GeoGebra Manual:Italian Wiki

Da GeoGebra Manual.

Pagina di servizio per il Wiki Italiano

New WebSite Issues and suggestions (English and Italian section)

EN=English IT=Italian

  • EN,IT In the DOWNLOAD page of the new site, the Windows for Desktop link is to the msi installer instead of the .exe
  • IT, Comunità page: in the description of IGI Turin, redirects to the home page. IMHO It's just enough to delete the link.
  • EN, IT, Get Involved page : the link "GeoGebra contributor" does not point to a different page
  • EN, IT, if you create a new thread or post in the Forum page, the Edit post page appears incomplete (emoticons are shown as ascii, and colors section displays the colors numbers)
  • Suggestion: Add a link to the forum in the Community page. In the bottom menu it is rather hidden.

Bottom menu

desktop to Manual

clic > Help > Manual Guida > Manuale you get ie website

Wiki issues / suggestions

  • Each command syntax is now displayed as plain text. IMHO it should be in BOLD, because as it is now it's hard to find at a glance the single commands in the page
  • The links in the wiki display a blank space to the right of each of them, instead of the usual little blue arrow
  • Even if logged in, I see no option to Edit Links in the Language dropdown list (bottom right)
  • GLOBAL: has no math rendering
  • GLOBAL: has no math rendering

Note sui formati

  • Funzioni = nome tutto minuscolo. GeoGebra è case sensitive qui

Comandi non documentati - Undocumented commands

Dubbi su descrizione/funzionamento comandi:

Da fare

Wip Simona

About links

In case you want to fix the wikipedia links, add it: into the link, e.g. [[w:it:Numero primo|primi]] In case some page links to a reference page like en:Reference:Colors you don't want to translate, use [[en:Reference:Colors|colore]] --Kondr 11:52, 22 May 2011 (CEST)

It should work if you use a colon before the language prefix, e.g. [[:en:Reference:Colors|colore]]. I've used this syntax in other pages and it's actually working. --Mathmum 11:33, 29 May 2011 (CEST)

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