[scribus] Organizing the workspace display

Marie-Noëlle Augendre mnaugendre at gmail.com
Sun Dec 12 19:59:29 CET 2010

2010/12/12 Gregory Pittman <gregp_ky at yahoo.com>

> On 12/12/2010 05:07 AM, Marie-Noëlle Augendre wrote:
>> With great many pages, I would like to organize my workspace better than
>> ...
>> screencopy<
>> http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/CMtc2ZcwHlDS1u95zFUUNlNGi7GPCR9CdGI8j7L96iU?feat=directlink
>> >
>> As it is, all my pages are displayed in an only column, so I loose a lot
>> of
>> space. And as I usually add new pages at the end of the document, I
>> forever
>> need to scroll upwards to get the group of photos, then downwards to drag
>> and drop them to the last page.
>> Is there a way to either display the pages on several columns and/or open
>> several windows for the same document.
>> I'm working with dual screen, the larger having 1920px wide. Currently,
>> the
>> only thing I've managed to do is having the workspace on the big screen
>> and
>> the other windows on the little one; but that doesn't improve my workspace
>> display.
> If you go to File > Document Settings (Fichier > Réglage du document) you
> can switch to a Double-Sided (Pages en Regard) layout, which is similar to
> what you show on the page above.

I already use a Double-Sided layout.

> The other thing to work on is the size of your display (Fichier >
> Préférences > Affichage) adjusting the size of the display (Réglage de la
> taille d'affichage). The changes the basic size of your screen display for
> 1:1 (100%), so you can make this smaller for a larger monitor screen size.
> After that, you can still double or halve the page size with clicks.

Actually, they are 12,5% on the screencopy, small enough for my liking.
The problem is I cannot display more than one column in one window, and
don't see any way to open another one.

> It's also good to learn more about navigating your document. If you click
> on the area that shows the current page number, you will bring up a list of
> pages to immediately jump to. Instead of dragging-dropping, either cut or
> copy a group of photos, then paste on whatever page you want after jumping
> to it.
> Greg
> The copy/paste will be easier, but I still cannot see more than one column
of pages, in whatever size they are displayed.


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