Commit 628f4d29 authored by Yuri Chornoivan's avatar Yuri Chornoivan Committed by Rodrigo Moya

Fix typos in new docs

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<section id="date-time">
<title>Date/Time Format</title>
<list>
<p>You can change the format of the <gui>Date</gui> column by setting your prefered format.</p><p>The placeholders in the format expression are strftime variables.</p>
<p>You can change the format of the <gui>Date</gui> column by setting your preferred format.</p><p>The placeholders in the format expression are strftime variables.</p>
</list>
</section>
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<title>Using Recurrence</title>
<p>If you have an appointment that takes place regurlarly, you can define its recurrence by clicking the <gui>Recurrence</gui> button in the <gui>Appointment Editor</gui> or by clicking <guiseq><gui>Options</gui><gui>Recurrence</gui></guiseq>. You can then choose a time and date when the appointment stops recurring, and, under <gui>Exceptions</gui>, pick individual days when the appointment does not recur. Make your selections from left to right, and you form a sentence: "Every two weeks on Monday and Friday until January 3, 2015" or "Every month on the first Friday for 12 occurrences."</p>
<p>If you have an appointment that takes place regularly, you can define its recurrence by clicking the <gui>Recurrence</gui> button in the <gui>Appointment Editor</gui> or by clicking <guiseq><gui>Options</gui><gui>Recurrence</gui></guiseq>. You can then choose a time and date when the appointment stops recurring, and, under <gui>Exceptions</gui>, pick individual days when the appointment does not recur. Make your selections from left to right, and you form a sentence: "Every two weeks on Monday and Friday until January 3, 2015" or "Every month on the first Friday for 12 occurrences."</p>
</page>
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<title>Using a Google addressbook</title>
<p>To add such an adress book to Evolution, perform the following steps:</p>
<p>To add such an address book to Evolution, perform the following steps:</p>
<steps>
<item><p>Click <guiseq><gui>File</gui><gui>New</gui><gui>Address Book</gui></guiseq>.</p></item>
<item><p>Select the type <gui>Google</gui>.</p></item>
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<!-- For GNOME2 the steps are to define the gconf keys /desktop/gnome/url-handlers/http and /https -->
<p>You can set the system-wide default browser in GNOME 3 under <guiseq><gui>Activities</gui><gui>Applications</gui><gui>System Settings</gui><gui>System</gui><gui>System Info</gui><gui>Default Applications</gui></guiseq>.</p>
<p>If the prefered browser is set as default application but still does not work correctly please contact your distribution via their forum or bug tracker.</p>
<p>If the preferred browser is set as default application but still does not work correctly please contact your distribution via their forum or bug tracker.</p>
<note><p>GNOME 3 users with a technical background can tweak these settings by defining scheme-handlers in <file>$HOME/.local/share/applications/mimeapps.list</file>.</p></note>
</page>
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<title>Exporting calendar data</title>
<p>To export a complete calendar, right-click on the calendar in the list of calendars and click <gui>Save as</gui>. Available formats are iCalendar format (ICS, recommended), comma seperated values (CSV), and RDF format.</p>
<p>To export a complete calendar, right-click on the calendar in the list of calendars and click <gui>Save as</gui>. Available formats are iCalendar format (ICS, recommended), comma separated values (CSV), and RDF format.</p>
<p>If you want to export only one appointment, right-click on the appointment and click <gui>Save as iCalendar...</gui>.</p>
</page>
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</section>
<section id="misc">
<title>Miscelleanous</title>
<title>Miscellaneous</title>
<list>
<item><p>
Evolution/Mozilla/Outlook CSV/Tab (.csv, .tab):</p>
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</info>
<title>Format of dates and time</title>
<p>You can change the format of the <gui>Date</gui> column by setting your prefered format under <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Mail Preferences</gui><gui>Headers</gui><gui>Date/Time format</gui></guiseq>.</p><p>The placeholders in the format expression are strftime variables.</p>
<p>You can change the format of the <gui>Date</gui> column by setting your preferred format under <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Preferences</gui><gui>Mail Preferences</gui><gui>Headers</gui><gui>Date/Time format</gui></guiseq>.</p><p>The placeholders in the format expression are strftime variables.</p>
<!-- TODO:POST-3-2: Where to get a list of strftime variables? -->
<!-- TODO: Time formats settings for Calendar (calendar-layout-appointment-display), Contacts (Edit>Prefs>Contacts) are split everywhere, probably introduce a guide page linking to these three pages -->
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<title>Sending a message to several recipients</title>
<p>To send a message to more than one person, enter the addresses in the composer by seperating them with commas or semicolons.</p>
<p>To send a message to more than one person, enter the addresses in the composer by separating them with commas or semicolons.</p>
<section id="to-cc-bcc-meaning">
<title>Recipient types</title>
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<p>Switcher layout when a new message has arrived</p>
</media>
<p>In order to get also notified of new messages in the GNOME Notification area at the bottom of the screen, make sure that <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Plugins</gui><gui>Mail Notification</gui></guiseq> is enabled and that you have set your prefered options in the <gui>Configuration</gui> tab.</p>
<p>In order to get also notified of new messages in the GNOME Notification area at the bottom of the screen, make sure that <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Plugins</gui><gui>Mail Notification</gui></guiseq> is enabled and that you have set your preferred options in the <gui>Configuration</gui> tab.</p>
<media type="image" src="./figures/new-mail-notification.png" width="512">
<p>Switcher layout when a new message has arrived</p>
</media>
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