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<style> .kafle{ position: relative; overflow: hidden; margin: 0px auto; width: 100%; height: 100%; } .calygora{ position: relative; width: 100%; height: 100%; } .colum1{ position: relative; overflow: hidden; float: left; width: 50%; height: 100%; } .colum2{ position: relative; overflow: hidden; float: ...


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Nico Bach is right! First unlock the layer "grid" in the layer dialog (shift-ctrl-L). After that, make sure to use "snap nodes, paths and handles" instead of "snap bounding boxes". Also select "snap cusp nodes", and grab your selection close to an intersection of the black lines. When selecting everything the bounding box would also include the "A" and the ...


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Make sure that you don't have any layers locked. That could prevent items from being moved.


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There are a few rules of thumb, that i know of: gutter width ≈ line spacing gutter width ≈ width of »mii« Too much is a little bit less problematic than too little spacing between columns. These rules should be seen only as a starting point to a proper solution. Sources: Claudia Runk: Grundkurs Typografie und Layout. 2. Auflage. Galileo Press, ...



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