On Sunday, October 24, 2004, at 01:21 AM, steven yi wrote:
> Hi Paris and All,
> I went ahead and made the change to the documentation to open the
> user's browser. I also took out the JavaHelp library from blue, which
> should cut down the download size a little bit.
> Paris wrote:
>> as an osx user, this sounds great to me.
>> On Friday, October 22, 2004, at 05:42 PM, steven yi wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> As there's been issues with the documentation and OSX, and
>>> considering that Java's help system doesn't really render HTML very
>>> well IMO, I was thinking of getting rid of the JavaHelp HTML version
>>> and using plain HTML. The idea is to move everything into a
>>> blue/documentation folder and in blue, when opening help, to just
>>> launch a browser. The benefit is that you could also open the
>>> documentation outside of blue as well. The end-user experience I
>>> imagine would be a lot better on the whole too.
>>> As for format, I was thinking of doing it in frames, similar to how
>>> I have it on the web at
>>> http://csounds.com/stevenyi/blue/blueDocs/index.html , but cleaned
>>> up to look a bit better than it does now. I'd also be able to keep
>>> a web version of the manual and the one bundled with blue in sync if
>>> I moved to using HTML only.
>>> Any thoughts on this?
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