Free Scratch-n-sniff Stickers for Zen! Plus Printable Palantir Pages in PDF!

by John Albin Wilkins

Did you miss Palantir's reference cards? At Drupalcon DC, the Palantiri were handing out two Drupal reference cards to those who came by our table and to those who hunted us down.

But, there's good news! If you missed us at Drupalcon, there's no need to stalk Crell to get one. You can simply download them for free!

  • Zen 6.x-2.x Reference Card
  • Forms Reference / Common Hooks and Functions Card

Minty Fresh!

Did you miss Palantir's reference cards? At Drupalcon DC, the Palantiri were handing out two Drupal reference cards to those who came by our table and to those who hunted us down.

But, there's good news! If you missed us at Drupalcon, there's no need to stalk Crell to get one. You can simply download them for free!

patch -p0 < zen-sticker

So I got a bit of a shock on the last day of Drupalcon; someone came up to me after a session and pointed out a major error on the Zen 6.x-2.x reference card. It seems Illustrator decided to add some minus signs in front of some positive pixel values. eep. This is why we are a web company and not a print company. :-p

So, if you got a Zen ref card in DC, pay no attention to the "Example Margins for Zen's Layout Method" image. It lies! And it will totally mess with your head (even more than the well-documented, correct version of the image will.)

Fortunately, we have a patch for your Zen Ref card! Simply fill out the Zen Reference Card Sticker Request Form and we will mail you a sticker which you can place over the offending image. (Editor's note: We're no longer offering the Zen stickers via mail, you'll instead need to get them from us in person)

Sadly, I lied in the title of this post; you will have to provide your own smells.

Comments

Hi,

I downloaded both of these quick reference cards and will probably get some immediate use from the Zen card as I attempt to convert a standard intranet design into a Drupal theme.

For documents like this there's the problem of keeping track of them. More and more I rely on search.

And that leads to my suggestion for the Form card:

find a logical place to put the word "Drupal" somewhere on the card. It's likely I'll be searching for drupal resources in general (using spotlight on the mac) than for form specific info (though that may just be me).

The other card does have a link to drupal.org, so that's good, though it probably wouldn't hurt to add Drupal as a standalone word somewhere in the doc.

Anyway, that's it for now. Thanks for making these available!

Good point, but you can easily help yourself immediately by adding a comment to the pdf in Preview.app, and/or add some spotlight comments (metadata) to the files, in Get Info in the Finder.

Enjoy!

I'm disappointed. Perhaps *my* next reference card will smell like an Oreo Milkshake from Potbelly. After all, anything less would be uncivilized.

didn't know that. great! and thanks for the card... just plunging into drupal and this looks invaluable! will print it out and put it under my pillow...