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Scribus

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Scribus is an open-source program that brings award-winning professional page layout.
Its also a pet project of mine to integrate it in to KDE in the best way possible, having that in mind i asked Lee Olson to help me create a new Scribus icon.... here you can see the result of this team work :) i must say i am really happy.

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WishMaster said...

That just looks fantastic!

Ronnie said...

Good for you!

I use Scribus-ng on my Kubuntu Feisty to create Full Circle magazine and Scribus + KDE = well, let's call them 'quirks' :D

Best of luck and I love the cool icon! :)

Anonymous said...

great. I'm using scribus every day (on KDE) but it isn't well integrated yet. sounds really cool. thanks

just jeff said...

It’s a shame there’s no “libtex” (or something to that effect); a lot of desktop publishing software could benefit from the crazy text/page layout code that TeX uses.

Robin said...

Wow, this looks very good! Just a minor note: In the bottom right edge, where the page is raised a little, the gradient looks a bit odd or unrealistic. Is this just me or has anyone else noticed?

Anonymous said...

I agree with robin

Anonymous said...

I agree about that shadow. I presume it is meant as the shadow of the blue line, but it is just distracting and a bit confusing.

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seo a5 said...

The only serious free option for desktop publishing right now is Scribus (http://www.scribus.net/). It’s software, not web-based. I’ve used it a few times and it’s pretty decent. Of course, I also have QuarkXPress, which I prefer. Hope that helps!

byodbuzz05 said...

The only serious free option for desktop publishing right now is Scribus (http://www.scribus.net/). It’s software, not web-based. I’ve used it a few times and it’s pretty decent. Of course, I also have QuarkXPress, which I prefer. Hope that helps!

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