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Lucene example source code file (note.txt)

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Java - Lucene tags/keywords

done, done, enable, issues, issues, legend, like, notes, see, todo, todo, use, use

The Lucene note.txt source code

Notes for developer:

TODO -> blocker
DONE -> blocker
ToDo -> enhancement bug
done -> enhancement bug

- the corner images should be rendered through svg with the header color.
-> DONE 
-> ToDo: get rid of the images and use only divs!

- the menu points should be displayed "better". 
-- Use the krysalis-site menu approach for the overall menu display.
-- Use the old lenya innermenu approch to further enhance the menu .

- the content area needs some attention.
-- introduce the heading scheme from krysalis (<headings type="clean|box|underlined"/>)
-> DONE 
-> ToDo: make box with round corners
-> done: make underlined with variable border height
-> ToDo: make underline with bottom round corner
-- introduce the toc for each html-page
-- introduce the external-link-images.

- the publish note should be where now only a border is. 
Like <div id="published"/>
, but make it configurable.
- footer needs some attention
-- the footer do not have the color profile! Enable it!
-- the footer should as well contain a feedback link. 
See http://issues.apache.org/eyebrowse/ReadMsg?listName=forrest-user@xml.apache.org&msgNo=71

- introduce credits alternativ location

- border for published / breadtrail / menu /tab divs 
-> ToDo

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