[scribus] justification not working on last line - solved
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Wed May 17 15:49:28 UTC 2017
Am 17.05.2017 17:37, schrieb ZASKE Martin:
> solved - solved - solved - solved - solved - solved - solved - solved
> On 17.05.2017 07:31, Rolf-Werner Eilert wrote:
>> Sounds like a computation error or if any of the letters in your font
>> reaches downstairs somewhat longer.
>> I remember vaguely that I had a similiar thing with a poster long time
>> ago, the font's length downstairs being the reason.
>> Try to adjust the lower border of the text frame so it doesn't let the
>> next line in but just is enough to take up the font.
>> Another idea: do you use a justification grid like for two-column
>> design? I remember there was a case when I had something like this when
>> the font height didn't fit the vertical justification grid. Maybe just
>> switching it off is the solution.
> Dear Rolf,
> thank you so much for sharing your experience from "long time ago". You
> have solved our problem!!!
> I made our baseline grid visible and noticed that we got some "safety
> margin" from the last baseline to our text-frame-lower-border. But
> obviously not enough:
> Just pulling the bottom of our text-frame 1mm lower made the last line
> of text "jump to proper justification".
> I have just tested this fix for several text-frames - and reliably the
> last line jumps and justification is done properly.
> This even happens on those pages where the drawing is underneath the
> copy (using the Text Flow Around Frame / Use Contour Line option): When
> I just slightly move the image-frame to give more space, the last
> visible line of text jumps and justification is fine.
> I had often noticed that entire lines of text do not show, if there is
> not enough space; but I had never had any document where justification
> did stall for lack of breathing space. Maybe in this document I had paid
> too much attention to the First Line Offset and never looked enough at
> the bottom of our text-frames. Sorry - still learning this trade.
> I had searched all over the place for the problem but never would have
> guessed that a line which visibly renders 90% of the width, could have
> trouble in a vertical sense.
> Again, I am relieved that Scribus is stable and that I can keep working
> on our book. Thank you Rolf and thank you list - without your help we
> could not do this project.
> greetings, and "may the render always happen for you",
You're welcome - I hear you jubilate up to here!
Greetings from Germany
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