[scribus] Which image in this frame?

keith bruner bclep at hotmail.com
Sat Jan 1 21:35:46 CET 2011

On Sat, 01 Jan 2011 12:15:08 -0800, Marie-Noëlle Augendre  
<mnaugendre at gmail.com> wrote:

>>>  Hi Marie-Noelle,
>> My intention was to provide a suggestion, not criticize, If that was my
>> book I would have known where the image was just by looking at it and
>> realizing where in the book it was located.
>> take care
>> keith
>> --
> I wasn't criticizing either, just providing information (sorry if my  
> English
> is not as polished as I'd liked it too be).
> It's always interessant to get different opinions, even if some of them
> don't apply to one's specific case.
> You always know where each photo is in the book? Look at this one:
> http://fr.blurb.com/bookstore/invited/1289545/2e41ecf40d75613bcaeb79e2e372ba63
> Though it has less than 40 pages, I'm totally unable to find a specific
> photo in the book unless I have its filename.
> ;-)
> Marie-Noëlle
Hello Marie-Noelle,

If it was MY book I would know where the photo was located by looking at  
it. I start cataloguing my photos when they come off the camera. I want to  
avoid having to frustrate myself trying to locate an image, especially if  
it is one I am using. Prepare your images and your text before it gets  
into Scribus. In the long run it saves time.

Could look something like this:

> My-Book>Chapter1>chapter1-images/

If the image is important, make a copy, catalogue it in the same manner as  
you catalogue the original. If I end up spending time trying to find the  
location of an image I am using I have taken the flow out of workflow and  
only the work is left.


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