[scribus] New tutorial on curves tool. - of topic - just I remember

Chris Bannister cbannister at slingshot.co.nz
Mon Nov 17 10:10:55 UTC 2014

On Sat, Nov 15, 2014 at 08:01:08AM +0100, ale rimoldi wrote:
> hi
> > On 11/14/2014 03:00 PM, tomas wrote:
> > > Years a go, I ask the developers, to change the pe ’pen-tool’
> > > ’freehand-bezier’ (or what ever is the name of the tool) behaviour
> > > to be like in Inkscape, Freehand, Illustrator - now is the
> > > behavoiur is exactly invers, Sorry, my english is poor, I can’t
> > > explain in other wors. Just try to draw a contour around one a part
> > > of picture with ’pen tool’ in Scribus, and Inkscape and the
> > > difference will be evident (obviuos). Nothing change for now. Am I
> > > the lonely who have this problem?
> what about removing the pen tool?
> what's the use case?
> having the kids participate in your layout work?
> the result is so ugly. if somebody wants to draw a freehand
> line, she should use inkscape and import the svg from there.
> do one thing and do it well!
> imo, improving the "collaboration" with inkscape is in any case a better
> use of development time, than further improving our drawing tools.

I think that depends whether you're a Windoze user or a Linux/Unix user.
Windoze users expect all the functionality to be 'lumped' in the same

I agree with what you're saying, but I'm a Linux user. :)

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