[scribus] Review: Create book covers in Scribus by John Culleton
daytonmeister at gmail.com
Tue Jul 21 20:37:06 CEST 2009
Some additional thoughts. I guess what I am thinking of is set up a page
would run the calculations and output the results in some other fields.
able to be used to build a new page with the results that could be printed.
Then everything is one complete package without having to access anything
custom dialog in Acrobat that could contain radio buttons, check boxes,
buttons, dropdown lists, text fields, list fields etc. that could be used as
a calculator. And then of course there is the Flash capability in Acrobat 9.
I'm not a Flash developer but a flash widget could be added to an Acrobat 9
PDF to run the kind of stuff we are talking about.
On Tue, Jul 21, 2009 at 12:28 PM, John Culleton <john at wexfordpress.com>wrote:
> On Tuesday 21 July 2009 09:47:39 am Steven Dayton wrote:
> > NIce eBook. It would be nice if the cover calculator was built
> > into the PDF.
> > Steven
> Interesting thought. Given a remote host for the e-book that belongs
> to someone else I am not sure if that would be feasible. There has
> to be an external program somewhere to do the calcs and return them
> or php.
> In the e-Book the addy of the calculator site is a clickable URL.
> That is a one-way street it is true but the e-book could remain on
> screen while the data is printed out. As a practical matter you
> want a print out anyhow.
> John Culleton
> Create Book Covers with Scribus/e-book $5.95
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