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Letters in Indic anguages not displaying correctly

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Bahsa0011:

--- Quote from: a.l.e on September 25, 2019, 07:04:49 pm ---so,basically:

- yes, you need 1.5.5 for indic languages.
  (and the support is said to be rather good)
- no, you don't need ghostscript for getting scribus to work
  (you only need gs for specific features)

so, for your first tries you need to downlaod

https://sourceforge.net/projects/scribus/files/scribus-devel/1.5.5/scribus-1.5.5-windows-x64.exe/download

please give feedback if it did work for you.

--- End quote ---

Thanks for the advice. It worked perfectly.

There was some issue with line spacing for Gujarati, but otherwise all the Indic languages I used displayed perfectly.

I've been using open source software to learn random things for a while now. Its given me the confidence to go ahead with this project and that's why I particularly wanted to use Scribus. Very happy it's worked out.

Thanks again.

a.l.e:
hi @Bahsa0011

nice to know that it worked also for the gujarati language!

can you please describe (screenshot, pdf, sample text, sla file) the issue with the line spacing for gujarati?

ciao
a.l.e

Bahsa0011:
I had the first print proofs delivered today. Need to go through it more but definitely happy with the results.

I have a question on the 1.5.5 Scribus and the pdf/X1a. I want to export the front cover as a pdf in this but it's greyed out. Not sure if this is the right place to ask or do I start another post?

Will definitely send screenshots.

Thanks.

Bahsa0011:
colour management  :)

Took my what 5 hours or more to get to this. Still worth it.

a.l.e:
yes, you need to activate the color management for pdf/x1a.

you're still welcome to post more details on your issue with the line spacing... and, please, start a new thread for new issues...

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