[Scribus] Contextual styles [was: line spacing, sections, and styles]

Michael Koren kung42o
Fri May 19 02:25:47 CEST 2006

Pierre Marchand wrote:
> Le Tue, 16 May 2006 11:32:35 -0400, Pierre-Luc Auclair
> <p.lucauclair at heliosmulti.com> m'a transmis le message suivant :
>> 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.
>> Pierre-Luc
> You are right.
> So, first step would be to find what contextual info is yet available
> for chars, lines, paragraphs... (may be hard work?) 
> -- 
> Pierre Marchand

Are contextual styles an existing concept in other applications or
typesetting mechanisms? How exactly do they work?

View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/line-spacing%2C-sections%2C-and-styles-t1618608.html#a4461332
Sent from the Scribus forum at Nabble.com.

More information about the scribus mailing list