[Haskell-cafe] Tiny documentation request
andrewcoppin at btinternet.com
Sun Sep 9 12:41:50 EDT 2007
Sven Panne wrote:
> On Sunday 09 September 2007 16:40, Andrew Coppin wrote:
>> 1. Would it be possible to make the *huge* list of package names at the
>> top collapsable? (That way I don't have to scroll through several pages
>> of uninteresting text to get to the bit I actually want.)
> What do you mean exactly with "the *huge* list of package names"? The
> description list with the short textual descriptions of each package? I'd say
> that this list is highly interesting to people unfamiliar with the package
> structure, so it is good that it is there.
Well, if I could collapse it with a single click, it would be much
easier to scroll past it and get to the thing I'm looking for. I didn't
say remove it, just give me the option to hide it. ;-)
>> 2. Could we make is so all items are collapsed initially? (Currently
>> they're all expended initially - which makes it take rather a long time
>> to find anything.)
> Again this depends on the use case: I'd vote strongly against collapsing the
> list initially, because that way the incremental search in Firefox won't work
> without un-collapsing everything.
Oh goodie... So it's there to keep the machines happy?
It's just tedious that every single time I load up this page, I have to
spend 30 seconds manually collapsing everything so I can get to the
module I actually want to look at. (The alternative is to manually
scroll the 13-page list my hand. Not very funny...)
OK, so... can we add a pair of "expand all"/"collapse all" buttons then?
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