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Description of problem:
The problem occurred when opening Scribus application for the first time. The paragraph style is not set by default which give the impression the text will not input from the user. The workaround is to right-click the text frame, select edit text, then edit -> edit style to set the default characters and paragraph style.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Select the text frame
2. Input any characters inside the frame
No text input.
A text should be input.
The video does not the cursor but it should give the idea about the bug. The format of this video is Theora.
I found out the default paragraph style uses typeface that is not included in
Fedora. It would be nice if the default style uses either DejaVu or Liberation
typeface. I had to deal with complain from users who are unable to properly use
text after startup.
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