[scribus] Introduction & Printing guides
ggrosso.dg at gmail.com
Fri Oct 12 14:14:10 UTC 2012
thanks for such a quick answer. We'll be in contact at #scribus.
On 10/12/2012 11:06 AM, a.l.e wrote:
> hi gabriel,
> here a developer called a.l.e speaking ...
>> Hi all. I'm a 27 years old graphic design student based in Argentina,
>> at the University of Art and Design of Oberá, state of Misiones. I
>> use GNU/Linux from redhat 4.8 (i guess the first attempt to bring gnu
>> to the masses) and now my main OS is Archlinux. I work entirely with
>> open source software Gimp, Inkscape, Blender, Scribus. Well, enough
>> of introductions and go to the point. I need to do some sketches for
>> a project i'm about to make, and i'm wondering if there's a way of
>> "print" the guides and the "no printing objects" to a PDF file (maybe
>> to print it in a greaseproof paper). I do some research and came to
>> this script developed by a user called a.l.e.
>> Now in Scribus, importing it and executing throws me an error:
>> Traceback (most recent call last):
>> File "", line 8, in
>> File "/home/gabo/guides.py", line 30
>> scribus.setFillColor('Black', rectangle)
>> SyntaxError: invalid syntax
>> I want to know if somebody has used it before or has another
>> turnaround to work with printed guides.
>> Well, thanks in advance and sorry about my English.
> i can have a look at it this evening CET...
> i think that -- at the end -- frédéric continued his work and
> "published" a finished script (which also printed crossed boxes for
> image fiels, iirc)
> i will be at home between 19 and 21 swiss time. you can ping me on irc...
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