Commit 14f744d9 authored by maxigaz's avatar maxigaz

Changes to the layout section

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......@@ -112,7 +112,7 @@ If you haven't used Riot on the device you're currently using, the message seen
\draw (6.1,.4) node {\small{\circled{10}}}; % Type a message…
\draw[black,thick,rounded corners] (10.2,0.05) rectangle (12.5,0.75)
(10.56,.4) node {\small{\circled{11}}}; % File sharing and call buttons
\draw[help lines] (0,0) grid (16,11); % Help lines: comment out when finished
% \draw[help lines] (0,0) grid (16,11); % Help lines: comment out when finished
\end{tikzpicture}
\caption{The layout of Riot after having joined a room}
\label{fig:layout}
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\item The avatar of the current room (if an image has been set, that's what appears, otherwise, the first character of the room ID or room title appears) its title and topic (if set). If you click on the title of the room the room settings will appear.
\item Room settings and search in the room.
\item Select room member list (the number on the latter shows how many members the room currently has), files uploaded to the room, and notifications of someone mentioning you. Click any of these the second time to hide the sidebar. (When hidden,clicking the \texttt{<} symbol will show the sidebar again.)
\item The list of the rooms you've visited. They fall into 5 different categories: \textsc{Favourites}, \textsc{People} (includes rooms with 2 or fewer members, so it's easier to find private messages), \textsc{Rooms} (includes rooms with 3 or more members), \textsc{Low Priority}, and \textsc{Historical} (includes those you've visited in the past but since left). Rooms can be added to the categories Favourite and Low Priority by dragging them with the mouse, and they can also be rearranged within these categories. Also, each category can be collapsed and opened by clicking on their name.
\item Sent messages and other information in the room (e.g.\ somebody has joined or started a conference call).
\item The list of the rooms you've visited.
\begin{itemize}
\item They fall into 5 different categories: \textsc{Favourites}, \textsc{People} (includes rooms with 2 or fewer members, so it's easier to find private messages), \textsc{Rooms} (includes rooms with 3 or more members), \textsc{Low Priority}, and \textsc{Historical} (includes those you've visited in the past but since left).
\item Rooms can be added to the categories Favourite and Low Priority by dragging them with the mouse, and they can also be rearranged within these categories.
\item Also, each category can be collapsed and opened by clicking on their name.
\item If you hover the mouse on a room in the list, you'll be able to see a button with three dots on it. Click on it to change notification settings applied for that room.
\end{itemize}
\item Sent messages and other information in the room (e.g.\ somebody has joined or started a conference call). Messages containing your display name sent by someone else will automatically be highlighted (the colour of the text will be red).
\item Members of the current room. In the text box at the top, you can filter the members of the room by their display name or ID. By hovering the mouse on their name, their current status will appear (online, idle, or offline).
\item Start a new chat with somebody, go to the room directory (listing available public rooms), create a new empty room, and account settings.
\item In the text box, you can enter your instant messages or commands (examples can be found in Table \ref{tab:irccommands}), and submit them with pressing Enter. \href{https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markdown}{Markdown} is supported, which helps you easily format parts of your messages (e.g.\ make it bold, add hyperlinks and lists).
\item In the text box, you can enter your instant messages or commands (examples can be found in Table \ref{tab:irccommands}), and submit them with pressing Enter. Mention others' names to get their attention. \href{https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markdown}{Markdown} is supported, which helps you easily format parts of your messages (e.g.\ make it bold, add hyperlinks and lists).
\item Upload a file, start a voice call, and start a video call with the participant(s) of the room you're in currently.
% \item Invite people to the current room.
\end{enumerate}
\section{Integrations and bridges}
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\end{tabular}
\end{table}
\section{Further information and support}
Do you have a question you haven't found your answer to? Feel free to visit one of the following Matrix rooms and ask away: \href{https://matrix.to/#/#riot:matrix.org}{Riot}, \href{https://matrix.to/#/#android.org}{Riot for Android}, \href{https://matrix.to/#/#ios.org}{Riot for iOS}.
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