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2013/4/6 Issa Alkurtass <>

Hello Marc,

Good thing you are watching the file, I forgot to email you.

Marc Paré wrote on April 06, 2013 6:02 PM:
I noticed that you have updated the template, however, the black
background is on the wrong panel, it should be panel #3 where the grey
LibreOffice logo shows. The new version on the wiki, has the black
background on panel #2 with the half-circle header. Could you please
correct this?

I think we are seeing the file differently as one of the ones you uploaded
looked off to me too.
Here is how it looks to me on both Ubuntu and Windows

As we are all in agreement, this version is the new v.4.0.x pamphlet
template (there were no objections on the list), once you have corrected
the background, I will post it on our marketing/design resources wiki
page so that international and nl marketing teams may start working on
official pamphlets. I will take care of moving the design to the
USLetter size.

Tim will be reporting back on his tests of the community pamphlets, the
ink-saving, ink bleed-through, and shadowing are what we are looking at,
as well, of course, the appeal of the design.


Issa Alkurtass

I see the file this way

Escuelas Libres :: Porque la educación es mucho mejor cuando es libre
Para entrenar, cualquier programa sirve. Para educar, sólo Software Libre.
(Federico Heinz)

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