[scribus] is there any script or patch to anchor text at the end of a textframe
johannfk at xs4all.nl
Sun Aug 31 21:44:12 UTC 2014
I am layouting artikels in 3 collums connected over some pages for a
Every artikel should end at the end of its text-box.
The white-space above the artikel is filled with an image. The result is
a perfectly filled and used page.
Like it is now the text-box is filled with text form top-down.
To get the text at the end of the box, i have to resize the text-box or
put an other box with bounding above it.
During the process i place and replace images, streamers and headers
with bounding who move the text again.
When the text would be locked at the end of the frame it would spare me
a lot of time.
Gregory Pittman schreef op 2014-08-31 15:34:
> On 08/31/2014 08:57 AM, Kunda Loves Scribus wrote:
>> On Sat, Aug 30, 2014 at 8:29 AM, _johann <johannfk at xs4all.nl> wrote:
>>> In a document with linked text frames where each text frame is
>>> in 3-columns I'd like to have the text automatically 'anchor' to the
>>> right corner of the 3rd column instead of it naturally being top-left
>>> aligned. I'd rather not use an emty boundet box to push the text
>>> because i have up to 10 frames under/above the text-box wich i have
>>> reposition many times until i reached the bottom.
>> Does functionality as described above exist in Scribus?
> I'm very uncertain what he is trying to do...
> Is the idea to fill the 3-column space with emptiness, then append new
> content so that is always at the very end of the last column?
> Some scripts were written to try to resize frames to fit text,
> involving a loop which tests for overflow. I can somewhat imagine a
> script that would retest for overflow while varying empty lines.
> This seems an odd request.
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