[scribus] Paragraph Justification (Christen)
akroiter at tpg.com.au
Wed Nov 23 10:09:39 UTC 2011
On 20/11/2011, at 16:04 , Murray Strome wrote:
> From: "Christen" <christenanderson1994 at gmail.com>
> Not sure if this is at all feasible, but why not get rid of the forced
> justify icon and instead do something similar to the underline or shadowed
> text settings in the PP. For instance, when you click on the "underline"
> option, it underlines the text (as expected). But when you click and hold
> down for a moment, a small menu appears with width and displacement options.
> You could have the normal justify button, that simply justified the text,
> but if you click and hold down on the button, you can have the option for
> forced justification.
> (Hope that all made sense. Having a hard time explaining what I mean) :)
> Now that I have found excellent uses for the forced justification and know where it is located, I strongly recommend leaving it as it is. It makes much more sense to leave it with the other forms of justification than to move it somewhere else.
I'd like to agree with Christen's idea. I think it makes perfect sense.
As an example of what I think he means, if any of you has an iPhone, go to type some text and go to the screen to type in some punctuation and press and hold the full stop (.) key. That gives you the option of typing either . or … and if that is able to be implemented in Scribus for justification/forced justification, I think it would work really well.
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