Changeset ebffd75 in subsurface


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Timestamp:
Dec 23, 2013, 9:40:11 AM (4 years ago)
Author:
Dirk Hohndel <dirk@…>
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git-author:
Willem Ferguson <willemferguson@…> (12/22/13 08:59:30)
git-committer:
Dirk Hohndel <dirk@…> (12/23/13 09:40:11)
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User manual: updates

Correct error in manual
Add some short text in sections dealing with equipment.

[Dirk Hohndel: clean up whitespace & regenerate the html file]

Signed-off-by: Willem Ferguson <willemferguson@…>
Signed-off-by: Dirk Hohndel <dirk@…>

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  • Documentation/user-manual.html.git

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    557557dive into these fields to the right of the Starttime. You do not need to type
    558558in units of temperature: Subsurface supplies these automatically, you only need
    559 type the number. (The units selected in the <em>Preferences</em> <span class="red"><a id="URL link"></a></span>
     559type the number. (The units selected in the <em>Preferences</em>
    560560will determine whether metric or imperial units are displayed)</p></div>
    561561<div class="paragraph"><p><strong>Location</strong>: Here you enter the name of the dive site, e.g. "Tihany, Lake Balaton,
     
    656656<div class="paragraph"><p>Now you need to indicate the starting pressure and the ending pressure of the
    657657gas used during your dive. The unit of pressure (metric/imperial) corresponds
    658 to the setting you chose in the preferences <span class="red"><a id="LINK"></a></span>.</p></div>
     658to the setting you chose in the preferences.</p></div>
    659659<div class="paragraph"><p>Finally you need to type in the gas mixture that you used. If you used air, you
    660660can enter 21% or leave the field blank. If you used nitrox or trimix, specify
    661661the percentage of oxygen and the percentage of helium. Leave any inappropriate
    662 fields empty. Add information for any additional cylinders by using the + button
     662fields empty. After typing the information for the cylinder then
     663either press <em>ENTER</em> on the keyboard or click outside the cell that contains
     664the cursor. Add information for any additional cylinders by using the + button
    663665at the top right hand. Here is an example of a complete description for a
    664666dive using two cylinders (air and EAN40):</p></div>
     
    685687</div>
    686688<div class="paragraph"><p>Use the drop-down list to select your type of weight system. In the <strong>Weight</strong>
    687 field, type in the weight used during the dive. It is possible to enter
     689field, type in the weight used during the dive. After typing the information
     690for the weight system either press <em>ENTER</em> on the keyboard or click outside the
     691cell that contains the cursor. It is possible to enter
    688692information for more than one weight system by adding an additional system using
    689693the + button on the top right hand. Weight systems can be deleted using the dustbin
     
    714718that the cursor represents are indicated, respectively on the left hand and
    715719bottom axes. The units (metric/imperial) on the axes are determined by the
    716 <strong>preference</strong> settings <span class="red"><a id="LINK"></a></span>. The dive profile itself comprises several
     720<strong>preference</strong> settings. The dive profile itself comprises several
    717721line segments demarcated by waypoints (white dots on the profile, as shown
    718722above). The default dive depth is 15m.
     
    938942editing is required, you do not need to type in units of temperature:
    939943Subsurface supplies these automatically, only a number is required. (The units
    940 selected in the <em>Preferences</em> <span class="red"><a id="URL link"></a></span> will determine whether metric
     944selected in the <em>Preferences</em> will determine whether metric
    941945or imperial units are displayed)</p></div>
    942946<div class="paragraph"><p><strong>Location</strong>: Here type in text that describes the site where you did this dive,
     
    10381042<div class="paragraph"><p>Now you need to indicate the starting pressure and the ending pressure of the
    10391043specified gas during your dive. The unit of pressure (metric/imperial)
    1040 corresponds to the setting you chose in the preferences <span class="red"><a id="LINK"></a></span>.</p></div>
     1044corresponds to the setting you chose in the preferences.</p></div>
    10411045<div class="paragraph"><p>Finally you need to type in the gas mixture that you used. If you used air, you
    10421046can enter 21% or leave the field blank. If you used nitrox or trimix, specify
    10431047the percentage of oxygen and the percentage of helium. Leave any inappropriate
    1044 fields empty. Add information for any additional cylinders by using the<br />
     1048fields empty. After typing the information for the cylinder
     1049either press <em>ENTER</em> on the keyboard or click outside the cell that contains
     1050the cursor. Add information for any additional cylinders by using the<br />
    10451051button at the top right hand. Here is an example of a complete description for a
    10461052dive using two cylinders (air and EAN40):</p></div>
     
    10671073</div>
    10681074<div class="paragraph"><p>Use the drop-down list to select your type of weight system. In the <strong>Weight</strong>
    1069 field, type in the weight used during the dive. It is possible to enter
     1075field, type in the weight used during the dive. After specifying the weight
     1076system either press <em>ENTER</em> on the keyboard or click outside the cell with the cursor.
     1077It is possible to enter
    10701078information for more than one weight system by adding an additional system
    10711079using the + button on the top right hand. Weight systems can be deleted using
     
    20292037<div class="paragraph"><p>Dives can be permanently deleted from the dive log by selecting and
    20302038right-clicking them to bring up the context menu, and then selecting <strong>Delete
    2031 x dive</strong>. Typically this would apply to a case where you wish to delete workshop
     2039dive(s)</strong>. Typically this would apply to a case where you wish to delete workshop
    20322040calibration dives of the dive computer or dives of extremely short duration.</p></div>
    20332041</div>
     
    25932601          devices can be found as Mac_OSX_VCP_Driver.zip at
    25942602          <a href="http://www.silabs.com/support/pages/support.aspx?ProductFamily=USB+Bridges">http://www.silabs.com/support/pages/support.aspx?ProductFamily=USB+Bridges</a>
    2595           <span class="red">(see further hints in <a href="#AppendixB">Appendix B</a>)</span>
    25962603</p>
    25972604</li>
     
    27802787<img src="images/icons/iumis.jpg" alt="Note" />
    27812788</td>
    2782 <td class="content">Things are very similar to a normal USB-connected dive computer when downloadin
    2783 g dives from a Uemis Zurich
     2789<td class="content">Things are very similar to a normal USB-connected dive computer when
     2790downloading dives from a Uemis Zurich
    27842791dive computer (which certainly is one of the ones that DO recharge when
    27852792connected to the USB port). The main difference is that you don&#8217;t enter a
     
    28692876<div id="footer">
    28702877<div id="footer-text">
    2871 Last updated 2013-12-19 07:22:47 PST
     2878Last updated 2013-12-23 09:39:23 PST
    28722879</div>
    28732880</div>
  • Documentation/user-manual.txt

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    262262Now you need to indicate the starting pressure and the ending pressure of the
    263263gas used during your dive. The unit of pressure (metric/imperial) corresponds
    264 to the setting you chose in the preferences [red]#[[LINK]]#.
     264to the setting you chose in the preferences.
    265265
    266266Finally you need to type in the gas mixture that you used. If you used air, you
    267267can enter 21% or leave the field blank. If you used nitrox or trimix, specify
    268268the percentage of oxygen and the percentage of helium. Leave any inappropriate
    269 fields empty. Add information for any additional cylinders by using the + button
     269fields empty. After typing the information for the cylinder then
     270either press _ENTER_ on the keyboard or click outside the cell that contains
     271the cursor. Add information for any additional cylinders by using the + button
    270272at the top right hand. Here is an example of a complete description for a
    271273dive using two cylinders (air and EAN40):
     
    286288
    287289Use the drop-down list to select your type of weight system. In the *Weight*
    288 field, type in the weight used during the dive. It is possible to enter
     290field, type in the weight used during the dive. After typing the information
     291for the weight system either press _ENTER_ on the keyboard or click outside the
     292cell that contains the cursor. It is possible to enter
    289293information for more than one weight system by adding an additional system using
    290294the + button on the top right hand. Weight systems can be deleted using the dustbin
     
    589593can enter 21% or leave the field blank. If you used nitrox or trimix, specify
    590594the percentage of oxygen and the percentage of helium. Leave any inappropriate
    591 fields empty. Add information for any additional cylinders by using the +
     595fields empty. After typing the information for the cylinder
     596either press _ENTER_ on the keyboard or click outside the cell that contains
     597the cursor. Add information for any additional cylinders by using the +
    592598button at the top right hand. Here is an example of a complete description for a
    593599dive using two cylinders (air and EAN40):
     
    608614
    609615Use the drop-down list to select your type of weight system. In the *Weight*
    610 field, type in the weight used during the dive. It is possible to enter
     616field, type in the weight used during the dive. After specifying the weight
     617system either press _ENTER_ on the keyboard or click outside the cell with the cursor.
     618It is possible to enter
    611619information for more than one weight system by adding an additional system
    612620using the + button on the top right hand. Weight systems can be deleted using
     
    12561264Dives can be permanently deleted from the dive log by selecting and
    12571265right-clicking them to bring up the context menu, and then selecting *Delete
    1258 x dive*. Typically this would apply to a case where you wish to delete workshop
     1266dive(s)*. Typically this would apply to a case where you wish to delete workshop
    12591267calibration dives of the dive computer or dives of extremely short duration.
    12601268
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