Updating some GNOME 3.32 user documentation

 2 months ago
source link: https://blogs.gnome.org/aklapper/2019/03/28/gnome-3-32-user-docs/
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Updating some GNOME 3.32 user documentation

Apart from replacing many broken links to git.gnome.org or replacing links to GNOME Bugzilla with links to GNOME Gitlab in many code repositories and wiki pages, in the last months I spent some good time updating random GNOME user docs all over the place:

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  • The user docs for Rhythmbox 3.4.3, GNOME Chess 3.32, five-or-more 3.32 and four-in-a-row 3.32 should be up-to-date.
  • The Totem 3.32 user documentation is up-to-date and now in Mallard format, based on work started in 2013 by Magda and Kat.
  • The screenshots in the user help of gnome-klotski, simple-scan, swell-foop, tali, and zenity are up-to-date.
  • Updated hopefully all places which mentioned an application menu now replaced by a menu button.
  • Removed a bunch of unused help images from some repositories shipped for no reason and bloating tarballs.

Enjoy and check the GNOME Wiki if you are interested in working on user documentation!

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