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I had no shortage of desktop space. As I noted in the Adobe forum, the
problem was a lack of sample code and documentation to show a beginner
how to create a project from scratch. There was documentation of the
UI and advanced docs for programmers, but nothing in between to guide
a new user in creating a project from scratch. If I'd been able to get
my hands on a real-world project, I'm sure I could have figured it out
easily. Maybe FM8 had better samples.
On Sat, Mar 1, 2014 at 12:48 PM, Peter Neilson <neilson -at- windstream -dot- net> wrote:
> Robert, did you use a machine that had two displays or only one? I learned
> it (structured FM8, IIRC) on my own, but there were two displays, so that at
> all times I could see both a full view of the WYSIWYG and also the
> underlying structure. I felt it would have been extremely difficult without
> that kind of view. I feel that being able to see the structure, where it
> shows you, "Oops, you can't do that here," or "Something missing here," is
Doc-To-Help: new website, content widgets, and an output that works on any screen.