Difference between revisions of "Using createParagraphStyle"

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This is something of a companion to [[Using createCharStyle]].
 
This is something of a companion to [[Using createCharStyle]].
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Although in Scribus there is an implicit character style whenever you create a paragraph style, in Scripter these are two distinct commands, but we'll see how the two can be linked.
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Here is the overall picture of syntax:
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<tt>scribus.createParagraphStyle("name", linespacingmode, linespacing, alignment, leftmargin, rightmargin, gapbefore, gapafter, firstindent, hasdropcap, dropcaplines, dropcapoffset, "charstyle")</tt>
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As in the companion piece, quotes around a parameter indicate it is a string surrounded by quotes, and the absence of quotes indicates a numerical value.
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===Commands===

Revision as of 23:55, 3 September 2011

This article is part of the Scripts series.

This is something of a companion to Using createCharStyle.

Although in Scribus there is an implicit character style whenever you create a paragraph style, in Scripter these are two distinct commands, but we'll see how the two can be linked.

Here is the overall picture of syntax:

scribus.createParagraphStyle("name", linespacingmode, linespacing, alignment, leftmargin, rightmargin, gapbefore, gapafter, firstindent, hasdropcap, dropcaplines, dropcapoffset, "charstyle")

As in the companion piece, quotes around a parameter indicate it is a string surrounded by quotes, and the absence of quotes indicates a numerical value.

Commands