[Scribus] Congratulations and initial comments...
william f. maddock
Mon Sep 24 13:18:17 CEST 2007
On Sep 23, 2007, at 4:56 PM, Frank Cox wrote:
> On Sun, 23 Sep 2007 17:20:01 -0400
> Louis Desjardins <louis_desjardins at mardigrafe.com> wrote:
>> What I know for sure is in the end, once you have
>> picked pics from all around, having them in one single location rarely
> I use pictures from locations A B and C. Joe across the room uses
> pictures from
> locations A B and C. Why do we both need a copy of that picture in
> our collect
> directories, especially if we're not collaborating on our documents?
>> This location could also be your server, diminishing the
>> trafic on your network. No?
> Actually, no.
> Depending on your work flow and directory structures, this could
> increase the traffic on your network instead. And again, for very
> little gain.
And what if somebody?for whatever reason?moves the pictures? Disk space
or not, it is far better to have the pictures embedded within the
actual document. That way, if someone wants to move the source pictures
around, let them. You've got the ones you need within the document.
This is also better for collaborative work, as all the needed elements
are right there and there is no need for the system to search them out
in order to rebuild the document, because they are all right there
within the document itself.
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