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== Lightweight Markup languages? ==
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Markdown (which flavors?), reStructured Text, AsciiDoc, etc? I think it's reasonable to add these to the whishlist. I'm just not sure where to put them, especially since some offer some pretty fancy features (AsciiDoc and reStructured Text in particular come to mind). Almost all of them offer export to HTML and direct-to-PDF, but for press-ready PDF, they probably want massaging in Scribus. Should these go under the Text heading or are they deserving of their own heading?
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--[[User:Paraplegic racehorse|Paraplegic Racehorse]] ([[User talk:Paraplegic racehorse|talk]]) 04:19, 12 June 2016 (CEST)

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Scribus FAQ on propietary imports' link broken -- Kunda (talk) 21:45, 11 November 2013 (CET)

Location: At the top of this document. The link that is broken is: http://www.scribus.net/index.php?name=FAQ&id_cat=3#q19


Lightweight Markup languages?

Markdown (which flavors?), reStructured Text, AsciiDoc, etc? I think it's reasonable to add these to the whishlist. I'm just not sure where to put them, especially since some offer some pretty fancy features (AsciiDoc and reStructured Text in particular come to mind). Almost all of them offer export to HTML and direct-to-PDF, but for press-ready PDF, they probably want massaging in Scribus. Should these go under the Text heading or are they deserving of their own heading? --Paraplegic Racehorse (talk) 04:19, 12 June 2016 (CEST)