Working with Colors

In Chapter 4, you looked at the graphical capabilities of Scribus. You learned how to manipulate imported pictures, how to work with bitmapped images, and how to work with lines and shapes. In this chapter, you will be looking at how Scribus handles color.

There will be quite a lot of information to take in because it is important to understand the concept of color models. The incompatibility of different color models is an important issue in desktop publishing. If you are planning to print in color, it is good to know a bit about color theory, about additive and subtractive colors, and about primary and secondary ...

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