[Scribus] Get Text... Filters

Christoph Schäfer christoph-schaefer
Tue Sep 25 23:06:20 CEST 2007

Am Dienstag, 25. September 2007 22:41 schrieb Dr. Werner Popken:
> Hi all,
> can't find how to define filters. The video
> http://www.saunalahti.fi/rikle/scribus-vids/applying_styles.ogg
> doesn't seem to show this part of the game.
> Get Text... Filters
> gives me the dialog without filters to apply.
> http://wiki.scribus.net/index.php/Scribus_Video_Tutorials#Three_ways_to_app
>    In the File Dialog, Text Filters is selected, bringing up another
>    window in which our text codes are used to select the appropriate
>    style. As you can see, these have already been determined, and the
>    mouse clicks show how the settings correspond with each other.
>    Click OK, and we see that by our third method we obtain the same
>    result.
> I get the dialog, but not the filters. They have to be defined
> somewhere, I guess. I have the paragraph styles, I saved the file as
> template, I prepared the text with the tags, but if the filter is
> empty, it won't work.
> Where do you explain the definition?
> http://wiki.scribus.net/index.php/Image:TFImportdialog.png
> http://wiki.scribus.net/index.php/Auto-formating_paragraphs_during_text_fil
> don't explain it either.
>    Import: Do not search for the "Text filter" in the Scribus menus.
>    You will not find them. Just start importing, as Tsoots shows in
>    his screenshot. Important: Do not expect a "Text filter" entry in
>    the drop down. Just select ... and click on ... -- and the dialog
>    to configure your import will auto-magically appear.
> No automagic here...

In the "Get Text" dialog you have to choose the option "Text Filter" in 
the "Importer" list.



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