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RE: lilypond ./ChangeLog Documentation/bibliography...

From: Carl D. Sorensen
Subject: RE: lilypond ./ChangeLog Documentation/bibliography...
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2005 13:56:48 -0600

I feel no need to restrict the width of the text.  I can easily control
it by changing the width of my window.  I prefer the "old" html which
governed content, not screen display, to the new html.

As it was in 2.6.0, the html pages are very configurable for me.  I
recommend leaving it that way.

Carl Sorensen

-----Original Message-----
From: Heikki Junes [mailto:address@hidden 
Sent: Thursday, July 21, 2005 11:44 AM
To: Stephen
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: lilypond ./ChangeLog Documentation/bibliography...

Stephen wrote:

> Even in the documentation, the blank line between paragraphs, which 
> you do not see in a news column, and the frequent examples prevent the

> columns of text from getting too tall, making it easier not to mistake

> which line we are on.
> Although I like pages that flow into the entire browser window I have,

> because it reduces the amount of scrolling needed to read each page.
> Stephen

These are good points.

The main pages look better when they span over full screen. But I would
still like to restrict the width of the manual pages: If the width of
the rendered examples is fixed to 671px or less, it make it easier to
follow the text&examples if the width of the text is not much larger
than the width of the examples, so that the text is close to the example
in hand.


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