Documentation not appearing in organizer window


#1

When I open the organizer window in Xcode 5 using the key-shortcut (I can’t find the button that is indicated in the tutorial), it only displays Devices - Projects - Archives. When I open the Documentation Viewer under the help menu, the only main topic is “What’s New in Xcode 5”. None of the other documentation is included. In preferences/downloads, there is a list of various documentation that can be downloaded, but the options do not line up with what the BNR book indicates should be there. Any ideas? Thanks.


#2

Nevermind. Apparently the whole documentation system in 5 is completely different and it looks like it cannot be browsed, only searched. Very odd way of doing things…


#3

So how do we access it?


#4

When typing code you can hit the esc button and there’s a little link for accessing the documentation at the bottom of the pop up. I don’t see anywhere to access it otherwise.

Also, it looks like it is on-line at https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/navigation/index.html if you have a mac dev membership.


#5

I’d recommend downloading the documentation from the preferences. Shift+Option+Command+? will open the documentation for searching. I haven’t found a way to just browse it yet either. You also still have the quick help on the Utilities sidebar.