Second for Scribus. I had a look at this area sometime ago and this was the
only real FLOSS offering. I had problems with it then. It crashed a lot and
was generally unreliable.I installed the latest stable version (220.127.116.11 ?)
recently and it seems to be much improved. If you're used to Quark or In
Design then you may find it lacking, but it seems to do the basics of page
layout well. With a bit of help from GIMP I know people who've produced some
impressive pieces of work with it.
As far as I know Scribus doesn't import/save to InDesign format. I know that
these formats are complex and probably heavily protected. You could use
On Sat, Mar 20, 2010 at 8:15 PM, Conor Mac Aoidh <conormacaoidh at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Does anyone know of any publishing software for ubuntu? Something similar
> to Adobe inDesign would be perfect. It would also be usefull if it could
> save in the inDesign format.
>> Any suggestions welcome.
> Conor Mac Aoidh
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