On 5/5/13 1:11 PM, Tom Davies wrote:
> Publishing. You kinda have to know what you are aiming for before
LaTex, Inkscape(?), Scribus and others are almost purely about Desktop
< You probably can "rough it" a bit but it's going to be awkward.
Just my thoughts from what people have written in this thread and from my own limited experiences.
Inkscape is not a DTP program. It's a vector grahics program, like
Corel Draw. You can use it to make an ad for the newspaper, or a one
page flyer, but no way do want to try a booklet or something else with it.
Never used LaTex, but isn't it geared more to doing math and science
documents where proper formula formatting is important?
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