[Pharo-project] Issue 3722 in pharo: The Finder tool's help screen is poorly written and has bad grammar

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Thu Feb 17 01:24:33 CET 2011


Status: New
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New issue 3722 by DougEdmu... at gmail.com: The Finder tool's help screen is  
poorly written and has bad grammar
http://code.google.com/p/pharo/issues/detail?id=3722

1) why does it use "Selectors" instead of "Methods"? What is a Selector?
2) class's names -> classes
3) all the method's sources -> the source code
4) "your research use"  -> your research uses
5) "in this 4 modes" -> in these four modes

=====below: the current text====
The Finder can be used in 4 different ways:
	- Selectors: your research is done among selectors
	- Classes : your research is done among class's names
	- Source : your research is done among all the method's sources
	- Examples : your research use the Method Finder behavior
			   (for further informations, print 'FinderUI methodFinderExplanation')
			
In this 4 modes, you can also tick the 'Use RegEx' checkbox.
If you pick this box, your search will be done using regular expressions  
instead of just matching.

The 'Select classes' button opened a dialog window  to select which classes  
will be used for the search.
The 'All classes' button is used to reset the classes selection.






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