[Scribus] Bookmarks

Barry barry-m
Sun May 15 22:32:32 CEST 2005

Thanks for your reply Craig.

1st	 I tried to register as a reporter for bugs but keep getting the msg 
'application error #12' with no indication of what the error is. Can you 
tell me what the problem may be?

2nd	 The faulty .sla file is attached. This morning I loaded it, removed 
the pdf bookmark tags, the reallocated them and exported the pdf file. 
This time it rendered correctly in Acroread7. I did not save it again.

3rd. 	A Scribus newby question if you will bear with me, where can I 
find a description of the veaious file types - .sla .scd.



Craig Bradney wrote:
> On Sunday 15 May 2005 10:41, Barry wrote:
>>Hi, Can I get advise on including bookmarks please.
>>I set up a test document - 1 page with 1 text frame, text = "page 1" and
>>as pdf bookmark. This exports to pdf ok.
>>I then added a second page again with 1 text frame,  text = "page 2" and
>>as a 2nd pdf bookmark. and exported to pdf . This time there are no
>>I am using Scribus 1.2.1 from Mandriva distro, and Acroread 7.
>>Is the distro faulty, or should i log a bug report?
> Probably a bug, thats hopefully fixed in 1.2.2cvs and 1.3.0cvs already. Please 
> submit a bug with the file, and hopefully we can close after testing saying 
> that its already fixed.
> Craig
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