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Kaasper
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Just thought it would be a interesting subject to know what kinda documentation people in general prefer. If you prefer that the item has an html, txt, pdf or more than one type of them?

Personally I really like PDF ’s, because it makes easyer to style propery, the only downside to this is that the person downloading the item might not have an pdf reader installed. For smaller items I like .txt’s, as they’re quick and will be avalible for everyone.

What do you guys/girls prefer? :)

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ThemesDepot
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I would like to replace the html documentation of our themes with a pdf version but i’m not sure, what are recommended tools to build a pdf documentatio n?

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sevenspark
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By using HTML docs and placing them online it becomes very easy to direct users to solutions when they ask.

You can also check out http://themeforest.revaxarts.com/documenter/

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revaxarts
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You could use my documenter for html documentations ;)

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By using HTML docs and placing them online it becomes very easy to direct users to solutions when they ask. You can also check out http://themeforest.revaxarts.com/documenter/

uuh faster..

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