[scribus] The World Naked Bike Ride book wants to thank the Scribus team! [list numbers]
rich.inud at naktiv.net
Thu May 31 18:04:15 UTC 2012
How many people do you suppose is on the list?
Best guess would probably do.
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On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 04:21:25PM -0400, john Culleton wrote:
> On Tue, 29 May 2012 21:08:01 +0200
> Craig Bradney <cbradney at scribus.info> wrote:
> > On 5/29/12 8:23 PM, Richard Foley wrote:
> > > Hi Flem,
> > >
> > > I hear you. But LSI are very clear in their documentation, and I
> > > quote:
> > >
> > > Color Book Interior/Cover:
> > > Because color book files are required to be PDF/x-1a:2001
> > > compliant, ICC profiles cannot be used for any color book files.
> > >
> > > Furthermore:
> > >
> > > When I export using 1.5.0 with no profiles, LSI reject my PDF.
> My only experience is with cover files. I have submitted mine with no
> problem. I altered four for a customer and he had no problem. I
> created a cover for another customer and he had no problem. So it
> could be that the particular LSI worker wouldn't accept anything
> that did not have Adobe somethingorother as the creator. It also
> could be that for color interiors the rules are different than
> for covers of b/w books.
> When you talk to the LSI folks, you might mention that if LSI is
> intransigent on Scribus-created files we may have to recommend to
> Scribus users that they print through Createspace instead. And
> indicate the number of members on this listserv. Maybe that will
> get their attention.
> I plan on printing my next book with some color pages via 360
> Digital and use Amazon advantage for distribution. Unlike LSI 360
> actually wants my business. They aren't big enough to be able to throw
> sand in their customer's faces.
> John Culleton
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