I looked at the sample report, and I like where its heading.
I've been looking at adding "attributes" to the photos (I alluded to
this in a previous message). These might help here, but then again, they
I see two options - store the data such as width, height, alignment,
etc. as attributes on the images themselves, or create a "report" side
file that includes this information.
If each photo will always be identical from report to report, then it
should probably be attached as an attribute. If it it may be different
from report to report, then it should be defined specific to the one
report and stored in a side file (similar to the style information used
by many of the report generators now)
As a third option, it could be a combination of the two. For example,
you may specified a preferred height/width, which could be attached as a
attribute of the photo, but then allow it to be overridden on a report
by report basis, storing the information in a side file.
The attributes on the photos will be there for the user's convenience.
GRAMPS won't care what the attributes, how many you have, or what the
content is. GRAMPS will simply store them, allow you to edit them, and
make them available for use by the reports.
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