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#1AurelioJuarezC2@att.net Aitems in cart0AurelioJuarezCortezGoogle.com, Microsoft Services Agreement Microsoft Services Agreement Published: July 15, 2016What's new? IF YOU LIVE IN (OR YOUR PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS IS IN) THE UNITED STATES, PLEASE READ THE BINDING ARBITRATION CLAUSE AND CLASS ACTION WAIVER IN SECTION 15. IT AFFECTS HOW DISPUTES ARE RESOLVED. These terms (“Terms”) cover the use of those Microsoft’s consumer products, websites, and services listed here (the “Services”). Many of these products previously had separate terms that were called different names, such as “Xbox Live Terms of Use” or “Skype Terms of Use,” and these Terms replace those separate terms. You accept these Terms by creating a Microsoft account or Skype account, through your use of the Services, or by continuing to use the Services after being notified of a change to these Terms. 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Not sure right now where is the problem. </p> <p> You should refresh this page. </p> </div> <ul class="strings template"> <li class="ok">OK</li> <li class="back">Back</li> <li class="create">Create</li> <li class="cancel">Cancel</li> <li class="next">Next</li> <li class="import">Import</li> <li class="savechanges">Save changes</li> <li class="errorcreategroup">Couldn't create a group!</li> <li class="msgepub">enter epub URL</li> <li class="msgarchive">enter Archive.org ID</li> <li class="msgwiki">enter Wikibooks URL</li> <li class="msgbooktype">enter Booktype URL</li> <li class="deletebook">Delete book</li> </ul> </body> </html>Sourcefabric Manuals Sign In / Create Account English | Español | Français | Italiano | Português | Русский | Shqip BOOKS GROUPS PEOPLE Booktype 1.6 for Authors and Publishers Introduction What is Booktype? Roles and Permissions Getting Started My Dashboard Control Center Books Creating a Book Importing a Book Deleting a Book The Edit Interface Creating Chapters Editing a Chapter The Table of Contents Adding Images Settings Publishing Groups Creating a Group Joining a Group Adding a Book to a Group People Communicating Design Formless Content Adding CSS Learn by Sharing Table of Contents Style Copyright Sections Front Page Footers Some Tricks Advanced Command Line Admin Theming the Interface Localizing the Interface Installation Before you install Setting up the database Installation on GNU/Linux Installation on OS X Help Where to get support About this manual What is Booktype? Updated for Booktype 1.6.1 With Booktype you can create books. Real, good-looking paper books you can hold in your hands. You can also use Booktype's powerful, quick output to PDF, EPUB, OpenDocument text and HTML to export books ready for Amazon, iBooks, or your preferred publishing outlet. Booktype is designed to help you produce books with others, or by yourself. Booktype is also a social environment where you can discuss your views about producing books, seek assistance from others, or look for projects to contribute to. Booktype is web-based software which means you do not install it on your computer; rather, you access it through a web browser. It is Free Software (licensed under the GNU Affero GPL), meaning that it can be freely downloaded, re-used and customised. You can install your own copy of Booktype on a server, or alternatively you can set up a cloud-hosted Booktype Pro account and let Sourcefabric, the non-profit organisation which produces Booktype, take care of installation, hosting and security. Some typical uses of the platform might be: Writing books - a work of fiction, manuals, cookbooks etc. Producing printed books Producing ebooks Writing any content as an individual Collaboratively authoring content Rapidly developing content in 'book sprints' Customising existing content to apply to a very specific context Translating a book into another language While you can use Booktype to support traditional book authoring processes, Booktype also supports the rapid development of content in 'book sprints'. A book sprint is an intensive collaborative event where typically six to ten people can focus on writing a book in three to five days. These collaborators might be in the same room or located around the Internet; in either case, they work together simultaneously to produce a book. Booktype was originally developed to facilitate the accelerated production models enabled by book sprints. Hence the feature set matches the rapid pace of publishing possible in the modern era of print-on-demand. Using Booktype, print ready source (book formatted PDF) can be generated in a few minutes, and then uploaded to your favourite print-on-demand service. Whether you are collaborating, writing solo, rapidly developing books, or taking your time - after you have worked with Booktype, you will never think of publishing the old way again.Sourcefabric Manuals Sign In / Create Account English | Español | Français | Italiano | Português | Русский | Shqip BOOKS GROUPS PEOPLE Booktype 1.6 for Authors and Publishers Introduction What is Booktype? Roles and Permissions Getting Started My Dashboard Control Center Books Creating a Book Importing a Book Deleting a Book The Edit Interface Creating Chapters Editing a Chapter The Table of Contents Adding Images Settings Publishing Groups Creating a Group Joining a Group Adding a Book to a Group People Communicating Design Formless Content Adding CSS Learn by Sharing Table of Contents Style Copyright Sections Front Page Footers Some Tricks Advanced Command Line Admin Theming the Interface Localizing the Interface Installation Before you install Setting up the database Installation on GNU/Linux Installation on OS X Help Where to get support About this manual My Dashboard Your Dashboard helps you to manage your books and groups, edit a number of settings to customise your profile on the Booktype server, and communicate with other Booktype users. In the Dashboard tab, there is a link Follow my changes below your user name, full name and profile picture, which points to an RSS feed of any writing or editing work that you do on the Booktype server. This feed URL can be used by external programs to enable other people to follow your work. If you look at another Booktype user's Dashboard, you will see an additional Follow me button just above the RSS feed link. Clicking this button adds the other person to the Following: list beneath the DESCRIPTION field on your Dashboard. This action means that you will receive notifications each time a person that you are following sends a public message. Any Booktype users that are following your messages will be listed as Followers: beneath this. On the right side of the Dashboard tab is a messaging window. You can send a short message by entering text into the field and clicking the Share button. This message will then be shared with your followers on the Booktype server, and displayed in the Timeline box underneath. Optionally, you can click the Attach file link to open a file browse box and attach a file to the message, or click the Attach snippet link to send formatted text and a context link with the message. You can send a message to another Booktype user even if they are not following you, by including their user name in the message, prefixed by the @ sign. The My Books tab lists the books you have created. The EDIT button opens the book on that row for editing, while the INFO button opens a page with an overview of the book's details, versions and recent activity. The DRAFT button opens the latest version of the book for reading or following. Click the HIDE FROM OTHERS button to make the book listed on that row private, or if the book is already hidden and you wish to make it public, click SHOW TO OTHERS. To view your settings, click the Settings tab. Here you can edit your Email and Full name if either of those were typed incorrectly, or if they change in the future. Below your full name is a text box where you can type in a description About yourself. If a Gravatar image is available for the email address that you used to create your Booktype account, that will be used as your Profile image. Alternatively, you can click the Browse... button to search your computer for a profile image to upload, if you wish. There is also a field for the Notification filter, which configures the email notifications you will receive. For example, entering a Booktype user name prefixed with the @ symbol into this field will mean that all messages from that user will be forwarded to your account email address. Once you have made the changes you want, click the Save changes button. Changing your password Over on the right side of the Settings tab, you can change your Booktype account password by entering the Old Password once and the New Password twice. Then click the Change password button. Click the Forgotten your password? link to open a new page in which you can enter either your Booktype username or account email address to obtain a password reset link by email. Please note that sending password reset links by plain email can compromise the security of any server, including Booktype, should your email account become compromised. Therefore it is more secure if you can remember your passwords! Sourcefabric Manuals Sign In / Create Account English | Español | Français | Italiano | Português | Русский | Shqip BOOKS GROUPS PEOPLE Booktype 1.6 for Authors and Publishers Introduction What is Booktype? Roles and Permissions Getting Started My Dashboard Control Center Books Creating a Book Importing a Book Deleting a Book The Edit Interface Creating Chapters Editing a Chapter The Table of Contents Adding Images Settings Publishing Groups Creating a Group Joining a Group Adding a Book to a Group People Communicating Design Formless Content Adding CSS Learn by Sharing Table of Contents Style Copyright Sections Front Page Footers Some Tricks Advanced Command Line Admin Theming the Interface Localizing the Interface Installation Before you install Setting up the database Installation on GNU/Linux Installation on OS X Help Where to get support About this manual Roles and Permissions After you have logged into the Booktype server, you will be able to create and edit your own books. Since Booktype is a collaborative environment, there needs to be control over access to shared books. There are a number of roles that Booktype users can have, which enable different levels of permissions. Most of these roles and permissions are managed from the Settings tab of a book's edit interface - see the chapter Settings for more information. Anyone All users logged in to Booktype can edit books that others have created if those books have been set as editable by 'anyone'. This is the most open level of access, and is suitable for environments in which all users are trusted. Book owner You will automatically become the 'Book owner' of any books that you create. Book owners can add collaborators by assigning 'Administrator' and 'Editor' roles to other people. This distinction between administrators and editors enables a more finely controlled level of access. Editor You can be made an editor of a book you have not created yourself, if a 'book owner' gives you this role for a specific book. This gives you the ability to edit the book, but not to set the permissions of other contributors. Super user When Booktype is installed on a server, a 'super user' account is created. This account is for the person or people who manage that Booktype installation, and gives write access to all books on that Booktype installation, as well as the ability to perform tasks such as reset passwords, rename files and remove books. This is the highest level of control available and should be restricted to trusted and responsible persons only.Sourcefabric Manuals Sign In / Create Account English | Español | Français | Italiano | Português | Русский | Shqip BOOKS GROUPS PEOPLE Booktype 1.6 for Authors and Publishers Introduction What is Booktype? Roles and Permissions Getting Started My Dashboard Control Center Books Creating a Book Importing a Book Deleting a Book The Edit Interface Creating Chapters Editing a Chapter The Table of Contents Adding Images Settings Publishing Groups Creating a Group Joining a Group Adding a Book to a Group People Communicating Design Formless Content Adding CSS Learn by Sharing Table of Contents Style Copyright Sections Front Page Footers Some Tricks Advanced Command Line Admin Theming the Interface Localizing the Interface Installation Before you install Setting up the database Installation on GNU/Linux Installation on OS X Help Where to get support About this manual What is Booktype? Updated for Booktype 1.6.1 With Booktype you can create books. Real, good-looking paper books you can hold in your hands. You can also use Booktype's powerful, quick output to PDF, EPUB, OpenDocument text and HTML to export books ready for Amazon, iBooks, or your preferred publishing outlet. Booktype is designed to help you produce books with others, or by yourself. Booktype is also a social environment where you can discuss your views about producing books, seek assistance from others, or look for projects to contribute to. Booktype is web-based software which means you do not install it on your computer; rather, you access it through a web browser. It is Free Software (licensed under the GNU Affero GPL), meaning that it can be freely downloaded, re-used and customised. You can install your own copy of Booktype on a server, or alternatively you can set up a cloud-hosted Booktype Pro account and let Sourcefabric, the non-profit organisation which produces Booktype, take care of installation, hosting and security. Some typical uses of the platform might be: Writing books - a work of fiction, manuals, cookbooks etc. Producing printed books Producing ebooks Writing any content as an individual Collaboratively authoring content Rapidly developing content in 'book sprints' Customising existing content to apply to a very specific context Translating a book into another language While you can use Booktype to support traditional book authoring processes, Booktype also supports the rapid development of content in 'book sprints'. A book sprint is an intensive collaborative event where typically six to ten people can focus on writing a book in three to five days. These collaborators might be in the same room or located around the Internet; in either case, they work together simultaneously to produce a book. Booktype was originally developed to facilitate the accelerated production models enabled by book sprints. Hence the feature set matches the rapid pace of publishing possible in the modern era of print-on-demand. Using Booktype, print ready source (book formatted PDF) can be generated in a few minutes, and then uploaded to your favourite print-on-demand service. Whether you are collaborating, writing solo, rapidly developing books, or taking your time - after you have worked with Booktype, you will never think of publishing the old way again.[www.plus.Google.com/#3AurelioCortezIg][@AurelioJuarezCortez]/#0AurelioJuarezCortez

 

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