[scribus] OO styles (from ODT) once again
Ralf-Diether.Ebel at gmx.de
Wed Feb 2 14:54:11 CET 2011
I have recently made a book (300+ pg) this way and even if you
carefully only use just a few styles, you will end up with about 10-20
styles in Scribus. (1.3.9 on linux) But the bold and italics were
May way to go on was to create a char-styles for bold/italics and then
after the import with an xml-Editor in the sla-File find and replace
the direct formating with the char-style.
After that you through the text on the canvas an change in every
paragraph the par-style to the desired.
If you use another color (temporarly) for the "right" styles it is
easier to see.
I guess with the import from OO follow many (hidden?) styles which you
don't see in Openoffice during edit (when switched to "Show only used
styles"), thats maybe hard to fix
But what would be really helpfull if you can delete direct formatting
execpt..... and this has to be selectable. Maybe there could even
exist a "table" which direct formating should become which char-style.
Am 2011-02-02 14:26, schrieb Gregory Pittman:
> On 02/02/2011 08:18 AM, Cezary Grabski wrote:
>>> It is a feature.
>>> Perhaps save your odt file as text then import the text?
>> No... It not solving my problem as I will lost bolds, italics etc
>> this "feature" is maybe usable if you work with one ODT document,
>> but in my
>> case I import itno Scribus doc many (more than 20) ODT files. After
>> that I
>> have aprox 30-40 additional styles!
>> I must try to add feature for omit styles from ODT file.
> I wonder how you have set up oowriter to have so many styles created.
> There must be a number of default styles you have there, whether you
> created them or not. Check the settings in oowriter.
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