[Scribus] Contextual styles [was: line spacing, sections, and styles]
Tue May 16 19:59:36 CEST 2006
Am Dienstag, 16. Mai 2006 17:32 schrieb Pierre-Luc Auclair:
> On Tuesday 16 May 2006 02:56, Pierre Marchand wrote:
> > lets me think he has a kind of "contextual style" in
> > mind, >>>>> which is IMHO heavy to manage. <<<<<
> > Maybe a substyle mechanism would be easier.
> > With his example it gives (in edit window):
> > ...
> > styleX
> > Heading>alone
> > followed
> > styleY
> > ...
> Yes, it's heavy to manage, but count the hours spent making your contextual
> styles perfect versus doing it by hand on the whole course of a book (even
> if you need to proof-read it later), even a document, or even some template
> used by secretaries in offices.
> To me this would be a very powerful tool, despite being complicated.
Would http://bugs.scribus.net/bug_view_advanced_page.php?bug_id=0000363 be
what you guys need?
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