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!).