Moving to Linux: Scribus for Writers

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  1. Scribus reminds me a little of ReadySetGo – the desktop publishing app I used many years ago. Given the sophistication of the .pdf exporting function, are you aware of anyone who’s published a book via Scribus?

  2. acpkendo says:

    Hi TC,

    The Scribus wiki has a large number of success stories here:

    I quick scan of the TOC reveals at least one book published on Lulu using Scribus. I haven’t looked through the whole thing to see if there’s any that have gone to print.

  3. Eliot Harper says:

    Not sure what version you’re using, but v1.3.5 has both character and paragraph styles.

  4. Hamsaaya says:

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