[haiku-commits] haiku: hrev44114 - src/documentation/uiguidelines

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  • Date: Sun, 6 May 2012 03:05:14 +0200 (CEST)

hrev44114 adds 1 changeset to branch 'master'
old head: ec3fd1713a48109bbc977cfc3addcc5f5ddf69d3
new head: d7f114cf1c1f73ebbf6f93f3a42e255f3c421431

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d7f114c: Fixed typo. Spotted by ddavid123, thanks!  #8521

                                        [ Matt Madia <mattmadia@xxxxxxxxx> ]

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Revision:    hrev44114
Commit:      d7f114cf1c1f73ebbf6f93f3a42e255f3c421431
URL:         http://cgit.haiku-os.org/haiku/commit/?id=d7f114c
Author:      Matt Madia <mattmadia@xxxxxxxxx>
Date:        Sat May  5 21:06:59 2012 UTC

Ticket:      https://dev.haiku-os.org/ticket/8521

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1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)
src/documentation/uiguidelines/HaikuHIG.xml |    2 +-

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diff --git a/src/documentation/uiguidelines/HaikuHIG.xml 
b/src/documentation/uiguidelines/HaikuHIG.xml
index 88abf5d..9a3011f 100644
--- a/src/documentation/uiguidelines/HaikuHIG.xml
+++ b/src/documentation/uiguidelines/HaikuHIG.xml
@@ -399,7 +399,7 @@ There are other possible ways, but these should be enough 
for you to get the ide
 <sect1>
 <title>Replicants</title>
 
-<para>Replicants take their cue from Dolly the sheep in allowing a BView to be 
closned and allow you to do Really Neat Things(TM). As cool as replicant 
technology is, it is only an emerging technology in other operating systems and 
is unfamiliar to most users in general. As such, it is best left as an extra 
feature and not the primary mode of operation for a program. Here are some 
guidelines for using them, however.
+<para>Replicants take their cue from Dolly the sheep in allowing a BView to be 
cloned and allow you to do Really Neat Things(TM). As cool as replicant 
technology is, it is only an emerging technology in other operating systems and 
is unfamiliar to most users in general. As such, it is best left as an extra 
feature and not the primary mode of operation for a program. Here are some 
guidelines for using them, however.
 
 <orderedlist>
 <listitem>It is appropriate for program to be a replicant if it is a 
lightweight program which provides information or a feature which the user will 
want to be able to access frequently.</listitem>


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