As you may notice, this handbook is written by various authors. The draft explanation of new features is done by the developers on the krusader-devel mailinglist, the editors add this information in this handbook. We have taken much care in ensuring technical and vocabulary consistency. The authors write in English even though it is not their native language; therefore, you may notice strange sentence constructions. Do not hesitate to let us know, if something is not clear to you.
An open source project's greatest strength is derived from getting user feedback. That is why we would love to hear what you have to say. Documentation contributors are always welcome!, since this is a time consuming task. If you have ideas on how to improve the content, if you would like to write about an undocumented Krusader feature, or if you have comments or suggestions about the Krusader Handbook, please let us know. You can contact us even if you find typos!
For information about the Krusader documentation project,
please contact the Krusader documentation coordinator, Yuri Chornoivan
This handbook is available in several formats.
The most recent version of this handbook is available when using Krusader from Git.
If you are using a development or Git version, it is possible that the latest new features are not yet in the “The Krusader Handbook”. Please read the Changelog file online or in the Krusader sources to find out more about the new features. For a brief description, please read the NEWS file online or in the Krusader sources. User feedback and Bug reports are always welcome!
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