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Documentation and CSS

Thread began 10/18/2011 10:45 am by Jared Lui | Last modified 10/21/2011 2:12 pm by toms016390756 | 689 views | 1 replies |

Jared Lui

Documentation and CSS

Sorry in advance for killing two birds with one post.

I understand that retroactively these requests would not be feasible but would be greatly appreciated going forward especially starting with the new DA3.

1)
Would you please create full and comprehensive documentation in the form of tutorials. There is nothing more frustrating then spending 6+ hours trying to figure out how to use a 3 field dialog to delete a file using the old DFP and it's lack of complete documentation. I hate having to feel like an idiot and read through years of posts or make one myself for something that should be in a tutorial. (that's just a simple example. I know the documentation has been a sore subject for many of us through the years).

2)
Have an option in most or all of the wizards for "No style". There are cases when I do want the functionality of a form or security pages and do not want all of the overhead of styles or themes.

Thanks,
Jared

PS...sorry if number one was kinda snarky. I just know WA can do better. Or they can hire me and I'll do it ;)

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toms016390756

nice requests.



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