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[Bug 604791] Re: Item Used for Searching Example


I agree. Especially now that the world cup is finished.

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

** Changed in: ubuntu-manual
    Milestone: None => edition-2

** Changed in: ubuntu-manual
     Assignee: (unassigned) => Chris Woollard (cwoollard)

Item Used for Searching Example
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Status in Ubuntu Manual: In Progress

Bug description:
\subsubsection{Searching the web}

To search the web in Firefox, type a few words into the Firefox search Bar.

For example, if you want to find information about the \emph{world cup}:

   \item Click on the \menu{Search Bar}.
   \item Type the phrase ``\emph{world cup}.'' Your typing replaces any 
text currently in the Search Bar.
   \item Press \keystroke{Enter} to search.

Search results from Google for ``world cup'' should appear in the Firefox 
This example uses the "World Cup". I think it would be better to use another query. The rationale is, not everyone likes soccer (or football, I'm Canadian) and the World Cup doesn't happen often. By using somethin such as "Ubuntu" as the query it is both related and "happens" often.