[openlp-dev] Editing the Online Manual
alisonken1 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 12 09:07:28 EDT 2016
As far as the "Projectors" v. "Projector Manager" goes, I would say
keep it as "Projector Manager" since that's what the pane is called
(unless it's been changed when I wasn't looking).
On Mon, Apr 11, 2016 at 6:19 AM, Lane Lester <ll at lpl.pm> wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 10, 2016 at 1:15 AM, Tim and Alison Bentley
> <Home at trarbentley.net> wrote:
>> 5. Remove any references to versions of OpenLP in the manual.
>> There are some places in the manual that still say 2.2 and some mention
>> 2.4. Let's get rid of them.
> I am starting to edit the OpenLP Manual files, and I see it's not just a
> matter of deleting all instances of "2.2" and "2.4". For example, there is
> Since the OpenLP 2.2 release, new versions of OpenLP always ask if a backup
> should be made of the data on the first run.
> I propose this now read:
> New versions of OpenLP always ask if a backup should be made of the data on
> the first run.
> It's obvious the last sentence in this section should be deleted:
> Projector Manager
> The Projector Manager allows you to remotely control a network-connected
> projector that conforms to the Japan Business Machine and Information System
> Association (JBMIA) PJLink specification. Available in OpenLP v2.2.
> But should I also change "Projector Manager" to "Projectors" along with the
> other changes to be made in the interface?
> It seems this section:
> OpenLP 2.4 supports Ubuntu 14.04 or later versions. There is currently an
> older version of OpenLP available in the official Ubuntu repositories, which
> can be found using the Software Center, but to get OpenLP 2.4 it is
> necessary to add the OpenLP Personal Package Archive (PPA) to your system.
> should be changed to:
> The current version of OpenLP supports Ubuntu 14.04 or later versions. There
> may be an older version of OpenLP available in the official Ubuntu
> repositories, which can be found using the Software Center, but to get the
> most recent versions of OpenLP it is necessary to add the OpenLP Personal
> Package Archive (PPA) to your system.
> This section raises a different kind of problem:
> Find the OpenLP 2.4 folder in your Start menu. Choose the "OpenLP (Debug)"
> Will you be changing the Windows installation so the above will just say
> The FAQs have a number of version-specific questions, but I think I can
> handle most of them. Some of them should be deleted at a later date.
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