[scribus] Best way to save a "Scribus object"

Jonas Nilsson imperativejonas at gmail.com
Tue Feb 21 13:51:46 UTC 2017

I second that. Make the text in Scribus if you find it to be better. Use
Inkscape for everything else.

// Jonas

Den 21 feb. 2017 14:43 skrev "ale rimoldi" <ale.comp_06 at xox.ch>:

> hi
> If I ever find time, I will try to test, how I can "liberate" a
>> Scribus-object as a separate vector-file, for example a logo made in
>> Scribus might become logo.svg. This would be hacking, but why not. Where
>> text is involved, Scribus is the "better vector" editor than other
>> tools...
> well, i'm not sure that scribus really beats inkscape there...
> anyway, you can export a document as svg (or pdf, of course) and then open
> it in inkscape for further editing.
> if you want to just export one shape, simply create a new scribus document
> and paste there the artwork you wish to export.
> btw, you can copy paste a selection from inkscape to scribus (1.5).
> the other way round it does not seem to work.
> ciao
> a.l.e
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