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Quote from: GarryP on June 09, 2016, 10:32:34 AMDarrell, what you've said sounds quite obvious but it doesn't take multiple edits into account.If you make changes in two (or more) places in the text, each change being something that modifies the text that is seen in different frames on different pages, which frame/page would you expect to be looking at once the editing was complete?You said you want to be "where [you] finished the edits" but is this the location of where the editing last occurred or the location of the edited text furthest through the text? Do you mean "last in time" or "last in position"?
Quote from: Nermander on June 10, 2016, 10:53:08 AM But today text can be edited directly on the canvas, and the story editor have been more or less abandoned by the developers.And editing on the canvas should be made as easy as in the story editor. But that is most likely several versions into the future.
Quote from: a.l.e on June 18, 2016, 05:35:06 PMYou're not the only person wanting this.But nobody, until now, was so in need of it to be ready to pay somebody for programming it... or to program it herself...Well, not nobody: Cezary has programmed it: http://www.scribus-ece.info/ ... but for a reason unknown to me, it was never integrated into Scribus.That being said, i'm currently working on implementing the table of contents (also based on Cezary's work) and once that is done, i can think that it should be easy to use the same code to also add a simple search (and maybe replace) plugin.(A table of contents is some sort of search :-)
Quote from: a.l.e on June 20, 2016, 09:19:15 AMhi darrel,but users can help out!i know, that's much more demanding than a +1 button, but scribus currently needs people getting their hands dirty... cheering efforts are nice but won't make scribus improve.