doc: Get images and tables all centered and labeled
authorKeith Packard <keithp@keithp.com>
Sun, 1 Nov 2015 12:23:56 +0000 (04:23 -0800)
committerKeith Packard <keithp@keithp.com>
Sun, 1 Nov 2015 14:02:14 +0000 (06:02 -0800)
A bunch of images were using image: instead of image:: and some images
and tables were missing titles.

Signed-off-by: Keith Packard <keithp@keithp.com>
doc/altosui.inc
doc/easymega.inc
doc/easymini.inc
doc/micropeak.txt
doc/specs.inc
doc/telemega.inc
doc/telemetrum.inc
doc/telemini-v1.0.inc
doc/telemini-v2.0.inc

index fb034ad..a7bf444 100644 (file)
 
        === Configure AltosUI
 
-               image:configure-altosui.png[width="2.4in"]
+               .Configure AltosUI Dialog
+               image::configure-altosui.png[width="2.4in"]
 
                This button presents a dialog so that you can
                configure the AltosUI global settings.
 
        === Configure Groundstation
 
-               image:configure-groundstation.png[width="3.1in"]
-
-                       Select this button and then select a
-                       TeleDongle or TeleBT Device from the list
-                       provided.
-
-                       The first few lines of the dialog provide
-                       information about the connected device,
-                       including the product name, software version
-                       and hardware serial number. Below that are the
-                       individual configuration entries.
-
-                       Note that TeleDongle and TeleBT don't save any
-                       configuration data, the settings here are
-                       recorded on the local machine in the Java
-                       preferences database. Moving the device to
-                       another machine, or using a different user
-                       account on the same machine will cause
-                       settings made here to have no effect.
-
-                       At the bottom of the dialog, there are three
-                       buttons:
-
-                       Save::
-                       This writes any changes to the local Java
-                       preferences file. If you don't press this
-                       button, any changes you make will be lost.
-
-                       Reset::
-                       This resets the dialog to the most recently
-                       saved values, erasing any changes you have
-                       made.
-
-                       Close::
-                       This closes the dialog. Any unsaved changes
-                       will be lost.
-
-                       The rest of the dialog contains the parameters
-                       to be configured.
+               .Configure Groundstation Dialog
+               image::configure-groundstation.png[width="3.1in"]
+
+               Select this button and then select a TeleDongle or
+               TeleBT Device from the list provided.
+
+               The first few lines of the dialog provide information
+               about the connected device, including the product
+               name, software version and hardware serial
+               number. Below that are the individual configuration
+               entries.
+
+               Note that TeleDongle and TeleBT don't save any
+               configuration data, the settings here are recorded on
+               the local machine in the Java preferences
+               database. Moving the device to another machine, or
+               using a different user account on the same machine
+               will cause settings made here to have no effect.
+
+               At the bottom of the dialog, there are three
+               buttons:
+
+               Save::
+               This writes any changes to the local Java
+               preferences file. If you don't press this
+               button, any changes you make will be lost.
+
+               Reset::
+               This resets the dialog to the most recently
+               saved values, erasing any changes you have
+               made.
+
+               Close::
+               This closes the dialog. Any unsaved changes
+               will be lost.
+
+               The rest of the dialog contains the parameters
+               to be configured.
 
                ==== Frequency
 
index f6c0643..c126004 100644 (file)
@@ -14,6 +14,7 @@
                EasyMega has two sets of nine screw terminals on the end of
                the board opposite the telemetry antenna. They are as follows:
 
+               .EasyMega Screw Terminals
                [options="header",grid="all",cols="2,3,10"]
                |====
                |Terminal #|Terminal Name|Description
index a7f06c0..fb2b609 100644 (file)
@@ -4,19 +4,25 @@
        image::easymini-top.jpg[width="5.5in"]
 
        EasyMini is built on a 0.8 inch by 1½ inch circuit board. It's
-       designed to fit in a 24mm coupler tube. The connectors and
-       screw terminals match TeleMini v2.0, so you can easily swap between
-       EasyMini and TeleMini.
+       designed to fit in a 24mm coupler tube.
+
+       You usually don't need to configure EasyMini at all; it's set
+       up to do dual-deployment with an event at apogee to separate
+       the airframe and deploy a drogue and another event at 250m
+       (820ft) to deploy the main. Install EasyMini in your airframe,
+       hook up a battery, igniters and a power switch and you're
+       ready to fly.
 
        === EasyMini Screw Terminals
        
-               EasyMini has two sets of four screw terminals on the end of the
-               board opposite the telemetry antenna. Using the picture
+               EasyMini has two sets of four screw terminals near one end of the
+               board. Using the picture
                above, the top four have connections for the main pyro
                circuit and an external battery and the bottom four have
                connections for the apogee pyro circuit and the power
                switch. Counting from the left, the connections are as follows:
 
+               .EasyMini Screw Terminals
                [options="header",grid="all",cols="2,3,10"]
                |====
                |Terminal #|Terminal Name|Description
@@ -53,7 +59,7 @@
                |Switch connection to positive battery terminal
                |====
 
-       === Connecting A Battery To TeleMini v2.0
+       === Connecting A Battery To EasyMini
 
                There are two possible battery connections on
                EasyMini. You can use either method; both feed
@@ -84,7 +90,7 @@
                one of the igniter leads and connecting the other igniter
                lead to the per-channel pyro circuit connection.
 
-               To connect the negative pyro battery terminal to TeleMini
+               To connect the negative pyro battery terminal to EasyMini
                ground, connect it to the negative external battery
                connection, top terminal 4.
 
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@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@
 == The MicroPeak USB adapter
 
        .MicroPeak USB Adapter
-       image::MicroPeakUSB-2.0.jpg[width="4.5in"]
+       image::MicroPeakUSB-2.0.jpg[width="4.5in",align="center"]
 
        MicroPeak stores barometric pressure information for the first
        48 seconds of the flight in on-board non-volatile memory. The
 
                * Start the MicroPeak application.
 
-                 image::micropeak-nofont.svg[width="0.5in"]
+                 image::micropeak-nofont.svg[width="0.5in",align="center"]
 
                * Click on the Download button at the top of the
                   window.
 
                  .MicroPeak Application
-                 image::micropeak-app.png[width="4.5in"]
+                 image::micropeak-app.png[width="4.5in",align="center"]
 
                * Select from the listed devices. There will probably
                  be only one.
 
                  .MicroPeak Device Dialog
-                 image::micropeak-device-dialog.png[width="2.3in"]
+                 image::micropeak-device-dialog.png[width="2.3in",align="center"]
 
                * The application will now wait until it receives
                  valid data from the MicroPeak USB adapter.
 
                  .MicroPeak Download Dialog
-                 image::micropeak-download.png[width="2in"]
+                 image::micropeak-download.png[width="2in",align="center"]
 
                * The MicroPeak USB adapter has a small
                  phototransistor under the hole in the center of the
                  MicroPeak board itself.
 
                  .MicroPeak Downloading
-                 image::MicroPeakUSB-2.0-inuse.jpg[width="4.5in"]
+                 image::MicroPeakUSB-2.0-inuse.jpg[width="4.5in",align="center"]
 
                * After the maximum flight height is reported,
                  MicroPeak will pause for a few seconds, blink the
                  MicroPeak board and try again.
 
                  .MicroPeak Save Dialog
-                 image::micropeak-save-dialog.png[width="2.3in"]
+                 image::micropeak-save-dialog.png[width="2.3in",align="center"]
 
                * Once the data are saved, a graph will be displayed
                  with height, speed and acceleration values computed
                ==== MicroPeak Graphs
 
                        .MicroPeak Graph
-                       image::micropeak-graph.png[width="4.5in"]
+                       image::micropeak-graph.png[width="4.5in",align="center"]
 
                        Under the Graph tab, the height, speed and acceleration values
                        are displayed together. You can zoom in on the graph by
                ==== MicroPeak Flight Statistics
 
                        .MicroPeak Flight Statistics
-                       image::micropeak-statistics.png[width="4.5in"]
+                       image::micropeak-statistics.png[width="4.5in",align="center"]
 
                        The Statistics tab presents overall data from
                        the flight. Note that the Maximum height value
                ==== Raw Flight Data
 
                        .MicroPeak Raw Flight Data
-                       image::micropeak-raw-data.png[width="4.5in"]
+                       image::micropeak-raw-data.png[width="4.5in",align="center"]
 
                        A table consisting of the both the raw barometric pressure
                        data and values computed from that for each recorded time.
                ==== Configuring the Graph
 
                        .MicroPeak Graph Configuration
-                       image::micropeak-graph-configure.png[width="4.5in"]
+                       image::micropeak-graph-configure.png[width="4.5in",align="center"]
 
                        This selects which graph elements to show, and lets you
                        switch between metric and imperial units
        === Setting MicroPeak Preferences
 
                        .MicroPeak Preferences
-                       image::micropeak-preferences.png[width="1.8in"]
+                       image::micropeak-preferences.png[width="1.8in",align="center"]
 
                        The MicroPeak application has a few user settings which are
                        configured through the Preferences dialog, which can be
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@@ -4,6 +4,7 @@
        Here's the full set of Altus Metrum products, both in
        production and retired.
 
+       .Altus Metrum Flight Computer Electronics
        [options="header"]
        |================================
        |Device | Barometer | Z-axis accel | GPS | 3D sensors | Storage | RF Output | Battery
@@ -91,6 +92,7 @@
        |==============================
 
        <<<<
+       .Altus Metrum Flight Computer Mechanical Components
        [options="header",grid="all"]
        |==============================
        |Device|Connectors|Screw Terminals|Width|Length|Tube Size
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@@ -14,6 +14,7 @@
                TeleMega has two sets of nine screw terminals on the end of
                the board opposite the telemetry antenna. They are as follows:
 
+               .TeleMega Screw Terminals
                [options="header",grid="all",cols="2,3,10"]
                |====
                |Terminal #|Terminal Name|Description
index fa7d202..7c9dadb 100644 (file)
@@ -37,6 +37,7 @@
                circuits. Using the picture above and starting from the top,
                the terminals are as follows:
 
+               .TeleMetrum Screw Terminals
                [options="header",grid="all",cols="2,3,10"]
                |=========================
                |Terminal #|Terminal Name|Description
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@@ -26,6 +26,7 @@
                and from the left for the power switch wires, the
                connections are as follows:
 
+               .TeleMini v1.0 Screw Terminals
                [options="header",grid="all",cols="2,3,10"]
                |====
                |Terminal #|Terminal Name|Description
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@@ -18,6 +18,7 @@
                connections for the apogee pyro circuit and the power
                switch. Counting from the left, the connections are as follows:
 
+               .TeleMini v2.0 Screw Terminals
                [options="header",grid="all",cols="2,3,10"]
                |====
                |Terminal #|Terminal Name|Description