[scribus] Image moving with text

Jean-Paul Gendner jean-paul.gendner at orange.fr
Sat Jun 21 14:39:39 UTC 2014

	In the example without linespacing changes, the equation is a little
bit crushed. Furthermore, needs of changing linespacing depends mostly of
the considered equation. In the example, it is a simple one. Often there are
some division's line superposed or other signs needing space.

	In my example text and formula font sizes are the same.

	If I separate out the formulas in their own space, I will have too
many white spaces, because there are many formulas. Anyway, I use a
publishing software to get a presentation as good as possible, but never
accept that the presentation aspect takes over the background of a


Jean-Paul Gendner
Site : f5bu.fr

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On 06/21/2014 04:10 AM, Jean-Paul Gendner wrote:
> Hi,
> 	Many thanks for these examples. I think it is better to avoid
> inserting a newline, because if there are changes in the document it may
> then be bad placed.
> 	As already said, if there are only a few inline objects it is not a
> problem. The problem is the time needed if there are many.
> 	Ideally the properties of an inline object should include specific
> parameters like:
> - use real object width Yes/no;
> - use real object height Yes/no (at present time, the width of the object
> always used, never the height);
> - Vertical offset in mm.
When you have a limited number of options, you can only choose from 
those available, and try to make it work somehow. One thing I wanted to 
illustrate in the examples was that it wasn't clear to me that 
increasing the linespacing for the line with the formula was even 
necessary -- the top example had the same linespacing throughout. I see 
a visual disruption created by having the formulas of a different font 
size than the surrounding text. If there are instances where altered 
linespacing clearly is necessary, it might be better to separate out the 
formula in its own space rather than create an ugly irregularity of 


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