[scribus] Announce: Scribus 1.4.0 RC6 Release
chappa-ai at q.com
Sun Oct 23 14:56:45 UTC 2011
On Oct 20, 2011, at 9:13 AM, Gregory Pittman wrote:
> On 10/20/2011 09:15 AM, Mike Sleger wrote:
>>> The previous behaviour of Scribus has been acknowledged as a bug. Now
>>> the bug is fixed.
>> Changing generated layout between revisions in a page layout application (where a user presumably created the layout as they wanted it to be) without a means to adapt the layout (automatically) for compatibility with the new code (with no shifting) is not the way things are done in the professional world of programming.
> Something you could do, which might help others out, and perhaps suggest a fix, would be to determine the difference or shift of the lines. Is it a fixed amount? Is it dependent on font size?
> The answer might come from shifting text frames by a certain amount, with or without resizing (could be done with a script), or perhaps aligning to baseline in some instances.
> Even those of us who are not contributing to code can find ways to help others come up with solutions to our problems.
Perhaps other people also experiencing the text vertical shift can verify this, but in my documents shifting each text frame down -1.0 pt restores their positions, regardless of font and size. For me at least, it's fairly consistent across the text frames and documents.
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