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<li>Porting to Qt4 should provide vastly better performance under OSX. Scribus 1.3.5 will run on OSX 10.3.9+ </li>
<li>Much more extensive support for CMYK images, including clipping paths in TIFF and JPEG files, as well as extensive support for native Photoshop &#174; PSD files. 16 bit CMYK TIFF and PSD support will follow soon. Use of CMYK images is recommended with color management properly setup and active for best on screen appearance. CMYK-JPEG is also supported. </li>
<li>There is a new imposition tool which allows you to create booklets. This enables for example printing 2 pages of A5 on A4 paper.</li>
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<li>The other new major addtion is the new latex import capabilties. This is explained in detail in the online help.</li>
 
 
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<h4>For Debian Users: </h4>
<p>If Scribus does not start while complaining about the absence of PostScript fonts please install either xfonts-scalable or gsfonts-x11. They are in the "Recommends" and will be installed by all sensible apt front-ends.
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<h4>For Suse 10.x Users:</h4>
<h4>For Suse 10.x/11.x Users:</h4>
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<li>There are both 32 and 64 bit packages in OpenSuse Build server. Within the same repo are several programs which are useful with Scribus including GSview and other graphics utilities.</li>
<li>Should you compile your own from source, to enable direct CUPS support which we recommend, make sure both cups-devel and openssl-devel are installed. Suse enables ssl support in CUPS. See the BUILDING file.</li></ul>
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<p>There is a lively on-line community, both on IRC @ #scribus on irc.freenode.net and the mailing list. Mailing list info can be found at: http://lists.scribus.info/mailman/listinfo/scribus</p>
<p>For the Scribus Team,</p>
<p>Peter Linnell<br />
in August 2007 <br />
in November 2008 <br />
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