Changeset 578


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Sep 19, 2016, 6:25:08 PM (4 years ago)
Author:
Lewis Rosenthal
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Updated help; expanded PDF information to include 3D PDF formats (ticket #320); added reference to Help button for dialogs (ticket #321); made reference to key modifier combinations consistent (Shift+ vs Shift-); corrected minor typo in .br tag.

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    22:docprof toc=123456.
    33:title.Lucide User's Guide
    4 .* rev 2016-09-18-001
     4.* rev 2016-09-19-002
    55.* ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
    66:h1 res=001 name=intro
     
    13231323:p.Further operations are performed via dialogs and listboxes, which help
    13241324guide the user through each process and provide further options for the
    1325 selected task.
     1325selected task. Context-sensitive help is available from the :hp2.Help:ehp2.
     1326button or by pressing F1.
    13261327
    13271328:p.:ul compact.
     
    13611362dialog.
    13621363
     1364:p.:hp2.Help:ehp2. provides context-sensitive information.
    13631365
    13641366:dl tsize=10 break=none.
     
    14391441printer (or to file, if Print to file has been selected), or click
    14401442:hp2.Cancel:ehp2. to dismiss the Print dialog and return to the previous view
    1441 of the file.
     1443of the file. :hp2.Help:ehp2. provides context-sensitive information.
    14421444
    14431445
     
    14621464
    14631465:nt.If a plugin is not listed here, it is either not installed or
    1464 :hp2.Lucide:ehp2. was unable to load it.:ent.
     1466:hp2.Lucide:ehp2. was unable to load it.:ent. :hp2.Help:ehp2. provides context-
     1467sensitive information.
    14651468
    14661469
     
    14861489matching and/or searching backwards through the document, and click
    14871490:hp2.OK:ehp2. to begin the search or :hp2.Cancel:ehp2. to close the dialog
    1488 without searching.
     1491without searching. :hp2.Help:ehp2. provides context-sensitive information.
    14891492
    14901493:p.During the search, a progress panel is displayed, and if no results are
     
    15011504paste a longer string into the search dialog box will result in none of the
    15021505data being pasted.:ent.
     1506
     1507:p.:hp2.Help:ehp2. provides context-sensitive information.
    15031508
    15041509
     
    15291534receive the overridden settings. Documents opened in new windows, however, will
    15301535revert to the defaults set here.
     1536
     1537:p.Clicking :hp2.OK:ehp2. saves any changes made, while :hp2.Cancel:ehp2. keeps
     1538any previous settings intact. :hp2.Help:ehp2. provides context-sensitive
     1539information.
     1540
     1541:p.:hp2.More about thumbnails:ehp2.
    15311542
    15321543:p.Thumbnail creation may be overridden on a per-file basis at the time of
     
    15741585:p.The Go to page dialog allows the input of the desired page number for quick
    15751586navigation. Enter the page number in the box and click :hp2.OK:ehp2. to begin
    1576 the search or :hp2.Cancel:ehp2.
     1587the search or :hp2.Cancel:ehp2. :hp2.Help:ehp2. provides context-sensitive
     1588information.
    15771589
    15781590
     
    15991611current file. The type of information displayed depends upon the type of file
    16001612as well as what was used to create it (not all creators provide all details).
    1601 .br
    1602 While the content is read-only, it is possible to select one or more lines
     1613
     1614:p.While the content is read-only, it is possible to select one or more lines
    16031615with the mouse using standard OS/2 modifiers, such as :hp2.Ctrl+/:ehp2. to
    16041616select all, :hp2.Ctrl+LMB:ehp2. to select non-contiguous lines, or
    1605 :hp2.Shift-LMB:ehp2. to select a range, and then copy the content of the
     1617:hp2.Shift+LMB:ehp2. to select a range, and then copy the content of the
    16061618selected lines to the clipboard either using :hp2.Ctrl+Ins:ehp2. or
    16071619:hp2.Ctrl+C:ehp2..
     1620
     1621:p.:hp2.Close:ehp2. dismisses the box, and :hp2.Help:ehp2. provides context-
     1622sensitive information.
    16081623
    16091624
     
    16301645document, it's type, whether it has been embedded in the document or not, and
    16311646if substituted, what font is being used in its place.
    1632 .br
    1633 While the content is read-only, it is possible to select one or more lines
     1647
     1648:p.While the content is read-only, it is possible to select one or more lines
    16341649with the mouse using standard OS/2 modifiers, such as :hp2.Ctrl+/:ehp2. to
    16351650select all, :hp2.Ctrl+LMB:ehp2. to select non-contiguous lines, or
    1636 :hp2.Shift-LMB:ehp2. to select a range, and then copy the content of the
     1651:hp2.Shift+LMB:ehp2. to select a range, and then copy the content of the
    16371652selected lines to the clipboard either using :hp2.Ctrl+Ins:ehp2. or
    16381653:hp2.Ctrl+C:ehp2..
     1654
     1655:p.:hp2.Close:ehp2. dismisses the box, and :hp2.Help:ehp2. provides context-
     1656sensitive information.
     1657
    16391658
    16401659
     
    16601679:p.If the document you wish to open is encrypted, you will be presented with
    16611680the Password dialog. Enter the password in the box and click :hp2.OK:ehp2. to
    1662 decrypt or :hp2.Cancel:ehp2. to abort.
    1663 
     1681decrypt or :hp2.Cancel:ehp2. to abort. :hp2.Help:ehp2. provides context-
     1682sensitive information.
     1683
     1684:p.Reasons for decryption failure include:
     1685
     1686:note text='Incorrect password'.In this case, :hp2.Lucide:ehp2. will present
     1687the Password dialog continuously, until the correct password is entered or
     1688until the :hp2.Cancel:ehp2. button or Esc is pressed. Once returned to an empty
     1689Document pane, you may select another file to open.
     1690
     1691:note text='Unsupported encryption type'.:hp2.Lucide:ehp2. makes no distinction
     1692between password protected documents or other security methods which it cannot
     1693currently decrypt. Accordingly, you may be presented with the Password dialog
     1694for a document encrypted using a certificate, where no password will be
     1695accepted. :hp2.Lucide:ehp2. has no way of opening such files.
     1696
     1697:note text='Canceling'.Clicking the :hp2.Cancel:ehp2. button or Esc will dismiss
     1698the Password dialog and return to an empty Document pane.
    16641699
    16651700:dl tsize=10 break=none.
     
    26902725
    26912726:parml compact tsize=10 break=none.
    2692 :pt.:hp2.General help:ehp2.
    2693 :pd.This user guide
     2727:pt.:hp2.Contents...:ehp2.
     2728:pd.This user guide, from the beginning
     2729:pt.:hp2.Keys help...:ehp2.
     2730:pd.Assistance with keyboard accelerators
     2731:pt.:hp2.PDF files help...:ehp2.
     2732:pd.Information about the PDF format and how :hp2.Lucide:ehp2. renders different types of PDFs
     2733:pt.:hp2.Image files help...:ehp2.
     2734:pd.Information about various image formats handled by Lucide
    26942735:pt.:hp2.Product information:ehp2.
    2695 :pd.About Lucide
     2736:pd.About :hp2.Lucide:ehp2.
    26962737:eparml.
    26972738
     
    27792820:c.selects all content in the current view
    27802821:row.
    2781 :c.Ctrl-Ins
     2822:c.Ctrl+Ins
    27822823:c.copies selected content to the system clipboard
    27832824:row.
    27842825:c.F1
    2785 :c.displays this help manual
     2826:c.displays help
    27862827:row.
    27872828:c.F5
     
    30763117.br
    30773118:link reftype=hd res=840.Security:elink.
    3078 ,br
     3119.br
    30793120:link reftype=hd res=513.Removing thumbnails:elink.
    30803121:edl.
     
    34143455load and require more processing power to navigate.
    34153456
    3416 :p.:link refid=iso_24517-1 reftype=fn.PDF/E:elink. a subset of PDF, was
     3457:p.:link refid=iso_24517-1 reftype=fn.PDF/E:elink., a subset of PDF, was
    34173458designed for engineering and technical documentation. It is based on the PDF
    34183459Reference version 1.6 from Adobe Systems and supports interactive media,
    34193460including 3D images and animation.
    34203461
    3421 :p.:hp2.Lucide:ehp2. should be able to open PDF/E documents as expected,
    3422 though media content will not be playable.
     3462:p.:link refid=iso_14739-1 reftype=fn.PRC:elink. (Product Representation
     3463Compact) is defined within PDF/E-2 as a highly compressed file format for 3D
     3464content, designed to be included in PDF and other similar document formats for
     3465the purpose of 3D visualization and exchange. It can be used for creating,
     3466viewing, and distributing 3D data in document exchange workflows. It is
     3467optimized to store, load, and display various kinds of 3D data, especially that
     3468coming from computer aided design (CAD) systems.
     3469
     3470:p.:link refid=ecma-363 reftype=fn.U3D:elink. is another compressed file format
     3471able to be utilized by PDF/E. U3D is a standard published and maintained by
     3472ECMA International as ECMA-363.
     3473
     3474:p.:hp2.Lucide:ehp2. should be able to open 2D PDF/E documents as expected,
     3475though media content will not be playable. Likewise, embedded 3D files, either
     3476U3D or PRC format, will not be rendered. Additionally, only a single layer of
     3477multi-layered PDF/E documents will be rendered.
    34233478
    34243479:p.:link refid=iso_14289-1 reftype=fn.PDF/UA:elink. (Universal Access) provides
     
    34263481magnifiers, joysticks, etc. to navigate and read electronic documents.
    34273482
    3428 :p.:p.:hp2.Lucide:ehp2. is able to render the textual content of PDF/UA
     3483:p.:hp2.Lucide:ehp2. is able to render the textual content of PDF/UA
    34293484documents, though :hp2.Lucide:ehp2. currently lacks any type of facility
    34303485for passing along linked data to a screen reader, for example. Text in a PDF/UA
     
    35773632
    35783633.* ............................................................................
     3634:fn id=iso_14739-1.
     3635PRC (ISO 14739-1&colon.2014) is defined as part of the PDF/E-2.
     3636
     3637:p.The ISO standards document is located here&colon.
     3638.br
     3639http&colon.//www.iso.org/iso/iso_catalogue/catalogue_tc/catalogue_detail.htm?csnumber=54948
     3640
     3641:p.PRC is overseen by the 3DPDF Consortium&colon.
     3642http&colon.//www.3dpdfconsortium.org/
     3643
     3644:p.Wikipedia page&colon.
     3645.br
     3646https&colon.//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PRC_%28file_format%29
     3647:efn.
     3648
     3649.* ............................................................................
     3650:fn id=ecma-363.
     3651U3D (ECMA-363) is a file format for 3D content, which, like PRC, is able to be
     3652embedded in PDF/E-2 documents.
     3653
     3654:p.The EMCA International standards document is located here&colon.
     3655.br
     3656http&colon.//www.ecma-international.org/publications/standards/Ecma-363.htm
     3657
     3658:p.U3D is overseen by the 3DPDF Consortium&colon.
     3659http&colon.//www.3dpdfconsortium.org/
     3660
     3661:p.Wikipedia page&colon.
     3662.br
     3663https&colon.//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_3D
     3664:efn.
     3665
     3666.* ............................................................................
    35793667:fn id=iso_14289-1.
    35803668ISO 14289-1&colon.2014, the second revision of the standard originally released
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