Commit 00f42eef authored by Kristina Hoeppner's avatar Kristina Hoeppner
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fix small language problems in general help files (Bug 892959)



Change-Id: If0dbdd62c48b67424785912fcbf9db8176756557
Signed-off-by: Kristina Hoeppner's avatarKristina D.C. Hoeppner <kristina@catalyst.net.nz>
parent 96b4a072
<h3>Show controls to add and remove columns when editing a page</h3>
<p>You can choose to display a row with buttons <img src="../../theme/raw/static/images/btn_addcolumn_left.png" alt="add"> <img src="../../theme/raw/static/images/btn_removecolumn.png" alt="remove"> in the page editor. These buttons add and remove columns from that page.</p>
<p>Even if not enabled, you can change the number of columns for your page on the Page layout section.</p>
<p>You can choose to display a row with the buttons <img src="../../theme/raw/static/images/btn_addcolumn_left.png" alt="add"> and <img src="../../theme/raw/static/images/btn_removecolumn.png" alt="remove"> in the page editor. These buttons add and remove columns from that page when you click on them.</p>
<p>Even if not enabled, you can change the number of columns for your page in the page layout section.</p>
<h3>Friends Control</h3>
<p>Choose whether other users may add you to their friends list. If you are added to a friends list, the owner of that list is added to your list. When you remove someone from your friends list you are also removed from their list. Choose either:</p>
<h3>Friends control</h3>
<p>Choose whether other users may add you to their friends list. If you are added to a friends list, the owner of that list is added to your list as well. When you remove someone from your friends list, you are also removed from their list. Choose either:</p>
<p><strong>Nobody may add me as a friend:</strong> no one may add you to their list.</p>
<p><strong>New friends require my authorisation:</strong> your authorisation is needed for you to be added to a list. If you approve, they will be added to your list.</p>
<p><strong>New friends are automatically authorised:</strong> anyone may add you to their list.</p>
<h3>Language</h3>
<p>You may be able customise the language in which your menu items and contextual help will appear. Contact your site administrator if you have any questions.</p>
<p>You may be able to choose the language in which your menu items and contextual help will appear. Contact your site administrator if you have any questions.</p>
<h3>Disable Email</h3>
<p>Use this setting to stop Mahara from sending you email.</p>
<h3>Disable email</h3>
<p>Use this setting to stop Mahara from sending you emails.</p>
<h3>Messages from other users</h3>
<p>Use this setting to choose who you wish to receive messages from.</p>
<p>Use the activity preferences area to decide how you will receive these messages.</p>
<p><strong>Note:</strong> These restrictions will not apply to site administrators or teaching staff.</p>
<p><strong>Note:</strong> These restrictions will not apply to site administrators or staff.</p>
<h3>Passwords</h3>
<p>To change your login password, first enter your current password here, then enter your preferred new password in both the other boxes.</p>
<p>Your password must be at least six characters long. Passwords are case sensitive, and must be different from your username.</p>
<p>For good security, consider using a passphrase. A passphrase is a sentence rather than a single word. Consider using a favourite quote or listing two (or more!) of your favourite things separated by spaces.</p>
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<p>Your password must be at least six characters long. Passwords are case sensitive and must be different from your username.</p>
<p>For good security, consider using a passphrase. A passphrase is a sentence rather than a single word. Consider using a favourite quote or listing two (or more!) of your favourite things separated by spaces.</p>
<h3>Show information about Mahara on the home page</h3>
<p>If "On", information about Mahara and what can be done with it will be displayed on the home page, above your dashboard.</p>
<h3>Show information about Mahara on the homepage</h3>
<p>If "On", information about Mahara and what can be done with it will be displayed on the homepage above your dashboard items.</p>
<h3>HTML Editor</h3>
<p>An HTML editor is available for use on some sections of the site. This is known as a ‘What you see is what you get’ (WYSIWYG) editor. This allows you to apply formatting to your text eg: bolded or italic text. If the editor is turned off you can only enter plain text.</p>
<p>This setting might be disabled by site admin.</p>
<h3>HTML editor</h3>
<p>An HTML editor is available for some sections of the site. This is known as a ‘What you see is what you get’ (WYSIWYG) editor. This allows you to apply formatting to your text, e.g. bold or italics. If the editor is turned off, you can only enter plain text.</p>
<p>This setting might be disabled by a site admin.</p>
<p><strong>Note:</strong>HTML editors may appear and work slightly differently in some browsers.</p>
<h3>Show controls to add and remove columns when editing a page</h3>
<p>You can choose to display a row with buttons <img src="../../theme/raw/static/images/btn_addcolumn_left.png" alt="add"> <img src="../../theme/raw/static/images/btn_removecolumn.png" alt="remove"> in the page editor. These buttons add and remove columns from that page.</p>
<p>Even if not enabled, you can change the number of columns for your page on the Page layout section.</p>
<p>Even if not enabled, you can change the number of columns for your page in the page layout section.</p>
<h3>Friends Control</h3>
<p>Choose whether other users may add you to their friends list. If you are added to a friends list, the owner of that list is added to your list. When you remove someone from your friends list you are also removed from their list. Choose either:</p>
<h3>Friends control</h3>
<p>Choose whether other users may add you to their friends list. If you are added to a friends list, the owner of that list is added to your list as well. When you remove someone from your friends list, you are also removed from their list. Choose either:</p>
<p><strong>Nobody may add me as a friend:</strong> no one may add you to their list.</p>
<p><strong>New friends require my authorisation:</strong> your authorisation is needed for you to be added to a list. If you approve, they will be added to your list.</p>
<p><strong>New friends are automatically authorised:</strong> anyone may add you to their list.</p>
<h3>Language</h3>
<p>You may be able customise the language in which your menu items and contextual help will appear. Contact your site administrator if you have any questions.</p>
<p>You may be able choose the language in which your menu items and contextual help will appear. Contact your site administrator if you have any questions.</p>
<h3>Leap2A Files</h3>
<h3>Leap2A files</h3>
<p>This option gives you the ability to import a <a href="http://wiki.cetis.ac.uk/2009-03/Leap2A_specification#About_this_specification" target="_blank">Leap2A export file</a>, which contains data about a person's portfolio.</p>
<p>You can read more on the Mahara wiki about <a href="http://wiki.mahara.org/Developer_Area/Import//Export" target="_blank">Mahara's support for Leap2A</a>.</p>
<h3>Messages from other users</h3>
<p>Use this setting to choose who you wish to receive messages from.</p>
<p>Use the activity preferences area to decide how you will receive these messages.</p>
<p><strong>Note:</strong> These restrictions will not apply to site administrators or teaching staff.</p>
<p><strong>Note:</strong> These restrictions will not apply to site administrators or staff.</p>
<h3>Passwords</h3>
<p>To change your login password, first enter your current password here, then enter your preferred new password in both the other boxes.</p>
<p>Your password must be at least six characters long. Passwords are case sensitive, and must be different from your username.</p>
<p>For good security, consider using a passphrase. A passphrase is a sentence rather than a single word. Consider using a favourite quote or listing two (or more!) of your favourite things separated by spaces.</p>
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<p>Your password must be at least six characters long. Passwords are case sensitive and must be different from your username.</p>
<p>For good security, consider using a passphrase. A passphrase is a sentence rather than a single word. Consider using a favourite quote or listing two (or more!) of your favourite things separated by spaces.</p>
<h3>Show information about Mahara on the home page</h3>
<p>If "On", information about Mahara and what can be done with it will be displayed on the home page, above your dashboard.</p>
<h3>Show information about Mahara on the homepage</h3>
<p>If "On", information about Mahara and what can be done with it will be displayed on the homepage above your dashboard.</p>
<h3>HTML Editor</h3>
<p>An HTML editor is available for use on some sections of the site. This is known as a ‘What you see is what you get’ (WYSIWYG) editor. This allows you to apply formatting to your text eg: bolded or italic text. If the editor is turned off you can only enter plain text.</p>
<p>This setting might be disabled by site admin.</p>
<h3>HTML editor</h3>
<p>An HTML editor is available for some sections of the site. This is known as a ‘What you see is what you get’ (WYSIWYG) editor. This allows you to apply formatting to your text, e.g. bold or italics. If the editor is turned off, you can only enter plain text.</p>
<p>This setting might be disabled by a site admin.</p>
<p><strong>Note:</strong>HTML editors may appear and work slightly differently in some browsers.</p>
<h3>Start Date</h3>
<p>You can either enter in the date using the format YYYY/MM/DD (Year/Month/Day) or use the calendar to select an auto-insert date.<p>
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<h3>Start date</h3>
<p>You can either enter the date using the format YYYY/MM/DD (Year/Month/Day) or use the calendar to select a date.</p>
<h3>Stop Date</h3>
<p>You can either enter in the date using the format YYYY/MM/DD (Year/Month/Day) or use the calendar to select an auto-insert date.<p>
<h3>Stop date</h3>
<p>You can either enter the date using the format YYYY/MM/DD (Year/Month/Day) or use the calendar to select a date.</p>
<h3>Editing Pages</h3>
<p>You can choose which roles will be allowed to create and edit pages owned by the group. If your group contains only Members and Admins, then "Group Admins" and "Everyone except Members" are identical.</p>
<h3>Editing pages</h3>
<p>You can choose which roles will be allowed to create and edit pages owned by the group. If your group contains only members and admins, then "Group admins" and "Everyone except members" are identical.</p>
<p>These edit permissions will also be used by default for new group files. Permissions can be changed on individual files in the group
files area.</p>
<h3>Roles</h3>
<p>You can choose which roles will be available in your group.</p>
<h4>Standard Groups</h4>
<h4>Standard groups</h4>
<p>Standard groups contain administrators and ordinary members. Administrators manage the group, its membership and permission options. Ordinary members cannot edit the group settings and membership, but they can usually post in the forums as well as edit pages and files belonging to the group.</p>
<h4>Course Groups</h4>
<h4>Course groups</h4>
<p>Course groups contain tutors as well as administrators and ordinary members. If the group allows members to submit pages to the group for assessment, tutors and administrators can assess those submitted pages and provide feedback to the authors.</p>
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