[scribus] Testing epub format for a.l.e.
tennesseelady21 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 21 21:11:58 UTC 2012
Thanks for the response. First let me say that while I think I am fairly
good (read maybe better than most) I am not a programmer.
So I think the best thing would for me to send you the file. I am still
making some finishing touches but I do have a almost completed version.
All my images, pages, etc are finished. Just doing some editing.
Let me know if you would like to use this file to play around with or you
want to wait for the final final.
BTW thanks. I am so excited. I was hoping I could use the scribus file
and not try to start from scratch to do an eBook.
Look forward to hearing from you.
On Fri, Sep 21, 2012 at 3:45 PM, ale rimoldi <ale.comp_06 at xox.ch> wrote:
> hi mary,
> > I posted on the forum but am taking your suggestion to post here as
> > well.
> > Yes I would be happy to be your guinea pig! I would really like to
> > test your epub. I think it would be so much easier to do all my
> > desktop publishing in Scribus rather than switching to another
> > program.
> >et How do I get your git repositiories? BTW great program.
> sorry for the late answer.
> some more information about the epub exporter.
> the epub exporter won't allow you to design epub files.
> it takes your SLA file (the scribus file) and exports all the content
> -- text with paragraph style, character styles, and some of the local
> formatting; images -- and packs it in a well formatted epub file.
> you will then be able to open the epub file with sigil (or any other
> epub editor) and tweak it to your needs.
> since the new plugin is not yet in the main scribus code, the easiest
> way to try it is by compiling it under linux.
> the second easiest alternative is to use a package (PPA) for ubuntu: i
> will have to create it for you (but it's on my todo list...)
> now, the question is: how computer savy are you? and do you have a
> computer with ubuntu on it ad hand?
> another way to do it, is that you "send" me your scribus project
> (collected for output) and i prepare an .epub file for you.
> now, how to proceed?
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