[scribus] About table grids
ale.comp_06 at xox.ch
Thu Mar 19 12:56:03 UTC 2015
the best rule to get good tables is to avoid them...
this is imo a general rule...
in scribus this is even more true. due to the not so perfect support for
the second rule -- that only concerns scribus -- is to import the table
as png or svg from libreoffice.
and if you really want to do table, alt-click allows you to select a
single cell. you will then find in the properties palette a way to set
each border individually. it should be in the table or colors tab.
but, really, avoid tables if you can: your text will be much more readable!
> Hello Barbaros
> I was having a look at this. Firstly a table is not a table in the
> HTML or wordprocessor sense. A table is made up of a group of text
> boxes. So a table is a group of elements. I could not find a way to
> change or hide the lines on 2,3 or all sides. I tried also by
> ungrouping the table but cannot find a way to selectively adjust
> individual sides of the text box. Conversion to other types did not help.
> On 19/03/2015 2:08 AM, Barbaros Akkurt wrote:
>> I am a new user of Scribus software. I seek information about styling
>> grids. For example, I would like the outer box be visible, but not the
>> inside borders. Do you have any guidance?
>> Thank you.
>> Dr. Barbaros Akkurt.
>> Turkish Chemical Society
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