This paper is the one and only key reference for all topics related to mz3Tool, MegaZine3, and mz3Viewer. Other documentation still available under old links are at least outdated; so please keep that in mind and use with care.
Differences between the German and English Version
Parts of the German document had been translated automatically; with the usual results: funny wording and broken links. But most pages had been reviewed in the meanwhile and should be “almost” OK (keep in mind that I’m not a native English speaker!).
And there will be differences since I did not literally translate, but re-wrote in English. As a result, some paragraphs might look different. But the general content should be identical. If you know German feel free to switch over to German to see if you find a better/different explanation.
If you want to suggest a better wording or found typos: please let me know: firstname.lastname@example.org
There is no need to read like a book starting on page 1 and finishing with the last page!
You should use it in a way that best fits your needs, preferences, and needs.
If Context Help is active, the information presented changes with every step you do, so always the information actually need is available automatically.
For starters/beginners we recommend Chapter 2. Quick Tours.
Select the best-fit use case and study and follow the steps of the respective chapter. You’ll have your first book completed within minutes!
Most “stuff” is covered in Chapter 4. Main Menu, With a detailed explanation of every single menu item.
This will be your reference with direct access to all menu commands and mz3Tool functionality!
Chapter 6 provides some Details experts and nerds.
This information is not needed for the normal use of mz3Tool, mz3Viewer, and MegaZine3.
Manula – Perfect Framework for Documentation
This paper was created with Manula; and I want to thank Manula with this reference for the big help and support I experienced!
If you ever have or feel the need to “write something down” in a professional way: Please consider Manula!
I found Manula being a perfect tool for building complete documentation in a breeze (The first <200 pages took me less than 2 weeks), offering some big advantages:
For the reader:
- Online Version, perfect Layout for Desktop and Smartphone Users
- Supports PDF Download
- Tracks and shows Modification Date automatically
- Supports several Versions
- Excellent Support for creating and managing Links (internal and external)
- Powerful Search Function
- Multi-Lingual Support
For the Editor:
- Easy to use and well-structured Image Manager (Media Library)
- Links are added effortlessly
- Automatically generated ToC (Table of Content)
- Easy to add and manage images
- Easy and comfortable formatting