[Scribus] Image frame doesn't make any sense to me

dax702 dax702
Wed Sep 5 09:51:08 CEST 2007

I'm sure he's very educated about everything DTP, I don't question that. 
Another thing the creators of Scribus should consider is that there will be
a lot of people like me who just need a DTP package in order to create a
book or pamphlet or something along the lines, but they aren't necessarily
wanting/or needing to become experts at DTP. I didn't want to lay out
hundreds and hundreds of dollars for a program I'll use once.  In other
words, they'll get it because it's free, they'll use it for what they need
and then probably never use it again until the next project comes along that
requires it..  Considering that market in addition to the seasoned pros is a
good move because the beginners will be happy that they can produce a book
easily and they'll tell their friends about it.  I've already told one
person about Scribus as a matter of fact... Especially being open source,
always design for the lowest common denominator to satisfy the, "Oh, you
mean I don't have to pay $800 for Quark in order to do this?" crowd =)

(yes, I had the full resolution set for th preview setting, completely
illegible on the screen.  All of the images will have the same width, but
different heights)
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