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|0003349||Scribus||Import / Export||public||2006-03-07 21:08||2015-11-13 01:27|
|Summary||0003349: A real support of footnotes|
|Description||A real support of footnotes is certainly a major feature for those who wants to use Scribus for works like books or thesis.|
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|parent of||0010730||closed||cbradney||[new feature] footnotes ready for testing|
|has duplicate||0000492||closed||Footnotes which stay on the same page as the associated word|
|related to||0003450||closed||cezaryece||Real support for endnotes|
|related to||0001120||closed||cezaryece||special caps - footnotes|
|related to||0003896||acknowledged||Metabug: Scientific Publishing|
|related to||0001371||assigned||cezaryece||Considering writing plugin to generate TOCs, Indexes, and "Continued on pg ... " messages|
|child of||0012496||acknowledged||Metabug: Marks & Footnotes & Weld (1.5.0.svn)|
||That's a longterm feature, though. We already have a lot of stuff coming up in 1.4, so I'd guess footnotes come after that.|
Copied from the closed dup 492:
"Footnotes which stay on the same page as the associated word
Are there plans to implement Footnote in scribus?
What i'd like to see are footnotes which are wrap-senitive:
Footnote always stays on the same page as the footnoted word (example³), even if this word is pushed to a new page."
Implementing Footnotes should be pretty easy(for 1.3.6 or later):
One thing needed is an invisible metainformation in textframes for indexing. The text-rendering-engine should return the position of the meta-element in the text-frame.
This would allow footnotes from a table/database-entry to be displayed in another textframe on the same (master?-)page.
Such metainformation would improve indexing and eventually allow dynamic formatting(with scripting or conditional frame displaying/positioning, e.g. anchoring graphics to text).
It would be great for any books to be able to have mainly pages footnotes, but also chapter and book notes.
OOo and other deal well with footnotes
so scribus should import them truthfully.
As you can see on attached screenshot work is in progress.
This is not addition to import filter - it is Scribus own engine for inserting footnotes with automatic reflow based on markers feature.
Of course reading footnotes from (at least) ODT files is the must and I have hope somebody do it when I upload base patch.
||close to be merged into 1.5svn...|
|2006-03-07 21:08||acepack||New Issue|
|2006-03-08 01:30||avox||Status||new => acknowledged|
|2006-03-08 01:30||avox||Note Added: 0009148|
|2006-03-16 11:59||mhanski||Relationship added||related to 0003450|
|2006-04-12 08:31||mhanski||Relationship added||has duplicate 0000492|
|2006-04-12 08:35||mhanski||Note Added: 0009829|
|2006-04-15 19:33||mhanski||Relationship added||related to 0001120|
|2006-06-07 19:17||christoph_s||Relationship added||related to 0003896|
|2006-06-17 20:15||mhanski||Relationship added||related to 0001371|
|2008-07-26 17:38||uz1111||Note Added: 0020046|
|2008-07-26 17:51||uz1111||Note Edited: 0020046|
|2008-07-28 19:47||JLuc||Note Added: 0020056|
|2012-02-26 23:20||cezaryece||File Added: footnotes.jpg|
|2012-02-26 23:25||cezaryece||Note Added: 0027754|
|2012-06-18 06:33||ale||Relationship added||parent of 0010730|
|2012-06-18 06:33||ale||Note Added: 0028179|
|2012-06-18 19:21||ale||Assigned To||=> cezaryece|
|2012-06-18 19:21||ale||Status||acknowledged => assigned|
|2013-11-14 14:45||cezaryece||Status||assigned => acknowledged|
|2015-11-13 01:27||Kunda||Relationship added||child of 0012496|