[Scribus] Downloadable Documentation

Asif Lodhi asif.lodhi
Mon Sep 17 22:19:31 CEST 2007

Thanks Craig.

On 9/17/07, Craig Bradney <cbradney at scribus.info> wrote:
> Open Scribus, go to Help->Scribus Manual.

I did it but there is no manual or help documentation.

> If theres no docs, and you are on debian etc, theres a documentation package
> to install.

I am using Fedora 7 and Scribus has come bundled with it -
probably. Your reply suggests that the documentation package is on my
Fedora 7 DVD. I'll look it up, thanks. The problem is I can't connect
to the Internet from Fedora 7 - I have a dial-up internet connection -
it just doesn't recognize the carrier even! I don't know what they
have done with the dial-up functionality - it seems to be some kind of
an over-enhancement of security - however, I can connect to the
Internet from the same machine using a Windows installation. It was
not like that previously but it's strange now as I am having to work
on Windows installed on one disk to browse the Internet and am using
the Linux disk for work! I can't browse the Internet and work at the
same time! I'll post this issue on Fedora List. The reason I mentioned
it here is that I haven't yet upgraded to a broadband or DSL
connection and browsing the Scribus docs on a dial-up connection only
works when I am connected to the Internet - which is when I am using
Windows and Scribus is not there!

Anyway, Scribus- is really vastly improved than the 1.2.2cvs I
used to work on previously. Thanks a lot for that.

Best regards,


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