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== Reorganize the handbook espc. related to AppCafe{{r}} ==
 
== Reorganize the handbook espc. related to AppCafe{{r}} ==
This control panel chapter should include an AppCafe{{r}} section. The Series chapter that ''Using AppCafe{{r}}'' is part of, should be distributed into other areas of the handbook. A new series chapter, ''The Commandline Method'' to be placed nearer the back of the handbook, containing another hierarchy of all areas previously described with the cli commands and how-tos.  Each location in the earlier chapters where those sections/chapters had been, will have a link pointing to the location in the new series chapter. (''I would say page if every title in the table of contents resulted in exactly 1 8.5x11" page, and so I created a new name to describe it'' :)
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This control panel chapter should include an AppCafe{{r}} section. The Series chapter that ''Using AppCafe{{r}}'' is part of, should be distributed into other areas of the handbook. A new series chapter, ''The Commandline Method'' to be placed nearer the back of the handbook, containing another hierarchy of all areas previously described with the cli commands and how-tos.  Each location in the earlier chapters where those sections/chapters had been, will have a link pointing to the location in the new series chapter. (''I would say page if every title in the table of contents resulted in exactly one 8.5x11" page, and so I created a new name to describe it'' :)

Revision as of 01:41, 25 July 2012

Reorganize the handbook espc. related to AppCafe®

This control panel chapter should include an AppCafe® section. The Series chapter that Using AppCafe® is part of, should be distributed into other areas of the handbook. A new series chapter, The Commandline Method to be placed nearer the back of the handbook, containing another hierarchy of all areas previously described with the cli commands and how-tos. Each location in the earlier chapters where those sections/chapters had been, will have a link pointing to the location in the new series chapter. (I would say page if every title in the table of contents resulted in exactly one 8.5x11" page, and so I created a new name to describe it :)