[scribus] Bulleted Lists in Scribus (yes, I know....)
ale.comp_06 at xox.ch
Mon Jan 10 22:40:35 CET 2011
> > 1. It runs faster than my ability to think, never mind watch the
> > video. I really have no idea what it is doing.
> > 2. I'm really not going to do all that work just to create a better
> > looking bullet - assuming that I happen to have a suitable graphic,
> > which can be reduced in size and still have meaning afterwards,
> > lying around in my system.
> > Is there a better documented way for doing this? I see claims that
> > many large books have been produced using Scribus. Did they all not
> > need to use bullets? How do other users get round this limitation?
> MY solution:
> 1. Set up the page in TeX. I suggest the Context variant.
> 2. Import the page as a pdf file.
i do engrave my bullets in stones (it's not difficult, they are just holes) and than throw them into the monitor. most of the time it works.
well, let's get serious.
when you you're in a text frame in edit mode you get two blue triangles in the horizontal ruler, move them until you have an indent.
then add a tabulator at the same horizontal position as the horizontal indent
add a bullet in the line and, with the tabulator key, jump under the tab.
if you need lists in your document, you will probably want to create a text style with the indent.
this works with 1.3.9.
what scribus does not support, is to automatically add the bullets or number the items... but i don't think that it will be a big problem for you...
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