[scribus] How can we learn Scribus?.

Gregory Pittman gpittman at iglou.com
Fri Oct 19 13:17:47 UTC 2012

On 10/19/2012 08:14 AM, Peter Nermander wrote:
>> "Solved" is the norm in most dev\user mls' (1),
>> it means another you has searched the archive.
>> Can go straight to the solution that worked,
>> instead of wading though the ping-ping of the whole thread.
> Yes, but on a mailing list it makes no sense. Adding [Solved] to a
> subject will not change the subject of earlier posts. Those posts have
> already reached the member of the list and reside in the e-mail
> client. And it won't change the subject of posts in the archive.

A glib response might be that we don't solve (many) problems on the mail
list, but realistically the questions we get aren't solvable in the
usual sense. Typically we're supplying people with information, helping
with some understanding of how Scribus works, and there are questions
for which we may not have an ideal answer yet.


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