In the GNOME desktop, Yelp is the help browser that appears when F1 is pressed. It provides a simple gui to view program information, manpages or anything else that the user desires. It uses simple html formatting and has been based on the webkit rendering engine since version 3.
I've written some yelp pages using Mallard. Now I would like to know where to save them correctly in the file system (packaging). The saved Yelp files should be displayed when opening Yelp -> Go ...
When I click on DashHome then click on the questionmark, It brings up the help system. However when I enter a command to search on it tells me this does not exist. From what I understand the engine is ...
quickly tutorial Result: An empty Yelp window with the XML file opened in gedit. yelp /usr/share/quickly/templates/ubuntu-application/help/tutorial.xml --> Exactly the same problem. Worked fine a ...
In Gnotime, when I open help, the help system hogs my system resources and simply displays an empty Yelp screen. If I run Gnotime in Terminal, I get this message: GTT: GConf: Warning: get ...
When I click on the Help Center Icon in the 'System' menu, it takes more than a minute to launch the program. More than a minute, for a text only program seeming like a website! All my other programs ...
I went to the desktop menu and opened System->About Ubuntu to read more. It says You are using Ubuntu 11.04 when I am using 10.10. Why is that so? Update: This has been fixed!