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30/01/2021 13:36
by clearpc

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Hi, is there any way to access the files for the assistant and stages so that they can be altered or replaced?

Also years back there used to be a English user documentation, is this still available?

Please can you advise?
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30/01/2021 15:04
by favdb

favdb



Hello,

Yes, it is possible to customize the assistant. You will find simplified documentation on the GIT server at the following address:
https://git.tuxfamily.org/ostorybook/code.git/tree/doc/fr/wiki/function/Assistant.md

Unfortunately this documentation is not available in English at the moment. If you wish to translate it, it will be a pleasure for me to integrate it.

You can find an english version of the manual in th Documentation part of the site, but it is a bit out of date.
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30/01/2021 16:12
by clearpc

clearpc



Many thanks for that, I'm still a little confused. Is the file stored on my computer, if so what folder? If not is there a wizard in the program itself?


I'm using the Linux version 5.05.04
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31/01/2021 10:01
by favdb

favdb



OK, I'll translate this document.
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31/01/2021 11:57
by favdb

favdb



I updated the Assistant's documentation and translated it into English. I took the opportunity to add a few things, especially about the tests, and to correct a few mistakes. The document uses Markdown, but it is still quite readable without an interpreter.

The English document is available at https://git.tuxfamily.org/ostorybook/code.git/plain/doc/en/wiki/function/Assistant.md
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31/01/2021 16:45
by clearpc

clearpc



Many thanks for that, I have managed to make that work.

Please note an error in the file location, in the text it reads: /home/user/oStorbook/Assistant. On my platform (Linux Mint) the file should be located in /home/usr/share/oStorbook/

The file should be named Assistant.properties, you may have to open the file signed in as root to add or alter content.

Many thanks for your help.

Rich
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31/01/2021 19:39
by favdb

favdb



Don't be confused, the example /home/user/oStorybook/Assistant is a directory example, the absolute file path would be /home/user/oStorybook/Assistant/Assistant.properties where "user" is your username.
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