[scribus] Dynamic variables and references

Cédric Gémy radar.map35 at free.fr
Wed Oct 5 11:38:05 UTC 2011

Trouble actually is that the way frames are organized or automatically
created is not documented, so that previous or next would mean nothing. 

I guess not only the API has to be improved, but the documentation too.
Many methods are missing and the description is often too limited.


Le samedi 01 octobre 2011 à 17:17 +0200, JLuc a écrit :
> Le 29/09/2011 14:34, Peter Nermander a écrit :
> >> So it seems to be powerfull if we might be able to write (#aref) in a frame, so that the printed number would be the
> >> page number of the object appearing to be called 'aref' in the outline window.
> >
> > I think we should look a bit further.
> [snip]
> > Another important feature would be fo be able to find the latest or
> > the next occurance of a certain style or frame name (to be able to get
> > automatic running headers). Somthing like:
> >
> > Previous.Style("ChapterName").Content (where ChapterName is a style name)
> > MS Word has a lot of these features and I use the often.They save a
> > lot of work when rearranging documents.
> Is there some documentation or a description of the syntax used ?
> JL
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