corner of the graphic frame.
> See the Scribus Tutorial, the "Scribus Manual" and Cedric Gemy's
> book "Scribus 1.3.5 Beginner's Guide".
> John Culleton
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