On Mon, Nov 30, 2009 at 00:54, Rahul Sundaram <sundaram@fedoraproject.org> wrote:
On 11/29/2009 07:55 PM, Brian R. Murphy wrote:
> Sorry to bother you personally, but you seem to be responsible for the
> FAQ, and there is no "feedback" link for the Fedora documentation page.
>  I don't really think this question should be in the FAQ; I think it
> should just be fixed.  But if not, perhaps you can add this question
> (along with some answer) to the FAQ:
>     * Why do you make it so hard to download Fedora documentation?
> I would like to download the Fedora 12 documentation for off-line
> reference while I'm upgrading.
> Unfortunately, the documentation page
> at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/ has a "clever" UI with select menus
> that trigger navigations themselves (rather than a separate go/download
> button), making it very arduous to "save as" the result.  There also
> doesn't seem to be any way to just grab the latest bunch (or even a
> single one).  There's not even a way to "save as" the PDF links, and
> some quirky browsers (like the one I have at work) don't handle PDF
> files too well directly.  While it wouldn't be as pretty, a simple file
> listing would be far more useful.  If you're going to pretty it up,
> please don't screw up basic usability.

http://docs.fedoraproject.org/ - Select PDF which is the third option
and Language.


What format are you looking at saving the files?  We provide html, html-single, and PDF.  If you want to save the html-single it's simple enough to select the appropriate file and language and then save-as once the page loads.  PDFs generally download on demand.