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[Bug 585841] Re: SSID consistency, p. 48


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     Assignee: (unassigned) => Jason.Cook599 (jason-cook599)

** Changed in: ubuntu-manual
       Status: New => In Progress

SSID consistency, p. 48
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Bug description:
Rev. 788
Ch. 3, § "Changing an existing wireless network", p. 48 (PDF p. 50)
Type: consistency

The bottom of p. 47 refers to "an SSID", while the bottom of p. 48 refers to "a SSID". In my experience this is spoken letter for letter rather than said as an acronym, which makes the text:
A[n] SSID is the wireless connection’s network name—if set incorrectly, the network may not be detected and a connection may not be made.

If, however, the consensus is for the acronym, then p. 47 should be changed instead. Either way, being consistent is better.