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Add some screenshots to README or the website #500

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alexara opened this Issue Oct 26, 2018 · 12 comments

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alexara commented Oct 26, 2018

This would help much to get a first impression. :-)

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claucece commented Oct 26, 2018

We have some screenshots in the website: https://coy.im/how-to-use/ .. but we can definitely make them better.. what do you think is mostly needed?

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alexara commented Oct 26, 2018

We have some screenshots in the website: https://coy.im/how-to-use/

Oh, I had overlooked that particular page! :)

what do you think is mostly needed?

Looking through the eye of a potential user or collaborator, I would be interested to see how the app looks like in a typical everyday use, before I start to consider downloading it.

That is why I expected to find a screenshot at least on https://coy.im/what-is-coyim/ and maby also at the GitHub README page.

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baimafeima commented Nov 3, 2018

Any chance to get a new release out soon? The last one is over a year old.

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claucece commented Nov 3, 2018

@alexara I agree, we should definitely have more of this over the website. Maybe some in the README. I'll keep it in mind.

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olabini commented Feb 13, 2019

@claucece - do you think you would have the possibility of adding a few to the README?

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claucece commented Feb 13, 2019

@olabini yes! I actually was thinking on doing so. Also, some of the screens have changed. So, if we do a new release, we have to change them to.

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olabini commented Feb 13, 2019

Perfect, that would be fantastic (you mean changing them on the website, right?)

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claucece commented Feb 13, 2019

Yes :)

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claucece commented Feb 18, 2019

Images have been changed on the website :)

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olabini commented Feb 18, 2019

Great, that's awesome! Will you be able to put some images in the README too?

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claucece commented Feb 18, 2019

Yes! I was just thinking how to make them look nice.. let's see.

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olabini commented Feb 18, 2019

This was finished in the last few commits.

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