[Xfce-i18n] Fresh taskmgr doc for review
mmassonnet at gmail.com
Mon Oct 11 20:39:37 CEST 2010
I corrected the doc already but I kind off forget to answer back you
guys back, thank you for the review!
@marr, it's always nice to see new people, I'm sure we all are happy
to know you like the desktop :)
2010/10/10 Marr <wm33 at att.net>:
> On Sunday 10 October 2010 09:01:53 Mike Massonnet wrote:
>> I wrote a short user documentation for the task manager and since my
>> english is not native I had like to receive some reviewers.
> Hi Mike,
> As a humble recent convert to Xfce, first let me say "Thank you!" to you and
> all the other maintainers and developers for all your work on this great
> project! It is very much appreciated by myself and (undoubtedly) countless
> other mailing list lurkers like me.
> After a quick review of your documentation, I'd suggest these small changes in
> addition to the ones already mentioned by Christian Dywan:
> (1) "The information about the processes are presented on multiple columns."
> This should say "in multiple columns".
> (2) "When right clicking a task it is possible"
> A comma should be used after "task".
> (3) "The higher the priority of a process the more it will be privileged"
> A comma should be used after "process".
> (4) "The task scheduler selects continuously processes to be executed on one
> CPU core."
> I would swap the words "selects" and "continuously", which reads more
> naturally in English. In other words, it sounds better as "The task scheduler
> continuously selects processes (...)".
> (5) "Show percentage values for example for memory and CPU with decimals for
> more precision."
> This reads a bit clumsily. Maybe something like "Show percentage values (e.g.
> for memory and CPU) with decimals for more precision." would be better?
> (6) "When closing the window hide the application inside the notification
> A comma should be used after "window".
> (7) "This option also activate the icon within the notification area."
> Change "activate" to "activates".
> Hope my comments are useful.... Thanks again for all your efforts!
> Bill Marr
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