User guide for 0.8.0

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2006-05-08
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  • Matthew Gates

    Matthew Gates - 2006-05-08

    The draft user guide is about done. I still need to proof read it before I post it on sourceforge, but until then it can be found on my site:

    http://porpoisehead.net/mysw/downloads/stellarium_user_guide-0.8.0-1.pdf

    I'd be grateful for any feedback / corrections.

    For the translators I have a changelog from the 0.7.1 guide which can be found here:

    http://porpoisehead.net/mysw/downloads/guide_changelog-0.7-to-0.8.txt

    CVS will be updated shortly.

     
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      Hi Matthew,
      just for file, would it be possible to know the differencies between the 0.7.1 guide and the new one released without reading all the document?
      Thanks
      Paolo

       
    • Matthew Gates

      Matthew Gates - 2006-05-09

      The link I posted above does just that (the link to guide_changelog-0.7-to-0.8.txt).

       
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      May be I'm missing something as all the time I try to enter that link I get "impossible to reach that page" try to open "porpoisehead.net" and than find the page, but no way.
      Any help?
      Paolo

       
      • Matthew Gates

        Matthew Gates - 2006-05-10

        Oh dear!

        When Sourceforge tries to make hyperlinks from form posts it seems to mess up quite a lot (the link stops at the first _ or many other characters, which are perfectly legal in URLs).

        You have two options:

        1. Try this new, shorter url with no _ characters in it:

        http://porpoisehead.net/mysw/080changes

        1. For other forum post links that don't work, try copy-pasting the whole link to the location bar instead of clicking directly on it.

        Matthew

         
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      Now I got it.
      sorry Matthew for my time consuming request
      Paolo

       


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