[Scribus] closing files without saving

Craig Bradney cbradney
Sat Feb 12 20:17:33 CET 2005

On Saturday 12 February 2005 19:56, Gregory Pittman wrote:
> Teemu Nikkil? wrote:
> >On Saturday 12 February 2005 14:04, David Christian Berg wrote:
> >>>However I think I agree with Mr Pittman and should rather change the
> >>>order in the other programs instead. Save first seems "logical"
> >>
> >>Not quite, because in most cases the button you want to press is the one
> >>furthest to the right, not to the left. Therefore you want the
> >>"Save"-button to be right.
> >
> >if you are right handed like me...
> I'm not sure that's true, unless your primary language is Hebrew or Arabic.
> Here's another dilemma I note:
> Let's say you edit your document, then Save, then export as PDF....when
> you close the Doc or quit Scribus, you get the message as if you have
> modified the document.  Is there a modification of the .sla file that
> happens when you export to PDF?

PDF export will record your PDF export options in the document, IIRC.

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