[scribus] applying mask to all pages.

Luiz DeLuca luizgdeluca at yahoo.com
Sun Mar 8 21:25:01 UTC 2015

Craig,hi!I have a headache : Porcentages of background colour applied in letter frame harms foreground lettering colour. That´s normal?
thanksLuiz de Luca
      From: Craig Bradney <cbradney em scribus.info>
 To: Scribus User Mailing List <scribus em lists.scribus.net> 
 Sent: Sunday, March 8, 2015 2:35 PM
 Subject: Re: [scribus] applying mask to all pages.

> On 08 Mar 2015, at 18:23, Peter Nermander <peter em nermander.se> wrote:
>> As it happens the Scribus 1.5.0 documents have
>> slightly larger page size than the input pages so
>> these unwanted markings show up. I have been
>> covering them up with white graphic patches, one
>> at a time.
> Why don't you just crop the PDF before importing? By cropping the PDF both
> crop marks and anything outsite the crop marks should disappear.
> An why even bother to import such a large PDF into Scribus? Seems like A
> LOT of work. To me it feels like a last resort if the material is not
> possible to get in any other way. PDF is a "final" format, not an
> "intermediate" format.
> If just a few pages need adjustments, you could import just those pages
> into Scribus and "re-export", and then use a PDF tool to concatenate the
> different PDF parts into one PDF.

There’s also that option…

some examples here:


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