On Friday 17 February 2006 15:54, Axel Wernicke wrote:
> Am 17.02.2006 um 21:42 schrieb John R. Culleton:
> > The pdf file for the Gimp Users Manual. Dec 2005 edition does not
> > come with an index.
> This might be true for the dec issue of the english manual but is
> rather a temporarily weakness of the pdf production process ( docbook
> -> (la)tex -> pdf ) then a general problem. The german version I've
> build a couple of days ago has an index.
> > I am thinking of preparing my own (which I
> > will share of course.)
> You want to prepare what? An index or a manual? The first one is
> already done in each docbook chapter. (Well, it *might* be that there
> is room for improvements of course :)
As the subject line implies I am talking about a BOB index. There
is a page for it but no index. So someone needs to run LaTeX or
pdflatex twice to get the index properly included in the pdf file.
If the html version has an index, and the pagination is the same
as the pdf file, I can use that index instead of course.
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