[scribus] Where is the text frame word wrap code?
john at wexfordpress.com
Mon May 31 20:52:06 CEST 2010
On Monday 31 May 2010 14:13:54 jwminer at accessvt.com wrote:
> John C. wrote:
> >> > But there is a solution that provides maximum benefit
> > least effort.
> >> > In your situation my only question would be, which flavor
> > TeX? A
> >> > Scribus solution will require far more effort on your behalf.
> >> Indeed TeX, or any other markup language, would be far
> > for me.
> >> However the output of this program is not intended to go
> > straight to print.
> >> It will only generate the first draft of the document. There is
> > long,
> >> unpredictable editing process afterward. Our staff already
> > wealth of
> >> expereince using scribus for this editing process. If the
> >> of
> > my
> >> program isn't a scribus document, they will just continue to
> > manually.
> >> Thanks for your suggestion. It just won't work for our
> > organization in the
> >> near future.
> > And they can't learn how to edit text in a plain text document
> > using Vim or Emacs? I am pushing age 78 and I learn new
> > all the time.
> Please---Emacs is the ultimate geek program. I can't imagine
> expecting ANY normal person to learn Emacs. Even the name
> the shudders. When someone suggest using Emacs, I know
> that he/she and I live in different universes.<g>
> I suspect most Scribus users who are in it for desktop publishing
> are not bait for Emacs or vim--or TeX, for that matter. Do we
> want to scare them off?
> --Judy M.
A TeX exit is on the icon bar of Scribus 1.5.0. Writing special code
for Scribus in Python or whatever scares ME off. But to each his
own. If I worked in that shop I would have the problem solved
while the OP was still struggling with
and the like.
I have many tools in my box. Scribus is an important one but not
the only one.
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