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To adjust the gap between the spreads in InDesign you will need to navigate to Guides & Pasteboard... To navigate to this you will go to InDesign -> Preferences -> Guides & Pasteboard...: A panel will appear: Adjust the Vertical Margins: click the button OK and you should see your adjustment:
That really depends on your printing solution. I strongly advise you to ask your printing partner about this information. If you don't have this chance, and if your design is not going to wrap a material like foamex, 15mm should cover it.
The reason for any desicion (if there even was a councious decision) is only known by the Bootstrap development team. I did have a quick search on the GitHub repo, and there are a few issues relating to the margins but nothing about any specific design decisions. The reason for the inconsistency is that the grid columns extend to the edge of the container, ...
It's a normal behavior of the bootstrap's grid. When you define a column, we always specify the margin left and right. When two columns are close, they add their respective margins.
The 'F' Pattern There is the well-known effect of the 'F' pattern, where readers will scan the page from top to bottom and left to right, paying more attention to the left than the right, roughly in the shape of an 'F'. This is backed by research and a number of scientific studies. This mainly applies to text heavy pages, with minimal graphical elements. ...
The answer to this question could be a master's thesis, so please consider my answer as an opinion more than a technical answer. Designs, when it comes with ads, posters, book covers, etc., are direct messages wrapped in a design composition. The common elements between all compositions are typography, visual language, scripture language and its direction. ...
No, it's not possible. But, in most cases, the grid is not the best way to align and distribute frames in Scribus. (The grid is much more useful when you're doing vector graphics than in DTP.) For layout uses, you'd better go for a typographic grid (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grid_%28graphic_design%29). You can create a basic one through the "Page > ...
As of Scribus 1.4.5, no it is not possible. You can "fake" it by using the bleed instead of the margin. So in your example, you'd want to set the bleeds to 1.5cm, and the margins to 0. This will offset the grid by 1.5 on all sides. Edit: As mentioned in the comments, bleeds really aren't intended to be used this way, so this could have some unexpected ...
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