linuxmurah at gmail.com
Thu Nov 3 05:01:45 UTC 2005
DTP what I mean is look like PageMaker, for publishing magazine,
newspaper, brochure, etc. Specially for page layout. But not Scribus.
Is there any?
On 11/3/05, Christoph Bier <christoph.bier at web.de> wrote:
> Lee Braiden schrieb am 02.11.2005 18:39:
> > On Wednesday 02 November 2005 16:11, LinuxMurah.com wrote:
> >>is there any other application beside SCRIBUS for desktop publishing?
> >>because I'm not satisfied with SCRIBUS.
> > If you're looking for DTP that doesn't work like Scribus, then something like
> > OpenOffice may suit -- DTP and WYSIWYG Wordprocessing have basically merged
> > anyway, and OpenOffice does have some particularly advanced DTP-like layout
> > features. It also has useful output options. Just disable the font and
> > formatting toolbars, and use styles.
> > Alternatively, LaTeX almost-certainly *does* have the features you need, if
> > you can figure it out. Various LaTeX frontends, like kLyX may help.
> For DTP tasks based on TeX, I guess ConTeXt would be the better
> solution. I write this as a longtime LaTeX user ...
> Just my 2 cents.
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