A good way for those who'd like to support Otter but don't know how is to have Otter's default user agent string on display, at least. And you just did it The project lacks manpower, that's coders. This is probably the most acute problem. This is where I cannot help.I tried to help for a while with writing help pages and/or documentation, but I soon discovered that documentation is really something the developer must do himself. If another person tries to document what the developer is doing, the other person should be living in the developer's head and that's tough to do. If/when someone else is writing help pages, it must be done based on documentation and, in an ongoing project, one must take the roadmap into account. So there should be a roadmap also. It would suffice if the project were done in reasonably human-readable coding languages (thus self-explanatory and even self-documenting), but since this is not the case, I cannot write even help pages adequately. I can only write what I dream Otter to be and this may easily wander off. Is this the appropriate moment now for me to lay down what I dream Otter to be? Maybe another day.
I was offer writing documention. I came up with the idea of using Opera's documention as template/guide.
Seems to me, a better approach, is to spread out trying to find coders willing to help.
What is there in Otter to especially promote right now? Maybe Notes?
...a neat markup rendering capacity...
It badly needs drag-and-drop capability.
There is a lot of brain power among us and each of us have a part that can help make a whole. Don't get to warm and fuzzy because, my question is, where do you want or see Otter going and do we try to work together on this? It would definitely be a trial, since neither of us know each other. Think about it.
This is how all video websites should behave in every browser/app, but they behave this way only in Otter as far as I have tried.
They used to do that in Opera and possibly early versions of Firefox. You wouldn't believe the number of complaints they got about it.
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