[scribus] Import text and images

Ruben Javier Casado rjcasado at gmail.com
Wed Mar 31 19:55:56 CEST 2010

Thanks for the answers, but I give up. I was trying to use InfoBox but
without any response.
InfoBox not be successful. I select the text frame, run the script and
nothing happens. I was disappointed ... : (
I prefer to continue working hand in Quarkxpress than having to be dealing
with new program that seems to be good, but very rude.


2010/3/31 Gregory Pittman <gregp_ky at yahoo.com>

> On 03/31/2010 10:13 AM, Ruben Javier Casado wrote:
>> Hi.
>> I´m new in Scribus. I´ve been using Quarkexpress for a while but it
>> doesn´t
>> complete my needs.
>> Basically, what I need to do is import text and images from a file (txt,
>> xml, etc…)
>> I don´t need the images to be in specific places. I need to import some
>> text, and then an image (same width as column), then text again, and
>> another
>> image…
> Hi Javier,
> It's worth looking at the InfoBox built-in script to see if it meets your
> needs.
> While you may not wish to specifically place your frame, it nonetheless
> allows you to specify a position, a height, and you can even preselect an
> image if you want -- if you do the image will be adjusted to frame size.
> The script will create a frame which is exactly the width of the column(s)
> (it can span columns, and will span the frame if you only have one column),
> after which you can easily adjust the height and Y-Pos with the Properties
> palette.
> For what you describe, it should be quite useful.
> Check the Script > About Script info on it for more information.
> The script was broken for a bit, but should now be fixed for up-to-date
> 1.3.3.x and 1.3.6 versions.
> Greg
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