[Scribus] Relation between <ITEXT> and <STYLE> elements.
Tue Oct 3 01:49:03 CEST 2006
I think of it more as Open Source archeology ;)
On Oct 2, 2006, at 6:44 PM, avox wrote:
> String Larson-2 wrote:
>> Can someone explain how these relate in the .sla ?
>> I'm looking at the C++ code that creates and reads the .sla files,
>> and it is so cryptic, I can't see how these get related.
> Omg, is this some sort of self-punishment? ;-)
> Current fileformat only knows paragraph styles which are numbered
> in the order of their appearance in the .sla.
> Text objects and ITEXT refers to this number via the 'CAB' attribute.
> Values <5 stand for "normal left aligned", "normal centered",
> "normal right
> "normal justified" and "normal justified extended" respectively.
> Easy, eh?
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