[Clipart] borders for printing flyers, announcements
tactics at welho.com
Sat Jul 3 13:04:27 PDT 2004
Jonadab the Unsightly One wrote:
> Riku Leino <tactics at welho.com> writes:
>>When talking about Scribus the current solution is the best I can
>>imagine. After all Scribus is a dtp application which means that
>>things you create with it are most likely to be printed on paper
>>which then again most likely will be white.
> On paper, yes.
>>Having the page background something else than the paper color is a
>>really strange solution.
> No, it's not strange; it is standard behavior. *ALL* well-behaved
> applications do this, and there is *NO* excuse to do otherwise.
> OpenOffice.org does it (if you have Win32 or GTK2). Corel WordPerfect
> Office Suite does it. Microsoft Office does it. Microsoft Works does
> it. 602 PC Suite does it. Heck, WordPad does it. Scribus flunks
Huh, You obiously have no idea what a dtp application is for.
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