What I mean is, it's not something you have to do numerous times to get your board installed. It doesn't really matter if it's 20 pages long, if you only have to do it the once and you get a board out of it at the end I'm sure people don't mind too much. The amount of information you have to add is pretty minimal. In fact you really only have to type things in on two pages if I remember rightly.
What's the alternative?
One very long page? If you did that and there was a problem, you would have to scour all the information to find what's been flagged up. This way you get one page, that's correct, move to the next page etc. It's a very logical process and it also helps us solve installation problems for people because we know certain tasks have been successful and you can target much more easily where the problem is.
hm2k wrote:Hardly appealing for users when the installer is crap is it?
You're the first person I've seen who hasn't liked it.
And you still haven't really mentioned anything that's wrong with it.