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1-29-2008 @ 10:03AM
That's because most of the people developing add-ons probably have some real-world development experience. Those of us in the field of development never write documentation; we leave that to the technical writers. :)Kidding aside, I do agree that a lot of add-ons need more documentation.What I would really like to see is some sort of global add-on debug mode or something that will easily identify pieces of an add-on when you mouseover them. If you have ever installed an add-on compilation before you know what I am referring to......those times when one annoying little blip is on your screen that you are dying to get rid of but you can't figure out which add-on is the culprit.
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