[scribus] Who is going to kill the style dialog ?
louis.desjardins at gmail.com
Sun Oct 31 18:12:30 CET 2010
2010/10/30 John Culleton <john at wexfordpress.com>
> On Friday 29 October 2010 22:23:18 Louis Desjardins wrote:
> > Hi guys,
> > Currently trying to get something out of 1.3.8 on a Mac.
> > Are we really going to get out of the mud of this text engine ? out
> > of the mud of this style dialog ?
> > Hey ?!?!
> > Set type.
> > Three basic settings...
> > 1. Type.
> > 2. Typsesize.
> > 3. Leading.
> > Now, where are they ?
> > Type and typesize on the next tab...
> > Leading on the first tab...
> > No compliments. It does not work. It does not make any sense.
> > Yes, I know. I should know how to code.
> > Louis, get out of your comfort zone and start coding.
> > Can we simply get rid of this dialog and have the style created at
> > right hand click ? Bug 300 or so by Lyam, back in 2004 or
> > something.
> > Please do us a favor and kill this dialog.
> > Period.
> > Louis
> Not sure what you are objecting to. I use the story editor and define
> styles as needed from the story editor. When one defines a style there
> are basically two pages to enter the data for the style. I am used to
> it by now.
I understand we can all get used to a clumsy design and work our way
through. My point is this is time consuming, not well designed at all, and
ever since it was introduced, it has not been properly implemented. It’s an
unfinished work that needs just that, be finished.
> John Culleton, Wexford Press
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