Wording

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Summary

  • Tweak all wording of built-in 'innertext:' help in file HelpText.cpp, including:
    • [GA] adding some help text for export
    • [GA] add text to 'inertext:recording' page about enabling monitoring.
    • In inner text for unsupported file format, remove reference to FLAC being unsupported.
  • [RA] Update the Unix manual page  to distinguish between 1.3 and 1.2. In particular, remove reference to 1.3 importing multiple files from command line into the same Project, unless fixed before release (See Aim to for details).
  • Release note for loss of second imported track in Project after crash or loss of entire Project if second track is edited. Unless this is fixed before release.

Innertext:Recording

Innertext:Export

Latency Shift Dialog

Current Text:

"Latency setting has caused the recorded audio to be hidden before zero.\n I have brought it back to start at zero.\nYou may have to use the Time Shift Tool (<---> or F5) to drag the track to the right place."), _("Latency problem"), wxOK);

Suggested change:

'I' to 'Audacity'.

Comments: Whatever we decide, we should be consistent throughout Audacity. My vote is 'Audacity' not 'I' in all such cases. James 02:09, 27 September 2007 (PDT)