[scribus] Pagination in Scribus

bobparham at comcast.net bobparham at comcast.net
Sun Jul 10 02:49:03 UTC 2011

I had tried making the start column 5but what happens is that numbering 
starts at page 5 rather than the first page of chapter 2. This gives me 
no numbers on the first 4 pages. Then 5 thru 12 for the remainder of pages.
If I upgrade to rc5 would it be compatible with rc2?

On 7/9/2011 10:27 PM, John Jason Jordan wrote:
> On Sat, 09 Jul 2011 21:14:06 -0400
> "bobparham at comcast.net"<bobparham at comcast.net>  dijo:
>> The current problem, which I have been working on for several days, is
>> that of pagination. I am saving each chapter to an .sla file. I go to
>> File>Document Setup>Sections and attempt to get the pages numbered.
>> File>The
>> first chapter which only has four pages numbered perfectly. The second
>> chapter has twelve pages. (I am keeping the signatures a multiple of
>> four pages.) I cannot get a continuation of numbering in the second
>> chapter. It insists on numbering from 1 to 12 instead of numbering
> >from 5 to 16.
> I just created a new, blank document of 12 pages. I went into File>
> Document Setup>  Sections and changed the Start column to 5. Then, on
> the first page I placed a text frame and inserted a page number. The
> number appeared as 5.
> I am using 1.3.9 on Fedora 14, x86_64. I wonder if a bug crept in by
> the time your version came out. See if you can upgrade to 1.4.0 RC5. If
> that doesn't help, go to bugs.scribus.net and search for a bug.
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