Commit 317b05f4 authored by Sindhu S's avatar Sindhu S Committed by Kat

help: modified help in accordance with last review

Made changes to name of the application, screenshot of the
application. Modified introductory text to be simpler in
explanation.
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<link type="guide" xref="index"/>
<desc>Introduction to GNOME <app>Terminal</app></desc>
<desc>Introduction to <app>Terminal</app></desc>
</info>
<title>Introduction</title>
<!-- The application is called <app>Terminal</app> in the menu, so we should
use that instead of 'GNOME Terminal'. -->
<p>GNOME Terminal is a terminal emulator application that you can use to
access a UNIX shell environment and run any application available under the
GNOME Desktop environment.</p>
<p>GNOME <app>Terminal</app> emulates the xterm. In turn, xterm emulates a
text terminal with support for escape sequences that control cursor position
and colors.</p>
<!-- You are saying here that an emulator is emulating an emulator, which is a
bit confusing. Improve the first sentence, maybe even merging it into the
second one. -->
<p><app>Terminal</app> is a terminal emulator application to
access a UNIX shell environment and run programs available on your system.
<app>Terminal</app> emulates xterm which supports escape sequences
that control cursor position and colors.</p>
<table>
<tr>
<td>
<media type="image" src="figures/gnome-terminal.png" width="700">
<!-- The screenshot should be only of the application itself, not the whole
desktop. You can use the 'Take screenshot' application to automatically
take a screenshot only of the selected window. -->
<p>Screenshot of GNOME <app>Terminal</app></p>
</media>
</td>
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