[Sugar-devel] RFC:Simple Help widget for activities
manuq at laptop.org
Sat Mar 17 14:38:10 EDT 2012
El día 15 de marzo de 2012 10:48, Pablo Flores <pflores2 at gmail.com> escribió:
>> For B. either mallard (like GNOME does) or a wiki page can be used.
>> We can add a shortcut in the activities to open them.
> IIUC it would be a button that would open Browse with the activity's help
> pages, right? I like this idea. In this case, there should be for every
> activity a core documentation that keeps maintained and can be installed
> (for having help even being offline... and for being sure the documentation
> corresponds with the version of the activity and sugar that's being used).
> If we're going this way, having the wiki pages of activities updated would
> be a high priority when it comes to Sugar documentation (to be considered
> for the April's documentation sprint participants). It would also require
> this documentation to be updated every time a new version of the activity is
> developed with changes to the user experience (to be considered in the
> development cycles).
Yeah, also see mallard, GNOME apps use that:
> BTW I'm afraid jumping into the browser when looking for help may be
> confusing for unexperienced users, but I don't have a proposed solution for
> this :(
We should come with a real solution for opening one activity from
inside another, in a way that is not disturbing for the little user.
That is, we should ensure that she/he _wants_ to do it.
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