Guides I've Contributed To
- We are entering the Kickstarter generation.: Hardware startups like... 1) Pebble 2) Twine 3) Printrbot 4) HexBright ...are ta...
- A customer recently pointed out the effects of our recent update to category pages. I wanted to voice his question here: (cod...
- The Dozuki platform was upgraded on April 12th, 2012, what changes were included in this new version?
- The Dozuki platform was upgraded on April 5th, 2012, what changes were included in this new version?
- The Dozuki platform was upgraded on March 30th, 2012, what changes were included in this new version?
- The Dozuki platform was upgraded on March 1st, 2012, what changes were included in this new version?
- The Dozuki platform was upgraded on February 16th, 2012, what changes were included in this new version?
- I have multiple items (parts or products that I sell, as well as tools) that I need to show as required for a specific guide....
- The Dozuki platform was upgraded on February 2nd, 2012, what changes were included in this new version?
- The Dozuki platform was upgraded on February 9th, 2012, what changes were included in this new version?
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- I've tracked down the issue: there seems to be some suboptimal logic for the way the code handles wrapping text in this regard. I say "suboptimal" only because if you add a few characters before the offending hyphen it is pushed onto the next line. Alternatively, if you add a remove a few characters the entire phrase is pulled onto the line with the hyphen. This only manifests in the PDF output as far as I can tell. I'll file a bug on this random, wrapping behavior we're seeing here. Please let us know if it continues to affect your experience.
- While we are open to developing a stand-alone version in the future, this is not one of our current offerings. The Dozuki platform is incredibly secure––even in its baseline package––and our security capabilities can be drastically upgraded on a client-by-client basis, depending on the need. If this is a critical need for your company to consider utilizing Dozuki, I would encourage you to reach out to us at Sales@Dozuki.co
m to discuss the potential of a stand-alone version or our high-end security features in more detail. Dozuki is being used in production systems around the world and by Fortune 100 companies who have similar views to your own about the importance of data security.
- Thank you all for your feedback - it's extremely valuable to us. Because of your responses, we're looking at making some changes to our site to explain our basic pricing model. In the past, we haven't published complete pricing for Dozuki because nearly all of our customers' needs are very diverse. However, our platform is modular and with that comes a high degree of flexibility (and variability in cost), as we are able to curate a specific package to fit your specific needs. If you'd like to chat more about your specific needs we'd be happy to walk through the pricing plan that would make most sense for your company. You can always reach us directly at (805) 316-0880.
- This functionality is easily accomplished with a couple advanced Dozuki features: guidelist and wikilist – both of which leverage tags. With guidelists, you can display a dynamic list of guides on any category page (or other type of wiki page: item page, info page, etc...) simply by inserting following wikitext on the category page: (code) In the example above we should expect to see a list of all the guides that have been tagged with the phrase "power management". You can tag a guide by simply editing it, clicking on the Introduction or Details tabs, and utilizing the tag manager on the right hand column. Wikilists function almost identically to guidelists - however, they are used for wiki pages (items, categories, info pages, etc...) instead of guides.
- In the introduction tab of your guide you will need to remove the In Progress flag. This flag prevents your guide from being displayed until you remove it. Your guides should be publicly viewable on the category page that you've linked them to as soon as you've switched the viewing permissions from "My Team" to "Everyone". Be sure to check that you're guide is placed under the correct category page.
- The Issue: I believe the issue you are experiencing is due to having images that require cropping. When an image is uploaded and it isn't in a 4:3 aspect ratio, it will appear with an orange border around it as pictured here: Crop Required: Note: You won't be able to drag and drop the image, it would select it as if it were text. Solution: To fix the issue you need to crop the image by selecting the wrench icon in the top left corner of the image, cropping the image, then saving the image. The image will then be able to be dragged and dropped onto a step. More information about uploading, cropping and placing images on guides and wikis is available in the Dozuki Help Docs.
- The new Dozuki App was approved and is now in Apple's App store! Check out the new App here!
- Well, Guidebook IS more than that. Guidebook guides run contrary to the status quo in a couple ways: It's Visual By Design: 1) Guidebook mandates a visual experience. Most tools will offer too much leniency in the creation process: this causes the end user to suffer. Guidebook maintains a consistent presentation for every new guide. It's Dynamic: 1) Most of the world uses a word processor to PDF workflow. It's nearly impossible, at any real size, to effect changes to the static guides: editing, PDF'ing and posting to a server could take weeks to months! With Guidebook, it's instantaneous. It's Everywhere: 1) Guidebook isn't just an online interface, it's also available as an App, embeddable content, Raw XML, automatically generated PDFs as well as via API. To Your Point: 1) Guidebook currently supports only images and text annotations. However, we will soon expand beyond that into video and a variety of other types of rich media. Please, let us know what else you would like Dozuki to BE in the future by voici...
- Our first sync since the end of Beta was super effective. Below is a list of features we pushed and the bugs we squashed along the way. New Features: 1) SSL is now only available by default for Custom plans. To turn on SSL for your site, please Contact Us. 2) Added new animated UI to improve visibility of Help links on all pages. Bug Fixes: 1) Fixed an issue with Answers search where entering a new search term from a later page of results showed the wrong search results 2) Fixed stylization bug affecting delete links on Answers posts, Answers comments, and Guidebook comments 3) Fixed minor text spacing issue on Notifications Page 4) Fixed an issue where a site's description did not wrap onto a new line properly 5) Fixed a bug where reputation points were not removed when Answers posts were closed or deleted, but not restored if the post was re-opened. Reputation is now properly restored for re-opened posts. 6) Fixed multiple minor errors on the Upgrades page in /Manage. 7) Fixed multiple video errors in all o...
- This last sync was crazy! We pushed out more fixes and features on a single sync than we had ever before. In addition, with this last sync we are officially out of Beta! New Features: 1) Add "Platinum White" and "Carbon Black" site themes 2) Posted new Terms and Conditions for using Dozuki 3) Added SSO feature to iOS app 4) Implemented new category creation workflow when creating guides or asking questions. 5) Added information in various helpful locations showing whether or not a user is banned, and for how long. 6) Added a new filter option in the Manage interface to allow filtering by banned users. 7) Added more detail to the timestamp showing when a user is banned until. Bug Fixes: 1) Fixed Answers image reloading in tab issue. 2) Fixed element padding issues when editing guide steps. 3) Addressed various layout issues with bullets on PDF export. 4) Corrected when "New Page" menu option appears in user menu. 5) Removed user counting issue affecting Admin count. 6) Fixed bug causing a "site name taken" err...
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