[scribus] PDF contains fragments of other pages if doc has bleeds on all sides
acmh at gmx.de
Sat Jul 7 00:21:15 UTC 2012
Am Freitag, 6. Juli 2012, 19:29:02 schrieb john Culleton:
> On Fri, 06 Jul 2012 23:35:29 +0200
> Andreas Hünnebeck <acmh at gmx.de> wrote:
> > I'm working on a twofold brochure in A5 format (148 x 210 mm) with 3
> > mm bleeds on all sides (154 x 216 mm) according to the advice of the
> > print shop. If I create a colored text frame which shall touch the
> > border of the page it must be so big that it reaches the border of
> > the 3mm bleed.
> > If a frame fills the page from left to right it must be 154 mm wide.
> > The document
> > http://www.huennebeck-online.de/download/a5.sla
> > contains two such frames on two pages side by side. If I create a PDF
> > with or without bleed, e.g.
> > http://www.huennebeck-online.de/download/a5-with-bleeds.pdf
> > http://www.huennebeck-online.de/download/a5-without-bleeds.pdf
> > then I would expect that each page contains only its own single
> > frame. However both PDFs contain remnants of the frame of the other
> > page as well. How can this be avoided, other than setting the bleed
> > on the inner side to 0?
> > Andreas Hünnebeck | email: acmh at gmx.de
> For book covers I create just one page with bleeda all around. On
> that page I have three panels front, back and spine. Pethaps you
> could reduce your brochure to just one page. double width.
This is a 76 page booklet. I shall do this for the cover though as the print
shop prefers an A4 page size for the cover.
> Incidentally I don't use the Scribus bleed function. I just
> increse the dimensions to take care of the bleeds.
That was my approach until I found the bleeds. It's much more convenient to
work with bleeds if you have graphics which span over more than one page.
Andreas Hünnebeck | email: acmh at gmx.de
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