owen.cook at gmx.com
Sat Mar 18 05:13:57 UTC 2017
> Sent: Saturday, March 18, 2017 at 7:46 AM
> From: "scrib at wexfordpress.com" <scrib at wexfordpress.com>
> To: scribus at lists.scribus.net
> Subject: [scribus] Icons
> All black icons are OK with me. Indeed all grayscale pages save me money.
> My favorite printer (360 Digital Books) charges for color pages
> individually. With other digital presses just a single color interior page
> ups the cost of all pages.
> My problem with the new icon set stems from the format as tiny png files.
> If they were not bitmapped but in a vector format I could
> enlarge them in a how-to book without losing clarity.
> One important Icon is particularly troublesome The graphic frame symbol
> does not mean graphic to me. And when enlarged it looks ridiculous. If a
> large T means a text frame then a large G could mean a graphic frame and a
> large S followed by a tiny e could mean
> a text frame with easy access to the Style Editor (nonexistent but
> potentially useful function.)
> If one can choose an icon bar in preferences maybe I should design my own
> set in Inkspace and output each in either icc or pdf format.
Have you looked at File->Preferences->User Interface and the played with the Theme and Icon Set to find something that maybe more suitable for your use?
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