Commit f933accf authored by Dan Mueth's avatar Dan Mueth Committed by Dan Mueth

reviewed by: Pavel Cisler <pavel@eazel.com>

2001-02-22  Dan Mueth  <dan@eazel.com>

        reviewed by: Pavel Cisler <pavel@eazel.com>

        Generally, I removed old cruft, added COPYING-DOCS, added
        a new HTML doc (nautilus-quick-reference), and updated
        the build stuff and spec file as necessary.

        * COPYING-DOCS: This is the GNU FDL, similar to COPYING.  It
          should be installed with all modules with FDL'd docs.
        * Makefile.am: Added COPYING-DOCS to EXTRA_DIST
        * configure.in: Added nautilus-quick-reference
        * help/Makefile.am: Added nautilus-quick-reference
        * help/htmldocs.make: Created this file.  This is the makefile
          to suck in for html docs.  Be sure to use index.html as
          your primary HTML file and put PNG images into figures/

        This stuff is Vera's new Nautilus Quick Reference doc in HTML
        format. <vera@eazel.com>  I purposefully left out two screenshots
        with the Eazel logo in them.
        * help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/Makefile.am: added
        * help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/colors_small.png: added
        * help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/emblems_small.png: added
        * help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/ff_small.png:
        * help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/find_small.png:
        * help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/locbar_small.png:
        * help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/menubar_small.png:
        * help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/music_small.png:
        * help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/sidebar_small.png:
        * help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/softcat.png:
        * help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/storage.png:
        * help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/themes_small.png:
        * help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/index.html:
        * help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/nautilus-quick-reference-C.omf:
        * help/nautilus-quick-reference/Makefile.am:
        * help/nautilus-user-manual/C/nautilus-user-manual-C.omf: Updated
        * nautilus.spec.in: Added OMF files, Quick Ref, and COPYING-DOCS

        Removed this old stuff:
        * user-guide/C/Makefile.am:
        * user-guide/C/html/license.html:
        * user-guide/C/img/custicon.png:
        * user-guide/C/img/full.png: removed
        * user-guide/C/img/locbar.png:
        * user-guide/C/img/player.png:
        * user-guide/C/img/prefmenu.png:
        * user-guide/C/img/sidebar.png:
        * user-guide/C/img/viewmenu.png:
        * user-guide/C/nautilus-C.omf:
        * user-guide/C/sgml/nautilus.sgml:

        Added this notice so people don't add stuff in user-guide/
        * user-guide/NOTICE:
parent 72fa05a7
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2001-02-22 Dan Mueth <dan@eazel.com>
reviewed by: Pavel Cisler <pavel@eazel.com>
Generally, I removed old cruft, added COPYING-DOCS, added
a new HTML doc (nautilus-quick-reference), and updated
the build stuff and spec file as necessary.
* COPYING-DOCS: This is the GNU FDL, similar to COPYING. It
should be installed with all modules with FDL'd docs.
* Makefile.am: Added COPYING-DOCS to EXTRA_DIST
* configure.in: Added nautilus-quick-reference
* help/Makefile.am: Added nautilus-quick-reference
* help/htmldocs.make: Created this file. This is the makefile
to suck in for html docs. Be sure to use index.html as
your primary HTML file and put PNG images into figures/
This stuff is Vera's new Nautilus Quick Reference doc in HTML
format. <vera@eazel.com> I purposefully left out two screenshots
with the Eazel logo in them.
* help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/Makefile.am: added
* help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/colors_small.png: added
* help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/emblems_small.png: added
* help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/ff_small.png:
* help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/find_small.png:
* help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/locbar_small.png:
* help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/menubar_small.png:
* help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/music_small.png:
* help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/sidebar_small.png:
* help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/softcat.png:
* help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/storage.png:
* help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/figures/themes_small.png:
* help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/index.html:
* help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/nautilus-quick-reference-C.omf:
* help/nautilus-quick-reference/Makefile.am:
* help/nautilus-user-manual/C/nautilus-user-manual-C.omf: Updated
* nautilus.spec.in: Added OMF files, Quick Ref, and COPYING-DOCS
Removed this old stuff:
* user-guide/C/Makefile.am:
* user-guide/C/html/license.html:
* user-guide/C/img/custicon.png:
* user-guide/C/img/full.png: removed
* user-guide/C/img/locbar.png:
* user-guide/C/img/player.png:
* user-guide/C/img/prefmenu.png:
* user-guide/C/img/sidebar.png:
* user-guide/C/img/viewmenu.png:
* user-guide/C/nautilus-C.omf:
* user-guide/C/sgml/nautilus.sgml:
Added this notice so people don't add stuff in user-guide/
* user-guide/NOTICE:
2001-02-22 Gene Z. Ragan <gzr@eazel.com>
reviewed by: Pavel Cisler <pavel@eazel.com>
......@@ -22,6 +76,7 @@
(add_one_path_list):
Return a path, not a URI.
>>>>>>> 1.3873
2001-02-22 Arlo Rose <arlo@eazel.com>
* icons/hand.png:
......
......@@ -33,6 +33,7 @@ SUBDIRS = \
EXTRA_DIST= \
COPYING.LIB \
COPYING-DOCS \
RPMs-README \
HACKING \
MAINTAINERS \
......
......@@ -885,6 +885,8 @@ user-guide/gnugpl/Makefile
help/Makefile
help/nautilus-user-manual/Makefile
help/nautilus-user-manual/C/Makefile
help/nautilus-quick-reference/Makefile
help/nautilus-quick-reference/C/Makefile
applets/Makefile
applets/launcher/Makefile
applets/preferences-applet/Makefile
......
SUBDIRS = nautilus-user-manual
SUBDIRS = nautilus-user-manual nautilus-quick-reference
helpdir = $(datadir)/gnome/help/$(docname)/$(lang)
#Scrollkeeper related stuff
omf_dir=$(top_srcdir)/omf-install
EXTRA_DIST = $(htmls) $(omffiles) $(figs)
all: omf
omf: $(omffiles)
-for omffile in $(omffiles); do \
scrollkeeper-preinstall $(DESTDIR)$(helpdir)/index.html $$omffile $(omf_dir)/$$omffile; \
done
app-dist-hook:
-$(mkinstalldirs) $(distdir)/figures
-cp $(srcdir)/$(docname)/*.html $(distdir)/$(docname)
-cp $(srcdir)/$(docname)/*.png $(distdir)/$(docname)
-cp $(srcdir)/$(docname)/*.css $(distdir)/$(docname)
-cp $(srcdir)/figures/*.png $(distdir)/figures
install-data-am:
-$(mkinstalldirs) $(DESTDIR)$(helpdir)/figures
-for file in $(srcdir)/*.html; do \
basefile=`echo $$file | sed -e 's,^.*/,,'`; \
$(INSTALL_DATA) $$file $(DESTDIR)$(helpdir)/$$basefile; \
done
-for file in $(srcdir)/figures/*.png; do \
basefile=`echo $$file | sed -e 's,^.*/,,'`; \
$(INSTALL_DATA) $$file $(DESTDIR)$(helpdir)/figures/$$basefile; \
done
figs = \
figures/colors_small.png \
figures/find_small.png \
figures/music_small.png \
figures/storage.png \
figures/emblems_small.png \
figures/locbar_small.png \
figures/sidebar_small.png \
figures/themes_small.png \
figures/ff_small.png \
figures/menubar_small.png \
figures/softcat.png
htmls = \
index.html
docname = nautilus-quick-reference
lang = C
omffiles=nautilus-quick-reference-C.omf
include $(top_srcdir)/help/htmldocs.make
dist-hook: app-dist-hook
<HTML>
<HEAD>
<title>Nautilus Quick Reference</title>
</HEAD>
<BODY BGCOLOR="#ffffff">
<H1 align="center"><font size=7>Nautilus Quick Reference</font></H1>
<br><br>
<table frame="border" border="1" rules="all" cellpadding="8">
<tr>
<td><img src="figures/full_small.png"></td>
<td>
<b>The Nautilus Window</b><br><br>
Nautilus provides an easy way to view, manage, and customize your own files and
folders, as well as browse the Web and access LAN directories. Nautilus is the
window to your network user environment. It integrates your access to
files, applications, media, Internet-based resources, and the Web.
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="center"><img src="figures/menubar_small.png"></td>
<td>
<b>Menus</b><br><br>
The eight menus contain options for most file and folder management tasks, and
let you personalize your view of your views.<br><br>
The Preferences menu, represented by the symbol to the right of the Help
menu, lets you choose your level of Linux and GNOME experience. </td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="center"><img src="figures/navbar_small.png"></td>
<td>
<b>Tool Bar</b><br><br>
The tool bar gives you one-click browsing and searching of your computer's
directories, as well as locations on the Web. <br><br>
Click the Services button for quick access to Easel Services, a suite of services specially
designed to address the needs of Linux users.
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="center"><img src="figures/locbar_small.png"></td>
<td>
<b>Location Bar</b><br><br>
Use the location bar to enter path names, URLs, or other types of
addresses.<br><br>
The pop-up menu on the right end of the bar lets you choose different views -
for instance, view as icons or as a list.<br><br>
Click the plus and minus signs to enlarge or reduce icons in any view. Click
the magnifying glass to return to normal size. (If you've changed your theme,
the magnifying glass may be replaced by a different symbol.)
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="center"><img src="figures/find_small.png"></td>
<td>
<b>Find and Search</b><br><br>
Nautilus includes Medusa, a search daemon that indexes the content of all
files and folders on your computer's hard disk. Medusa conducts its indexing in
the background when your computer is idle.<br><br>To turn on Medusa, open a
terminal window and type this command at the Linux command line: medusa-searchd
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="center"><img src="figures/sidebar_small.png"></td>
<td><b>Sidebar </b><br><br>
The sidebar displays information about the current file or folder. Each of the
four tabs at the bottom of the sidebar provide additional information or
help:<br><br>
<li>The Tree tab displays the Tree - a hierarchical view of your computer's
organization of folders and files<br><br>
<li>The History tab lists the pathnames or addresses of locations you
have previously visited<br><br>
<li>The Help tab gives you quick access to all information resources - manuals,
GNOME info pages, Linux man pages, and more<br><br>
<li>The Notes tab provides a space where you can jot notes about the current
folder, create "to do" lists, record status, and so forth
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td align="center"><img src="figures/ff_small.png"></td>
<td><b>Files, Folders, and Views</b><br><br>
The pop-up menu on the Location bar lists the available views. You can view
your files and folders as icons or as a list, and there are special views
available for specific file types. For instance, try View as Music for your
MP3 files.<br><br>
<li>In list view, click the column heads to re-order the items.<br><br>
<li>In icon view, open the Edit menu and choose Lay Out Items to see the
options for arranging the icons.<br><br>
<li>In any view, trying zooming in and out. Zooming in on text files reveals more of their contents.
Image files are represented as thumbnails, so you know at a glance which file contains which
image.<br><br>
<li>In icon view, you can enlarge (stretch) individual icons. For instance,
enlarge the icon for a folder you frequently need to find. Select the folder's
icon, open the Edit menu, choose Stretch Icon, and use the "handles" to stretch
the icon. (Left-click outside the icon when you're done stretching.)<br><br>
To duplicate, rename, or delete a file or folder, right-click to item and
choose from the pop-up context menu, or open the File menu and choose the
option you want.
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<td><b>Music Files and Folders</b><br><br>
If you have a lot of MP3 files, Nautilus offers some features designed
expressly for you. View as Music lets you organize your music files in a way
that's best suited for music, rather than making you try to adapt views
designed for text.<br><br>
To see the special features, go to one of your folders containing MP3 files.
Open the pop-up menu at the right of the Location bar, and choose View as
Music.<br><br>
The View as Music option presents your music folders as albums. You see a
listing of titles, artists, playing times, and bit rates. Use the player at the
bottom of the window to play your tunes, or simply mouse over a file to preview
it.<br><br>
The Set Cover Image button lets you choose a special icon for each of your
music folders.
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<td><b>Themes</b><br><br>
You can change the look of the Nautilus window by choosing a new Theme.
<br><br>Open
the Edit menu and choose Themes; then select the theme you want to use. You
can also add new themes.
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<td><b>Customizing Backgrounds</b><br><br>
A drag-and-drop dialog box lets you apply patterned backgrounds, colors, and
emblems to objects in the Nautilus window. For instance, you can choose a
special background pattern for the sidebar to display each time you open a
particular folder.
<br><br>Open the Edit menu and choose Backgrounds and Colors,
click Backgrounds, Colors, or Emblems, and drag and drop to create the look
you want.
<br><br>For example, to customize the sidebar view of a particular folder,
drag a background or color tile to the sidebar while the folder's icon is
displayed there.
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<td><b>Customizing icons</b><br><br>
There are several ways to customize icons:<br><br>
<li>Attach emblems to files and folder simply by
dragging them. Open the Edit menu, choose Backgrounds and Emblems, click
Emblems, and then drag an emblem to an icon.<br><br>
<li>Right-click a file or folder to see its Properties dialog. The
Properties dialog lets you choose emblems, apply a custom icon, change the
file or folder name, and edit permissions.<br><br>
<li>Open the Edit menu and choose Icon Captions. The Icon Captions dialog box
lets you specify three lines of information that will appear in all icon
captions in addition to the file or folder name.<br><br>
<li>To give a file or folder a custom icon, select the item so it is displayed in the sidebar. Then drag any
image to the item in the sidebar. For instance, if you have a folder containing
MP3 versions of Beatles music, you replace the folder's generic folder icon
with a picture of the Beatles.<br><br>
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<td><b>Online storage</b><br><br>
Store files online and access them through the Nautilus window or from any other browser. Eazel's <a href="http://services.eazel.com/storage/info">free
online storage</a> lets you back up important files in a private folder, and
share your work with others in a public folder. You can access your online
files from your desktop or from any computer. Share files with friends
and coworkers, securely back up documents, and use any platform to retrieve
stored files.
<a href="eazel-services://anonymous/account/register/form">Register</a> now and
get 25MB of online storage space free. </td>
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<td><b>Software catalog</b><br><br>
The <a href="http://services.eazel.com/catalog/info">Eazel Software Catalog</a>
is a searchable and browsable collection of popular Linux applications and
other software. Use Nautilus and the integrated Eazel Installer to download and
install a software package, and all its required libararies and other
additional files, in a single click. </td> </tr>
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