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commit 7927769a37e24e4431483baf2fe908a1cea9cadd
Author: Andrew Wetmore <and...@cottage14.com>
AuthorDate: Tue Feb 13 18:49:25 2018 -0400

    Update Hello-World.md
    
    Made some edits for clarity, and to point out that these instructions 
presume compiling using scripts rather than an IDE.
---
 Welcome/Get_Started/Hello-World.md | 14 +++++++++-----
 1 file changed, 9 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)

diff --git a/Welcome/Get_Started/Hello-World.md 
b/Welcome/Get_Started/Hello-World.md
index 33d874c..9543e99 100644
--- a/Welcome/Get_Started/Hello-World.md
+++ b/Welcome/Get_Started/Hello-World.md
@@ -20,15 +20,17 @@ title: Hello World
 
 # Hello World
 
-To verify that the Royale SDK is set up correctly, it is recommended to create 
and build a "Hello World" example.  If that works, you can move on to the 
["Create an Application"](Create%20An%20Application.html) section and work 
through the tutorial on building a more substantial application.
+To verify that the Royale SDK is set up correctly, we recommend you create and 
build a "Hello World" example. If that works, you can move on to the ["Create 
an Application"](Create%20An%20Application.html) section and work through the 
tutorial on building a more substantial application.
+
+These instructions presume you are not using an IDE, but are creating files in 
a text editor and compiling using command-line scripts or similar controls. 
[Development tools](Welcome/Get_Started/Development-tools.html) that fully 
support Royale provide their own instructions for building your first Royale 
applications.
 
 ## Create the project folders
 
 Create or select a folder to hold this application's source and output.  
 
-In that folder, create a folder called "HelloWorld" (it can be named something 
else if you want and can contain spaces).  This folder will be referred to as 
the "project" folder throughout the documentation.  
+In that top-level folder, create a folder called "HelloWorld" (it can be named 
something else if you want, and the name can contain spaces).  This folder will 
be referred to as the "project" folder throughout the documentation.  
 
-In the project folder, create a folder called src.  You can use other names, 
but the compiler will manage your output folders for you if you use "src" or 
"src/main/royale" ("src\main\royale" on Windows).
+In the project folder, create a folder called "src". You can use other names, 
but the compiler will manage your output folders for you if you use "src" or 
"src/main/royale" ("src\main\royale" on Windows).
 
 So, if you used a folder called "Projects" for all of your project folders, 
then you would have the following folders:
 
@@ -71,12 +73,14 @@ If you didn't use NPM, run:
 
 ## Run the output
 
-If the compiler reported success, there should be a bin/js-release output 
folder in your project folder, such as 
+If the compiler reported success, there should now be a bin/js-release output 
folder in your project folder, such as 
 
 ```
     Projects/HelloWorld/bin/js-release
 ```
 
-In there should be an index.html file you can open in your browser and you 
should see "Hello World" in your browser.  If you see that, congratulations!  
You have installed Royale successfully and are ready to build Royale 
applications.  The ["Create an Application"](Create%20An%20Application.html) 
contains a tutorial for building a more substantial application.
+In that folder should be an index.html file you can open in your browser to 
see your "Hello World" application.  If you see that, congratulations!  You 
have installed Royale successfully and are ready to build Royale applications.  
+
+["Create an Application"](Create%20An%20Application.html) contains a tutorial 
for building a more substantial application.
 
 

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