|Summary:||words are off the page when displayed in 640x480 console|
|Product:||[OLD] Docs-user||Reporter:||David Cozatt <yggsdrasil>|
|Component:||LVM HOWTO||Assignee:||Docs Team <docs-team>|
|Package list:||Runtime testing required:||---|
Description David Cozatt 2005-08-07 07:51:35 UTC
all right this is not the only page with this problem and several do display properly. If viewed in a terminal window display for these seems ok as well. The following pages have words off the page- LVM2 installation HOWTO 2.6 migration guide Genkernel guide Alternative installation HOWTO x86 Quick install guide Gentoo/x86 Installation tips and tricks Gentoolkit guide A portage introduction In addition to words being off the page the hyperlinks on the sidebars are not diplayed. This is an incomplete list- There are likely others. A page(s) that do(es) display properly is the Gentoo x86 Handbook. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Use 640x480 console 2.links.gentoo.org and browse to documentation links 3.select one of the above listed docs Expected Results: word wrapped and displayed links on the side of the docs
Comment 1 Łukasz Damentko (RETIRED) 2005-08-07 08:01:56 UTC
In links you can use "[" and "]" buttons to scroll the content right and left and see whole page, if the console is really too small to display it. Please try it and then tell us if you feel satisfied with such solution.
Comment 2 Xavier Neys (RETIRED) 2005-08-07 08:51:17 UTC
We're not going to truncate/wrap <pre> anyway.
Comment 3 David Cozatt 2005-08-07 09:41:57 UTC
> In links you can use "[" and "]" buttons to scroll the content right and left Heh thanks, that does work just didn't know about it. A mention might for above solution would be nice some where in the install docs. >We're not going to truncate/wrap <pre> anyway. Should be just a matter of correcting a template that all guides fit. As I said some do display properly.
Comment 4 Łukasz Damentko (RETIRED) 2005-08-07 09:46:46 UTC
Nah, it's enough to go in links to "Help" -> "Keys" and get all the info. No need to duplicate such easily accessible information in the install docs.