[scribus] Keep master page logic when modifying page order
deco33000 at hotmail.com
Wed Oct 8 16:46:51 UTC 2014
Actually I have 5 master pages,
So I cannot stand having left MP instead of right MP on the wrong page.
No no, the issue is to lock a third (or fourth or whatever) master page on a page, so that it is not mutable by the even/odd pattern.
Even if you rearrange the pattern, you won't touch those manually set MP.
Do you understand what I mean ?
I will code it to make it clear :)
> Date: Wed, 8 Oct 2014 18:30:01 +0200
> From: ale.comp_06 at xox.ch
> To: scribus at lists.scribus.net
> Subject: Re: [scribus] Keep master page logic when modifying page order
> hi jog,
> being able to set right MPs to left pages, was exactly what lead a bunch
> of creative people to laugh at scribus.
> personally, i think that you have spot a problem in scribus, but the
> solution you're proposing -- while solving your specific current issue
> -- is a hack that mitigates your pain but is not a general solution to
> the problem.
> seriously, if you're happy with having a left page on the right side,
> you should probably not be using facing pages...
> or am i missing something?
> > After digging into the code and keeping working on a large document,
> > I think we could "lock" the master pages to pages.
> > It is very simple to reapply the odd/even logic and when needed
> > "lock" the master page.
> > It would be that way :
> > 1) create your page
> > 2) right click on the page -> "lock master page"
> > I think it is a very flexible approach, very easy to implement and
> > translate to different language, and won't break the scribus logic.
> > What do you think about it ?
> > Thanks
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