Name: [1922] Dai
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Description: Hi I'm Dai Just an ordinary guy with an interest in computers who likes making how to videos for others to get the best out of there computers. I ounce did a course on web-design to further my interest in the subject. Got a HNC out of to boot but, lately my interest has turned to doing howto vide ...

Scribus multiple columns and svg images [ID:421] (13/42)

in series: Scribus Desktop Publishing

video tutorial by Dai, added 11/07

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Using svg images with in a multiple column page in Scribus

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Thank you very much for the demo. It helped me a lot!!


9. Colin Price Sun, 22 Aug 2010 03:07

At 73 I have just loaded Scribus 1.3.3 on my Vista Laptop and 1.3.6 on my X.P desktop, I am finding you videos very good its just as if you are sat next to me. Some of the changes in the 1.3.6 menu's are a bit tricky do you intend to cover the changes. An overview video of changes would be great. Colin P


8. George Charpentier, Saskatoon, Canada Sun, 07 Feb 2010 01:52

Interesting and useful - thank you


7. anonymous Fri, 27 Nov 2009 21:51

Hello Dai,

Thanks for your wonderful tutorials , in fact this being my first foray into the world of DTP I must say that you made a difficult and forbidding territory seem pretty easy to navigate around. But I have been using the scribus 1.3.6 svn which is the latest one in the series and I dare say that I am a little confused since the menus used in your tutorials and the ones in 1.3.6 have either changed or being used quite differently. text style for example. please help.


6. anonymous Sat, 15 Aug 2009 12:18

Lesson 13 was highly valuable in clarifying past lessons re inserting image, text around image, making white space around image, and creating columns.


5. anonymous Tue, 16 Jun 2009 13:46

I really like your slow and relaxing delivery. So ofter video presenters are herky jerky and obviously nervous. Even when you stumble in locating a tool or command, you are quite collected. Good subject matter and great deliver. Only suggestion would be can your recording volume be increased?


The column issue really puzzled me a lot before I saw this..you're great Dai..Keep up the good work


The latest version of ubuntu (gutsy) comes with scribus 1.3.9


Review of Scribus multiple columns and svg images

Hey Dai -

These are great little tutorials. It really helped me understand Scribus - how it works, and how to work it! Now I want to get the later version. (Ubuntu is supplying 1.25 in their repository)

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