[scribus] Locking images?
louis.desjardins at gmail.com
Tue Jan 10 12:43:01 UTC 2012
Le 10 janv. 2012 02:55, "Ian "Witty" Whitfield" <editor at federalsaints.net>
a écrit :
> On 09/01/2012 14:00, John Jason Jordan wrote:
>> On Sun, 08 Jan 2012 17:26:37 +0200
>> "Ian \"Witty\" Whitfield"<editor at federalsaints.net> dijo:
>>> >Is it possible to 'Lock' an image to a particular area of text so that
>>> >when you add more text above the image it will move down the document
>>> >with its related text? (in other programs this is the 'Anchor'
>> I think you're looking for inline graphics. To accomplish this copy the
>> graphic to the clipboard, then insert the cursor in the text where you
>> want the graphic, and paste it in. You have to do this in the frame in
>> canvas view. It doesn't work if you use the story editor.
> Thanks John - I tried what you said but it did not work.... Maybe I'm not
understanding your reply??
> I copied an image to the Clipboard (with Dolphin), and then positioned my
cursor in the document and pasted it there, (ctrl-V), but that only
inserts the path and name of the file.... not the image itself! Your reply
seems to suggest however that you CAN do this so I must be misunderstanding
your instructions, sorry - can you clarify please?
The missing info is this:
Copy the frame with the image to the clipboard. Then position your cursor
where you need the image in the text. Then paste.
> I wonder also why you, Greg, suggest this is not what DTP programs should
do? I consider this to be very fundamental to preparation and layout of a
publication!! I know it would make my life a hell of a lot easier with what
I do and I'm very happy to just have to 'tweak' the position here and there
on my final proofing.
> Thanks guys!!
> Ian Whitfield
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