[scribus] Bulleted Lists in Scribus (yes, I know....) (Owen)
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Tue Jan 11 10:20:42 CET 2011
> Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2011 07:33:34 +1100
> From: "Owen" <rcook at pcug.org.au>
> Subject: Re: [scribus] Bulleted Lists in Scribus (yes, I know....)
> To: "Scribus User Mailing List" <scribus at lists.scribus.net>
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> > .. that this is a long outstanding requirement.
> > I found a video tutorial on how to use a graphic, via an in-line
> > image,
> > to replace the single black bullet that is available, but the video
> > has
> > 2 problems:
> > 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?
> Does Insert->Chatacter->Bullet meet your needs?
If you carefully read the text of my original question ("...to create a
better looking bullet...") you will see that the method you have
suggested is precisely what I do not want to do.
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