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The community is a so good source of knowledge...
Now the tutorial english translation is complete and online. BIG thanks to
Alberto Enrique Chávez Guatemala. He made a huge work translating all the contents text and images texts.
Sam Hutchinson has done also a good work translating the text. so i can compare the 2 odt files and choice the better for the final english release. that saves lot of time.
[Can I help you? do you help me?
If you are interested to translate this tutorial into another language, please contact me.
The tutorial is made for that purpose, and would appreciate any help in this regard. I can put at your disposal the source files, both images and vector (SVG) or text. ODT. For now, this tutorial is available at:]
I would like to underand it, but I´not so good in english yet.
I really appreciate the time it took to do something like this
Your hard work is much appreciated!
Yes, it took a looong time to do it,. the most, to simplify the texts, to make funny something that can be intimidating. but hey !its done so thanks for the comments.
Though to be completely honest, it felt a bit overwhelming to read more than 30 pages in one go (I cannot stop once I start something!). It reeeally depends on what do you want to achieve with your tutorials. You see, a 38-page long PDF has some great advantages, such as it is easy to print, store, and easy to re-edit. However I would probably prefer if it was published as an HTML. Webpges are a bit harder to edit and print, but much more friendly and interactive for the reader. For example, if I wanted to jump back to Example 1 from Example 4, it's much easier for em to click webpage links rather than spamming PageUp and PageDown in the PDF, right?
Just my two cents. Other than that, I would probably change a few pages into double-row like you did with GPS: it is easier to follow an example when you have an image side-by-side to it back up without having to scroll up/down. But these are just minor details hahah.
Again, thanks for your GREAT contributions. Your work has been an inspiration for me (and will continue being)... now I only need to get starteeeeeeeeed!
I agree that images on the side are better so i am still learning Libre office to do the things faster and cleaner.
for the index.. i have made the turorial to be navigated easylly, so you can see thumbnails and sections. and for the HTML idea.. i don´t know.if there is a volunteer i could talk with him, and send the files.
I am glad you like it. it took me lot of time to do it ,but finally is here
I'm so sorry I could't translate fast enough. Well, then I can take on Serbian translation from English! Send me the english .odf on my email, please
Anyways, a tutorial greatly expected.