On 22/12/16 01:50 PM, Tim---Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
The problem with creating a single image for the entire card is that you
can't use a database to fill it easily - such as the same card design
for multiple employees, just with different names and contact information.
On 12/21/2016 11:10 PM, Gary Dale wrote:
On 21/12/16 06:46 PM, Don Myers wrote:
Yes but the fact that you can get around a bug doesn't mean the bug
doesn't exist. :)
In the download section at World Label, there are templates for
OpenOffice/LibreOffice. These are table style templates, and they work
I never saw that issue before. Tried every way to have an image in
the background [188.8.131.52 DEB] and I cannot seem to get your "fix"
working. I am wondering if the text's "internal white space" can be
made transparent? That is where I seem to get the current issues.
I wonder if it would be too much to create a business card image file
- with the background - in GIMP or DRAW and then just place that image
in the first card space and sync all the rest of the card spaces? How
much of a "pain" would it be to do that till the bug gets fixed?
I use the Background options with WRITER created fliers, posters [US
Letter to 13x19 inch], and other documents. I really would have
thought it would work the same in the Business Card Templates.
The problem doesn't seem to the "internal white space" so much as the
page the text sits on. You can make the page transparent (Format | Page
| Transparency - set to 100%) which fixes the problem. It's just not
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