[scribus] links within the document

Gregory Pittman gregp_ky at yahoo.com
Mon Aug 22 00:05:03 UTC 2011

On 08/21/2011 12:21 PM, Adrienne Carmack wrote:
>> what you will need to do is create a linking frame over the text which serves as a visual guide to show the reader where to click.
>> Find the icon for Insert Link Annotation (looks like footsteps), then make your frame. Right-click for the context menu, then under PDF>Options, the Type will be link, and then you pick the page and X,Y position to move to.
>> In the PDF, this frame will not itself show any text.
>> Greg
> I couldn't find the insert link annotation icon anywhere, but I was
> able to draw a text frame and then turn that into a link. However,
> when I am in the pdf, although the text that is in the same location
> where I put the empty frame appears clickable, clicking it doesn't
> take me to the place I specified in the pdf options dialog.

Seems to work Ok here.

One thing I see is that you need to have the place you're linking to out 
of view or you won't see any movement to anywhere.

You may need to reconsider what you're going to do. Another way to give 
endnote-like information would be with an annotation, which pops up when 
someone hovers over the annotation frame.


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