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Bug#514009: Release notes: section about Braille displays in installing.dbk/installing.po

Justin B Rye <jbr@edlug.org.uk> writes:

> W. Martin Borgert wrote:
>> On 2009-02-07 18:41, Samuel Thibault wrote:
>>> Christian Perrier, le Sat 07 Feb 2009 17:05:01 +0100, a écrit :
>>>>> +<section id="install-with-speech">
>>>>> +  <title>Install &debian; with a hardware speech synthesis</title>
>>>> [...] and maybe "s/a/an"
>>> Before the h of hardware?  I wouldn't say so.
>> Maybe because in French you don't pronounce the 'h' at the
>> beginning of a syllable? ;~)
> Yes: "an hour", "a USB drive", "an xterm", "a one-off".

Just to make it clear: "an hour" but "a hardware", right?

>>>> +  <para>         
>>>> +    Support for hardware speech syntheses is enabled only along support for
>>>> +    graphical installer.  You thus need to select the <computeroutput>Graphical
>>>> +    install</computeroutput> entry in the boot menu.         
>>>> +  </para>         
> Assuming this is the right content, the English needs fixing: "along
> support for graphical installer" should be "along ^with^ support for
> ^the^ graphical installer".

I'd suggest something simpler, like this, if possible (my English may
need fixing, but the idea is to get rid of "along with support for"
and s/syntheses/synthesis/):

    Support for hardware speech synthesis (not syntheses) is present
    only in the graphical installer.

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