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mh-dixon
Hi all.  Post Doc Review.

Section/Paragraph - More Information

I assume this is a "common" section like the Footer, but different.  If not this comment applies to other pages also.

Is the following entry required (bearing in mind the link exists at the top above the page title)?


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RE: ubuntu-help/unity-launcher-intro suggestion

Doug Smythies

On 2013.09.03 11:44 Martin Dixon wrote:
> Hi all.  Post Doc Review.
> Section/Paragraph - More Information
> I assume this is a "common" section like the Footer,
> but different.  If not this comment applies to other pages also.

> Is the following entry required (bearing in mind the link exists at the
top above the page title)?
> Ubuntu Desktop Guide — Ubuntu Desktop Guide
>                        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> If it is required is repetition necessary?  here

The "More information" area does seem redundant with the "trail"
at the upper area of the page.

I think, but am not sure:
The link part of "Ubuntu Desktop Guide" is defined by the title area
of the index.page file. The description is defined by the desc area,
which if just deleted won't be there.

I.E. (and I built the below change and checked):

doug@s15:~/docs-1310/saucy/ubuntu-help/C$ bzr diff
=== modified file 'ubuntu-help/C/index.page'
--- ubuntu-help/C/index.page    2012-10-10 13:03:17 +0000
+++ ubuntu-help/C/index.page    2013-09-03 20:23:29 +0000
@@ -3,7 +3,6 @@
       type="guide" id="index" style="task">

 <info>
-    <desc>Ubuntu Desktop Guide</desc>

     <title type='link'>Ubuntu Desktop Guide</title>
     <title type='text'>Ubuntu Desktop Guide</title>
 


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