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Pictorial Community User Guide

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Ian_JorgensenIan_Jorgensen Wellington, New ZealandStaff Posts: 283
edited April 16 in Deluge Support Content

A simple pictorial guide put together by Jon Hutton that explains all key functionality of the Deluge better than we ever could.
The guide gets updated with each new software update too.

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    darenagerdarenager Between a rack and a hardware placePosts: 164

    Looks great! Well done and thanks to Jon Hutton!

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    RandomAztecRandomAztec IrelandPosts: 90

    Just what I need. Thanks john

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    VondragonnogginVondragonnoggin California, USAPosts: 189

    This is great. Many thanks!

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    highstandardshighstandards CHPosts: 52

    How do we contribute? There are a couple of mistakes and omissions.

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    happyclimberhappyclimber francePosts: 41

    whaou , thanks a lot !!!

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    fluteheadflutehead Frankfurt, GermanyPosts: 36

    Cool idea and realization! Thanks!

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    ChandrojiChandroji Berlin / GermanyPosts: 9

    That’s a great resource helping understanding the Deluge!
    Thanks a lot for your work Jon Hutton! 👍

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    JonHJonH United KingdomPosts: 5

    Just a quick note - am the author of the guide and just created this new account on the forums to help with ongoing support of it. I didn't even realise Ian had created this thread until I saw it this week but this is the best place for it to live and for updates to be posted. I will see if Ian can make me a Sticky Comment to go at the top of this thread then can edit with latest version to download, information on updates, corrections, etc. Also will post the source files from draw.io so it can live on if I get hit by a bus (hopefully unlikely) or I end up selling my Deluge (close to impossible).

    In the meantime, please post in this thread with any errors that need fixing, missing commands or other recommendations. Or can DM me instead if prefer. If anyone would like to actively contribute to updating the guide let me know too - I didn't call it the Community Guide for nothing. Also would like to get the new v3.0 stuff in there close to launch and looking like there will be a lot to add, luckily for us :smile:

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    JonHJonH United KingdomPosts: 5

    @Ian_Jorgensen - As per comment please can you make this comment Sticky to go at the top of this Thread, then I can edit as needed. Cheers, Jon

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    Ian_JorgensenIan_Jorgensen Wellington, New ZealandStaff Posts: 283

    @JonH said:
    @Ian_Jorgensen - As per comment please can you make this comment Sticky to go at the top of this Thread, then I can edit as needed. Cheers, Jon

    Sorry Jon, I can only make threads sticky, not comments within threads. If you email me whenever you've done updates etc, I'll just pop that detail in the first post.

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    ooijjooijj BerlinPosts: 7

    Thank you @JonH !

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    EddyEddy ColognePosts: 196

    Thank you John, nice work!

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    JonHJonH United KingdomPosts: 5

    Taken a while to get round to (broken Deluge + busy job!) but here's the updated CUG (DRAFT) for Version 3.0

    The original idea was to try and capture all button pressing & knob twiddling combos - plus a few other useful bits of info. Not trying to cover all items in the manual.

    Am sure a few commands are wrong, no longer valid (have tried to remove and update old ones where possible) or missing. Please drop me a message here or on facebook "Deluge Users" Group with the command reference (eg, WF03) and I'll try and get it fixed up.

    I am happy to share source files from draw.io (free web-based tool) if people want them. I'll add another post here once out of draft but URL link below will remain the same I hope.

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/lwx9mq6xuh7qcst/Community User Guide 3.0 DRAFT.pdf?dl=0

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    DiamondEyesDiamondEyes Maidenhead, UKPosts: 21

    This is awesome!!! Thanks

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    SammySammy DurnessPosts: 6

    Wow, thats a great guide there Jon, thank you!

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    DocPDocP FrancePosts: 1

    Thank you for that great job!

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    JimboJimbo Portland, ORPosts: 10

    Thank you very much! Us visual learners appreciate this.

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