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[filmscanners] Re: VueScan FIY (was: Polaroid's future)

I understand why Ed has gone to html pages for the 'manual'.
Speaking as a former 'Help' author, I know that's it's a
major task to keep a complete conventional Help file
maintained and updated, when changes are occurring all the
time. Obviously it's less important than the program itself,
when you're a one-man show, and you have to prioritise.

Nevertheless I really miss the proper Windows Help file that
we used to get with Vuescan, because you could readily
free-text search the whole lot, and use the full indexing
power of Windows Help. This is not easy to do in the current
html format so far as I can see.

My own solution is to have kept the Help file from Vuescan
7.2.2, on my 'Start Menu' next to 'Vuescan 7.5.5'. This
contains almost everything I need to refer to, and a bit of
intelligence enables me to guess the answer for current


Alan T

----- Original Message -----
From: Op's <martin@wollongong.apana.org.au>
To: <AlanTyson@bknowl.freeserve.co.uk>
Sent: Thursday, March 14, 2002 1:53 AM
Subject: [filmscanners] Re: VueScan FIY (was: Polaroid's

Les Berkley wrote:
> To repeat, VueScan DOES have a manual. Not a great one,
but hey, someone
> tell me about a great software manual!
> Les

Ed has been offered by several on the group to help write a
manual for Vuescan but to no

Maybe because Vuescan is  still in its development stage no
manual would ever be complete.


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