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Quote from: a.l.e on June 17, 2020, 08:29:37 AMno, it's not currently possible to start scribus without in some way also start the user interface.but there are ways for "hiding" the ui and you shoud also be able to keep scribus open and process a bunch of files as soon as they come in.if you need a consultant, just raise your hand : - )
Quote from: dragonfly on June 17, 2020, 05:41:28 PMIf indeed you are running a (remote) server it is difficult to see how you can run Scribus GUI which is designed to run on desktop and not as a service.However you could look here at ssh X ...https://askubuntu.com/questions/886313/what-is-the-simplest-way-to-have-remote-gui-access-to-ubuntu-16-04-server-fromAre you thinking of running a conversion service?
Quote from: dragonfly on June 18, 2020, 12:31:30 AMThere is this to explore at pandoc command line (text frame changes) ... but not in Scribus.https://github.com/jgm/pandoc/wiki/Importing-Markdown-in-InDesign
Quote from: dragonfly on June 18, 2020, 10:43:39 AM@raymondnexsoftechI echo the views of @a.l.e .. "i would like to ask you, what you are giving back.."You have not given us the full picture.If the goal is to convert *.idml to pdf there are on line services which I have searched to achieve this. In effect offering what you want.So why bring Scribus into the loop? Why not use InDesign for the final stage?However, just as an intellectual exercise, I have thought through how I would achieve this without GUI and on a remote server. You write that you can " edit the content of IDML file by coding". In the same way you can "edit the content of SLA file by coding". It is just XML parsing. You need to map IDML elements to SLA elements.