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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0008456||Scribus||General||public||2009-09-23 07:59||2017-07-13 15:26|
|Platform||OS||Windows XP||OS Version|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0008456: Document in the center of screen (to few border space)|
|Description||When you zoom out, the document is not in the center of the screen when there is only one page. The border to the up left is a little bit to small, too. When you zoom out, you can't get the upper left corner of the page to the center of the screen.|
Oh. I found out that you can set the borderline of the document indirect by placing an item to the negativ side (for example Y: -200 mm)
That brings the document more to the center. Thats a workaround....
||Agree. This is an annoyance...|
One can set the size of the available grey area for the document. But even if you do, you cannot move the page where you want, and it will also move on its own, when you edit objects (like paths). This is breaking my workflow constantly.
I would like to be able to just grab the page and move it where I need it, no matter what is selected and no matter if there are objects lying outside the page or not, instead of having the software decide what I must look at, or in which corner of my monitor I am allowed to work.
|2009-09-23 07:59||GurgiONE||New Issue|
|2009-09-23 09:31||jghali||Relationship added||related to 0005375|
|2009-09-23 12:46||GurgiONE||Note Added: 0022522|
|2010-06-13 23:10||Ejnaren||Note Added: 0024081|
|2010-06-14 19:39||christoph_s||Status||new => confirmed|
|2016-05-24 13:44||Kunda||Tag Attached: zoom|
|2016-05-24 13:46||Kunda||Tag Attached: duplicate|
|2017-07-13 15:26||Moini||Note Added: 0044173|