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User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.2.1) Gecko/20030225
Description of problem:
The Help->Contents menu has a book icon whereas it seems the lifesaver icon
seems to be the norm?
The Help->Contents menu also has no F1 keyboard shortcut associated with it?
Are these lame bug reports useful or not? Please let me know... I am a complete
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start redhat-config.services
2. Click on Help Menu or press F1.
Also, Help is opened in Mozilla and not yelp.
And, it would be nice if the Help explained what a Runlevel is... for us newbies.
Sorry, thought I would keep all in this same bug report. Should I have opened
I have changed the Icon. F1 is a Microsoft Windows feature not a redhat.
Ctr->H is supposed to raise the help. At the time these tools were written yelp
did not work very well. I will check with those in the know if we should use it
now. Thanks for your input. I will talk to docs about the RunLevel discussion.
F1 seems to be the default... I don't much mind either way, but it seems half
of the apps have F1 and half Ctrl+H? Or is upcoming HIG 2.0 going for Ctrl+H?
You win F1 it is. :^)
I will put together an update package.