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Marek, Franz and I have been discussing documentation bookmarks, and how they ought to work. I thought I would move that discussion here (so people can feel free to weigh in):
There are other bits of documentation that Marek would like to quickly access (e.g. PyGTK docs).
Install the plugin DocumentationBookmarks, access PyGTK from the menu. (Although in trying this, an error with os.startfile popped up. Lovely (Core related)).
1. You can edit the labels for the 3 documentation items currently in the core. (These can be accessed via shortcuts/the toolbar/the pop up menu).
2. Moving the custom docs into the core, and allowing users to access each item via shortcuts/the toolbar/the pop up menu.
3. Editing Bookmarks so that you can add Doc Bookmakrs directly to the menu, and drpython will be able to load either doc locations, or files/directories.
(When adding a bookmark, there would be a button:
Add Documentation Bookmark, and the bookmark would be stored/loaded slightly differently).
Any other ideas?
The main issues are:
1. How important is this? Should it be in the core, or should this functionality be provided by a plugin?
2. How should you be able to access these documentation items? Just the menu? A submenu? Optional Shortcuts/Pop Up/Toolbar access?
The bug is with the DocumentationBookmarks Plugin.
Should I continue with it, rename it, or integrate it into the core in some fashion?