Ulf-D. Ehlert skreiv:
> Kolbjørn Stuestøl (Wednesday, 01. September 2010)
>> Ulf-D. Ehlert skreiv:
>>> David (Monday, 30. August 2010)
>>>> Images would be better right or left aligned,
>>>> definitely not inline as at present.
>>> I don't see the problem (but that doesn't mean anything...). Can
>>> you provide some examples (e.g. GIMP vs. $OTHER_PROG manual)?
>> Just as in (many) books. The images are mostly placed to the left
>> or right side with the text surrounding it. Often more readable
>> that the way it is set up now.
> Just checked a few books: 4 x images centered, 1 x left aligned,
> but no floating images (where text surrounds the images).
I was a bit fuzzy. What I meant was many books put the (smaller) images
to the right or to the left of the printed side with text to the left or
to the right side and perhaps over and/or beneath the picture. Not
surrounding the image (at all sides) as I wrote. Sorry. So your
observation is correct I think.
>> Well, perhaps a matter pf taste?
> And also a matter of image size?
But --- rewriting the stylesheets are time consuming and I am not sure
it is desirable at the moment.
>> In Windows installing programs are much simpler than in Linux.
> There are several nice GUI programs for package management, so I doubt
> that your statement is (still?) correct. ;-)
>> Mostly you start an installer and that's it. The average Windows
>> user normally do not know how to install packages like in Linux.
> So the problem seems to be that we don't (can't?) provide Windows
> packages. BTW, we also don't provide Linux packages - the various
> Linux distributions do.
> Ulf (late, as usual)
As David sugested: putting (a link to) the existing Win help installer
on the GIMP website will be a good solution? The main question from many
users are: Where to find the downloads I needs? The logical place is at
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