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Old 11-10-2010, 09:44 AM   #1
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Open Office Draw vs. Scribus

How do they compare and which is better/ easier to use/ more stable?
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My experience with Scribus has been it's a bit of a pain. There seem to be a zillion places to set font size, each of which behaves differently to the next.
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I agree that Scribus is overly complicated. I prefer Draw and inkscape to it. Depends on what you wanna do.


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