Also, with Andrew Pitonyak working on an update to his "Macros
Explained" book, putting a lot of effort into advanced macros info in
another form seems to be misplaced effort -- unless of course there is
someone who has the knowledge and time to do it. What would be good
IMO is some specific usage examples for particular target audiences.
But again, there's no one to do it.
On Mon, Sep 5, 2011 at 21:08, Jean Weber <email@example.com> wrote:
On Mon, Sep 5, 2011 at 21:01, Tom Davies <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
There has been some discussion about a power-users guide in here about a month
ago. It stalled when a few of us argued that the macro chapters that are
already in the guides should stay there even tho it edges into the realms of
power-users. There is no reason why such chapters couldn't be in more than one
The macros info in the existing guides is aimed quite properly at beginners.
Macros, while an important topic for a power users guide, are not the
main topic IMO.
The power users guide did not stall over macros; David is planning to
work on it (or some of it), and no one else seems to be available at
this time to work on any of it.
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