[scribus] [Contact Us] SCRIBUS AND LINKS
gregp_ky at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 13 03:19:12 CET 2010
On 01/12/2010 03:15 PM, OM wrote:
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> Date: Tue, 12 Jan 2010 08:49:33 +0100
> From: outdoors at paradise.net.nz
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> Subject: [Contact Us] SCRIBUS AND LINKS
> Alex Gale sent a message using the contact form at http://www.scribus.net/?q=contact.
> I am creating an electronic report to be emailed out to people - I want to be
> abel to 'hot wire' links ie to web sites so subscribers can click on the link
> and go directly to it - how do I do this? I have scribus 22.214.171.124
This is one of those secretive things that, if documented, can only be
found in some obscure place, and requires knowledge of the handshakes
required for entry. Nonetheless, having a sense of play, determination,
and plenty of free time, some of these kinds of things can be
spontaneously discovered. Just be sure to make some personal
documentation, something along the lines of dropping bread crumbs along
One path to enlightenment on this issue will come from creating a text
frame of arbitrary size and of arbitrary content, realizing that a
default text frame with no content may be difficult to locate on the
page. Right-click on the frame, bringing up the Context menu (feel free
to right-click on things in Scribus, since this often produces
interesting discoveries, and rarely if ever of itself causes anything
bad to happen). From the Context menu, choose PDF 'Is PDF Annotation',
and then choose 'Annotation Properties'.
If this by itself doesn't produce some "AHA!" moment, click on the drop
down list that says 'Text', and you will see choices of Text, Link,
External Link, and External Web-Link. If you click the last one, a
dialog appears to enter your URL. Once you create your PDF, the user
must be viewing it in an environment/application that will allow linking
to the target.
Let us know if this doesn't work for you.
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