Jump to: navigation, search

Gramps 5.1 Wiki Manual - Preface

1,166 bytes added, 22:53, 2 September 2021
Typographical conventions in the Gramps Wiki Manual: {{man button|∨}} (''Down Arrowhead'' button)
*<tt>''Replaceable text''</tt>
*{{man label|Labels}} for buttons and other portions of the graphical interface. A trailing &#x25B4; and &#x25BE; in a column header indicates the sort order for table column. &#x25C2; more headers or tabs &#x25B8;
*{{man rollovertooltip|hint Hint text}} for hover or roll-over hints (aka Tooltips) that identify elements of the graphical interface
*Menu selections look like this: {{Man menu|Menu -> Submenu -> Menu Item}}(Spaces should enclose the <code>-></code> to make webpage auto-translation recognize menu words.) Gramplet pop-up menus are marked with a {{man button|&or;}} (''Down Arrowhead'' button).
*{{man button|Buttons}} you can click
*[ disclosure Disclosure triangle] node {{man button|&#x25B6;}}expand or {{man button|&#x25BC;}}collapse disclosure triangular widget. All the nodes of the tree view mode can be simultaneously collapsed or expanded from the pop-up menu shown by right-clicking.
*{{Man key press|CTRL|D}} [[Gramps_5.1_Wiki_Manual_-_Keybindings|Key combinations]] you can press on your Keyboard.
*<tt>Anything you type in</tt>
*{{checkbox|1|Checked}} - Checkbox that is &#x2611; selected*{{checkbox|0|Unchecked}} - Checkbox that is &#x274f; unselected*[[File:RadioButton_Selected.png|21px]] - Radio button that is ◉ selected*[[File:RadioButton_Deselected.png|21px]] - Radio button that is &#128280; deselected * Abbreviated Latin notations: <abbr title="exempli gratia - Latin phrase meaning 'for example'">e.g.</abbr>, <abbr title="et cetera - Latin phrase meaning 'and so on'">etc.</abbr>, <abbr title="id est - Latin phrase meaning 'that is'">i.e.</abbr>, <abbr title="nota bene (singular), notate bene (plural) - Latin phrase meaning 'note well'">N.B.</abbr>, <abbr title="post scriptum - Latin phrase meaning 'postscript - after what has been written'">P.S.</abbr>, <abbr title="videlicet - Latin phrase meaning 'namely'; 'to wit'; 'precisely'; 'that is to say'">viz.</abbr>, <abbr title="versus - Latin phrase meaning 'against'">vs,</abbr>
The manual also provides assorted bits of additional information in tips and notes as follows:

Navigation menu