[scribus] LSI compatible export to PDF?
richard.foley at rfi.net
Tue Apr 24 19:02:34 UTC 2012
Thanks very much for your replies.
I honestly can't say I'm going to be able to digest the 100 page SNAP PDF, but
I do appreciate the link. No doubt I'll RTFM my way through it when I've got
some time, although I suspect it's of more use to someone familiar with the
nitty-gritty of DTP Scribus/PDF/postscript/colour profiles and exports etc.
than a mere end-user like myself.
What I was really after was the "press the red button" answer ;-)
For the record, I'm using SuSe Linux 12.1 on x86_64.
On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 12:31:44PM -0400, Gregory Pittman wrote:
> On 04/24/2012 09:04 AM, guerrier wrote:
> >>Message: 5
> >>Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2012 10:58:56 +0200
> >>From: Richard Foley<richard.foley at rfi.net>
> >>To: Scribus Mailing List<scribus at lists.scribus.net>
> >>Subject: [scribus] LSI compatible export to PDF?
> >>Message-ID:<20120424085856.GB3708 at thpad>
> >>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
> >>Hi folks,
> >>I'm trying to export an LSI compatible PDF for a small colour book. From what
> >>I've google'd, I believe a "PDF 1.3 (Acrobat 4) might be the closest I can get
> >>to conform with PDF/X-1a:2001. However, I also see a "PDF/X-3" option, which
> >>appears tantalizingly close. Can anyone clarify, please?
> >LSI has clarified PDF/X-1a:2001 compliance in this pdf.
> >SNAP has a very enlightening pdf that also clarifies pdf/x
> Not sure which platform Richard is using, but if it's Linux, he
> could use version 1.5.0 to export to PDF/X-1a if needed. I would
> advise doing the work in 1.4.0, then load into 1.5.0 for the export.
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