New screenshots needed on the wiki

Corey Burger corey.burger at gmail.com
Sat Jun 10 02:51:05 UTC 2006


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> If we remove/avoid screenshots in general, will that not in fact help in
> showing users the easiest way for them to do something? For instance with the
> Orinoco and the VMware stuff, it can all be done command line, which is what
> I prefer, but I thought we wanted to show them the easy or the Synaptic way
> of doing it? I am with you 99% because I am not a fan of a million
> screenshots either, plus everybody does a screenshot, image conversion, and
> compression differently, so they very rarely look like they were done by the
> same person, let alone the same team. However, they do tend to help a newbie
> in a lot of situations. That folks is what you call a brainfart, or a
> braindump ;)  Just my 2 cents.
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> something stupid."

If we nuke screenshots, it does not mean we talk about the
commandline. We just use words to describe what we are doing (which we
are doing anyway).

Cheers,

Corey
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