[scribus] Locking/unlocking frames => by the page or document, show locked frames

Gregory Pittman gpittman at iglou.com
Thu Nov 13 19:07:30 CET 2008

Mike Breiding wrote:
> Gregory Pittman wrote:
>>> The different appearance is only when the object is selected.
>>> I thought it would be handy see all locked objects without having to go
>>> through and select each one.
>> This is not true. Instead of the dotted-line border, you will see a 
>> solid border, which is a dark red, and this is whether or not it is 
>> selected. It does get a bit tricky if you have given the border a 
>> color -- there is still a difference, but harder to see.
> Greg, I am not seeing that.
> If I have an object which is locked and select it, a brown border 
> appears.
> When another object is selected, the brown border on the previously 
> selected locked object is no longer visible.
> If every locked item was given a brown border when it was locked which 
> was visible all the time, then one could tell at a glance which 
> objects were/were not locked.
Hmm. In my Linux, and my Windows, it's just like I 
described (what you're calling brown, I'm calling dark red).
Perhaps you're only locking size? That seems to be a different behavior, 
more like what you describe. Maybe you could just lock everything?


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