On Fri, Mar 26, 2010 at 09:48:15AM -0400, John J. McDonough wrote:
On Thu, 2010-03-25 at 15:16 -0400, Paul W. Frields wrote:
> I'm not quite understanding what you're observing because when you say
> "appears" and "disappears" I don't know what you're
looking at. I'll
> get with you on IRC and once I get a clue, I'll report back!
Copying this direct too because I don't know whether the images will
make it to the list.
Generally you should post attachments like this to your
space (or some other web-accessible location), and
put the URL in your email. Some people will have a hard time with the
attachments, and others with the mail bloat, otherwise.
yelp-initial shows yelp (F12) as it typically looks.
yelp-norn shows yelp when fedora-release-notes and about-fedora have
been hidden from yelp.
The categories that show on the right that do not appear on the left are
all categories containing no documents, which may explain why they do
not appear on the left. Apparently that list on the right just fills up
space if there is nothing else to show there.
Whether or not f-r-n is installed, all the other documentation seems to
be displayable, so it looks as if I was simply confused about what was
happening, which also means I need to ask Shaun to clarify his question.
Ah, and I see what's happening on my system and why it's different
now. I have gnome-user-docs and gnome-devel-docs, for instance,
installed on my system, so it looks different:
[paul@scarlett ~]$ rpm -qa yelp fedora-release-notes gnome\*docs\*
That's why I was so surprised to hear about this "default" listing!
Perhaps gnome-user-docs was removed from the default Desktop Live CD
in a previous release, for space reasons. With the new, larger
Desktop Live image, I'm hoping that's no longer the case.
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