Manual inventory 2019: What needs updating.
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This is a task pertaining things that need updating in the Manual from January 2019 onwards.

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Simple: The changes required are very simple and require no knowledge of Krita.
Intermediate: The changes require some knowledge of Krita or drawing programs in general.
Technical: The changes require technical knowledge of Krita and might need someone to dive into the code.
Project: The time required by these changes is a lot.

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woltherav updated the task description. (Show Details)Jan 15 2019, 2:23 PM

On the main page all I see is download in epub.
"You can download this manual as an epub here."
Since things are being built with sphinx now, a download link for a zip archive with loose html for the docs is still missing.
Normally when user updates version, they sometimes grab the offline manual with it. For example if offline or a portable version such as on a thumb drive.
This would probably be built with the buildbot or manually triggered upon release etc for a version.

Yes, if people want that, they can download the epub. Our userbase is typically not technical enough to know what to do with a zip of html files, if they are they would know that an epub is a zip with xhtml files, which is basically the same thing.

Fair enough. Not sure right at this moment, but I would guess PyQt should be able to load an *.epub into a simple doc view/docker without extra libraries. Unless somebody else has already written a docs plugin...