[sword-devel] GnomeSword 2.3.1 (Re: 1.5.10 Released)
gwfrancke at gmail.com
Thu Oct 18 13:31:03 MST 2007
Op woensdag 17-10-2007 om 20:36 uur [tijdzone -0700], schreef Troy A.
> I agree with everything DM said, but I'm trying to picture any of our
> 10s of thousands of windows users pulling up a list of genbooks and
> seeing between Calvin's Commentaries and Duke Databank of Papyrii, the
> Gnomesword User's Manual.
> Do you see where I'm a little concerned that it seems out of place?
> I'm sorry Karl, I do think it's cool, and I honestly tried to find an
> email from me on sword-devel in Nov '06 to help me remember my thoughts
> back then, but couldn't find the one you mentioned.
> Regardless, I still think it seems out of place for our end users who
> are looking for Theological Content. Maybe we could have a special
> section for these? Chris' buyin is important on this one, as he is the
> pumpkin holder for all things "SWORD module". (and it lets me pass the
It is non-intuitive to put help/docu in a location that is not directly available.
And it is certainly not the way of most (or even all) GNOME apps. It should stay at the default location in the menu.
Two locations for the docu is just overkill and will create ambiguities.
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