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[Bug 586791] Re: Past tense required for "you finish writing", p.64
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Status: Fix Committed => Fix Released
Past tense required for "you finish writing", p.64
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Status in Ubuntu Manual: Fix Released
Ch. 3, § "Understanding the folder list", p. 64 (PDF p. 66)
For example, if you are working on your email while offline (such as in an airplane), you can still click the Send button on an email message that you finish writing.
The past tense, "you've finished", is needed; the "Send button" isn't "on" a message; and the bracketed example-within-an-example can also be tidied up
For example, if you are in an airplane or another location without an Internet connection, you can still click the Send button once you've finished writing an email.