[scribus] Keep master page logic when modifying page order

Gregory Pittman gpittman at iglou.com
Wed Oct 8 16:10:01 UTC 2014

On 10/08/2014 11:30 AM, Jog Lie wrote:
> I explained myself incorrectly
> When you reapply the odd/even pattern, it wrecks everything out and you have to readjust the "exotic" pages.
> With a "lock master page" option activated, even the odd/even pattern would not touch the locked master page.
> Hence you gain a lot of time.
> Did I make it clearer ?

Ok, it makes some sense now. But I guess you have to individually lock a
page (it's more like you're locking the attributes of the page, not
locking the master page).

My guess is that if I were doing this, I would work on a way to parse
the SLA file, either with Python or Perl, editing the MNAM variable in
the <PAGE... > tag. Just a personal quirk/preference.

The other idea might be an xsl stylesheet...


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