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Overview of the Q++Studio Documentation

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The Q++Studio documentation is made up of the following major sections:

 

Introduction

The chapters and topics of this section present Q++Studio and its user interface.

 

The topic what's new? lists the new features, improvements and bug fixes that were included in the various releases of the XV4 version of Q++Studio in 2022 on an ongoing basis (previous years' release notes can be found here).

Scripts

The chapters and topics of this section cover scripts, script lines and script line properties, presenting scripts and their components, as they are used to define all the properties of a diary in Q++Studio.

Diary Templates

The chapters and topics of this section regroup the information needed to create diary grids in QuarkXPress or InDesign, the tokens to use to implement variable date-related elements, and then import these templates into Q++Studio.

Data

The chapters and topics of this section cover all the different types of data that are managed and used by Q++Studio: languages (translations), holidays, slogans, and astronomical data (Moon, Sun, ...).

Advanced Options

The chapters and topics of this section cover the 2 advanced options used for total customization of diaries: SARAs and Macros.

Tools and

Utilities

The chapters and topics of this section cover the various tools and utilities included in Q++Studio (QuarkXPress tools, InDesign tools, font tools, and others), as well as the available Q++Studio application preferences and help tools.

Appendices

The chapters and topics of this section cover a lot of varied reference material in the appendices chapter as well as the release notes group of topics which detail the features, improvements and bug fixes that were included in the releases of the XV4 version of Q++Studio prior to the year 2022.

 

Browsing topics sequentially

 

The topics navigator to the left of the eDoc and WebHelp versions of this documentation is also a good way to view the current topic in context of the entire help file. Finally, many topics can be read sequentially, like a book. Use the next topic and previous topic arrows in the header of each chapter to move to the previous/next topic.

 

Accessing the latest version of the documentation

 

The online version of the Q++Studio documentation, which is accessible at https://www.qppstudio.net/webhelp_xv4/, allows you to always see the most recent version of the Q++Studio documentation.

 


Topic 107019, last updated on 21-Apr-2022