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  • Improving Online Documentation

    Posted by Uwe Smidt on June 16, 2022 at 8:20 am
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    The Omnis Online Documentation provides a wealth of well-written information, and I understand that a web-based system is easier to maintain and update as opposed to a PDF-based one.


    But I am missing some features that a PDF-based system would offer:

    – bookmarks (not in my browser’s bookmark system, but within the online documentation site)

    – highlighting & annotations

    – commenting a documentation entry or suggesting an improvement

    – better search functionality:

    – a hit list (as opposed to having to go through all the navigation tree)

    – more powerful search with logical operators, wildcards etc, searching for literals (e.g. “Code Class”)

    – a history list of search entries (if my search yields no hits I have to retype all over again)


    Or is there a possibility to create a PDF from the current Online Documentation?


    Best regards


    Uwe Smidt replied 1 year, 8 months ago 1 Member · 0 Replies
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