Re: Where's The Gnopernicus Documentation?
- From: Irene Ryan <irene ryan sun com>
- To: Bill Haneman <bill haneman sun com>
- Cc: "John J. Boyer" <director chpi org>, gnome-accessibility-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Where's The Gnopernicus Documentation?
- Date: Thu, 29 May 2003 11:59:47 +0100
I am just starting to work on the Gnopernicus end-user documentation. I
will be adding a chapter on Gnopernicus to the GNOME Accessibility Guide
and the information from the chapter will also be available as online
help when you click on Help in the application and from the GNOME Help
browser (Yelp). I will let you know when there is a reasonable draft
Bill Haneman wrote:
> The README has lots of good information, including a link to the
> gnopernicus web page at:
> That web page is fairly detailed regarding the user interface, I believe
> it's the closest thing to a manual at the moment.
> - Bill
> On Thu, 2003-05-29 at 04:53, John J. Boyer wrote:
> > Where do I find plain text or html versions of the Gnopernicus
> > documentation? Maybe this is a dumb question. Everyone else seems to know
> > which keys to use for screen review, etc. I've downloaded and installed
> > Gnopernicus from CVS, but the only things I can find in the docs directory
> > are in XML. Now that I can use Gnopernicus with my Braille Lite, I need to
> > know what the various abbreviations at the beginning of lines mean. PBT is
> > obviously a pushbutton, MNU must be menu. But what is MIT. Etc.
> > On the bright side, there is of course no difficulty distinguishing
> > capital letters on a braille display.
> > Thanks,
> > John
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