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From Dave Fisher <>
Subject Re: [www][announce] Beginning the Website DNS Migration in 1 Day
Date Sat, 31 Dec 2011 19:36:07 GMT

On Dec 30, 2011, at 2:26 AM, J├╝rgen Schmidt wrote:

> On Fri, Dec 30, 2011 at 12:43 AM, TJ Frazier <> wrote:
>> On 12/29/2011 18:26, kay.schenk wrote:
>>> On Thu, Dec 29, 2011 at 3:45 AM, TJ Frazier<>  wrote:
>>> On 12/28/2011 23:50, Dave Fisher wrote:
>>>>> On Dec 28, 2011, at 7:19 PM, TJ Frazier wrote:
>>>>> [snip]
>>>> There's some more CSS trouble with the API:
>>>>>> module-ix.html<http://www.****
>>>>>> common/ref/com/sun/star/**module-ix.html<>
>>>>>> All the red has disappeared, and it's needed. The horizontal title
>>>>>> bands
>>>>>> are now blue on blue, and very hard to read.
>>>>> If I am following it properly this is due to background images that have
>>>>> the wrong color.
>>>>> See this css: /api/docs/common/ref/idl.css
>>>>> Look for subtitle. I would suggest we change to pure background colors.
>>>>> What color of red do you want and for which elements. It is easy to
>>>>> play by
>>>>> editing the css.
>>>>> I'm only going by my poor old jelly-ware here. Had I been smarter, I
>>>> would have saved a few screenshots. If you can supply some magic numbers
>>>> for the /etc/hosts file ("Twang your magic twanger, Froggy!"), I'll take
>>>> a
>>>> look at the old api.whatever and report more comprehensively. This may
>>>> have
>>>> to do with anchors: the obscure title in my reference is the target of a
>>>> link at the top of the page. (The link works fine.)
>>>> As for looking at the CSS myself, that's beyond my fu at present. The
>>>> color scheme for API was unique, and IMHO could stand some improvement,
>>>> but
>>>> it's got to /work/. AFAIK, the red was FFFF 0000 0000.
> the css comes originally from the autodoc tool and when i remember it
> correctly I made minor changes to adapt the colors not more. I hope we can
> replace the autodoc tool with another generator that use the type library
> directly instead of parsing the IDL files again. And another tool that can
> parse the UNO C++ runtime better than autodoc. I would love to drop autodoc
> completely.
>>>> /tj/ (who is very tired of fumbling with things he doesn't understand,
>>>> and
>>>> would like to get back to fumbling with things he does understand, but
>>>> that
>>>> involves a lot of API look-up ...)
>>>> Things look fine with the white only background on this now. But... from
>>> the api "home" page at
>>> I don't even see where this particular item is linked in. All the API docs
>>> seem to be on the wiki.
>>> Please examine the second horizontal blue bar. It says, "Nested
>> Modules", in darker blue on lighter blue, if you can read it. The link to
>> it is the first words on about the third line of the page; that, too, is
>> not marked very clearly (as a link). IIRC, these were bolded when they were
>> links, but YMMV. /tj/
> i can't find it either way. The reason is that i have made heavy use of the
> navigation bar on the left side of the old page and have inserted some more
> items there. These are completely missed now. I will rework the content of
> the page asap to bring back some missing links.

I have repaired the missing and improper css.

I think that the api docs are now in good shape.

Tell us about the kinds of special links you had on the Kenai lefthand navigation.


> Juergen

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