Last post by a.l.e - February 15, 2024, 02:13:54 PM
p.s.: i've created a patch for getting the scripter to query items by name, even if they're inside of groups. it's attached to the ticket linked above. as soon as the patch is accepted, the script will find the colors inside of groups.
Last post by AdmFubar - February 15, 2024, 03:23:10 AM
Have you looked in the "Outline" window? If you dont have it opened yet, from the main menu select Windows/Outline, it is about the 7th entry down. This will show all objects in your document. You should be able to find this allusive svg that way.
Last post by JavierSam - February 15, 2024, 01:12:52 AM
Hi AdmFubar Thanks for your reply.
I am trying to "Remove unused colours" from a file. But the supposed unused colours still appear in the colour palette. So I guess they are applied to some object that I can't find. That elusive object is an SVG imported from Inkscape (since the names of the colours I can't remove are, for example, "FromSVG#3b7d9f").
I thought I could find that object by searching by the colours I couldn't remove. That's the reason for the original question.
Yes, certainly. But what I would like is to avoid having to set a new paragraph style when I have to make a small space adjustment before or after... A specific command to increase or decrease the space before or after a paragraph is present in InDesign and QuarkXpress or even in LibreOffice Writer.
Last post by Lyly - February 13, 2024, 05:49:11 PM
Merci pour la réponse j'ai réussi l'ouvrir à nouveau. En fait la page était planquée je ne sais où mais invisible sur l'écran. J'ai fait clic droit sur la page blanche dans la barre des tâches avec une option ancrer à gauche (ou agrandir ou restaurer je ne sais plus!).