[Scribus] Non-printing remarks

Gregory Pittman gpittman
Thu Jan 26 02:12:42 CET 2006

Louis Desjardins wrote:

>Frank Cox a ?crit :
>>Is it possible to include non-printing remarks on a Scribus project?  It would
>>be handy to be able to note special instructions or whatever on a project so
>>when you come back to print it again in a month you'll remember what it is that
>>you did the last time.  "Impose second page upside down", "Remember to change
>>the date", "Left side is the lead edge".  And so on.
>>I'm thinking of something along the line of a little window in the corner that
>>would pop up when a project is first loaded.  You could close it or edit it
>>there, or reopen it from the menu.
>>What do you think?
>I think it is possible to prevent a text frame from printing in the 
>Properties palette. I guess you could use this feature until the Team 
>comes up with a "notes-on-the-fly" feature!
I mention this very thing in my little paragraph in the Wiki on envelopes:


It's one way of remembering that frames do not have to print. They might 
also be used in a collaborative project to give someone feedback right 
in the file.


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