On Monday 04 October 2010 23:20:20 Guillermo Espertino wrote:
You have to attach a CMYK icc profile first (I'm not sure if
requirement, but if I remember correctly you have to save and
reload in order to apply it).
Then, going to CMS tab in the fill/stroke dialog you can set the
CMYK values. The resulting SVG file can be opened (mostly) in
Scribus 1.5.0trunk, and the CMYK values will be preserved (you can
check in the colors dialog, that the imported colors are in CMYK
mode instead of RGB as a regular SVG).
Scribus doesn't fully support Inkscape SVGs yet, but as far as I
know that's already on the works (you can tell by trying Scribus
nightlies, SVG support has been improved a lot).
My latest version of Scribus 1.5.0 is dated Oct 4 so my overnight
script seems to be working OK. That is my production version of
I thought that perhaps the path lay through Scribus. For those curious
part of the magic of Scribus 1.5.0 is that it will produce a pdf in
the x/1-a format which is required by the big POD printer LSI. No
other version of Scribus, present or expected soon, has this feature,
necessary in my work.
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