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 +====== Documentation ToDo ======
 +
 +
 +==== Manual for T-Board the Virtual Keyboard ====
 + 
 +<code>
 +Distill a T-Board the Virtual Keyboard manual into PDF.
 +</code>
 +Can be done by copy pasting from LACIE/sorted/own/coding_projects/globability/legacy/xtra/TBOARD/MANUAL/manual.htm, some resizing needed and we should probably create individual screen shots of the components and add numbering to the main screen shot which could then be referenced in the manual.
 +
 +As such I see no need to create a manual to replace the already existing one. I am however in the process of the above copy paste operation. There is a need for some serions rewriting but if done properly this "new" manual can be used as a basis for the new T-Board. Also by using headers etc. it is possible to generate such things as a good table of content etc. It should be a relatively painless effort to create the new manual.
 +
 +==== PDF creation ====
 +
 +<code>
 +PDF's voiceartist pdf's
 +Ger studio/voice pdf til DK - FO - UK - NL - F - S - D - Is - I - Porto, upload
 +</code>
 +
 +A good question is if we shouldn't include the PDF plugin and thus save ourselves all future efforts regarding the creation of PDF's, they would methinks be properly timestamped and every time we made a correction we would not need to create a new PDF for upload.
 +
 +Once research and testing of the above mentioned plugin I think we can make an informed decision.
  
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