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Quote from: a.l.e on May 03, 2019, 02:53:13 PMno, i don't think that it's currently possible with scribus.but it would probably be easy to implement.as a preference and document setting...personally, i mostly work on small documents and i don't really have a need for this feature, so let's ask the other readers: should scribus optionally jump to the last edited page, when opening a document?
Quote from: a.l.e on May 04, 2019, 02:28:34 PMi'm not a big fan of facebook or polls...
Quote from: a.l.e on May 04, 2019, 02:28:34 PMi'm more interested in good reasons for having that feature.
Quote from: a.l.e on May 04, 2019, 02:28:34 PMas nermander correctly wrote, scribus would not jump to the last edited bit, but to the last selected page... which would probably be the same in most cases.modifying scribus to store the relevant information in the .sla file is rather trivial and restoring the position is not that hard either...but i don't like putting features in scribus that are not really useful.
Quote from: a.l.e on May 04, 2019, 02:28:34 PMthe biggest problem is that when you ask people, if they want a new feature, most will say loud: "yes!"... but then, most of them are unable to find (and use) the relevant feature because there are so many of them : - )
Quote from: a.l.e on May 04, 2019, 02:28:34 PMwhen reading nermander's thoughts, i wonder if making it easier to write comments, using colors and maybe even anchors... and being able to list and jump to them might be a better approach than add new settings and "jump to last position" feature.we might even have "automatic" comments / annotations... one of them being the last edited page...