On 13/02/2013 14:46, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :) Who can add the other things that are needed?
Can we avoid adding the in-built help now? The Guides are much more
up-to-date even though it's not quite so easy to access them.
As I explained you already the guides are something else and the help
files are being reworked now.
I'm still trying to find anyone that understand xml enough to be able
to work on the originals. Even if they only understand the coding
side and how to work with that then that would be a huge help. The
Docs Team really don't understand the xml side at all but they could
probably work on the contents if they had help with the coding.
Regards from Tom :)
So let others do and please read my mail again explaining the difference
between help files and documentation.
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