Git commit 7cd71d7b68e1be2d2c402a66b999f82dc20b8ef8 by Yuri Chornoivan.
Committed on 16/09/2016 at 15:46.
Pushed by yurchor into branch 'master'.

Fix minor typos

M  +1    -1    digikam/using-dam-build.docbook
M  +6    -6    digikam/using-mainwindow.docbook

http://commits.kde.org/digikam-doc/7cd71d7b68e1be2d2c402a66b999f82dc20b8ef8

diff --git a/digikam/using-dam-build.docbook b/digikam/using-dam-build.docbook
index ad09c87..0813dba 100644
--- a/digikam/using-dam-build.docbook
+++ b/digikam/using-dam-build.docbook
@@ -121,7 +121,7 @@
         </para>
 
         <para>
-            In the long run you will not remember the details of your pictures 
and their subject (essentially the metadata in your brain will break down). It 
is therefore paramount that you <command>choose general and generic 
categories</command>. You will aways remember that a particular shot was set at 
a river bank in a country or continent (-> river, continent), but you'll have 
forgotten which river it was. Instead of only tagging it with 'Okavango' you 
tag it with river/Africa or river/South Africa. The details you can either put 
into a tag as well or into the captions. A trick may help you: How would you 
search for that river with an Internet search engine? That's the way to go!
+            In the long run you will not remember the details of your pictures 
and their subject (essentially the metadata in your brain will break down). It 
is therefore paramount that you <command>choose general and generic 
categories</command>. You will always remember that a particular shot was set 
at a river bank in a country or continent (-> river, continent), but you'll 
have forgotten which river it was. Instead of only tagging it with 'Okavango' 
you tag it with river/Africa or river/South Africa. The details you can either 
put into a tag as well or into the captions. A trick may help you: How would 
you search for that river with an Internet search engine? That's the way to go!
         </para>
 
         <para>
diff --git a/digikam/using-mainwindow.docbook b/digikam/using-mainwindow.docbook
index d4b03d9..4bb2c0f 100644
--- a/digikam/using-mainwindow.docbook
+++ b/digikam/using-mainwindow.docbook
@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@
         </para>
 
         <para>
-            The Image Area in the center is surrounded by the menu bar and the 
<link linkend="maininterface-toolbar">Main Toolbar</link> at the top, the <link 
linkend="maininterface-statusbar">Status Bar</link> at the bottom and the Left 
and <link linkend="using-sidebar-intro">Right Sidebar</link>. The Left Sidebar 
lets you switch between eight <quote>Views</quote>: Albums (shown here), Tags, 
Labels, Dates, Timeline, Search, Fuzzy (Search) and People (Tags). The Right 
Sidebar can be used to show all informations about your images and partly also 
to edit them. You can use all these views to organize and find your 
photographs. If you click on one of the buttons on the sidebars there will fold 
out another area, offering possibilities to select, to make inputs, &eg; for 
searches, to edit data and to show informations.
+            The Image Area in the center is surrounded by the menu bar and the 
<link linkend="maininterface-toolbar">Main Toolbar</link> at the top, the <link 
linkend="maininterface-statusbar">Status Bar</link> at the bottom and the Left 
and <link linkend="using-sidebar-intro">Right Sidebar</link>. The Left Sidebar 
lets you switch between eight <quote>Views</quote>: Albums (shown here), Tags, 
Labels, Dates, Timeline, Search, Fuzzy (Search) and People (Tags). The Right 
Sidebar can be used to show all information about your images and partly also 
to edit them. You can use all these views to organize and find your 
photographs. If you click on one of the buttons on the sidebars there will fold 
out another area, offering possibilities to select, to make inputs, &eg; for 
searches, to edit data and to show information.
         </para>
 
         <para>
@@ -140,7 +140,7 @@
             </para>
 
             <para>
-                As an alternative you can display the photographs in a table 
by hitting the <menuchoice><guimenu>Table</guimenu></menuchoice> button on the 
Main Toolbar or by selecting 
<menuchoice><guimenu>View</guimenu><guimenuitem>Table</guimenuitem></menuchoice>
 menu from the menu bar. This allows to see a lot of photographs at the same 
time (Tip: leave away the thumbnail column) in a way you can customize the 
usual way by right-clicking on the headline bar and choose the informations you 
want to see. Left-clicking on a line in the table will open the preview of that 
photograph.
+                As an alternative you can display the photographs in a table 
by hitting the <menuchoice><guimenu>Table</guimenu></menuchoice> button on the 
Main Toolbar or by selecting 
<menuchoice><guimenu>View</guimenu><guimenuitem>Table</guimenuitem></menuchoice>
 menu from the menu bar. This allows to see a lot of photographs at the same 
time (Tip: leave away the thumbnail column) in a way you can customize the 
usual way by right-clicking on the headline bar and choose the information you 
want to see. Left-clicking on a line in the table will open the preview of that 
photograph.
             </para>
 
             <para>
@@ -758,7 +758,7 @@
     <sect2> <title>People View</title>
         
         <para>
-            As long as you are not just taking pictures from machines or stars 
or something like that, Face Management might be an interesting feature for you 
(even with a machine there might be a human being operating it). In &digikam; 
it consists of two tasks: Face Detection and Face Regognition.
+            As long as you are not just taking pictures from machines or stars 
or something like that, Face Management might be an interesting feature for you 
(even with a machine there might be a human being operating it). In &digikam; 
it consists of two tasks: Face Detection and Face Recognition.
         </para>
 
         <sect3> <title>Face Detection</title>
@@ -779,7 +779,7 @@
             </para>
             
             <para>
-                The first one you would choose if you didn't scan yet or if 
you did with a satisfying result but added new photographs since then or if you 
already improved a search result, &eg; by removing face tags which obviously 
don't show a face. The second you would choose if you want the images already 
scanned to be included in the next scan. The third is more interesting in the 
context of Face Regognition since <quote>unconfirmed results</quote> means face 
tags that don't have a name assigned to them yet.
+                The first one you would choose if you didn't scan yet or if 
you did with a satisfying result but added new photographs since then or if you 
already improved a search result, &eg; by removing face tags which obviously 
don't show a face. The second you would choose if you want the images already 
scanned to be included in the next scan. The third is more interesting in the 
context of Face Recognition since <quote>unconfirmed results</quote> means face 
tags that don't have a name assigned to them yet.
             </para>
             
             <para>
@@ -787,7 +787,7 @@
             </para>
 
             <para>
-                Once you have choosen your options carefully you click 
<guilabel>Scan</guilabel> and after a while, depending on the scope of your 
selection, the result will be presented in the Image Area. In the Tags list of 
the Left Sidebar you will see the People branch of your tag tree. You will see 
the whole scan result only if the topmost tag <quote>People</quote> is 
selected. In the tree you will see a new virtual tag called 
<quote>Unknown</quote> which will show all those images where faces are 
recognized but not yet connected to a person. If you just scanned for the first 
time you will find the whole result also here.
+                Once you have chosen your options carefully you click 
<guilabel>Scan</guilabel> and after a while, depending on the scope of your 
selection, the result will be presented in the Image Area. In the Tags list of 
the Left Sidebar you will see the People branch of your tag tree. You will see 
the whole scan result only if the topmost tag <quote>People</quote> is 
selected. In the tree you will see a new virtual tag called 
<quote>Unknown</quote> which will show all those images where faces are 
recognized but not yet connected to a person. If you just scanned for the first 
time you will find the whole result also here.
             </para>
             
             <para>
@@ -813,7 +813,7 @@
             </para>
             
             <para>
-                I have choosen this image for the screenshot because it shows 
one important issue: the algorithm will find inevitably details in an image 
that resemble a face but are actually something else. That's what the 
<guilabel>Remove</guilabel> button is for. It will remove the face tag from the 
photograph and if it is the only face tag (left) the photograph will disappear 
from the scan result.
+                I have chosen this image for the screenshot because it shows 
one important issue: the algorithm will find inevitably details in an image 
that resemble a face but are actually something else. That's what the 
<guilabel>Remove</guilabel> button is for. It will remove the face tag from the 
photograph and if it is the only face tag (left) the photograph will disappear 
from the scan result.
             </para>
             
             <para>

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