[scribus] Accessing Story Editor in 1.5.0

Jan de Weerd jdweerd at ziggo.nl
Wed Jun 18 13:26:23 UTC 2014

On 06/17/2014 11:12 PM, john Culleton wrote:
> On Tue, 17 Jun 2014 22:40:47 +0200
> Craig Bradney <cbradney at scribus.info> wrote:
>>>> ciao
>>>> a.l.e
>>> So there is no way to recreate the facility
>>> that existed in earlier versions (to access
>>> the Style Editor from the Story Editor as
>>> needed)?
>> Sure there is. Those who profess to know
>> something about GUI design said we should
>> remove it.
>> Talk to Ale etc..
>> Craig
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> I profess to know how I use Scribus, and I type
> text into the Story Editor or modify text flowed
> in from another source in the Story Editor.  As I
> go along I may need to create or modify Styles,
> particularly when I flow in text from outside of
> Scribus.
> I am very pragmatic about rules, regulations and
> "best practices" as defined by others. What works
> works. What is convenient for the end user is
> convenient.
> Providing an exit into the Style
> Editor from the Story Editor with a return
> to the Story Editor upon exiting the Style
> Editor is to my mind a simple subroutine call
> and return. It doesn't handicap anyone, even
> A.L.E., who wants to use the program in a
> different way.
> Please?

I agree.
I also use the story editor to edit my files imported from *.odt files.
Handy to use the paragraph styles.
And yes it was easier to have the style editor accessible from the story 

Best regards,
Jan de Weerd

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