Help->Tools->Workspace->What is a Workspace: removed instruction to open a workspace, which appears again on the next page
Help->Tools->Workspace->Open a Workspace:
* removed "(click on the Tools Flap to close it back up)" at end of Tools Flap instructions. The flap closes by itself when the workspace is dragged out (4.1 update 10142)
* changed World menu instructions from [world menu -> open -> workspace], to [world menu -> Workspace]
* added line to "doit"
* minor edits for grammar and clarity
=============== Diff against Help-Squeak-Project-it.5 ===============
Item was changed:
----- Method: SqueakToolsWorkspaceHelp classSide>>openWorkspace (in category 'pages') -----
title: 'Open a Workspace'
+ contents: 'You can open a Workspace window in any of the following ways:
- contents: 'You can open a Workspace window, by doing any one of the following:
+ - Keyboard Shortcut: while pointing at an empty part of the Squeak window, press alt-k (in Windows) or cmd-k (on a Mac)
+ - World Menu: select "Workspace"
+ - Tools Flap: click on the Tools Flap. When it comes out, drag the Workspace icon out.
+ - Doit: select inside the following quote and doit: "Workspace open"'!
- - Using a keyboard while pointing at an empty part of the Squeak wind, alt-k (in Windows, cmd-k in Mac)
- - Open up a World Menu, select "open..." action. From the open menu, select "workspace (k)
- - Click on the Tools Flap. When it comes out, click on the Workspace icon and drag it out. (Click on the Tools Flap to close it back up.).'!
Item was changed:
----- Method: SqueakToolsWorkspaceHelp classSide>>workspace (in category 'pages') -----
title: 'What is a Workspace'
+ contents: 'A Workspace is a window used as a scratchpad area where fragments of Smalltalk code can be entered, stored, edited, and evaluated.'!
- contents: 'A Workspace is a window used as a scratchpad area where fragments of Smalltalk code can be entered, stored, edited, and evaluated.
- To open a workspace window in Squeak, one possibility is to bring up the World menu, select "open...", and then select "workspace". You can then type in any Smalltalk code inside the workspace window and execute it or inspect it.'!
This was me. I fixed some small things in the HelpSystem. I wasn't sure the exact procedure, and squeak.org was down, so I did what I do in Pharo:
* combined the edited packages into a slice package
* uploaded to the inbox
If I should gave done anything different, please let me know. And, I'll read the instructions when the site is back up.