[texworks] TUG front page
Paul A Norman
paul.a.norman at gmail.com
Tue Sep 6 00:19:27 CEST 2011
On 6 September 2011 08:19, BPJ <bpj at melroch.se> wrote:
> On 2011-09-05 14:51, Arno Trautmann wrote:
>> sigmundv at gmail.com wrote:
>>> This is a great topic brought up here. TeXworks is definitely
>>> mature enough
>>> that we can focus more on communication towards laypeople.
>>> As Paul says it could and should be made more clear what Tw is,
>>> what it does
>>> and what the prerequisites are.
>> Maybe a small graphical representation might help here? People
>> nowadays are not used to reading lots of text about topics they
>> don't know, they want the most important information at one
>> glance. I'm not quite sure, though, how that might look like, but
>> maybe one of you has a good idea?
> A couple of headings "How to use TeXworks" and "What
> you need to get started" each followed by a short list
> of one-line items before the lots of text, and each
> being a link into the text, should cater for that
> without need for graphics. Screenshots of GUIs are so
> uninformative anyway -- at least usually due to being
> too small, and if they're large they disturb the text.
Wow that sounds close to a draft outline ;-)
Is there anything in Alain and Stefan's manual efforts that is readily
> /bpj -- father of kids who still can read the whole set
> of Harry Potter books, unillustrated, with the right
> motivation, thankfully!
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