[scribus] Scribus sla to epub (export) q. (calibre does not work) -> image/captions
radar.map35 at free.fr
Sat Jun 14 13:50:14 UTC 2014
most commonly, PDF to Epub conversion is one of the most difficult that can be done. Personnally my workflow includes a textprocessing file with all text and pictures to be imported into scribus and to be exported separately with writer2epub. Both scribusPDF and epub will then have a different layout. But this way, the conversion to epub is quite good.
The trouble that happens in commercial world is that there are often text improvments and polishing while the layout is already done, which makes it difficult to maintain all the sources up2date. That's one reason i promote scribus epub export or import :
- if you have a PDF based publishing process you will do a perfect layout and then export in epub from scribus and get the right text
- if you have an epub based publishing, you can import your perfect epub content into scribus and improve the layout for PDF purpose.
Actually, we have none of these that 's why i think textprocessing is the best source.
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Objet: Re: [scribus] Scribus sla to epub (export) q. (calibre does not work) -> image/captions
> As a general quick-fix case, I think placing all captions under their image is
> a simple, and fairly obvious, solution. Of course there could be further and
> more complex solutions in the future, but working on a KISS principle:
> Would seem logical, Captain.
yep, this is a good start!
if you make one or more .sla out of it, i can integrate them into the
list of samples!
if possible, each .sla with a short description (one or two sentences?)
of what the sample is testing.
all in all, the simples cases are indeed simple. but as soon as you take
into consideration columns and linked frames it can get tricky...
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