This soft looks pretty cool but i have problem with understanding it. Is there any other documentation then current one somewhere? This one doesn't make sense for me. I cannto understand methods and what do they do as well as some properties. This is just a list of things that for complete beginner does not make sense although I know quite well AS.
Hello bootchec, and welcome to Scriptographer.com
What you need are tutorials that give an introduction on how things work. As Scriptographer is still work in progress, we're unfortunatelly not quite there yet.
But now that the new site is online, and the user base seems to be growing, this is the next field to recieve the main focus.
Honestly I do not know what I can do with that tool simply because I do not know how to use it. Looks like very powerful tool tho.
Tutorials may be good but this is coding so they would not explain everything as good as documentation. The samples are great and show plenty of possibilities and so far are only way for me to understand how it may work.
Code samples would be great and short description of usage of the methods and what properties mean as well.
Documentation example(I would find it helpful):
Rectangle(x, y, w, h)
Description of what is that etc
Parameters for method
description of all of them and how to pass them
Methods for object:
add(arg0) - what it does/return and link to more info on this method
Properties for object:
bounds - what does it mean what arguments can be passed etc
simple code how-to
Documentation of it would be quite tough job I think but without that it is very difficult to understand it and there are just few samples one can get something from.
Of course you're right, and I'm very aware of this. It's on the list of things to be done, and hopefully some of the more advanced users help me writing parts of it, as this takes a lot of time otherwise.
As you may have noticed, the scafold for documentation is there, so you have at least a hint about what's there already to be used. And many of the function and parameter names explain what they do.