+This is a list of Frequently Asked Questions about PySDL2. If you think,
+something is missing, please suggest it!
+... my script fails and complains that a SDL2 library could not be found!
+ Do you use a 64-bit operating system? Please make sure, that the Python
+ interpreter *and* that the SDL2 libraries are either 64-bit ones *or*
+ 32-bit ones. A 32-bit Python interpreter can't deal with a 64-bit library
+ Do you have the libraries properly installed? Did you follow the operating
+ system's way of installing or registering libraries? If you placed the
+ libraries in some folder, make sure that the ``PYSDL2_DLL_PATH``
+ environment variable points to the correct location.
+... the sdl2 API is weird. Why do you use the SDL\_ prefix all the time?
+ The low-level APIs for SDL2, SDL2\_mixer, SDL2\_ttf, ... shall represent a
+ clean wrapping around the original C API calls. Thus, if you have to search
+ for documentation or want to make a Python to C conversion (or C to Python),
+ most of the code cleanly maps to the original API naming and layout and you
+ do not have to think about whether you had to use SDL\_ or TTF\_ or whatever
+... the sdl2 API is does not comply to PEP-8. Please make it PEP-8 compatible.
+ Most of the API is PEP-8 compatible. The low-level bindings to SDL2 and
+ related libraries however use the exact naming (including capital letters)
+ as the functions or structures, they map to. See the previous entry for
+... save my surfaces as image files?
+ You can use :func:`sdl2.SDL_SaveBMP()` to save them as bitmap files. Other
+ formats are currently unsupported, but might be added to
+ the :mod:`sdl2.ext` package in the future.
+... is too hard. Why can't it work the same way as pygame does?
+ The :mod:`sdl2.sdlttf` API does not know about platform-specific font
+ locations and is unable to resolve font paths based on e.g. the font name
+ or typeface. It's not its job and PySDL2 likewise does not provide such
+ functionality. If you need improved font detection support, you might want
+ to take a look at the sysfont module of the python-utils project, which can
+ be found at https://bitbucket.org/marcusva/python-utils/.