Wed May 11 08:12:49 CEST 2005
On Wednesday 11 May 2005 05:56, Suki Venkat, [TnQ] wrote:
> Some people still use paper and print-outs to read things ...
> They want line-numbers put in galley-proofs, so the author when he make
> correction could say change this to that in line-number 41, etc.. I know
> PDF annotations can do this sort of thing, but as I said they would use
> only paper you see ... they find these computers and gadgets bit weird.
> Many pagination systems find it difficult to do this sort of thing
> because of architectural reasons. Some do it, but when a thing like
> table or frame of text comes in between, it all begins to fall apart.
> Will Scribus able to this sort of thing? (say with python script).
Please submit a feature request on bugs.scribus.net. A Python script could be
used for now though.
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