[scribus] Locating Images on disk that are included in a Scribus document
wmstrome at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 15 18:15:13 CEST 2010
Forwarded Message: Re: [scribus] Locating Images on disk that are included in a Scribus documentOn Wednesday, June 9, 2010 9:10 AM"Gregory Pittman" <gregp_ky at yahoo.com> wrote:
On 06/09/2010 01:28 AM, Murray Strome wrote:
> I tend to use a lot of images in documents I prepare using Scribus, and
> I tend to forget exactly which ones correspond to a particular image in
> the document. I normally have them in an Images folder within the
> folder for the particular project, but I usually have several
> subdirectories. Also, if I have hundreds of photos, I cannot remember
> which one corresponds to any particular one in the Images folder.
> there a simple way to "locate original image on disk" for any image on
> a page? If not, this would be a very useful addition (at least for me).
is a script I made named ExtractText or something similar which will
scan the current Scribus document, then save to a text file a listing
of all text and image frames with their contents, in the case of images
the complete path to the image.
If all you're interested in is the image names, you could delete the part that checks for text frames.
python logic involved is pretty simple and the Scribus commands haven't
changed since I wrote it, so it should work even with newer versions.
Thanks for the information. Where is the script? I may try it. However, what would be more useful to me would be an extra line in the "Properties" window that would give the full path to the image. Would this be a possible addition to Scribus?
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