Thu Mar 2 19:09:09 CET 2006
Am Donnerstag, 2. M?rz 2006 18:48 schrieb Louis Desjardins:
> Christoph Sch?fer a ?crit :
> > Am Donnerstag, 2. M?rz 2006 18:03 schrieb Louis Desjardins:
> >>Bjoern Schoepe a ?crit :
> >>>Hi everybody!
> >>>First of all, I'm not very experienced with DTP but I'm fascinated by
> >>> the Scribus project. I love to experience with the possibilities it
> >>> offers, yet.
> >>Hi Bjoern,
> >>Welcome to Scribus!
> >>>But I had a couple of problems and wondered if they were "normal" or if
> >>>it was just my inexperience..
> >>>1. I wanted to use medieval numbering. As the feature's implementation
> >>> is work in progress (I appreciate very much!!) I wanted to use the
> >>> search and replace tool in the editor and replace the numbers instead
> >>> of the regular font with the special cap font. Manually done it worked.
> >>> But replacing p.e. all 0s with the tool nothing changed. Has anybody
> >>> experienced the same thing?
> >>What do you mean by medieval numbering? You can use any font (that has
> >>numbers) to use the automatic page numbering. Not sure to understand
> >>your question here.
> > Louis,
> > Bjoern wanted to replace regular figures with text figures from a MedBlah
> > font using search & replace.
> Ah! Thank you! ;-)
> This gives me the opportunity to say again how it would be useful to
> have a Super Search & Replace into Scribus. For such tasks where you
> need to do 10 Searches / Replacements in a row, looking after
> 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-0 in such font and changing it to another... Why do 10
> Searches? Why not do only one, with all the occurrences? Wouldn't that
> be something?! *No other DTP app has this capability* (afaik)
There is already a bug report for this. S & R with regular expressions would
be a really cool feature, agreed.
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