Instalar archivo de ayuda

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FreeCAD Archivos de ayuda

La documentación offline de FreeCAD se construye a partir del wiki de FreeCAD utilizando scripts. Ha crecido hasta un tamaño de archivo de más de 220 MB. Estos grandes archivos no forman parte de los instaladores y ejecutables de FreeCAD, pero pueden instalarse por separado como se documenta aquí.

Se fomenta la traducción por parte de la comunidad, por lo que la documentación offline ya está disponible también en francés e italiano. Otros idiomas pueden estar en diferentes etapas de terminación.

Descargar archivos de ayuda

Una documentación funcionando offline consiste en al menos dos archivos: freecad.qhc la configuración de Qt-helpfile y freecad.qch el Qt-helpfile comprimido. Se juntan en un archivo ZIP.

The helpfiles can be downloaded here: https://github.com/FreeCAD/FreeCAD/releases/download/0.19.2/FreeCAD.0_19.Offline.Doc.7z

As a future option they can be installed from within FreeCAD with the Addon Manager.

The help files do always have the same names: freecad.qhc and freecad.qch. In order to have different version of the helpfiles, these need to be installed in different directories. In case of a manual download, just store the zip-file locally and extract the archive into the wanted directory.

Registrar la documentación

The documentation system of FreeCAD uses Qt Assistant. You should install this program first, if you don't have it.

The actual organization of the offline help allow only one helpfile to be active. It is therefore not possible to have helpfiles in different languages accessible from FreeCAD at the same time.

In order to make another FreeCAD documentation active the following steps have to be applied:

  • Click inside FreeCAD in the menu Help → Help. The program Qt-assistant should open.
  • In Qt-assistant click in the menu Edit → preferences.
  • In the preferences dialog click on the Documentation tab.
  • In the list registered documentation select org.freecad.usermanual and click on the button Remove.
  • Close the dialog with OK, but do not close the Qt-assistant. This is important as otherwise another helpfile will not be registered.
  • Open again the preferences dialog via the menu Edit → preferences.
  • Select the tab documentation and click the button Add...
  • In the dialog navigate to your new helpfile and select freecad.qch
  • close the dialog by confirming your selection. In the Documentation tab in the preferences there should now be a line with org.freecad.usermanual.
  • Close the Preferences with OK.
  • You should now have the new documentation available in the Qt-assistant, which is accessible from within FreeCAD.

A Note About Ubuntu

Difficulties may arise when trying to install the documentation packages on Ubuntu (for example, freecad-doc or freecad-daily-doc). If this is found to be the case, then executing the following steps will enable you to have offline documentation.

  • Download the freecad.qhc and freecad.qch help files from https://github.com/FreeCAD/FreeCAD/releases/download/0.19.2/FreeCAD.0_19.Offline.Doc.7z and extract them using 7zip.
  • Alternatively, you can instead get the development versions of the freecad.qhc and freecad.qch help files from GitHub. You will need to concatenate the .part files together: cat freecad.qch.part00 freecad.qch.part01 freecad.qch.part02 freecad.qch.part03 > freecad.qch.
  • With administrative privileges (e.g., sudo), copy or move freecad.qhc and freecad.qch to /usr/share/doc/freecad-doc/. If you are using freecad-daily, this will instead be /usr/share/doc/freecad-daily-doc/.