First, I'd like to point out that the user manual is pretty well written and intuitive, relatively easy to follow and very useful.
Now, with the obligatory brown nosing out of the way, I'd also like to say that it really needs a back button. My feature request is probably a duplicate of this feature request:
I need "Go to last page" button for Studio One Manual
But it didn't really get a lot of attention so I'd like to bring it up again. In short, there are a lot of links through out the manual that takes you to other places, but no way to return to where you were to continue reading.
So for example, if I'm reading about recording, one of the instructions will be choose an FX chain, which will be a link taking you to a page that will tell you all about FX chains. But if I click the link, to remind myself what FX chains are, there's no way to get back to where I was to continue reading about audio recording. I have to go search it out again.
Also, since user manual related feature requests don't seem to get much attention, I'd like to re-introduce a few other previous feature requests regarding the manual for further review.
Since the manual update requests don't seem to get a lot of attention from the general public, it would be nice if the developers would consider just taking the initiative. It probably wouldn't take "that" much time and would be a great help to us nerds that actually read the manual.
Four ways to improve the user manual
Why is the Studio One Reference Manual lacking thorough graphics?
FR: Search Function Refinements in the v3 Reference Manual
Reference Manual Window "Always-on-Top" Should be Optional/Configurable in S1v3.2
I'm inclined to think from a time standpoint, these manual improvements could potentially cut down on a lot of the repeat questions that I see in here. Sometimes basic questions get repeated so many times in here that regular visitors start ignoring them. I think that the manual improvements mentioned in the previous links as well as my own request could reduce those. (sorry if that sounded redundant)