rengel
It would be nice to have the User Guide as an example brain delivered with the software.
  • With multiple tabs it would be easy to switch to the help without using a PDF reader.
  • It could use the superior linking capabilities of TheBrain.
  • The user could add her own annotations.
  • It would be easier to maintain, because you wouldn't need an additional toolset to produce PDF content.
  • It would be a great showcase for TheBrain's capabilities (notes with graphics, embedded videos, formattings, etc.)
  • This would be 'information at your fingertips' at its best.
  • It could be easily extended by FAQs or a comprehensive glossary.
  • It could be extend by links to relevant tutorials and 'Brain Snippets'.

(As far as I recall, zenrain did something similar with an online brain.)
Reinhard TB 9.1.19.0 and 10.0.25.0. WIN 10

Quality is the result of the attention paid to details.
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metta
+1 - Agreed | This request echoes many made previously.

Interestingly, TB team actually did this quite some time ago for TB8!
> TheBrain 8 Knowledgebase (and User Guide)
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rengel
@metta
Thanks! This is the brain I was referring to ('...zenrain did something similar with an online brain'). May be I'm wrong, but afaik, zenrain did this on his own, privately.
Reinhard TB 9.1.19.0 and 10.0.25.0. WIN 10

Quality is the result of the attention paid to details.
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metta
Actually, the brain to which I linked above was created by Matt. (See the pull-down menu next to the name of the brain.)

Here are the links I've bookmarked for ZenRain's knowlegebase brains:
> Version 8
> Version 9|10

I trust he'll let us know if these are current, or not. 😏
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Xavier
A french knowledgebase with some tips in english : https://bra.in/3p6BPp
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rengel
@metta
Thank you! Learned something new :-).
Reinhard TB 9.1.19.0 and 10.0.25.0. WIN 10

Quality is the result of the attention paid to details.
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Cerebrum

rengel wrote:

  • With multiple tabs it would be easy to switch to the help without using a PDF reader.
  • It could use the superior linking capabilities of TheBrain.
  • The user could add her own annotations.
  • It would be easier to maintain, because you wouldn't need an additional toolset to produce PDF content.
  • It would be a great showcase for TheBrain's capabilities (notes with graphics, embedded videos, formattings, etc.)
  • This would be 'information at your fingertips' at its best.
  • It could be easily extended by FAQs or a comprehensive glossary.
  • It could be extend by links to relevant tutorials and 'Brain Snippets'.
Great points!
It's a bit of a mystery to me why there's no public online brain that provides an overview and instruction manual for TB9, especially when there's already one for TB8 which could be copied and modified.
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miadonis
+1

Regards,
Matt

MacOS 10.14.1TB 10.0.25

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