[Scribus] Text from database

Wayne Maeda iw
Sat Aug 21 03:27:12 CEST 2004

On Friday 20 August 2004 03:15 pm, Gregory Pittman wrote:

> Wayne Maeda wrote:
> >On Friday 20 August 2004 02:49 pm, Gregory Pittman wrote:
> >>Wayne Maeda wrote:
> >>>On Thursday 19 August 2004 04:06 pm, Craig Bradney wrote:
> >>>>If you can get it into CSV format, just import it into Scribus. The new
> >>>>text importer has a csv filter.
> >>>>
> >>>>As for DB stuff.. its all planned.. :) Time time time
> >>>
> >>>I just imported a CSV file into Scribus. Now I'm trying to format the
> >>>data. How does one do a search and replace on a paragraph (carraige
> >>>return)? What character do I use to represent the CR? I guess I really
> >>>should import the CSV into Open Office first and format it in there.
> >>
> >>In Scribus, carriage returns seem to be Ctrl-E -- that's what emacs
> >>shows me.
> >>
> >>Greg
> >
> >How does one enter a Ctrl-E in Scribus' search and replace function? I
> > press the control key and the capital "E" and nothing gets entered in the
> > box.
> In emacs, Ctrl-x Ctrl-q, then if you type Ctrl-e it will be entered.
> It's a pain if you have to do a lot of them.  I wrote a mini-perl
> program once to do a whole file.
How does one enter it in Scribus? I tried Ctrl-x Ctrl-q Ctrl-e and nothing 
happens. Do I need to get an emacs plugin for Scribus?


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