Links to useful posts and documentation

Job one is installing the Miditzer and getting it configured
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Re: Links to useful posts and documentation

Post by WERSI-Tifoso » Fri Jan 07, 2011 1:44 am

Graham,

although I can open .chm docs friends to whom I recommended Your document, report "severe" problems: they have virus scanner alerts! :shock:

I very much would like to recommend to publish the document in .pdf format, which I think is quite universal. ;)

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Re: Links to useful posts and documentation

Post by moonskin » Fri Jan 07, 2011 6:49 am

If I do this as a pdf if bloats to 1.5 Mb. As html it is 660k so I've attached a zipped folder with the document in html. Just unzip and open the html file in your browser.
Miditzer HTML help.zip
Is it worthwhile putting (updated) installation instructions in this document as well so it becomes an "Installing and setting up Miditzer" guide?
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Re: Links to useful posts and documentation

Post by WERSI-Tifoso » Fri Jan 07, 2011 8:30 am

Thanks!
Remembering my start into the adventure of discovering Miditzer I would consider the compilation of such a complete document ( for downloading reasons probably in two parts) commendable. IMHO all beginners would appreciate it. Don´t they want music instead of midi? ;)

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Re: Links to useful posts and documentation

Post by greenfox » Tue Jan 11, 2011 6:02 am

Hi Graham

All the best with your recovery.

This looks like great documentation that could actually be incorporated in the install package.

Would the images be a smaller file size and better quality if in .PNG format?

I can offer the source document of the MIDI and MIDI-OX information if you would like.

(I am stuck in Hervey Bay and unable to get home due to flooded roads. The flooding around Brisbane and about to hit in the next few days is predicted to be worse that has ever occurred before.)

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Re: Links to useful posts and documentation

Post by moonskin » Tue Jan 11, 2011 6:56 am

Hi Rick

The news from up north is really distressing. I hope it's not too bad for you.

(for those who haven't heard - three quarters of Queensland has been declared a disaster area - QLD is around 4 times the area of California. In some places the water has risen so fast that they have called them inland tsunamis. Whole towns have been washed away.)
This looks like great documentation that could actually be incorporated in the install package.
I would be reluctant to do this because of the size increase in the download, especially when the HD version get publically released.

However, if we could put together some sort of compressed documentation package that was downloadable that could be worthwhile.

I'll take you up on the offer of the source for your work and we might be able to put it all together along with a "hints and tips" section - at least I hope we can.

I'll do some research into compressed pdf and some up to date help systems (other than chm ;)

Again - take care and keep in touch (and dry if you can).
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Re: Links to useful posts and documentation

Post by Electron » Mon Dec 05, 2011 2:37 pm

Would a pdf be better? Or I could leave it as a series of HTML pages. What do people think?
It would certainly be easier for some of us in PDF Graham so it can be printed off as a very handy reference work.

Can't thank you guys enough for the work you put in.

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