The help files the the Dict objects seem unfinished, or at least could be simplified.
For those of us not working in Jitter, or with other object-oriented languages, displaying the references to objects is more confusing than showing how the messages are used with the objects themselves.
I keep putting in an actual Dict object to see how the other objects work.
Connecting a dict object to the output of dict.pack shows how it works in context. Even clearer would be to include a dict.view object to show its contents actively changing.
Without it, users are looking at the reference (dictionary u007000984, for example), which I find needlessly confusing. How does this show me how to easily use the object?
Similarly, the advanced tab in dict.pack help doesn’t show how referencing other dictionaries can be easily used. In this case, as a user, I’d like to be able to double click the dict objects and see the origins and results.