[Scribus] Ideas on collaboration [was: How do you guys share scribus files for collaboration?

Louis Desjardins louisdesjardins
Wed Jun 22 13:03:46 CEST 2005

>On Wed, 2005-06-22 at 08:04 +0200, Peter Nermander wrote:
>>  These thoughts are very much like what I have, BUT working with
>>  technical texts is not possible with plain text (where are my micro,
>>  ohm, degree etc symbols in plain ascii??). In that case I would need
>>  unicode text, and unfortunately I don't think authors would handle
>>  that.
>Really? Unicode is very well supported these days, and should be the
>default of the majority of text editors. Additionally, I see few issues
>with importing OO.o files personally - a template could be supplied with
>all the styles they're allowed to use precreated.

Does this mean the emphasis issue could be solved by Unicode? I mean, 
can a database entry contain a text which contains an emphasized 
element (one word in italic among others in plain type for instance)?

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