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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0015521||Scribus||User Interface||public||2018-12-22 08:04||2018-12-22 08:04|
|Platform||x86_64||OS||Linux||OS Version||Debian testing|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0015521: Interface should allow both smcp and c2sc OpenType features to be applied to text.|
|Description||Currently the user interface uses radio buttons or a combo box for OpenType capital features. You can have ordinary captials or small capitals (smcp) or small capitals from capitals (c2sc), but you can't combine small capitals (smcp) with small capitals from capitals (c2sc).|
It would be nice to be able to apply both features to a frame or selection or character style. That way you can enter something in Title Case and have it automatically changed to all small caps.
(Also as a side note, it seems inconsistent to use combo boxes for OpenType features in the style editor but radio buttons in the text properties dialog.)
|Steps To Reproduce||Choose a font that supports both Small Capitals (smcp) and Small Capitals from Capitals (c2sc) OpenType features (e.g., Noto Sans Regular).|
You can only apply one feature at a time.
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