[scribus] White versus transparent pixels question
vladimir.firefly.savic at gmail.com
Sun Apr 24 18:45:02 UTC 2016
This is actually one quite interesting question. You haven't told us the
most important thing and that is - how do you plan to print that material.
What equipment is involved in printing process? We have to start from there.
On Sun, Apr 24, 2016, 20:08 Marco <marco.brignoli at marcobaldo.ch> wrote:
> I'm a new and really happy user of Scribus. It works like a charm with a
> few hours of self-learning, supported by the nice on-line documentation.
> I have just a problem I can't solve with a document containing an image
> having a white object on a transparent background (and some yellow text).
> As the final result of my work has to printed on not-white paper all the
> white pixels of this image will have to be in the output (printer or ps
> Currently the white pixels are discarded, I can see this in the preview
> of the print menu with the transparency option enabled, as the white
> pixels are shown as they would be transparent. By changing the white
> pixels to any other color this problem disappears.
> Can anyone please be so kind as telling me how I can have also the white
> pixels explicitly in my output? It is maybe trivial, but I could not
> find the appropriate switch....
> Tnx in advance for your help.
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