Ideal -ible FORMAT?? Answered
Back in the day, I read Popular mechanics all the time. They had a page for nifty home projects. Kind of the instructables of the time. As I recall, the whole idea was conveyed in 1 pic. If you knew how to use tools, you could do it.
I find myself annoyed with having to click through pages of steps in instructables. But maybe that's just me. Maybe that's a better format for a generation without shop class and scoutmasters.
I'm looking for feedback here. Am I the only one who likes all the instructions on 1 page? Do my -ibles with 1 big block of text and "refer to fig 3" work for you guys? (it would be nice if photo -ibles could have figure numbers on pics) But maybe that's too old school. https://www.instructables.com/id/HarpoonGrappling-Hook-Gun/
One of my buddies said my format would make printing it up easy. Usually I like to have directions on paper if I'm gonna refer to them while turning a wrench and gettin filthy.
As far as a typical reader on -ibles, what's the best format?