[scribus] editing master page & display of page #
John Jason Jordan
johnxj at comcast.net
Mon Nov 22 19:18:58 CET 2010
On Mon, 22 Nov 2010 11:06:14 -0500
Jerry Halberstadt <subscriber at newtechpub.com> dijo:
>I can create and edit a master page. But I can't leave the master page
>to see the effect on a regular page, i.e., there is no command I have
>found that allows me to go from the master page back to the regular
>page. The workaround I use is to save; exit the file; reopen the
>file. Needless to say, this is not fun when I am trying to adjust
>something and check the results.
>The specific problem--I have page number set in the lower right of the
>right-hand pages, and can only see the leftmost digit, i.e., the
>number 33 displays as "3". Trying to figure out the tabs etc. to
>All the best,
I am guessing you are using version 188.8.131.52. I say that because in
that version and earlier versions you had to put two page numbers on
the master page if your pages were going to be greater than 9. In later
versions this was fixed so it needs only one page number field on the
master page, regardless of how many pages your document has.
As for the other problem, I can't help, as I haven't used 184.108.40.206 in a
long time and don't even have it installed any more. A lot of people
(me included) are using the latest development version 1.3.8, even
though it is not officially recommended for production work. The next
stable release will be 1.4, which will likely be released early next
year, so 1.3.8 is very close to the final version. In fact, the release
of 1.3.9 is imminent.
In 1.3.8 I can apply the master page to a document page, then just click
on the document page to view it. There is no need to restart Scribus.
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