Commit 7e99aa59 authored by luz.paz's avatar luz.paz Committed by luz paz

Add other misc. typo fixes

parent c1585d60
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......@@ -2049,7 +2049,7 @@ gimp_number_of_transitions (GArray *pixels,
* gimp_line_art_allow_closure:
* @mask: the current state of line art closure.
* @pixels: the pixels of a candidate closure (spline or segment).
* @fill_pixels: #GList of unsignificant pixels to bucket fill.
* @fill_pixels: #GList of insignificant pixels to bucket fill.
* @significant_size: number of pixels for area to be considered
* "significant".
* @minimum_size: number of pixels for area to be allowed.
......@@ -2059,7 +2059,7 @@ gimp_number_of_transitions (GArray *pixels,
* will be below @minimum_size. If it creates such small areas, the
* function will refuse this candidate spline/segment, with the
* exception of very small areas under @significant_size. These
* micro-area are considered "unsignificant" and accepted (because they
* micro-area are considered "insignificant" and accepted (because they
* can be created in some conditions, for instance when created curves
* cross or start from a same endpoint), and one pixel for each
* micro-area will be added to @fill_pixels to be later filled along
......@@ -866,7 +866,7 @@ gimp_draw_tool_pop_group (GimpDrawTool *draw_tool)
* This function takes image space coordinates and transforms them to
* screen window coordinates, then draws a line between the resulting
* coordindates.
* coordinates.
GimpCanvasItem *
gimp_draw_tool_add_line (GimpDrawTool *draw_tool,
......@@ -66,7 +66,7 @@ static void gimp_selection_tool_cursor_update (GimpTool *tool,
static void gimp_selection_tool_commit (GimpSelectionTool *sel_tool);
static void gimp_selection_tool_halt (GimpSelectionTool *sel_tool,
GimpDisplay *dispaly);
GimpDisplay *display);
static gboolean gimp_selection_tool_check (GimpSelectionTool *sel_tool,
GimpDisplay *display,
......@@ -7,5 +7,4 @@ Gimp Pixmap Brush File Format
The current format for gpb files, the pixmap
brush format is very simple. What it essentially
boils down to is a greyscale gbr (gimp brush) and
a rgb pat (gimp pattern) concatented into the same file.
a rgb pat (gimp pattern) concatenated into the same file.
......@@ -38,8 +38,8 @@ G_BEGIN_DECLS
* @GIMP_EXPORT_CAN_HANDLE_INDEXED: Handles indexed images
* @GIMP_EXPORT_CAN_HANDLE_BITMAP: Handles two-color indexed images
* @GIMP_EXPORT_CAN_HANDLE_ALPHA: Handles alpha channels
* @GIMP_EXPORT_CAN_HANDLE_LAYERS_AS_ANIMATION: Handles aminations of layers
* @GIMP_EXPORT_CAN_HANDLE_LAYERS_AS_ANIMATION: Handles animation of layers
* @GIMP_EXPORT_NEEDS_ALPHA: Needs alpha channels
......@@ -411,7 +411,7 @@ typedef enum
* Foreground extraxt engines.
* Foreground extract engines.
#define GIMP_TYPE_FOREGROUND_EXTRACT_MODE (gimp_foreground_extract_mode_get_type ())
......@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ G_BEGIN_DECLS
* GimpWidgetsError:
* @GIMP_WIDGETS_PARSE_ERROR: A parse error has occured
* @GIMP_WIDGETS_PARSE_ERROR: A parse error has occurred
* Types of errors returned by libgimpwidgets functions
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