April 26, 2012

fcrochik fcrochik
Lab Rat
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Wrong link on Doc homepage

 

The “Qt SDK” link on the top of the page goes to

  1. http://doc.qt.nokia.com/nokia-qtsdk-latest/index.html

that gets redirected to

  1. http://doc.qt.nokia.com/nokia-qtsdk-1.0.1/index.html

It is especially bad because the top of the page says Qt 4.8 and the qt sdk 1.0.1 is “old”

BTW, one suggestion: it would be nice if the links for pages outside qt-project.org could have a different color and/or open by default on a new window.

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May 4, 2012

Gurudutt Gurudutt
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fcrochik wrote:
The “Qt SDK” link on the top of the page goes to
  1. http://doc.qt.nokia.com/nokia-qtsdk-latest/index.html

that gets redirected to

  1. http://doc.qt.nokia.com/nokia-qtsdk-1.0.1/index.html

I will take a look at it.

fcrochik wrote:
one suggestion: it would be nice if the links for pages outside qt-project.org could have a different color and/or open by default on a new window.

I will discuss this with our team and if all agree we will take possible action on this suggestion.

Thank you :)

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May 4, 2012

fcrochik fcrochik
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517 posts

It seems that the we have room to improve the documentation content under qt-project.org.

With such great features like the Docmarks and Doc Notes (developer notes) I would like to have all the Qt documentation available under the doc section. It seems that more often than not you hit some link/search that will take you to the nokia web site. For example I couldn’t find qml documentation under qt-project.org.

One more: I don’t if it is just me but having two DOC links on the top of the page that point to two completely different locations is a “little” confusing…

Just to be clear: I think the qt-project.org doc is great! That is the only reason why I would like to never have to leave it to find qt documentation elsewhere :)

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May 10, 2012

Alexandra Alexandra
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fcrochik wrote:
It seems that the we have room to improve the documentation content under qt-project.org.

Absolutely. Lots, actually!

With such great features like the Docmarks and Doc Notes (developer notes) I would like to have all the Qt documentation available under the doc section. It seems that more often than not you hit some link/search that will take you to the nokia web site. For example I couldn’t find qml documentation under qt-project.org.

So do we. We’re currently working on getting the Qt Creator manual into the system, then we need to decide what’s next. Qt Quick sounds like a good candidate, but we haven’t looked into details yet. So no promises, as usual. :P

One more: I don’t if it is just me but having two DOC links on the top of the page that point to two completely different locations is a “little” confusing…

Yes, we know. We have some changes both to the content and design of the site in the pipeline, among other things to address this specific problem.

Just to be clear: I think the qt-project.org doc is great! That is the only reason why I would like to never have to leave it to find qt documentation elsewhere :)

Awwww. I’m flattered. :)

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