Le 04/10/2011 21:25, Bruno Friedmann a écrit :
I would said, branch the repository,
can you elaborate "branch"? starting from a "git pull"
>> PS : It's quite easy to import the .eps
Jos has in it's dropbox
>> and create a quadri-folio for Letter
I see an ".eps", to be folded twice (If I understand well, fold once,
then fold again the result) from Jos, then a three fold from Bruno,
the two of them impossible to print because they have no margin (see
> At least, it doesn't work for me, most of the
images go blank :(
surfing the web I beg I found the reason: inkscape do not read eps
bitmap images, only true vector. At first glance I lack the robot
image and the facebook image. So will have to take a snapshot of high
definition and include it.
Oh that part need to be redone for sure I've
captured an high
resolution dister (didn't find the svg source in -art, perhaps they
are on -susestudio somewhere)
I really like the original eps flyer. It's probably easier to fold (by
hand) than the three fold (I have lot of them and don't like to fold
It's very easy and cheap to print on *color paper* - usually plain
color. The color is not always very nice, but they can be printed on
black and white laser printer or photocopier for neraly no money BUT
The margin problem is a nightmare! My laser HP 5M have nearly 1 cm
margin where I can't print. Keeping this on a folded flyer is
difficult, having regular marging also.
So I think we have to separate the flyer components (images, block of
texts) and make them available separately (once included in the flyer,
they are sometime difficult to degroup). Like this the user may be
able to adjust to his needs.
Libreoffice is probably the worst tool for building this, but it have
a three fold option.
Inkskape works. Is it easy? I have to make sure
scribus should be the best choice. That said I have no experience of
it, I will try it asap
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