[Scribus] Justification in 1.3.4
Wed Jul 18 12:55:29 CEST 2007
Axel Bojer wrote:
> Cedric Sagne skrev:
>> Thanks Andreas for the 1.3.4 justification rules wiki article. I had to
>> it twice in order to understand it (a bit slow on a Sunday morning - more
>> coffee please !).
>> Now I humbly think 1.3.3 rules should still be available as an option NOT
>> because they are technically better (not the case methinks) but in order
>> prevent massive messes (and therefore additional work and loss of
>> productivity) when working on old documents. This will also ensure that
>> many of us as possible are creating new documents in 1.3.4 knowing it is
>> downwards-safe when opening old stuff.
>> What about a dialog warning when opening old documents?
> Yes. Perhaps even better:
> The choice right away to
> a) keep all the settings as in 1.3.3.* (to do minor justifications)
> b) Use all the new and imroved things (to rework or do big changes to a
> But at least informing the user that these two methods are there should
> be a good thing IMHO. (Of course this would only occur when opening
As long as you keep the word spacing / glyph extension values to their
1.3.4 / 1.3.5 should work exactly as 1.3.3.x. If you find a difference,
There will be a new paragraph layouter in 1.3.6 or 1.3.7, and then there
a setting for the compatibility layout. Old documents will use the old
new textframes will use the new one by default.
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