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Fri, 15 Jul 2005 15:35:19 +0200
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Bill Denney wrote:
I don't have access to IE (why would I :-) ) so I can't really test it.
Since I'm just messing about, I'll need a bit of pushing before I'll fix
On Sun, 10 Jul 2005, Søren Hauberg wrote:
P.S. This is a little bit related, so I'll mention it here. I wanted
to see how good html documentation could be auto-generated from the
current documentation. I've put my first results online at
http://hauberg.org/octavedoc/audio/doc.html It's far from parfect, but
I haven't spend much time looking at it.
I like the way that this looks. It would be nice to have this
auto-generated and added to the main octave website for each version of
octave (look at perldoc.perl.org for what I think would be a good way to
make it look).
A couple of things about the formatting:
In IE, the main title of the page (i.e. "Audio Processing") is clipped
because it appears that the words are pushed to the left of the margin
(I see half of the u then "dio Processing").
Also in IE, choosing a different page (like choosing "Finance" in the
drop down menu) doesn't move to the page.