Ralf Hemmecke <***@hemmecke.de> writes:
| On 09/13/2006 09:19 PM, Gabriel Dos Reis wrote:
| > "Page, Bill" <***@drdc-rddc.gc.ca> writes:
| > [...]
| > | If Axiom is not available locally, then such links should
| > | automatically link to a standard remote website with similar
| > | magic.
| > that should be an option -- I would hate to see Axiom suddenly starts
| > competing with other network hungry software for access to the net.
| Gaby, I don't understand. If you have a documentation of Axiom and
| click on a like then you should get somewhere or the link should not
| show at all. I would prefer a local documentation ie, the link goes to
| some local html, but if that cannot be found the link should either
| directly link to some resources on the net or at least link to some
| footnote that tells you the appropriate URL.
What I was saying is that I would like to have that as an option --
i.e. if the documentation is not locally available, I would prefer to
be given the opportunity to chose whether Axiom should contact the
world or just say "sorry, documentation missing".