[scribus] Quark .qxd import
owen.cook at gmx.com
Thu Jun 9 23:05:02 UTC 2016
When you say the pdf that you import looks terrible, did you, once imported into scribus, export it as a PDF and then view it in a pdf reader? Did you look at the original PDF in the same viewer?
I have found that some pdfs are so complicated that Scribus cannot render it in the window, but retains all the data for a flawless export to another pdf.
Did you try importing it as a idml or idms file, no reason it should work, but you will never know unless you try.
(using 1.5.3 Rev 21368)
> Sent: Friday, June 10, 2016 at 7:07 AM
> From: Marco <marco.brignoli at marcobaldo.ch>
> To: "Scribus User Mailing List" <scribus at lists.scribus.net>
> Subject: Re: [scribus] Quark .qxd import
> I did try with the PDF import, it will be a last resort option as the
> Scribus document I get is terrible, thanks for the input.
> I'm now facing a new issue, as with the last version I have installed of
> Scribus (1.5.2, SVN 21331) I can't import the .xtg files, as they get
> not listed in the import window.
> Any idea?
> Il 09. 06. 16 21:45, Gregory Pittman ha scritto:
> > On 06/09/2016 02:49 PM, Marco wrote:
> >> The document is complex and requires a lot of changes due to new
> >> regulatory requirements.
> >> I'm sure it will need some work to get is usable on Scribus, however
> >> this is justified by the big advantage of using an open tool (sharing
> >> will be easier, multiplatform, etc)
> > When you import a PDF, what you get in Scribus is a number of grouped
> > vector objects (and sometimes groups of groups), which makes it fairly
> > easy to ungroup them, delete the parts you don't want, and recreate what
> > you need in Scribus.
> > Greg
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