Aug 252015

NTLGMM:   “intro & overall”

  1. NTLGRB:   “The “terms of use” of {this post & its comments, including the privacy & confidentiality of it plus all knowledge obtained from it} is JotHere’s standard Terms of Use except:
    1. NTLGRL:   none
  2.  “post image”  TBA
  3. NTLGRX:  “post name history in reverse start-order”
    1.  NTLGSC:  now originally to next:

      ‘ imaging’ including ‘printouts’ –post NTLGMM

    2. NTLGUW:   “per post name, add post to categories”
      1. NTLV7T:  defined in main content ‘aside’s.

  4. NTLUMN: imaging
    1. NTLUPW:  In doing this, please adhere to site use including copyright terms, especially on ‘making copies of this content’
    2. NTLUSY: printouts
      1. NTNQD5:  Best browsers for printing web pages, from rough best first:
        1. NTNQED:  Firefox
          1. NTNQKS:  Big pro: can easily adjust the font size so to reformat a good amount of text fits on the page while still being readable.
          2. NTNQKH:  Pro: removes background to save ink
          3. NTNQMB:  User Glyph  briefly tried Firefox & Chrome to print /4900#NTEOJK and recommended & suggested Chrome for these reasons.
        2. NTNQG9:  Chrome
          1. NTNQGQ:  Printing page background:
            1. NTNQJ0:  Pro: does it
            2. NTNQJK:  Con: can’t seem to turn it off (esp to save ink)
          2. NTNQHO:  printing page headers (URL, page title, page # & qty, print date)
            1. NTNQSX:  on recent test, haven’t worked: appear in preview but will only print via Fineprint.
      2. NTLV0T:  with our present theme (Suffusion)
        1. NTLV2N:  by default
          1. NTLV38:  currently prints the page seemingly exactly as appears on the web browser (at least for Chrome)
            1. NTLV49:  (in our case at least), only ~20% usable, as generally very wasteful (including huge wasted space & black ink) and not very readable
        2. NTLVBX:  fix 1
          1. NTLWG6:  based on code of and next post
            1. NTM5W8:  fixes layout but not colors
          2. NTM7HI:  ‘fix background & font colors on dark theme’
            1. NTM7I8:  ‘body { color: black}’ fixes the main font colors but not at least 2 heading styles.
            2. NTM5WW:  where is background-color set in CSS? –so far, unknown.
              1. NTM77C:  pouring over the CSS settings in the Chrome inspector, I only find ‘background-color’ at  ‘body {background-color: #444;}’ which Chrome reports & appears-to ignore.
              2. NTM5YQ:  override ‘body {;background-color:aqua !important} ’, even w/o ‘!important’, seems to only cause the header to flash that color on load then everything resumes to black
              3. NTM73E: has GUI but no clue to CSS I see
              4. NTM7FU:  cannot find it!
          3. NTM7GA:  Theme setting: make more favorable to printing
            1. NTM7GY:  at least as workaround to ‘fix background & font colors on dark theme’
            2. NTM7L3:  set in
              1. NTM7M1:  since Suffusion installed (years; near all’s existence), been ‘Green on a dark theme’
              2. NTM7N9:  try ‘Scribbles’ (as a seeming long shot)
                1. NTM9P7:  actually, except for some simple header probs,  it looks very good including:
                  1. NTNOEE:  notably funner & brigher-spirit
                  2. NTNOF8:  very well matches JotHere’s name & goal.
                2. NTMA34:  header problems
                  1. NTM9Q0:  colors bad: fix via CSS NTM7ZU & NTM97S.
                  2. NTMA4J:  extra unneeded bar only used for search
                    1. NTMA6L:  temp fix NTM97S
                    2. NTMA73:  removal (& move search): TBA
                3. NTNOGB:  fixed column (right) text has got text very unreadable due to bad colors
                  1. NTNOJR:  TBA
                4. NTNOMG:  overall looks good and our present direction
              3. NTM9UQ:  try ‘Green on a light theme’ –looks ok but not nearly as fun as  ‘Scribbles’
              4. NTM9YM:  other choices: none seem better.
          4. NTLV1F:  more TBA
      3. NTLUY8:  WordPress default
        1. NTLV05:  official details
      4. NTLUUU:  aside: per section topic, add post to categories:
        1. NTLHFW:  ‘object printout NTLS5U
    3. NTLUOP:  aside: per section topic, add post to categories:
      1. NTLGX8:  ‘this site’s documentation for its users NQBFBL’
      2.  NTLTE0:  imaging image NTLQIC
  5.   “author(s) background (on the topic)”:
  6.  “success of this”
    1. TBA here after known.

  7. NTLVD2:   “post edits overall history table, by increasing start-time”
    “entry ID” “action” “why” “word cnt”  “ver #” “s#” “date (typ fr earliest ID)”
    1. NTLG9L:  ‘{post.status.snapshot: date ’20150824Mon0856pst‘; after ID’ minutes 0~‘; revision ’0‘; words ’238‘; version ’0.0‘; as ’need to address a post’s need for print including eventually for more posts, too ‘, do ’create this post: to get a reasonable template, from  pick post latest modified (not counting updates in progress) post 1, which is no relation to this,  specifically , and on that now do “Copy to a new draft”, so of then its latest saved version, so with last entry “NTGKFV”}, so creating this post “ then cut {all its content not to be reused here, so the content just applying to the template, so all the posts’ fully stated points including their KCGUIDs}.”‘}’.
    2. NTLGVQ:   starting right after, adding initial content, titling, & categories
    3. NTLH22:  add needed categories
    4. NTLTCG:  refresh page to reload categories
    5. NTNQW8:  ‘{post.status.snapshot: date ’20150825Tue1411pst‘; after ID’ minutes 0~‘; revision ’1‘; words ’757‘; version0.1‘; as ’not complete & top-organized but has useful‘, do ’Publish 1‘}’.
    6. TBA verify links; spellcheck & {update IDs to latest format: — replacements}
    7. TBA ‘{post.status.snapshot: date ’tba >20150821Fri1836pst‘; after ID’ minutes 0~‘; revision ’1‘; words ’911‘; version ’1.0‘; as ’looks complete‘, do ’Publish 1‘}’.