Grammatical Error in PDF Help File

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Grammatical Error in PDF Help File

Postby boerner » Tue Feb 12, 2008 11:39 pm

Hello,

In the current version of the PDF Manual/Help File, the section on the U3 enabled version of SyncBackSE is very awkwardly worded (labeled Page 204, actual page 210 in PDF):

U3 enabling devices results in changes and restrictions as compared to the general release
version of SyncBackSE. This is as a result of the specific compliance protocols U3 compliant
require all applications.

I am not quite sure what the author intended, or I would offer a re-write.
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Postby mike » Thu Feb 14, 2008 11:22 am

Hi, thanks for reporting this typo in the SyncBackSE 4.3 help file and PDF.

The passage appears in SyncBackSE Help > "Using SyncBackSE" > "Technical Reference" > "U3 Enabled Version", and has now been corrected to read:

"U3 enabling devices results in changes and restrictions as compared to the general release version of SyncBackSE. This is as a result of the specific compliance protocols of U3 enabled applications."

A revised PDF version of the help file is already available at:

http://www.2brightsparks.com/syncback/S ... SE-PDF.zip

The next update of SyncBackSE will include the revised help file.

Thank you once again for bringing this to our attention.

Kind Regards,

Mike de Sousa
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