Started by 20degree, September 06, 2015, 06:35:39 PM
Quote from: Christopho on September 07, 2015, 10:08:19 AMHi,A solarus book is a great project! I don't have a lot of time because I work on my own solarus tutorials, but I can answer your questions on the forum.No problem to use the Solarus logo and screenshots of the quest editor, as long as you clearly mention that this is not an official book and that it is completely independent from the Solarus team.You can even make a commercial book, but of course don't use Nintendo graphics.
Quote from: 20degree on September 06, 2015, 06:35:39 PMId like to create some book(s) for beginners to help solarus software users. Some kind of step by step pdf guide. I have build in time some pdf guides about a software, so i can say i have some little experience about it. Solarus quest engine even if at it starting stage i think it is some great software. But as a beginner my self i find it hard to understand. I wonder if the creator of this software and maybe others could help me about this personal project.Maybe the creator of this software could send me a pm, so i could give him the direct link to one of my free pdf guides. So like that he will have a better view of what kind of guide id like to create. The advantage of some pdf guide with step by step images and text, is that the user dont need to be online to read the pages; and try to understand the software that i believe have good things about it.Thank's for your time. A+
Quote from: zutokaza on September 08, 2015, 11:06:42 PMAlso, can't LibreOffice be used? It can export to a PDF and it has PDF creation tools.
Quote from: Neovyse on September 09, 2015, 12:24:00 AMQuote from: zutokaza on September 08, 2015, 11:06:42 PMAlso, can't LibreOffice be used? It can export to a PDF and it has PDF creation tools.Is it possible to version one single .odt file ? With several Latex files, it would be easier for people to collaborate. But is it really useful for the moment? Online tutorials might be the priority ?