[scribus] X and Y coordinates

Riku Leino tsoots at gmail.com
Tue Dec 4 11:33:40 UTC 2012

I don't have Scribus available at the moment but I think in the view menu
you can find an item called Rulers relative to page. Enable that and then
drag from the meeting point of the vertical and horizontal rulers (top left
corner right behind the menus) to the top left corner of your page. This
will define a new 0,0 point to your document.

2012/12/3 Nicola Griffin <nickigriffin at mac.com>

> Dear Knowledgeable Ones
> I've created a 28 page document - a tabloid-style magazine. Scribus has
> been an excellent tool to use, but at some point during the process my X
>  and Y coordinates went haywire. Page 6 seems to be the centre of it all in
> that the coordinates on that page are correct. Before page 6 the Y is in
> negative figures and after it just increases the further on you go.
> I've checked through all the settings I can think of and looked at the
> Wiki.
> Any ideas please? It hasn't caused me problems as such as I'm able to get
> round it with adding and subtracting in the Properties X Y Z box, but when
> I create the next issue of the magazine I'd like to be able to avoid this
> happening.
> Regards
> Nicki
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