Sometimes it's nice when an FAQ covers just about everything a person could possibly ask, even if it bloats the file to be huge. The benefit is that the document is searchable ... and if it's got a table-of-contents like thing at the top, some of us would discover features/settings we didn't realize we wanted/needed!
I was just thinking ... maybe have some major categories in the FAQ such as:
- "How do I...?"
- "What does _____ do?"
- technical issues (i.e. compatibility)
- history and background
Some examples for the first category... admittedly, many are taken from the questions/complaints at addons.mozilla.org.
How do I:
- set up TMP to do what I want? (i.e. where's the Options? for the true newbie)
- get new (blank or home-page) tabs to load in foreground?
- drag a link to an already-existing tab?
- duplicate a tab?
- open results from search bar in new tab? (* Be sure to mention that googlebar has its own preferences that define how it will open new tabs/windows.)
- configure TMP to behave like TBE/TBP/miniT/etc.? (All as separate questions ... I don't know all of the extensions that this one replaces, just that there are a ton of them!)
- change F8/F9 to do what I'm used to it doing?
- make sure I don't accidentally close a tab?
- tell a tab to always open links in new tabs?
(Of course it would also be worthwhile to include the questions, "What does Protect/Lock/Freeze Tab do?")
So far, I think all of the other FAQ ideas mentioned above would fit into these categories... some stuff would be answered in more than one place, but I think redundancy is a good thing in an FAQ (better than having any questions unanswered anyways!)