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Title: How define styles for TEXT FRAME?
Post by: royer11 on June 11, 2021, 07:09:16 pm
Hello to the entire scribus community, is there a method to define a style for the TEXT FRAMES by default? I mean the borders, background colors and others. Below I attach reference images.

The thing is that I create the object and I want to duplicate as much as I want. Unless you make a copy and paste of it
Title: Re: How define styles for TEXT FRAME?
Post by: utnik on June 14, 2021, 08:34:45 pm
hi royer

format one frame and send it to the scrapbook. from there you may drag it to any place in your layout or place it on another page with the coordinates from the original frame just by a double click on the scrapbook item…

utnik
Title: Re: How define styles for TEXT FRAME?
Post by: Nermander on June 15, 2021, 10:35:15 pm
Isn't this what the Item tools in the Preferences/Document setup is for?

(Define a style as default that is.)
Title: Re: How define styles for TEXT FRAME?
Post by: utnik on June 16, 2021, 01:01:11 am
hi nermander

Isn't this what the Item tools in the Preferences/Document setup is for?

(Define a style as default that is.)

the example shows three different text frames. how would you define them in 'document setup'?

utnik
Title: Re: How define styles for TEXT FRAME?
Post by: Nermander on June 17, 2021, 10:07:46 pm
I didn't check the example, I just read the text "is there a method to define a style for the TEXT FRAMES by default?".

And that question is what I responded to.