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Wed Apr 14 18:25:54 CEST 2010
On 14 April 2010 02:19, Reinhard Kotucha <reinhard.kotucha at web.de> wrote:
> On 14 April 2010 Paul A Norman wrote:
> > I'm getting a bit hopeful here ...
> > >> AFAIK, Qt can in principal display HTML (e.g. inside a label, text edit,
> > >> etc.). This is currently not exposed to the scripts. However, I don't
> > >> think it would be of much use as there is no easy way to communicate
> > >> with the html objects. So you could design a nice interface, but you
> > >> wouldn't get any of the user's input. But I'll have to look into this a
> > >> little more, maybe there is a way.
> > >>
> > >I had some idea there was some sort of Qt HTML module mentioned once
> > >- but I know absolutely nothing about it - found this on a search
> > >today
> > http://doc.trolltech.com/4.4/qtwebkit.html
> > I can see how this could possibly give us a
> > 1. really good detailed internal help system for packages
> > and commands
> A help system is certainly appreciated. I think that if people ask
> for documentation about a particular package, texdoc should be used,
> but if they don't know which package supports what they need, it's
> quite helpful to have an interface to Robin's FAQ.
> I'm sure that making Qt's HTML module available to the scripting
> engines would be a great step forward.
I also think that such an integrated web help would be a fantastic
addition, and not only for newbies. As for texdoc, I see no reason
why such a help system could not use it to open relevant PDF
documentation in TW's integrated viewer.
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