[scribus] Shifting page objects by script - new version
jluc at no-log.org
Sat Oct 13 21:21:12 UTC 2012
Le 12/10/2012 18:59, Gregory Pittman a écrit :
> New version on the wiki will allow you to enter a series of pages to perform the shift on.
> For example, when the dialog comes up for the pages, you might enter
> 3 5 7 9 11
> to shift the content on those specific pages. The script will give you the default value for the current page, but you
> can make the list anything you want.
Thanks for this nice pedagogical documentation work.
The 3 scripts, from the easy to the sophisticated and secure one, are a nice introduction for me in scribus python
AMOF when trying the script i had an error : SyntaxError: EOL while scanning string literal
So i had to edit the script to have the strings written on only one line on line instead of 2 :
shiftdir = scribus.valueDialog('Direction to shift?','Which direction to shift...\n Any change from default shifts to
scribus.messageBox('OOPS!',str(pgerr)+' of the pages you entered was\n outside the range of the document\n and therefore
scribus.messageBox('OOPS!',str(pgerr)+' of the pages you entered were\n outside the range of the document\n and
therefore ignored.',scribus.ICON_WARNING, scribus.BUTTON_OK)
I'm surprised i got that python error and not you ?
I think it should be corrected on the wiki.
Do you confirm ?
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