There is a one sentence mention of the text interface in section 2.3 of
the Greenstone User's Guide, and a brief example of specifying the
text-only version of an image in the "Controlling the Greenstone user
interface" section of the Developer's Guide.
You can see the text mode by visiting a Greenstone collection, choosing
Preferences and then changing the Interface Format to "Textual". We
don't use the text mode much so they may be a few places where a text
alternative to an image hasn't been specified.
Dan Wendling wrote:
>Hello, I would like to use text links instead of image
>buttons. I can find a few references in the
>developer's guide and in a DLIB article to a "text
>only" version of the interface. Where can I find more
>information about this?
>The Books from the Past collection available from the
>Greenstone examples page is the type of thing I'm
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