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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0015066||Scribus||Graphics / Image Frames||public||2017-12-11 12:07||2017-12-11 13:01|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0015066: Scribus stopps / crashes after linking more than 200 images to image frame|
currently I'm creating an photo book (DIN A4, double pages) by the following procedure:
1. creating 100 new pages
2. inserting new image frames, connecting jpeg-images by drag&drop from local drive
as an alternative: creating new image frame, copying frame 10 time , connecting images to each frame
After about 200 - 240 images scribus stopped showing the images. The new linked image frames looked as if the path was changed (red crossed, file name, no picture) or just blank (white frame). Also the "working" image frames were not more editable --> scribus file was damaged!
Probably - with deleting - could it be that I reached a limit (internal counter) of 255 images ?
|Steps To Reproduce||Repair procedure:|
It wasn't possible just to restart. So I deleted the last 2-3 failing image frames, saved, re-opened it and did "Collect to output". In the new created file it was possible to edit the "working" image frames again (luckily, not the whole work was lost), but after adding new frames, the same error occured again.
The whole output-file (scribus + 200 jpeg-images) had a about 500MB.
|Additional Information||Different IT configurations: I tried the procedure above with the following configurations:|
1. Win 7 home (4GB RAM) 64bit + local stored files (image folder on desktop) + Scribus 1.4.6
2. Win 10 enterprise (8GB RAM) 64bit + local stored files (image folder on desktop) + Scribus 1.4.6 portable
3. both systems with files externally (NAS) image folders
Now, I decided to create some chapters (each limited with 20-30 pages), export the and create a complete file with another program
|Tags||crash, error, frame, image, image-frames, page management, windows10, windows7|
||Duplicate of 0004520. As you have already noticed, when working with lots of images it is necessary to split document into several sub-documents.|
>> Probably - with deleting - could it be that I reached a limit (internal counter) of 255 images ?
No, the limit is imposed by available memory on your computer. When working with lots of images, 4Gb or 8Gb is not much.
|2017-12-11 12:07||KingHarry||New Issue|
|2017-12-11 12:07||KingHarry||Tag Attached: crash|
|2017-12-11 12:07||KingHarry||Tag Attached: error|
|2017-12-11 12:07||KingHarry||Tag Attached: frame|
|2017-12-11 12:07||KingHarry||Tag Attached: image|
|2017-12-11 12:07||KingHarry||Tag Attached: image-frames|
|2017-12-11 12:07||KingHarry||Tag Attached: page management|
|2017-12-11 12:07||KingHarry||Tag Attached: windows10|
|2017-12-11 12:07||KingHarry||Tag Attached: windows7|
|2017-12-11 12:58||jghali||Assigned To||=> jghali|
|2017-12-11 12:58||jghali||Status||new => resolved|
|2017-12-11 12:58||jghali||Resolution||open => duplicate|
|2017-12-11 12:58||jghali||Note Added: 0044731|
|2017-12-11 12:58||jghali||Relationship added||duplicate of 0004520|
|2017-12-11 13:00||jghali||Note Added: 0044732|
|2017-12-11 13:01||jghali||Priority||urgent => normal|
|2017-12-11 13:01||jghali||Status||resolved => closed|