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|0010178||Scribus||Import / Export||public||2011-08-13 20:43||2011-08-14 14:45|
|Summary||0010178: import text with embedded (and maybe linked also) images|
|Description||Images embedded in text file (tried *.odt files) are lost when importing to Scribus.|
It would be very useful to have a possibility to import text files _with_ images (it is possible to embed image frame in text in scribus, so, why not?)
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let's ask it the other way round: why?
i mean, what are the use cases, when you want to import an .odt file as is in scribus?
i mean, wouldn't it be better to produce the PDF from openoffice, then?
why are you importing it into scribus?
i'm not fundamentally against it, but i can't find a task, where you would want to do it *and* would have a real advantage in doing it...
it's just me?
i'm making a chess periodical with lots of chess diagrams... it is very easy to make a mistake, when placing them in traditional way. it is much better for me to have them embedded in text file and imported together with text...
and specially - authors not agreed to let me place diagrams by myself ;)
i planned to use scribus, but because of above reasons i've had to do it using different app...