Someone sent me mail asking about my CD label page, and that
inspired me to fire up gLabels for the first time in a while.
Debian has 1.93.3 (on sarge, anyway) and it's looking very nice!
There's now a separate pane for object properties, which I'm not
entirely crazy about (takes up a lot of screen space relative to
using a dialog) but the most important thing is that the label
outlines now draw even if covered by an image. That means that
you can reasonably line up a CD label image with the template now,
which makes my old patch to gimp-print much less needed.
The gimp-print patch might not be needed at all, if libgnomeprint
could print with high quality. I wonder if that's coming?
I haven't actually tried printing to see what the quality is
like now. I should probably snarf the latest gimp-print and
update my patch anyway.
[ 13:34 Aug 03, 2004
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