[scribus] Image to frame "spacing"

Ken Springer snowshed1 at q.com
Wed Jan 25 15:07:37 UTC 2017

On 1/21/17 5:29 PM, Gregory Pittman wrote:
> On 01/21/2017 07:17 PM, Ken Springer wrote:
>> On 1/21/17 4:15 PM, Ian Whitfield wrote:
>>> A quick workround is to add a text frame over the top of your image and
>>> control the margins with this. It is quick and easy and works well.
>>> I have tried the so called "correct" way to do it with contour lines but
>>> it is too messy for me and in fact I can't get it to work correctly at
>>> all!!
>>> Why the two types of Frames work differently has never made sense to me!!
>> Hi, Ian,
>> I'm guessing you may have misinterpreted my intent also.  :-)
>> I want to control image size inside an image frame.  And just as I wrote
>> the previous sentence, I'm thinking I may know a way, possible some kind
>> of scaling.  I need to go check that out.
>> I'm not having any problem controlling text flow around an image frame
>> using the contour lines.  I haven't had time to experiment with the
>> other 3 options for this.
> You can do this by adjusting the scaling, but there are no measurements
> to help you -- you just "eyeball it".

Hi, Greg,

Sorry for the late reply, other life activities took priority.  LOL

Scaling did what I was looking for, and I got things more or less 
centered.  <G>

It would be nice if, in a future version of Scrbus, the ability to 
automatically center the newly scaled image vertically and horizontally 
in the frame would be convenient.  Along with next to each edge of the 

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