[scribus] Templates vs. master pages vs. (page styles)?
gessel at blackrosetech.com
Wed Sep 16 23:21:34 UTC 2020
Thank you! This is a nice UI/UX concept. I'll try it!
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Subject: Re: [scribus] Templates vs. master pages vs. (page styles)?
From: Peter Nermander <peter at nermander.se>
To: Scribus User Mailing List <scribus at lists.scribus.net>
Date: 2020-09-16 08:28+0300
>> I'd like to be able to define a page format - optimally multiple - that I
>> can pre-design and assign to a document and then apply as editable. I
>> think I've exhausted the obvious mechanisms, I apologize for the
>> enumeration of the obvious but to save back and forth:
> I can't see anybody has mentioned the scrapbook.
> Design your page (place your frames etc). Select all objects on the page
> and Send to scrapbook. The page design is saved as an item in the scrapbook.
> Now, the key is to *not *drag and drop from the scrapbook when you want to
> create a page with the design, but to *double-click* the entry. That will
> insert the objects in the location they were when they were sent to the
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