[scribus] refrase the problem: bleeds stay present in PDF with Clip to Page Margins
ale.comp_06 at xox.ch
Fri May 18 09:57:25 UTC 2012
> > > I made a book with a lot of page covering pictures.
> > > So I added a bleed. This PDF was printed by a professional
> > > printer.
> > >
> > > I also would like a PDF for the use in a website, with no bleeds.
> > >
> > > I thought that exporting to PDF with the option "Clip to Page
> > > Margins" checked, would always give me a PDF clipped the page
> > > margins and without the slight encroachments.
> > > Thats how I remember it from working with 1.3.7.
> > > But it seems that I was wrong about that.
> > looks like a sane use of that option...
> > if nobody is against to change "clip to printer margins" (shouldn't
> > it be renamed to "clip to page border"?) to ignore the bleeds (and
> > generally the whole pre-press tab), i guess that you
> > should fill a feature request on http://bugs.scribus.net .
> We should stick with PDF terminology.
> TrimBox (once trimmed on the crop marks, the actual page format)
> BleedBox (bleed zone)
> Basically, TrimBox ignores totally the bleed and show you the page
> how it will look when cut to final size. This is what you are looking
> for here. That way, you’ll see the exact bleed effect.
does anybody feel like writing a bug report?
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