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authorTiffany Antopolski <tiffany@antopolski.com>2011-03-19 16:54:41 -0400
committerTiffany Antopolski <tiffany@antopolski.com>2011-03-19 16:55:53 -0400
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g-h: files,backup,search fixes.
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/backup-frequency.page6
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/backup-how.page8
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/backup-restore.page6
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/backup-testing.page6
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/backup-thinkabout.page9
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/backup-what.page6
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/backup-where.page6
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/backup-why.page47
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/backup.page37
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/files-arrange.page4
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/files-delete.page8
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/files-hidden.page4
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/files-listview-columns.page4
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/files-move.page6
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/files-open.page8
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/files-recover.page4
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/files-renaming.page16
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/files-search.page23
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/files-sharing.page4
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/files-tilde.page2
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/files.page28
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/open-file-manager.page2
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/search-commandline.page2
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/search-delete.page2
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/search-open.page2
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/search-otherapps.page2
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/search-save.page2
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/search.page8
28 files changed, 125 insertions, 137 deletions
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/backup-frequency.page b/gnome-help/C/backup-frequency.page
index 53d9de9..1b3cc30 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/backup-frequency.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/backup-frequency.page
@@ -2,8 +2,8 @@
type="topic" id="backup-frequency">
<info>
- <link type="guide" xref="backup#order"/>
- <desc>How often should backups be done?</desc>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files#backup"/>
+ <desc></desc>
<revision pkgversion="3.0" version="0.1" date="2011-02-26" status="review"/>
<credit type="author">
<name>Tiffany Antopolski</name>
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@
</info>
- <title>Frequency of Backups</title>
+ <title>Frequency of backups</title>
<p>
The frequency of backups will depend on the type of data to be backed up.
</p>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/backup-how.page b/gnome-help/C/backup-how.page
index 87ed038..2f374db 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/backup-how.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/backup-how.page
@@ -2,20 +2,22 @@
type="topic" id="backup-how">
<info>
- <link type="guide" xref="backup#order"/>
- <desc>The best way to backup.</desc>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files#backup"/>
+ <desc></desc>
<title type="sort">d</title>
<revision pkgversion="3.0" version="0.1" date="2011-02-26" status="review"/>
<credit type="author">
<name>Tiffany Antopolski</name>
<email>tiffany.antopolski@gmail.com</email>
+ </credit>
+ <credit>
<name>GNOME Documentation Project</name>
<email>gnome-doc-list@gnome.org</email>
</credit>
<include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
</info>
- <title>How to Backup</title>
+ <title>How to backup</title>
<p>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/backup-restore.page b/gnome-help/C/backup-restore.page
index fe4c4a1..2334380 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/backup-restore.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/backup-restore.page
@@ -2,19 +2,21 @@
type="topic" id="backup-restore">
<info>
- <link type="guide" xref="backup#order"/>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files-backup"/>
<desc>Get your files back.</desc>
<revision pkgversion="3.0" version="0.1" date="2011-02-26" status="review"/>
<credit type="author">
<name>Tiffany Antopolski</name>
<email>tiffany.antopolski@gmail.com</email>
+ </credit>
+ <credit>
<name>GNOME Documentation Project</name>
<email>gnome-doc-list@gnome.org</email>
</credit>
</info>
- <title>Restore A Backup</title>
+ <title>Restore a backup</title>
<p>
If you simply copied your files to a safe location, such as an external hard drive, another computer on the network or a USB drive, you can <link xref="files-copy">copy them</link> back to your computer.
</p>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/backup-testing.page b/gnome-help/C/backup-testing.page
index 60efdee..2c9c768 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/backup-testing.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/backup-testing.page
@@ -2,8 +2,8 @@
type="topic" id="backup-testing">
<info>
- <link type="guide" xref="backup#order"/>
- <desc>Make sure your backup was successful.</desc>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files#backup"/>
+ <desc></desc>
<revision pkgversion="3.0" version="0.1" date="2010-02-26" status="stub"/>
<credit type="author">
<name>GNOME Documentation Project</name>
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@
</info>
- <title>Test Your Backup</title>
+ <title>Check your backup</title>
<comment>
<cite date="2010-06-29" href="mailto:gnome-doc-list@gnome.org">GNOME Documentation Project</cite>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/backup-thinkabout.page b/gnome-help/C/backup-thinkabout.page
index a67bff4..d5963d4 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/backup-thinkabout.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/backup-thinkabout.page
@@ -2,8 +2,8 @@
type="topic" id="backup-thinkabout">
<info>
- <link type="guide" xref="backup#order"/>
- <desc>Important considerations when backing up data.</desc>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files-backup"/>
+ <desc></desc>
<revision pkgversion="3.0" version="0.1" date="2011-02-26" status="review"/>
<credit type="author">
<name>Tiffany Antopolski</name>
@@ -19,11 +19,10 @@
<p>
Deciding what files to backup and finding where they all are is the most difficult step when attempting to perform a backup. Below we list where most of your important files will be, so you can find them more easily.
</p>
-
-
<terms>
+
<item>
- <title>Your Personal Files and Settings</title>
+ <title>Your personal files and settings</title>
<p>These are usually stored in your Home folder (<cmd>/home/your_name</cmd>). They could be in subfolders such as Desktop, Documents, Pictures, Music, Videos and/or .evolution. If your backup medium has sufficient space, consider backing up the entire <cmd>/home</cmd> folder. This is the simplest way.</p>
<p>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/backup-what.page b/gnome-help/C/backup-what.page
index 0c44331..12bef7f 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/backup-what.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/backup-what.page
@@ -2,8 +2,8 @@
type="topic" id="backup-what">
<info>
- <link type="guide" xref="backup#order"/>
- <desc>The files you should consider as important when backing up.</desc>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files#backup"/>
+ <desc></desc>
<title type="sort">b</title>
<revision pkgversion="3.0" version="0.1" date="2010-02-25" status="review"/>
<credit type="author">
@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@
<include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
</info>
- <title>What Should You Backup?</title>
+ <title>What should you backup?</title>
<p>
Your priority should be to backup your most important files as well as those that are difficult to recreate. An example of most important to least important:
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/backup-where.page b/gnome-help/C/backup-where.page
index a0118a2..2e45911 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/backup-where.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/backup-where.page
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
type="topic" id="backup-where">
<info>
- <link type="guide" xref="backup#order"/>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files-backup"/>
<desc>The local and remotes options to choose.</desc>
<title type="sort">c</title>
<revision pkgversion="3.0" version="0.1" date="2011-02-25" status="review"/>
@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@
<include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
</info>
- <title> Where To Store Your Backup?</title>
+ <title>Where to store your backup?</title>
<p>
You should store backup copies of your files in file storage separate from your computer. An important consideration when choosing the backup medium is capacity. This will depend on how much data you need to backup.
@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@
</p>
<list>
- <title>Local and Remote Options</title>
+ <title>Local and remote options</title>
<item>
<p>USB memory key (low capacity).</p>
</item>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/backup-why.page b/gnome-help/C/backup-why.page
index 8cf5177..64ada8e 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/backup-why.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/backup-why.page
@@ -1,38 +1,37 @@
<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
- type="topic"
+ type="guide"
id="backup-why">
<info>
- <link type="guide" xref="backup#order"/>
- <desc>Important facts to consider making backups.</desc>
- <title type="sort">a</title>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files#backup" />
+ <desc>Why, what, where and how of backups.</desc>
<revision pkgversion="3.0" version="0.1" date="2011-02-26" status="review"/>
<credit type="author">
<name>GNOME Documentation Project</name>
<email>gnome-doc-list@gnome.org</email>
- <name>Tiffany Antopolski</name>
- <email>tiffany.antopolski@gmail.com</email>
</credit>
- <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
- </info>
-
- <title>Why Bother Making Backups?</title>
- <list>
- <item><p>
- Hardware can break, making it impossible to get your data off your computer. </p></item>
-
- <item><p>Software can fail, corrupting or even deleting your important files.</p></item>
+ </info>
-<item><p> You may even accidentally delete an important file.</p></item>
+ <title>Backup your important files</title>
+ <p>
+What does it mean to back files up? It simply means to make a copy of a file or files for safekeeping. This is done in the event that the original files become unusable due to loss or corruption. These copies can be used to restore the original data in the event of loss. Copies should be stored on a different device from the original files. For example, you may use a USB drive, an external hard drive, a CD/DVD, or an off-site service.
+</p>
+<p>
+The best way to backup up your files is to do so regularly, off-site and encrypted.</p>
+<section id="order" style="2column">
+</section>
-<item><p> Data can also be lost as a result of computer theft.
-</p></item>
-</list>
- <p>
- Many files are irreplaceable. Backups protect against loss of files. Only the very latest changes would be lost, depending on <link xref="backup-frequency">frequency of backups</link>.
- </p>
- <p>Additionally, it may be good to have access to older versions of certain files.
- </p>
+ <comment>
+ <cite date="2010-06-29" href="mailto:gnome-doc-list@gnome.org">GNOME Documentation Project</cite>
+ <p>Multiple ways you could back up, starting with manually copying files somewhere or writing them to a cd/dvd.</p>
+ <p>Made it into a guide so programs like deja dup can add a splash page</p>
+ </comment>
+ <comment>
+ <cite date="2010-06-29" href="mailto:gnome-doc-list@gnome.org">GNOME Documentation Project</cite>
+ <p>General advice on good practice when backing-up.</p>
+ <p>Things like making sure there is enough space on the backup disk, securing backups against fire and theft, off-site backup storage, frequency of backing-up (link to other topic).</p>
+ <p>Generally, everything you need to do to make a good, reliable backup.</p>
+ </comment>
</page>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/backup.page b/gnome-help/C/backup.page
deleted file mode 100644
index 941ce72..0000000
--- a/gnome-help/C/backup.page
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,37 +0,0 @@
-<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
- type="guide"
- id="backup">
-
- <info>
- <link type="guide" xref="files" />
- <desc>Why, what, where and how of backups.</desc>
- <revision pkgversion="3.0" version="0.1" date="2011-02-26" status="review"/>
- <credit type="author">
- <name>GNOME Documentation Project</name>
- <email>gnome-doc-list@gnome.org</email>
- </credit>
-
- </info>
-
- <title>Backup your important files</title>
- <p>
-What does it mean to back files up? It simply means to make a copy of a file or files for safekeeping. This is done in the event that the original files become unusable due to loss or corruption. These copies can be used to restore the original data in the event of loss. Copies should be stored on a different device from the original files. For example, you may use a USB drive, an external hard drive, a CD/DVD, or an off-site service.
-</p>
-<p>
-The best way to backup up your files is to do so regularly, off-site and encrypted.</p>
-<section id="order" style="2column">
-</section>
-
- <comment>
- <cite date="2010-06-29" href="mailto:gnome-doc-list@gnome.org">GNOME Documentation Project</cite>
- <p>Multiple ways you could back up, starting with manually copying files somewhere or writing them to a cd/dvd.</p>
- <p>Made it into a guide so programs like deja dup can add a splash page</p>
- </comment>
-
- <comment>
- <cite date="2010-06-29" href="mailto:gnome-doc-list@gnome.org">GNOME Documentation Project</cite>
- <p>General advice on good practice when backing-up.</p>
- <p>Things like making sure there is enough space on the backup disk, securing backups against fire and theft, off-site backup storage, frequency of backing-up (link to other topic).</p>
- <p>Generally, everything you need to do to make a good, reliable backup.</p>
- </comment>
-</page>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/files-arrange.page b/gnome-help/C/files-arrange.page
index d08b50b..001b8e5 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/files-arrange.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/files-arrange.page
@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@
</info>
<title>Arrange files</title>
+<links type="topic" style="2column">
-
-
+</links>
</page>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/files-delete.page b/gnome-help/C/files-delete.page
index 0b08c6c..58313d1 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/files-delete.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/files-delete.page
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
type="topic" id="files-delete">
<info>
- <link type="guide" xref="files-arrange"/>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files#delete"/>
<desc>Remove files or folders you no longer need.</desc>
<revision pkgversion="3.0" version="1.0" date="2010-06-16" status="candidate"/>
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
</info>
-<title>Deleting Files and Folders</title>
+<title>Deleting files and folders</title>
<p>
If you don't want a file or folder any more, you can delete it.
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ When you delete an item it is moved to the Trash folder, where it is stored unti
</p>
<steps>
- <title>Delete a File or Folder (Move it to the Trash folder)</title>
+ <title>Delete a file or folder move it to the trash folder)</title>
<item><p>Select the item you want to delete by clicking it once.</p></item>
<item><p>Press the <gui>Delete</gui> key on your keyboard.</p></item>
</steps>
@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ You can permanently delete a file, without having to send it to the Trash folder
</p>
<steps>
- <title>Permanently Delete a File or Folder</title>
+ <title>Permanently delete a file or folder</title>
<item><p>Select the item you want to delete.</p></item>
<item><p>Press and hold the <gui>Shift</gui> key, then press the <gui>Delete</gui> key on your keyboard.</p></item>
</steps>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/files-hidden.page b/gnome-help/C/files-hidden.page
index 95ad34e..ead20eb 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/files-hidden.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/files-hidden.page
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
</info>
-<title>Hide a File</title>
+<title>Hide a file</title>
<p>You can hide files by renaming them with a <key>.</key> at the beginning of their name. Hidden files are invisible by default; they are not displayed in the file browser, but they are still there in the folder.</p>
@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@
</note>
<section>
- <title>Show All Hidden Files</title>
+ <title>Show all hidden files</title>
<p>
If you want to see all of the hidden files in a folder, go to that folder and click <guiseq><gui>View</gui><gui>Show Hidden Files</gui></guiseq>. All of the hidden files will be shown along with the files that were not hidden.
</p>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/files-listview-columns.page b/gnome-help/C/files-listview-columns.page
index 1b9eebd..0ad4510 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/files-listview-columns.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/files-listview-columns.page
@@ -3,6 +3,8 @@
<info>
<link type="guide" xref="open-file-manager"/>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files#faq"/>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files#search"/>
<desc>List view column descriptions.</desc>
<revision pkgversion="3.0" version="1.0" date="2010-07-26" status="review"/>
@@ -16,7 +18,7 @@
</info>
-<title>File Manager's List View</title>
+<title>List view</title>
<p>There are 12 columns of information that you can display in the file browser's list view. Click <guiseq><gui>View</gui><gui>Visible Columns</gui></guiseq> to select which columns will be visible.</p>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/files-move.page b/gnome-help/C/files-move.page
index 4982aac..c695250 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/files-move.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/files-move.page
@@ -17,14 +17,14 @@
</info>
-<title>Moving Files and Folders</title>
+<title>Moving files and folders</title>
<p>
A file or folder can be moved to a new location by dragging and dropping with the mouse, or you can use the cut and paste commands. This could, for example, allow you to sort files saved in your <gui> Downloads </gui> folder into other folders for long term storage.
</p>
<steps>
-<title>Drag Files to the New Location</title>
+<title>Drag files to the new location</title>
<item><p><link xref="open-file-manager">Open a file browser</link> to the folder containing the item you want to move.</p></item>
<item><p>Open a second file manager window by clicking <guiseq><gui>Places</gui><gui>Home Folder</gui></guiseq> in the main menubar.</p></item>
<item><p>In the second window, navigate to where you want to move the item.</p></item>
@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ A file or folder can be moved to a new location by dragging and dropping with th
</steps>
<steps>
-<title>Cut and Paste to the New Location</title>
+<title>Cut and paste to the new location</title>
<item><p>Select the item you want to move by clicking on it once.</p></item>
<item><p>Right-click <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Cut</gui></guiseq>.</p></item>
<item><p>Navigate to where you want to move the item.</p></item>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/files-open.page b/gnome-help/C/files-open.page
index 950b51c..1212a2e 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/files-open.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/files-open.page
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
type="topic" id="files-open">
<info>
- <link type="guide" xref="files"/>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files#faq"/>
<desc>Open files using non-default applications or change the default for a file type.</desc>
<revision pkgversion="3.0" version="1.0" date="2010-06-16" status="candidate"/>
@@ -16,14 +16,14 @@
</info>
-<title>Open Files with Other Applications</title>
+<title>Open files with other applications</title>
<p>
You can open files using an application other than the default one. For example, Rhythmbox is the default music player, but you may want to open an audio file with another music player you have installed. You can also change the default application for a given file type.
</p>
<steps>
- <title>Open Files Using a Different Application</title>
+ <title>Open files using a different application</title>
<item><p>Right-click the file you want to open.</p></item>
<item><p>Select from the available "Open with" choices.</p></item>
</steps>
@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ You can open files using an application other than the default one. For example
<p>You can change the default application for a file type. This will allow you to open your preferred application when you double-click to open a file.</p>
<steps>
- <title>Change a File Type's Default Application</title>
+ <title>Change the default application of a file type</title>
<item><p>Select a file of the type whose default application you want to change.</p></item>
<item><p>Choose <guiseq><gui>File</gui><gui>Properties</gui></guiseq>.</p></item>
<item><p>Choose the <gui>Open With</gui> tab.</p></item>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/files-recover.page b/gnome-help/C/files-recover.page
index 2abfe14..55179e9 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/files-recover.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/files-recover.page
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
type="topic" id="files-recover">
<info>
- <link type="guide" xref="files"/>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files#delete"/>
<desc>How to recover a deleted file.</desc>
<revision pkgversion="0.1" version="0.1" date="2011-1-9" status="review"/>
<credit type="author">
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@
</info>
- <title>Recover a Deleted File</title>
+ <title>Recover a deleted file</title>
<p>
If you deleted a file in the <gui>File Manager</gui> using the <key>Delete</key> key or the <gui>Move to Trash</gui> option in the right-click menu, the file should be in the Trash bin. To access the Trash:
</p>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/files-renaming.page b/gnome-help/C/files-renaming.page
index 9d03f4c..39c270c 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/files-renaming.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/files-renaming.page
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@
</info>
- <title>Rename a File or Folder</title>
+ <title>Rename a file or folder</title>
<section>
<title>Using the the <app>File Manager</app></title>
<steps>
@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@
</section>
<section>
- <title>Valid Characters For File Names</title>
+ <title>Valid characters for file names</title>
<p>
On your system, the <key>/</key> (slash character) is invalid for names of files and folders.
All other characters can be used.
@@ -61,10 +61,10 @@
</section>
<section>
- <title>Common Problems</title>
+ <title>Common problems</title>
<section>
- <title>The Item Could Not Be Renamed</title>
- <section><title>The Name is Already Used</title>
+ <title>The item could not be renamed</title>
+ <section><title>The name is already used</title>
<p>
You can't have two files with the same name in the same folder. Also, you can not have a subfolder with the same name as a file in the same folder. Therefore, if you try to rename a file to a name that already exists in the folder you are working in, the <app>File Manager</app> will not allow it. Use a different name.
</p>
@@ -79,7 +79,7 @@
</note>
</section>
<section>
- <title>File Name Too Long</title>
+ <title>File name too long</title>
<p>
File names can have no more than 255 characters in their names. Use a shorter name.
</p>
@@ -88,7 +88,7 @@
<section>
- <title>The Option to Rename is Greyed Out</title>
+ <title>The option to rename is greyed out</title>
<p>
You do not have permission to rename the file. Generally, if you do not have
the correct permissions to rename a file, you should not be renaming the file.
@@ -97,7 +97,7 @@
</section>
<section>
- <title>Using the Command Line</title>
+ <title>Using the command line</title>
<steps>
<item>
<p>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/files-search.page b/gnome-help/C/files-search.page
index 8172521..f527b7e 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/files-search.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/files-search.page
@@ -2,11 +2,11 @@
type="guide" id="files-search">
<info>
- <link type="guide" xref="files"/>
- <title type='link'>Search for Files</title>
- <title type='text'>Search for Files</title>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files#search"/>
+ <title type='link'>Search for files</title>
+ <title type='text'>Search for files</title>
<desc>How to find a file.</desc>
- <revision pkgversion="0.1" version="0.1" date="2011-01-09" status="review"/>
+ <revision pkgversion="3.0" version="0.1" date="2011-01-09" status="review"/>
<credit type="author">
<name>GNOME Documentation Project</name>
<email>gnome-doc-list@gnome.org</email>
@@ -14,10 +14,10 @@
</info>
- <title><media type="image" src="gnome-searchtool.png">Search for Files logo</media>Search For Files</title>
+ <title><media type="image" src="figures/gnome-searchtool.png">Search for Files logo</media>Search for files</title>
<section id="search" style="2column">
- <title>Perform a Search</title>
+ <title>Perform a search</title>
</section>
@@ -28,14 +28,13 @@
</section>
<section id="other" style="2column">
- <title>Other Applications</title>
+ <title>Other applications</title>
</section>
<comment>
- <cite date="2010-06-29" href="mailto:gnome-doc-list@gnome.org">GNOME Documentation Project</cite>
- <p>Tracker, zeitgeist, recent files, search.</p>
- <p>Check trash?</p>
- <p>Might need to be a guide, needs thought.</p>
- </comment>
+ <p>
+ This guide ended up being help for gnome-search-tool. Can it be linked to the help button for the app?
+ </p>
+ </comment>
</page>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/files-sharing.page b/gnome-help/C/files-sharing.page
index 9444001..3a87863 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/files-sharing.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/files-sharing.page
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
type="topic" id="files-sharing">
<info>
- <link type="guide" xref="files"/>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files#faq"/>
<desc>How to share and transfer files.</desc>
<revision pkgversion="3.0" version="1.0" date="2010-07-25" status="draft"/>
@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@
</info>
-<title>Sharing and Transferring files</title>
+<title>Sharing and transferring files</title>
<comment>
<cite date="2011-02-24" href="mailto:nruz@alumnos.inf.utfsm.cl">Natalia Ruz</cite>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/files-tilde.page b/gnome-help/C/files-tilde.page
index 97f7fc3..14061c5 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/files-tilde.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/files-tilde.page
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
type="topic" id="files-tilde">
<info>
- <link type="guide" xref="files"/>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files#faq"/>
<link type="seealso" xref="files-hidden"/>
<desc>These are backup files. They are hidden by default.</desc>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/files.page b/gnome-help/C/files.page
index 8b29fb3..b4b9d75 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/files.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/files.page
@@ -16,27 +16,49 @@
<link xref="files#search">Searching</link>,
<link xref="files#delete">deleted files</link>,
<link xref="files#backup">backups</link>,
- <link xref="files#removable">removable drives</link>
- </desc>
+ <link xref="files#removable">removable drives</link>,
+ <link xref="files#faq">other</link>
+ </desc>
</info>
<title>Files, folders &amp; search</title>
+<links type="topic" style="2column">
+
+</links>
<section id="search">
<title>Searching for files</title>
-</section>
+<links type="topic" style="2column">
+</links>
+</section>
<section id="delete">
<title>Deleting files</title>
+<links type="topic" style="2column">
+
+</links>
</section>
<section id="backup">
<title>Backing up</title>
+<links type="topic" style="2column">
+
+</links>
</section>
<section id="removable">
<title>Removable drives and external disks</title>
+<links type="topic" style="2column">
+
+</links>
+</section>
+
+<section id="faq">
+ <title>Tips and frequently asked questions</title>
+<links type="topic" style="2column">
+
+</links>
</section>
</page>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/open-file-manager.page b/gnome-help/C/open-file-manager.page
index 5f740b2..27ee050 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/open-file-manager.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/open-file-manager.page
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
type="guide" id="open-file-manager">
<info>
- <link type="guide" xref="files"/>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files#search"/>
<link type="seealso" xref="files-copy"/>
<desc></desc>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/search-commandline.page b/gnome-help/C/search-commandline.page
index 1b07b9b..e43d639 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/search-commandline.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/search-commandline.page
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@
</info>
- <title>Command Line</title>
+ <title>Command line</title>
<list>
<item><p>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/search-delete.page b/gnome-help/C/search-delete.page
index 75fb6c7..d97efa1 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/search-delete.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/search-delete.page
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@
</info>
- <title>Delete a Found File</title>
+ <title>Delete a found file</title>
<p>
To delete a file in the <gui>Search results</gui> box:
</p>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/search-open.page b/gnome-help/C/search-open.page
index 6581ffa..24608be 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/search-open.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/search-open.page
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@
</info>
- <title>Open a Found File</title>
+ <title>Open a found file</title>
<p>
To open a file from the <gui>Search results</gui> box, double-click on the file name.
</p>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/search-otherapps.page b/gnome-help/C/search-otherapps.page
index 0dcfd17..71cff53 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/search-otherapps.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/search-otherapps.page
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@
</info>
- <title>Search Applications</title>
+ <title>Search applications</title>
<p>
The following search applications can be installed using your distributions package manager:
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/search-save.page b/gnome-help/C/search-save.page
index 22a820e..73191ad 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/search-save.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/search-save.page
@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@
</info>
- <title>Save Your Search</title>
+ <title>Save your search</title>
<steps>
<item><p>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/search.page b/gnome-help/C/search.page
index 3138a18..c13bd10 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/search.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/search.page
@@ -12,17 +12,17 @@
</credit>
</info>
- <title>Search For a File</title>
+ <title>Search for a file</title>
<steps>
<item>
<p>
- In the <link xref="shell-apps-search">applications overview</link> click on the <app>Search for Files</app> application icon. If you don't see it, you can type "search for files" in the search textbox.
+ In the <link xref="shell-terminology">Activities overview</link> <gui>Type to search</gui> <input>search for files</input> in the search textbox.
</p>
<p>
Alternatively, you can use the command-line. Type <code> gnome-search-tool </code> at the prompt.
</p>
<p>
- <media type="image" src="Screenshot-Search for Files.png"/>
+ <media type="image" src="Screenshot-Search%20for%20Files.png"/>
</p>
</item>
@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@
<terms>
<item>
<title>
- If you type "file.txt", the following files will be found:
+ If you type <file>file.txt</file>, the following files will be found:
</title>
<p>
file.txt, File.txt, myfile.txt, MyFile.txtxyz, etc.