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Re: "About Fedora" menu entry

On 3/8/06, Arthur Pemberton <pemboa gmail com> wrote:
On 3/8/06, Rahul Sundaram < sundaram fedoraproject org> wrote:
Arthur Pemberton wrote:
>Fair enough. I had to check my install to verify that the links were
>actually there. I think that being there is good, however, I doubt the
>wisdom in their location. I have installed FC serveral times, and have never
>noticed those links. As much as the target audience for Fedora Core may not
>be average users, I disaggree that putting them in one browser is the best
See this. https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=184367

Okay. However, it seems to me that putting these in one (maybe one for each DE) would be easier than putting these in each browser, however, I am not the one doing the work. Thanks to whom ever took up the tasks. 

>To phrase this differently: niether 'Help' nor 'Home' (in FC5Test3 / KDE)
>took me to anywhere I could get immediate help for Fedora.
>I've always found the "Welcome to Windows" window extremely annoying, but I
>would imagine that the ability to easily access similiar information would
>be helpful in any OS.
The help integration with other Fedora documentation is not complete
yet. Check the above enhancement report for more details.



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I  personally like the idea of  "About Fedora" to  include links and helpful info.

I carry my bookmarks.html from box to box and rebuild to rebuild so whatever someone else puts there gets wiped out :)

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