Xhelp code on launchpad ready
jgamio at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 01:45:29 UTC 2007
On 8/2/07, Jim Campbell <jwcampbell at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 8/2/07, Tim Webster <twebster80 at gmail.com> wrote:
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> > Thank you to everyone who responded. Yes I was able to retrieve the code
> > and compiled fine. I like the layout and the speed of loading is great.
> > I hope it retains some of that speed when it is all done. Great job so
> > far.
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> I agree. Mine build just fine, loads very quickly, and it looks like a
> good start.
> I'm not sure what the previous poster was referring to in regards to the
> bookmarks recommendation, but I'm not sure if that is necessary. Could the
> previous poster explain how they thought that would be used?
I know this just like a alpha version but
Have you ever read a whole tutorial or two at the same time ? You need a
bookmark to keep the track or just for remember some great chapter. Some
times at least for me the index is not enough
I notice that there's a search bar. Will search functionality be included
> in the first release of the help application?
> Also, the working name is xhelp, but I think that xfhelp or xfce4-help
> would be more consistent with much of the current Xfce apps. Just my $0.02.
Maybe I am wrong please let me know but the xfce used the Xfce Foundation
classes and this is a gtk app in my personal opinion should not be a name
with a xfce reference
Hrm, well, I guess there is, "xarchiver." :-P
> Thank you for your efforts, Giusseppe.
I agree. Giusseppe great job
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