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'''Tłumaczenie w toku'''
This page is to briefly show something about how to place text on a path in Scribus.
This page is to briefly show something about how to place text on a path in Scribus.

Revision as of 16:00, 5 December 2006


Strona główna

Jak to zrobić

  1. Pierwsze kroki ze Scribusem
  2. Praca z ramkami tekstowymi
  3. Praca z ramkami graficznymi
  4. Praca ze stronami wzorcowymi
  5. Praca w Edytorze artykułów
  6. Tekst na krzywej
  7. Scribus w Ubuntu Linux
  8. Klik i Scribus działa
  9. Instalacja za pomocą Cmake
  10. Tworzenie spisu treści
  11. Formularze PDF
  12. Kolory dodatkowe
  13. Obrazek ze ścieżką odcięcia

Porady i triki

  1. Instalacja profili ICC
  2. Dodawanie fontów
  3. Import grafik EPS
  4. Zawieszone spójniki
  5. Twój pierwszy artykuł
  6. Tworzenie hiperłączy

Często zadawane pytania

  1. Zarządzanie kolorami
  2. Skąd pobrać Scribusa?
  3. Podgląd wydruku nie działa
  4. Scribus dla MacOSX?
  5. Dodawanie fontów
  6. Scribus po polsku
  7. Type 1 i ligatury
  8. Automatyczne numery stron
  9. Interlinia w Scribusie
  10. Pierwsze kroki z DTP
  11. Skalowanie obrazka w ramce
  12. Export do PDF/X-3
  13. Ligatury i cyfry nautyczne?
  14. Pomoc w rozwoju Scribusa
  15. Przykładowe dokumenty
  16. Zgłaszanie błędów
  17. Słowniki dzielenia na sylaby

Tłumaczenie w toku

This page is to briefly show something about how to place text on a path in Scribus.

First Steps

Looking at this first screenshot, we see an arbitrary line and a text frame with a quote from Louis Pasteur. The text frame is a usual text frame, created at an arbitrary location on the page, then Story Editor used to enter this text. You can attempt to set the font and size this text properly, but as we'll see this isn't worth spending too much time on, since we can edit these features later.

This particular line was made from a circle shape, converted to a Bezier Curve (Context Menu: Convert to > Bezier Curve or Item > Convert to > Bezier Curve), broken, then edited to the form you see here. Even if you do not edit your shape or polygon, it is important to convert to a Bezier Curve for Text on Path to work.

Now, the Magic

Next, select both the curve and the text frame -- the easiest way may be to outline with the mouse using the left mouse button in Select Item mode.

Now click on Item > Attach Text to Path, and you get the result here (shown after resizing text to fill the line).

Textpath1.jpg Well, in a sense it works, but not so visually attractive.

See how some of the letters are bunched together, as in appliquées and applications?

It may be a visual trick, but we want it to be legible as well.

Editing the Font

To fix these uneven letter placements, click on the item, then open Story Editor. There you will see our text, fully editable. We can resize the font, and adjust the spacing of the individual words or even parts of the words. Remember, you don't have to close Story Editor to see your changes -- just click on Update Text Frame -- keyboard: Ctrl+U -- (not Update Text Frame and Exit), making sure Story Editor is placed and sized so you can see your updates.

Another way to edit the text properties is to use the Text tab in the properties palette, that offers even more options to change the visual appearance of the text. All text features except aligment and line spacing (which would not make much sense here) are available for text on path!

In addition, once you have closed Story Editor, you can go to Properties > Shape > Edit Shape... and edit your shape as desired while the text is attached. At right, you see the end result.