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jsmorley wrote: August 30th, 2023, 2:11 am Sorry, see if it is right now...
Perfect! Thank you!
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These 3 showcases on the main page no longer work because gfycat shut down
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Hello people, I finally learned git, sooooo...

I've made 2 Pull Requests for the Rainmeter Docs
A few additions and changes - https://github.com/rainmeter/rainmeter-docs/pull/54
Add a Troubleshoot page - https://github.com/rainmeter/rainmeter-docs/pull/55

The first pull request is related to actual minuscule changes I have proposed here, I finally understood just saying is not enough and that I should take the civic spirit to do things, so all the notices and wishes I've had here, I've commited in the PR
From the things I said here, I included VSCode as a Notepad Alternative, finally added a guide for UWP commands which was my 2nd reply in this thread, added the hyperplink to Windows Queries, removed LifeHacker from the site since the link has been dead for years, resolved inconsistencies aaaaaaaaand for fun I added a Mond Easter Egg.
The second pull request is still a draft, it's basically a continuation of the #baisc-usage, #common-questions channels my mod team (huge props to Corvust) made on Discord with questions and problems that we frequently have to answer, that are also sometimes doubled here in the forums, this may require more than a glance and I understand what the web hosts might think about conceptualizing the actual page or including it.

That's all I have to say, I hope these things are taken into considerations!
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Re: Small docs suggestions

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Jeff wrote: March 19th, 2024, 9:28 pm Hello people, I finally learned git, sooooo...

I've made 2 Pull Requests for the Rainmeter Docs
A few additions and changes - https://github.com/rainmeter/rainmeter-docs/pull/54
Add a Troubleshoot page - https://github.com/rainmeter/rainmeter-docs/pull/55

The first pull request is related to actual minuscule changes I have proposed here, I finally understood just saying is not enough and that I should take the civic spirit to do things, so all the notices and wishes I've had here, I've commited in the PR
From the things I said here, I included VSCode as a Notepad Alternative, finally added a guide for UWP commands which was my 2nd reply in this thread, added the hyperplink to Windows Queries, removed LifeHacker from the site since the link has been dead for years, resolved inconsistencies aaaaaaaaand for fun I added a Mond Easter Egg.
The second pull request is still a draft, it's basically a continuation of the #baisc-usage, #common-questions channels my mod team (huge props to Corvust) made on Discord with questions and problems that we frequently have to answer, that are also sometimes doubled here in the forums, this may require more than a glance and I understand what the web hosts might think about conceptualizing the actual page or including it.

That's all I have to say, I hope these things are taken into considerations!
I have merged the first set of pull requests. Thanks!