Em 29/04/2016 12:47, toki escreveu:
On 28/04/2016 18:13, Olivier Hallot wrote:
I have set a web site that is able to
display the help pages (
I like the idea.
It is part of
The help online has been loaded with the latest master help contents,
updated just today. What you see there may be a little in advance of the
How frequently will this master list be updated?
At the moment it is manual, although it is perfectly possible to set a
cron job to make it automatic in a period to be defined.
Perhaps more important, when viewing the page, can you include an
indication of when it was last updated and/or which LibO build it is for.
Easy to set the version of LibreOffice. I'll do it.
Asking for that, because using your example, the following is what is
views; maximum size
maximum formula size
formulas; maximum size
Displays the entire formula in the maximum size possible so that all
elements are included. The formula is reduced or enlarged so that all
formula elements can be displayed in the work area. The current zoom
factor is displayed on the status bar. A selection of available zoom
options is accessible through the context menu. The context menu in the
work area also contains zoom commands. The zoom commands and icons are
only available in Math documents, not for embedded Math objects.
If anybody wants a screen shot, I can provide one, but the text in the
quote signs is literally everything displayed on the screen.
This is exactly what is in the master as of yesterday at Change-Id:
And by the way, under Firefox, you can hit Ctrl + u (view source) and
have a tab with the XHP source file.
To get the html rendered by the XSLT, use Firebug or hit Shift F5 to get
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