[scribus] inline graphics

a.l.e ale.comp_06 at xox.ch
Sat Jul 9 14:55:49 UTC 2011

hi adrienne

On Sat, 2011-07-09 at 09:16 -0500, Adrienne Carmack wrote:
> In Scribus this is called in inline graphic. Essentially, you can copy any image frame, then insert it like text into a text frame.
> Select an image frame with image, press Ctrl+C. Then select text frame (you need to do this in Insert Contents mode -- double click on text frame, put the cursor where you want to insert the graphic you have copied), then select Edit > Paste or type Ctrl+V.
> As far as tacking an image onto the edge of the text frame, in Scribus you would group the two frames -- select both, then Item > Group.
> Greg
> ---
> >>Ok, this is locking the image into the text frame, which is what I want to do. However, once it's locked in, can you edit it? Or is this sort of a last step before printing thing?
> Adrienne

please don't put the >> in front of your replies. on most email programs
your replies will be shown as the original message you're replying
to :-)

the ">" character should be in front of each line you're quoting...
or just skip the ">" and leave some space + the "on ... wrote ----"
you're using...


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