Squirrel of Justice (snarkbite) wrote in lj_userdoc,
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suggestion for FAQ 32

FAQ 32 -- How do I add my current mood and music....

In the current text of this FAQ, the last two sentences of the CLIENTS section read like this:

"If you are using the web update client, you may also combine a choice from the drop-down list with a mood that you enter yourself. This will cause the icon corresponding to the preset mood to display along with the text that you enter, allowing you to show appropriate icons for your own custom moods."

My question is, why is a comment about the web interface included in the CLIENTS section, especially when this is a fairly common question we get -- or rather, we give the answer of 'combine the two' fairly often.


I'd therefore like to suggest that these two sentences be moved up a bit (with one word removed), to the end of the second paragraph of the FAQ, yielding a new second paragraph of:

"To enter your current mood, you can select an option from the dropdown list next to "Mood", or you can leave the selection blank and type your mood into the text box provided to the right. If you are using the web update client, you may also combine a choice from the drop-down list with a mood that you enter yourself. This will cause the icon corresponding to the preset mood to display along with the text that you enter, allowing you to show appropriate icons for your own custom moods."

I think it just fits/flows better in that location than the other. Agree/disagree/other? ;)
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