Commit 59d36699 authored by Dries's avatar Dries
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- Fixed 3 typos.
parent 603f6041
......@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ function comment_help() {
$output .= "<p>Since a busy site generates lots of comments, Drupal takes care to present a personalized view of comments for each user. The home page lists displays the number of read and unread comments for a given post for the current user. Also, the tracker module (when installed) displays all recent comments on the site. Finally, comments which the user has not yet read are highlighted with a red star (this graphic may depend on the current theme).</p>";
$output .= "<p>Comments behave like other user submissions in Drupal. Specifically, ". l("filters", "admin/system/filters") ." like smileys and HTML work fine if the administrator has enabled them. Also, throttles are usually enabled to prevent a single user from spamming the web site with too many comments in a short period of time.</p>";
$output .= "<p>Administrators may control which persons are allowed to submit and administer comments. These controls appear in the ". l("user permissions", "admin/user/permission") ." administration page. Additionally, administrators may edit or search through comments on the ". l("comments admininistration page", "admin/comment") .", as well as set the default display view for new users. Administrators can also state whether a certain role will have their comments published immediately, or just put in a queue to be reviewed.</p>";
$output .= "<p>If you really have a lot of comments, you can enable moderation. You assign moderation permissions to role(s), then setup some \"moderation votes\"; these votes will appear to moderators in a dropdown menu near the comment. You also have to assign, for every role and every vote, a value, which can be either positive or negative; use the moderation matrix to do this. This allows for some roles having greater \"weight\" in their moderation, if you wish. If you set a value to 0, that vote won't be available to that role. When a user moderates, the value of their vote is added or subtracted to the score of that comment. Finally, you may want to setup the comment thresholds: these are floor/ceiling values which users see in the comment control panel. Threshholds are useful for hiding poorly rated comments while reading your site.</p>";
$output .= "<p>If you really have a lot of comments, you can enable moderation. You assign moderation permissions to role(s), then setup some \"moderation votes\"; these votes will appear to moderators in a dropdown menu near the comment. You also have to assign, for every role and every vote, a value, which can be either positive or negative; use the moderation matrix to do this. This allows for some roles having greater \"weight\" in their moderation, if you wish. If you set a value to 0, that vote won't be available to that role. When a user moderates, the value of their vote is added or subtracted to the score of that comment. Finally, you may want to setup the comment thresholds: these are floor/ceiling values which users see in the comment control panel. Thresholds are useful for hiding poorly rated comments while reading your site.</p>";
return $output;
}
......@@ -915,7 +915,7 @@ function comment_mod_votes($edit) {
}
$output .= "<h3>Add new moderation option</h3>";
$form .= form_textfield(t("Vote"), "vote", $vote->vote, 32, 64, t("The name of this vote. Example: 'offtopic', 'excellent', 'sucky'."));
$form .= form_textfield(t("Vote"), "vote", $vote->vote, 32, 64, t("The name of this vote. Example: 'off topic', 'excellent', 'sucky'."));
$form .= form_textfield(t("Weight"), "weight", $vote->weight, 32, 64, t("Used to order votes in the comment control box; heavier sink."));
if ($mid) {
$form .= form_submit(t("Save vote"));
......@@ -1465,4 +1465,4 @@ function comment_nodeapi(&$node, $op, $arg = 0) {
}
}
?>
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?>
......@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ function comment_help() {
$output .= "<p>Since a busy site generates lots of comments, Drupal takes care to present a personalized view of comments for each user. The home page lists displays the number of read and unread comments for a given post for the current user. Also, the tracker module (when installed) displays all recent comments on the site. Finally, comments which the user has not yet read are highlighted with a red star (this graphic may depend on the current theme).</p>";
$output .= "<p>Comments behave like other user submissions in Drupal. Specifically, ". l("filters", "admin/system/filters") ." like smileys and HTML work fine if the administrator has enabled them. Also, throttles are usually enabled to prevent a single user from spamming the web site with too many comments in a short period of time.</p>";
$output .= "<p>Administrators may control which persons are allowed to submit and administer comments. These controls appear in the ". l("user permissions", "admin/user/permission") ." administration page. Additionally, administrators may edit or search through comments on the ". l("comments admininistration page", "admin/comment") .", as well as set the default display view for new users. Administrators can also state whether a certain role will have their comments published immediately, or just put in a queue to be reviewed.</p>";
$output .= "<p>If you really have a lot of comments, you can enable moderation. You assign moderation permissions to role(s), then setup some \"moderation votes\"; these votes will appear to moderators in a dropdown menu near the comment. You also have to assign, for every role and every vote, a value, which can be either positive or negative; use the moderation matrix to do this. This allows for some roles having greater \"weight\" in their moderation, if you wish. If you set a value to 0, that vote won't be available to that role. When a user moderates, the value of their vote is added or subtracted to the score of that comment. Finally, you may want to setup the comment thresholds: these are floor/ceiling values which users see in the comment control panel. Threshholds are useful for hiding poorly rated comments while reading your site.</p>";
$output .= "<p>If you really have a lot of comments, you can enable moderation. You assign moderation permissions to role(s), then setup some \"moderation votes\"; these votes will appear to moderators in a dropdown menu near the comment. You also have to assign, for every role and every vote, a value, which can be either positive or negative; use the moderation matrix to do this. This allows for some roles having greater \"weight\" in their moderation, if you wish. If you set a value to 0, that vote won't be available to that role. When a user moderates, the value of their vote is added or subtracted to the score of that comment. Finally, you may want to setup the comment thresholds: these are floor/ceiling values which users see in the comment control panel. Thresholds are useful for hiding poorly rated comments while reading your site.</p>";
return $output;
}
......@@ -915,7 +915,7 @@ function comment_mod_votes($edit) {
}
$output .= "<h3>Add new moderation option</h3>";
$form .= form_textfield(t("Vote"), "vote", $vote->vote, 32, 64, t("The name of this vote. Example: 'offtopic', 'excellent', 'sucky'."));
$form .= form_textfield(t("Vote"), "vote", $vote->vote, 32, 64, t("The name of this vote. Example: 'off topic', 'excellent', 'sucky'."));
$form .= form_textfield(t("Weight"), "weight", $vote->weight, 32, 64, t("Used to order votes in the comment control box; heavier sink."));
if ($mid) {
$form .= form_submit(t("Save vote"));
......@@ -1465,4 +1465,4 @@ function comment_nodeapi(&$node, $op, $arg = 0) {
}
}
?>
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?>
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