[scribus] Discovering the path and filename of an image in an image frame.

John Coyne john-coyne at zen.co.uk
Sat Oct 2 17:54:40 CEST 2010

(Slightly off-thread supplementary..)
Many thanks a.l.e. - only hesitation about upgrading from 1.3.3 is the
worry that old .sla files will not be forwards compatible.
Is that still an issue?
John Coyne

a.l.e wrote:
> hi john,
>> I am transferring .sla files and image files between
>> co-authors/editors. Recently I received a set of files and unzipped
>> them to see a subdirectory containing all the images.
>> On opening the Scribus file, the images are not found.
>> To avoid the labour of finding and matching each image file by
>> guesswork, it would be helpful to discover the information
>> (presumably a hidden property) in each image frame object.  How can I
>> do that?
>> Thanks,
>> John Coyne,
>> Liverpool
> the 1.4 version which should get released before the end of the year will have an image manager where you can find the path.
> depending on how recent your ubuntu is, you can already install the unstable version 1.3.8 if you wish...
> see http://www.scribus.net/?q=debian for more details
> have fun
> a.l.e

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