[openlp-dev] Editing the Online Manual
suutari.olli at gmail.com
Tue Apr 12 09:38:09 EDT 2016
We are going to rename Projector Manager into Projectors. (So it probably
should be renamed too).
This is going to happen once the branch below is merged.
Same goes for Theme Manager, Service Manager etc.. (Themes, Service)
I believe some smarter men are going to answer the other questions.
Cheers, good work so far!
On 12 April 2016 at 16:07, Ken Roberts <alisonken1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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
> > this:
> > Since the OpenLP 2.2 release, new versions of OpenLP always ask if a
> > 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
> > 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
> > Association (JBMIA) PJLink specification. Available in OpenLP v2.2.
> > But should I also change "Projector Manager" to "Projectors" along with
> > 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,
> > 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
> > should be changed to:
> > The current version of OpenLP supports Ubuntu 14.04 or later versions.
> > may be an older version of OpenLP available in the official Ubuntu
> > repositories, which can be found using the Software Center, but to get
> > 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:
> > Windows
> > ^^^^^^^
> > Find the OpenLP 2.4 folder in your Start menu. Choose the "OpenLP
> > option.
> > Will you be changing the Windows installation so the above will just say
> > "OpenLP"?
> > 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.
> > Lane
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