[scribus] end sign in text frame

John Culleton john at wexfordpress.com
Thu May 28 01:31:13 CEST 2009

On Wednesday 27 May 2009 04:07:58 gaf at bellman.se wrote:
> Hi all!
> Articles in magazines end often with a end-of-article symbol (for
> example a little black square). I find it very useful as a reader.
> In the last version of the newsletter I'm doing the layout for, I
> just included a black rectangle object at the end of articles, by
> hand.
> Is there a way to do that automatically?
> Including a symbol on the right side of the last row of a text
> frame is something a computer should be able to do, right?
> If it is not possible to do automatically, how do you other users
> do it? I find it difficult to place the rectangle in a consistent
> way (it always end up a little lower there, more to the right here,
> ...).
> Some magazines include also some kind of arrow symbol to signal
> that the article continues on the next page.
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A simple solution is to skip a line and type 
centered on a line by itself.  This is an easily recognizable symbol.

John Culleton
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