Sun Feb 27 22:46:28 CET 2005
On Sunday 27 February 2005 22:36, Gregory Pittman wrote:
> This is a revision of the scribalbuma4.py script. Once again, it uses
> 1.2.2cvs as of 02.10 or after, so that you have access to the scripter
> command setScaleImageToFrame().
> This one is designed for US Letter paper, and instead of putting eight
> pictures on a page, only four. If it was modified for A4 paper, you may
> need to shrink the pictures a little, but then you may also be able to
> put six pictures on a page and still leave some room.
> What I use this for is making travelogue-like output from Scribus.
> Example: I just went to London for a few days, and took 57 pictures. I
> stick them in a directory, then use scribalbum.py to create 15 pages of
> output, with labels for the individual pictures.
> I then add text frames to describe what's in the photos. Since some
> pictures may have been taken "sideways", I have enough space that I can
> rearrange and resize the pictures when I wish. Turning it into a PDF
> means I have the whole thing and the pictures in one file.
you could try to get access to EXIF information and autorotate :)
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