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Linking Render Frames
« on: March 30, 2018, 01:10:42 pm »
Hi together,
is it possible to link render frames as you would link normal text frames? It would be great to design the pages of a magazine with Scribus but to use the typesetting capability of LaTex. But as I see it, I would have to divide the source code of a two ore more page article into multiple render frames.
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Florian

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Re: Linking Render Frames
« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2018, 10:40:49 am »
hi florian

the render frames are not only for latex... and not all the "formats" supported are compatible with linking.

but in the case of the latex frames i agree that it could be possible to make them linked... but there is some work to be done!
it's not much and i'm sure that -- if you're a latex user -- you could do some if not almost all of the work necessary for it!

sadly, i'm not sure that it is a future proof solution*.
so, i'm not sure that slightly enhancing them by adding the linking is a good idea...

ciao
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* as far as i know, render frames are just image frames and are included as the original pdf when you enable the "experimental" pdf-embedding: but, then, you lose all the color management on that part of the pdf.

 

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