[Scribus] Success story and question.
Tue Feb 6 02:06:40 CET 2007
I have two things:
The first is a success story. We are a small Theatre in Dresden and in Mai
2006 we switched our workflow for all print stuff to scribus, gimp and
Stuff produced with Scribus: Playposter (A3 and 500 x 700 mm, CMYK), a monthly
flyer (Din Lang, 2 sided, CMYK), CD-Cover for Press-CDs and some minor stuff,
printed on a digital printer. Plus I used it to layout our homepage.
I don't know if you want to put that to the other success stories.
The second is a question regarding the scribus file format.
We want to make a mass letter for fundraising (ca. 500 recipients) and our
printshop needs them in one pdf-file. Because we want to use some graphics in
it and want it to have a better typographie than Openoffice or MS Word could
produce, I thought about using scribus to create the letter.
But, as far as I understand it, it is not possible to change a text frame
using a python script within scribus?
So the next Idea was to write a script that creates a .sla file from snippets.
Snippets are: the main letter, the address field, which has to change and
some graphics placed on every page. Can this be done? If yes, how?
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