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Re: FW: Request for WinWriters documentation credit

From: Irene Vatton <Irene.Vatton@inrialpes.fr>
Date: Fri, 04 Jan 2002 11:30:17 +0100
To: matthew@winwriters.com
Cc: www-amaya-doc@w3.org
Message-Id: <20020104103017.1A271C@maiana.inrialpes.fr>

Hi Matthew and all,

> Hi Irene
> Happy New Year to you!  Thank you very much for adding the WinWriters
> acknowledgement to the two pages that I requested.  We are very pleased with
> it.
> I'm sorry to be a nuisance, but there are still a couple of mistakes on
> http://www.w3.org/Amaya/Actors.html.  Kim Nylander, Kathy Rosen and Michael
> Spinella were responsible for the documentation update, not for the index.

Okay this line about the Index was due to your previous contribution.
I removed it.

> Also, two other names should be added: Kim Cramer, and Lori Caldwell LeDoux.
> On http://www.w3.org/Amaya/User/Manual.html, the following name needs to be
> added:  Lori Caldwell LeDoux.

I added her name in the CVS version.

We fixed a set of errors in the current documentation: broken Math 
some missing links, invalid css values, but we didn't have time to fix a set 
other problems. Do you think you may work on them?

1) In the page Manual.html a large set of links point to the Web server 
instead of
   local files. That's extremelly annoying when users are disconnected.
   I'm surprised because Amaya generates relative links when it's possible. 
Did you
   work with both local and remote files at the same time when you generated 
these links?
   Anyway, could you replace these links to the server by relative links to 
local files?

2) In the initial version of the documentation we generated a div element to
   isolate the part of each page that will be included by the make book command
   and so navigation bars were not collected.
   You omitted to do the same in the current version and the final book 
includes all
   navigation bars.
   Could you fix that?

3) A style attribute is associated to each td element (see subdirectories 
   viewing, etc.). It's not necessary to give a specific width to each cell. 
Browsers are
   able to compute them correctly. It's also not a good idea to repeat each 
time the
   value "border-top:solid 1.5pt;   border-left:none;border-bottom:solid 1.5pt;
   border-right:solid .5pt;   padding:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt".
  I suggest you create a class "description" which will be associated to these 
  and you add a CSS rule ".descrition td {...}" that collects these common CSS 
  What do you think?

That's all for the moment.

Happy New Year to everybody!
Received on Friday, 4 January 2002 05:30:24 UTC

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