About the manuscript size for Hana to Yume submission

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I'd like to post to Hana to Yume on the web, but I'm not sure about the size setting of the manuscript. Is the standard frame line written on the HP the same as the basic frame (inner frame) in the setting of Crysta? Should the binding size be B4 and the basic frame be 180 mm wide and 270 mm high? I would be grateful if you could tell me.

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  • 1 day ago
    The binding size should not be B4.

    Set the canvas size (top column, manuscript paper size) to B4.
    The basic frame is 180 mm wide and 270 mm high.

    Select "For Commercial Magazine" from the top preset.
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  • 1 day ago

    Please understand the term correctly.

    This is the regulation for "main items" printed matter.
    -Basic frame: This is where the drawing is surely expressed in the book.
    There are many cases where it sticks out and is emphasized, but it becomes difficult to see the drawing in the throat and the edge, especially around the cutting of the bookbinding.
    -Bookbinding (finished) size: As the word says. It is about the size of an actual book.
    -Canvas size: If it is larger than the "bookbinding (finished) size", a single tatami mat (canvas) is fine, but it will be bulky.
    In Japan, printed matter is A size and B size, so the smallest and most suitable version is specified. (See attached image)
    -For commercial magazines: The size of commercial magazines such as boys.
    A manuscript traditionally drawn 1.2 to 1.3 times larger than a commercial magazine (B5) since the analog era. (The size is slightly different for each company.)

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