[Scribus] snap to guides

Tiago Saboga tiagosaboga
Tue Sep 20 04:09:20 CEST 2005

Em Seg 19 Set 2005 22:36, Gregory Pittman escreveu:
> >So, in each page, text 1 is connected to text 1 in the next and in the
> >previous page, and the same for text2 and text3. So I have to create 40
> > pages with the linked text frames, and after that, I have to work on each
> > page, changing a little the box size, deciding what will fit in each
> > page. (In fact, it's a trilingual document, so I have to align the three
> > portions of text). Is there a good way to do that?
>|  |--------|  |
>|  |        |  |
>|  | text 1 |  |
>|  |--------|  |
>|              |
>||-----| |-----|
>||text2| |text3|
>||-----| |-----|
>  From what I understand, it sounds like each page is unique, in other
> words you don't continue linking to the next page, is that right?
> If that's the case, you can make your text frames, then copy the page
> over and over. What you won't copy is any linking that was on the
> original, but linking is pretty easy. If you have to individually enter
> or load the text for each page anyway, that's not so much more work.
No, all the text frames are linked (text 1 spans from first to last page, and 
probably the others too). I'm copying the page, I was just wondering if there 
was a smart way to achieve the same results.



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