Difference between revisions of "Drop Shadows in 1.5.x"

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In the 1.5.x versions, we now have a new section in Properties.
 
In the 1.5.x versions, we now have a new section in Properties.
  
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[[File:Dropshadows3.png]]
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|Because of some particulars of the appearance of Properties, you may not be able to see all of these settings without scrolling. This image is a composite made to show all settings at once.
 
|Because of some particulars of the appearance of Properties, you may not be able to see all of these settings without scrolling. This image is a composite made to show all settings at once.
 
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So now let's look at a simple situation where we just check the Has Drop Shadow box, leave offsets as they are, color Black, and set Opacity to 80%.
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[[File:Dropshadows4.png]]

Revision as of 21:19, 6 September 2016

We now have as of 1.5.x versions of Scribus REAL Drop Shadows. You may be familiar with shadows as a type of text effect. These had very limited adjustments, just the color, the X/Y shift of the color, and the saturation. Here we see an example of this:

Dropshadows1.png

I've accentuated the distances, and used a black shadow with 30% saturation. Notice the sharp edges of the shadow, about which you have no choice.

Comes 1.5.x

In the 1.5.x versions, we now have a new section in Properties.

Dropshadows3.png Because of some particulars of the appearance of Properties, you may not be able to see all of these settings without scrolling. This image is a composite made to show all settings at once.

So now let's look at a simple situation where we just check the Has Drop Shadow box, leave offsets as they are, color Black, and set Opacity to 80%.

Dropshadows4.png