Commit f3b4d30d authored by Andre Klapper's avatar Andre Klapper 💬

help: Fix invalid Mallard markup

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<title>Gnote Common Issues</title>
<list>
<item><title>Does <app>Gnote</app> work with <app>Tomboy</app>?</title><p>You can import <app>Tomboy</app> Notes. A plugin has to be activated.</p>
<item><p>Does <app>Gnote</app> work with <app>Tomboy</app>?</p><p>You can import <app>Tomboy</app> Notes. A plugin has to be activated.</p>
</item>
<item><title>How to automatically start <app>Gnote</app> when I log in?</title>
<item><p>How to automatically start <app>Gnote</app> when I log in?</p>
<p>To start Gnote automatically when you log into GNOME, run <app>gnome-session-properties</app>.</p>
</item>
<item><title>I'm not comfortable with new single-window interface</title><p>You can make <app>Gnote</app> behave the old way by selecting <gui>Always open notes in new window</gui> in Preferences dialog.</p></item>
<item><p>I'm not comfortable with new single-window interface</p><p>You can make <app>Gnote</app> behave the old way by selecting <gui>Always open notes in new window</gui> in Preferences dialog.</p></item>
</list>
</page>
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<p>Use the <gui>Text</gui> button to format text within your notes. This button displays a menu with several commands:</p>
<list>
<item><title>Undo</title>
<item><p>Undo</p>
<p>The <gui>Undo</gui> command reverts changes made to your note during the current session. To undo using the keyboard, press <keyseq><key>Ctrl</key><key>Z</key></keyseq>.</p>
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<item><title>Redo</title>
<item><p>Redo</p>
<p>The <gui>Redo</gui> command puts back changes that were removed using the <gui>Undo</gui> feature. To redo your last change using the keyboard, press <keyseq><key>Shift</key><key>Ctrl</key><key>Z</key></keyseq>.</p>
</item>
<item><title>Bold</title>
<item><p>Bold</p>
<p>To make text bold, select it and then select the <gui>Bold</gui> command from the <gui>Text</gui> menu or press <keyseq><key>Ctrl</key><key>B</key></keyseq>.</p>
</item>
<item><title>Italic</title>
<item><p>Italic</p>
<p>To make text italic, select it and then select the <gui>Italic </gui> command from the <gui>Text</gui> menu, or press <keyseq><key>Ctrl</key><key>I</key></keyseq>.</p>
</item>
<item><title>Strikeout</title>
<item><p>Strikeout</p>
<p>The strikeout style will put a line through the selected text. To add a strikeout, select text and then select the <gui>Strikeout</gui> command from the <gui>Text</gui> menu or press <keyseq><key>Ctrl</key><key>S</key></keyseq>.</p>
</item>
<item><title>Highlight</title>
<item><p>Highlight</p>
<p>The highlight style will put a different background around the selected text. To add a highlight, select text and then select the <gui>Highlight</gui> command from the <gui>Text</gui> menu or press <keyseq><key>Ctrl</key><key>H</key></keyseq>.</p>
</item>
<item><title>Font size</title>
<item><p>Font size</p>
<p>There are actually four options in this part of the menu: Small, Normal, Large, and Huge. Each option represents a font size to use for the selected text. To modify the font size, select text and then select <gui>Small</gui>, <gui>Normal</gui>, <gui>Large</gui>, or <gui>Huge</gui>.</p>
</item>
<item><title>Bullets</title>
<item><p>Bullets</p>
<p>Select the <gui>Bullets</gui> command from the Text menu to begin or end a bulleted list. If the cursor is inside a bulleted list, the <gui>Increase Indent</gui> and <gui>Decrease Indent</gui> options will be enabled.</p>
<p>With the cursor on a bulleted list line, select the <gui>Increase Indent</gui> command to shift the current line to the right or the <gui>Decrease Indent</gui> command to shift to the left.</p>
<p>For more information on bullets, see <link xref="bulleted-lists"/>.</p>
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</list>
<p>To create or modify a template note:</p>
<list>
<item><title>Main template note</title><p>Open <app>Gnote</app>'s preferences and in the <gui>General</gui> tab press the <gui>Open Template Note</gui> button.</p></item>
<item><title>Notebook template note</title><p>Right click on a notebook in the main window and select <gui>Open Template Note</gui>.</p></item>
<item><p>Main template note</p><p>Open <app>Gnote</app>'s preferences and in the <gui>General</gui> tab press the <gui>Open Template Note</gui> button.</p></item>
<item><p>Notebook template note</p><p>Right click on a notebook in the main window and select <gui>Open Template Note</gui>.</p></item>
</list>
</section>
<section id="features">
<title>Template Note Features</title>
<p>A template note is like an ordinary note except that it is not shown in note lists and has a template bar at the top.</p>
<figure><title>Template note</title>
<media type="image" src="figures/gnote-template-note.png" mime="image/png" style="right"></media><desc>Template note window</desc>
<figure>
<media type="image" src="figures/gnote-template-note.png" mime="image/png" style="right"></media><p>Template note window</p>
</figure>
<p>The template bar has the following features:</p>
<list>
<item><title>Convert to regular note</title><p>Press this button to turn the template into a regular note, visible in the list of notes. This action is similar to deleting a template note.</p></item>
<item><title>Save Size</title><p>If you check this box, the size of a newly created note will be identical to that of the template note. When this checkbox is not checked, new notes' windows will have the default size.</p></item>
<item><title>Save Selection</title><p>If this box is checked, new notes will have not only the content of the template note, but also its selection. Use this option if you want a certain part of the content in the new note to be initially selected.</p></item>
<item><title>Save Title</title><p>This checkbox lets you base the title of new notes on a template note's title. With this box checked, a new note will have the template note's title with a unique number appended. Otherwise the default title will be used.</p></item>
<item><p>Convert to regular note</p><p>Press this button to turn the template into a regular note, visible in the list of notes. This action is similar to deleting a template note.</p></item>
<item><p>Save Size</p><p>If you check this box, the size of a newly created note will be identical to that of the template note. When this checkbox is not checked, new notes' windows will have the default size.</p></item>
<item><p>Save Selection</p><p>If this box is checked, new notes will have not only the content of the template note, but also its selection. Use this option if you want a certain part of the content in the new note to be initially selected.</p></item>
<item><p>Save Title</p><p>This checkbox lets you base the title of new notes on a template note's title. With this box checked, a new note will have the template note's title with a unique number appended. Otherwise the default title will be used.</p></item>
</list>
</section>
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