[scribus] Fwd: Re: Wieder zurück mit Problemen
albrecht.will at online.de
Tue Feb 7 20:06:42 UTC 2017
Am Dienstag, 7. Februar 2017, 09:43:12 CET schrieb ale rimoldi:
> On 06/02/17 22:16, Gregory Pittman wrote:
> > -------- Forwarded Message --------
> > Subject: Re: [scribus] Wieder zurück mit Problemen
> > Date: Mon, 6 Feb 2017 15:47:33 -0500
> > From: Gregory Pittman <gpittman at iglou.com>
> > To: Albrecht Will <albrecht.will at online.de>
> > On 02/06/2017 10:27 AM, Albrecht Will wrote:
> >> Am Montag, 6. Februar 2017, 09:47:09 CET schrieben Sie:
> >>> On 02/06/2017 12:22 AM, Albrecht Will wrote:
> >>>> Hi Greg,
> >>>> thanks for your answer. It was the second respond to my question. Your
> >>>> hint is yet wellknown.
> >>>> The first respond asked me to unsubcribe from the list. I will do this
> >>>> with
> >>>> respect. Thanks
> >>> That wasn't directed to you. So, are you still having trouble with TOC?
> >>> What isn't working right?
> >>> Greg
> >> In the german forum I got the advice, not to work with TOC until its
> >> rewritten. Now I wait for an hint, how to do TOCs effectively.
> > Playing with this a bit, and also checking the wiki page, the wiki is
> > decidedly cryptic.
> > Probably the first step you should do is to go to Document Setup >
> > Document Item Attributes. There, create an attribute and name it TOC, or
> > whatever you like. Click OK.
> > Now, when you go to Document Setup > Tables of Contents, you should be
> > able to add a new one, and find your name (TOC) in the drop down list;
> > choose that. Filling in other attributes is optional at this point.
> > Choose the Destination Frame you want your TOC to be in - it needs to
> > already exist. Choose a Paragraph Style if you want. Click OK.
> > Now go to one or more frames with content, and from the context menu
> > select Attributes. Under the drop down list for Name you should now find
> > TOC, select that. Under Value put in what you want to show up in the
> > table of contents. Click OK.
> > At this point you should be able to select Extras > Generate Table of
> > Contents, and get some results in the frame you chose for the TOC.
> At this point you might guess, why i suggested you, not to use the
> current TOC system.
> Personally, I don't know of anybody who used it.
> Some have tried.
> You will have to retype each title in a popup and all you get is the
> current page of the frame where the title is in.
> Of course, you're not allowed to have two titles in the same frame.
> As I told you, you will be faster by typing the TOC yourself.
> And, generally speaking, even if Scribus has got much better, it's IMO
> not yet 100% ready for documents where manually compiling a TOC is not
> With just a bit of luck 1.6 will.
> You're doing pioneer work and it's nice to see you filling bug reports
> when you notice that things do not work!
> p.s.: If you're wondering, yes, I know how the current TOC works and
> asked the team to remove it from Scribus. It's an anti-feature: people
> who discover it, lose time trying to learn it; and are disappointed when
> they find out how it does (not) work; we lose time explaining how to use
> it or why not to use it.
> A lose lose situation!
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Hi, for now I can say TOC works well when I removed endnotes. I created 3 TOCs
using attributes in textframes.
What a relief!
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