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Description: Fix some typos.
Author: Mònica Ramírez Arceda <monica@probeta.net>
Last-Update: 2017-01-22

--- a/doc/concepts.html
+++ b/doc/concepts.html
@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@
 
 <p>The GPS correlate program accepts GPS data in the GPX format: an open XML format. The format is quite arbitrary, and, naturally, everyone has their own GPS file format. So, in that way, this program is no exception.</p>
 
-<p>Exactly how you will get the GPS data from a discrete device is very much device dependant. Many devices have serial cables or USB cables to download the data (although the USB cables are often glorified USB-to-serial convertors). What format it will turn out as is also the big question. I personally recommend GPSBabel, which can convert between many formats (thus translating from whatever strange one your downloading method/program produces) and can also download from Garmin and Magellen GPS devices directly (so you can download straight to GPX and retain lots of useful metadata, like track segments).</p>
+<p>Exactly how you will get the GPS data from a discrete device is very much device dependant. Many devices have serial cables or USB cables to download the data (although the USB cables are often glorified USB-to-serial converters). What format it will turn out as is also the big question. I personally recommend GPSBabel, which can convert between many formats (thus translating from whatever strange one your downloading method/program produces) and can also download from Garmin and Magellen GPS devices directly (so you can download straight to GPX and retain lots of useful metadata, like track segments).</p>
 
 <p>If you logged the GPS data with a computer... well, it could be any format, depending on how it is logged. One trick would be to log the NMEA sentences as they came from the GPS directly into a file. Once the logging is done, GPSBabel can convert these NMEA sentences directly into GPX format. Usually these are one second fixes, so this would yeild very good results - however, lugging around a laptop to log the data might not be convenient. A PDA might be convenient, though...</p>
 
--- a/gui.c
+++ b/gui.c
@@ -289,7 +289,7 @@
   SelectGPSButton = gtk_button_new_with_mnemonic ("Choose...");
   gtk_widget_show (SelectGPSButton);
   gtk_box_pack_start (GTK_BOX (GPSDataVBox), SelectGPSButton, FALSE, FALSE, 0);
-  gtk_tooltips_set_tip (tooltips, SelectGPSButton, "Choose GPX file to read GPS data from. If the GPS data is not in the GPX format, use a convertor like GPSBabel to convert it to GPX.", NULL);
+  gtk_tooltips_set_tip (tooltips, SelectGPSButton, "Choose GPX file to read GPS data from. If the GPS data is not in the GPX format, use a converter like GPSBabel to convert it to GPX.", NULL);
   g_signal_connect (G_OBJECT (SelectGPSButton), "clicked",
   		G_CALLBACK (SelectGPSButtonPress), NULL);
 
--- a/doc/gpscorrelate-manpage.xml.in
+++ b/doc/gpscorrelate-manpage.xml.in
@@ -158,7 +158,7 @@
     <para>This manual page documents briefly the <command>&dhpackage;</command>
       and <command>&dhpackage;-gui</command> commands.</para>
 
-    <para>There is an extended documenation available in HTML format; see below.</para>
+    <para>There is an extended documentation available in HTML format; see below.</para>
 
     <para><command>&dhpackage;</command> is a program that acts on digital images
       in JPEG format filling EXIF (Exchangeable Image File Format) fields