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Thanx Tom, that's what I was looking for.
Golgoj4, why post if you have nothing useful to contribute? There seems to be quite a bit of people out here that do nothing but tell people to "search the forums". The forums are to help people, not tell them to do what they already did. The facts are the Wiki is not well organized or 100% accurate. Searching the forums does not always return results, especially when people have a different sense of terminology or don't know exactly what they are asking for. So instead of wasting yours and everyone else's time in the forums why don't you contribute to the Wiki so there are less repetitive questions that are so painful for you to help out with.
I think "get it", "install it" and "troubleshoot it" all belong in one FAQ, but I can see a "use it" FAQ as a separate entity. I already think the developer FAQ should be a separate entity and started a discussion in the developer forum about that FAQ.
FYI There is already a FAQ in the Wiki which Zaerc and Lozzo edited, but these answer more general questions than some of the 'how do I do X' questions I see posted in the forums.
Keep in mind that most FAQs I see these days aren't really Frequently Asked Questions. They're just more top-down instructions repackaged as Q&A. I wonder if there's any way to actually find out which questions are frequently asked, and then answer them. That would have a lot more value to the questioners. Though there's still a lot of value in answering the "Most Important Questions".
How about a separate User FAQ with "get it", "install it" and "troubleshoot it" and "use it" (features) sections. And a separate Developer FAQ, with "get source", "compile", "navigate", "report bugs" and "contribute changes" sections.
And then a separate Community FAQ that identifies all the documentation, notification and discussion locations. Where to see news, where and how to post questions, how to search for answers, how to contribute to the discussions, the wiki, the code.
Probably some crossreferencing between them.
I added my steps in the mantis, but I'm still running 7.04, and the answer from Ender was:
"Did you try this with 0710beta's ? The issue you are describing was happening with 0704 if the user activated manually the repeated keys while Orbiter was running."
Anybody got the problem still under 7.10, or is it solved?
I have reopened it, since "reloading the router" doesn't solve anything.