[scribus] points below
nickigriffin at mac.com
Mon Dec 16 10:22:02 UTC 2013
Yes, I've done all those things. But I hadn't done the last one enough. I think that's the info I'm looking for. Thanks very much. That'll save a good bit of time.
On 15 Dec 2013, at 22:57, Owen <rcook at pcug.org.au> wrote:
>> Something I'm forever wanting to do but can't work out how to except
>> as a Style. I'd like to be able to change the height between lines of
>> text by putting say 3 points below or above. Is this possible without
>> creating a new style?
> You might like to read the manual (Help->Scribus
> Manual->Documentation) and in particular "Working with Text.
> There is an inter-relationship between line spacing and other
> character attributes.
> Have a play with the Properties Palette->Text->Advanced settings and
> you will see how all this works.
> I suggest you increase the Fixed line spacing for all lines, then play
> with individual lines or characters. You might also want to experiment
> with automatic line spacing.
> If you look at
> http://members.pcug.org.au/~rcook/images/linespacing.png you will see
> I have changed the baseline reference without changing the fixed line
> spacing cutting off the bottom of the moved "p" letters
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