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[Article Feedback] Misleading Documentation

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  • Last reply by AliceWyman
  1. mflum7 0 posts
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    This is not very professional to have old or misleading information in the help section. At least we should have a version tag that tells us what version this documentation applies to.

    After reading most of the comments to be honest I am more concerned about the information then how it is presented. In this busy world we need to get from point A to point B with little hassle, I am sorry but most of us have a lot to do each day and don't ultimately care about template formats or the arguments about formatting. We just need accurate information.

    This is not very professional to have old or misleading information in the help section. At least we should have a version tag that tells us what version this documentation applies to. After reading most of the comments to be honest I am more concerned about the information then how it is presented. In this busy world we need to get from point A to point B with little hassle, I am sorry but most of us have a lot to do each day and don't ultimately care about template formats or the arguments about formatting. We just need accurate information.
  2. Chris Ilias 2033 posts
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    Thanks for posting! What info is inaccurate?

    Thanks for posting! What info is inaccurate?
  3. scoobidiver 1275 posts
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    This thread is a dupe of /en-US/kb/Exporting%20bookmarks%20to%.../1236. I locked it.

    This thread is a dupe of [/en-US/kb/Exporting%20bookmarks%20to%20an%20HTML%20file/discuss/1236]. I locked it.
  4. Chris Ilias 2033 posts
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    Unlocking. Let's make sure. :)

    Unlocking. Let's make sure. :)
  5. AliceWyman 5066 posts
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    The article was updated and approved on August 2, 2011 (finally!) so the information is now correct for Firefox 4 and above.

    Note: I renamed the prefix for this thread to "[Article Feedback]" since it's not really a duplicate of the other thread, although it could have been posted there as a comment.

    The article was updated and approved on August 2, 2011 (finally!) so the information is now correct for Firefox 4 and above. Note: I renamed the prefix for this thread to "[Article Feedback]" since it's not really a duplicate of the other thread, although it could have been posted there as a comment.
    Modified by AliceWyman on