[Scribus] Page numbering revisited
Wed Nov 2 22:56:06 CET 2005
On Wednesday 02 November 2005 22:49, Louis Desjardins wrote:
> Craig Bradney a ?crit :
> >>Craig Bradney a ?crit :
> >>>>I want to have the first page be a table of contents labeled as 'Page
> >>>> i' and then start numbering the second page as 'Page 1', etc.
> >>>>Any ideas?
> >>>In 1.3.2cvs, you can now do page numbering from any page to any page
> >>>using the sequences of:
> >>>You can also set the start offset for each numbering section. (ie,
> >>>setting offset of 3 in the a,b,c,... type will start that section at c)
> >>>eg you can have:
> >>>Page 0 (Cover) not showing a page number (the active setting)
> >>>Page 1-5 being numbered i-v
> >>>Page 6-20 being numbered 1-15
> >>>Page 21-25 being numbered A-E
> >>>Page 26 being numbered z
> >>>Page 27 being numbered ii
> >>>Page 28 (back cover) not showing a page number.
> > On Wednesday 02 November 2005 22:36, Louis Desjardins wrote:
> >>This covers most of the needs!
> > Most?
> You're right. All bases covered.
> Great job!
:) Its not finished yet in terms of automation, but the above certainly works.
It also provides for reversed numbering.. ie pages 0-9 can be numbered 10-1.
This is currently inactive, for today at least.
Some questions tho..
Page 0-4 being numbered i-v
Page 5-9 being numbered 1-5
Page 10-14 being numbered A-E
If a page is added after page 4, should the new page 5 be in the 1st section,
or the first in the 2nd section.. and then how should the section numbering
When a page is added within a section, say, after page 6. Should the 2nd
section automatically be extended to be 5-10, and the 3rd be from 11-15? or
the 2nd remain at 5-9 and the 3rd become 10-15?
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