Support » Plugin: Dublin Core Metadata » Help system

  • Resolved MKSnMKS

    (@mksnmks)


    There is no help available within the plugin.
    There could be any of ;
    1) Hover over the field name to get a pop-up explanation box
    2) Question Mark hover mode with verbose explanations
    3) Examples of recommended and typical settings
    4) Button to go to website for reference to a (small?) manual, or preferably have the manual built in to the plugin.

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  • Plugin Author pgogy

    (@pgogy)

    Hello
    Thanks for your post
    For reference, I do not make, nor have I ever any money from this plugin, and as such changes such as these will require time I don’t have at present. I am also not a catalogue or metadata expert and so guidance on typical settings isn’t something I’d feel confident with.
    If you wish to provide any of the above the code is open source and is free for you to edit
    Pat

    Saying it can not be done, or will not be done, is not a resolution to the problem.
    It is just a response, and a correct response. But it does not resolve the problem.
    I am not a coder so can not resolve this problem by my self.
    But I will not say the problem is resolved because I won’t do it.
    Fair enough you can’t do it. That’s understandable.
    But it is not done.
    Marking the problem as resolved, gives the impression that the problem has been adequately seen to.
    So any coder looking for ways to help, would likely skip over this submission in search of unresolved problems.
    Marking unresolved problems as being resolved, not only does not solve the problem, but rather hinders the development of the project.

    Anyway;
    Thank you for your effort in developing this plugin as far as you have.
    It is operationally good enough.
    And I do hope that some other coders are inspired to work on it a little bit further.

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