[Scribus] import styles from OO

PLinnell mrdocs
Thu Oct 27 13:54:15 CEST 2005

On Thursday 27 October 2005 13:38, Le Tigre wrote:
> Hi,
> I want to import a text from OpenOffice in which the important
> thing is the name of the styles but not the style in itself.
> Let me explain: I have many styles in Scribus, with specific names,
> and I want to import texts from different versions of OpenOffice,
> from different computers (without the sames fonts, etc.).
> What I would like, it's, in OO, to create the styles with the sames
> names than my Scribus styles and after the importation that the
> text automatically become Scribus-styles like.
> When I import my text, I don't click any option (update, merge...):
> so the text is imported WITH the good names of the styles BUT the
> style is not efficient. Example: in OO, the style texte_normal is
> defined by Arial 12 pt, and in Scribus the style texte_normal is
> Times 10 pt: afer the import, in Scribus the text shows itself in
> style:texte_normal but it remains Arial 12 pt, and I have to change
> manually from texte_normal to texte_normal for making it Times 10
> pt (and so  the styles' import is unuseful).
> Am I clear?
> Have you any idea?
> Thanks
> Raphael
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This explains the text import function from OO - both versions:


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