[scribus] Someone likes coding for windows?!

Gregory Pittman gpittman at iglou.com
Sat Sep 7 15:02:25 UTC 2013

On 09/07/2013 09:59 AM, Brenda Ann Eckels wrote:
> Our small ministry gets most of it's staff from a welfare to work program.
> The state covers the liability and workman's comp (saving us thousands!)
> and in return we teach employment skills and mentor them. One catch is that
> we must use Windows as an operating system, the other is that any open
> source must be free and have a GUI interface.
> We love scribus, use open office, and I am on this list to watch for ways
> to do things better. Some of the work arounds I see hear sound great, but
> would be way over my volunteers skill level.
> Thank you for working on windows -scribus stuff!
> Does anyone else have ways to take processes that appear here and convert
> them to something like a menu item or button? The volunteers working with
> scribus also learn an older version of Photoshop if that helps.

It sounds like you may want to learn about scripts and scripting. Start
out by checking out the included scripts, then maybe look at some other
ideas on the wiki using scripts.

Scripts can help automate complex tasks that you might be doing frequently.


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