Commit aaa0da44 authored by Agata Cacko's avatar Agata Cacko Committed by Raghavendra Kamath

Remove mentions of draft, disable WebIDE picture

Now all changes should go to master, so no need to mention draft at all.
WebIDE picture was wrong, not only did it mention draft, but also it shows
the official repository as a correct repository to be in when you're using this mode,
which is incorrect (you should be using your fork).
parent 4cd9d9f5
......@@ -118,7 +118,7 @@ If you have a lot of changes you want to contribute, we recommend trying to foll
#. Gitlab has an option to Edit files in the gitlab itself. To access this, go to :menuselection:`Repository --> Files`.
#. At the top of the page you see a dropbox with ``master`` as a chosen item; please select ``draft`` if your changes contain anything other than pure typo fixes.
#. At the top of the page you should see a dropbox with ``master`` as a chosen item.
#. Find the file you want to edit, open it and then click :guilabel:`Edit`.
......@@ -150,7 +150,7 @@ Not recommended when you don't know what a branch is (see :ref:`merge-request-ed
#. Go to your fork (make sure the url contains your username).
#. Make sure you're on ``draft``, not on ``master``, unless your changes contain *only* spelling and grammatical fixes.
#. Make sure you're on the ``master`` branch.
#. Click :guilabel:`WebIDE`. This should take you to a page that has a list of files on the left side and a big empty space for file contents on the right side.
......@@ -168,8 +168,8 @@ Not recommended when you don't know what a branch is (see :ref:`merge-request-ed
#. To create a new merge request manually, go to Krita Manual official repository (make sure the url *doesn't* contain your username now) and click :guilabel:`Create a new merge request` (bright green button at the left). Select your fork and select the branch that you've created in WebIDE.
.. image:: /images/gitlab/screenshot_webidemode.png
:width: 1000px
.. .. image:: /images/gitlab/screenshot_webidemode.png
.. :width: 1000px
.. note::
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