[docs] wineusr: Fix more typos

André Hentschel nerv at dawncrow.de
Wed Feb 16 12:08:56 CST 2011

As spotted by Andrew Singleton.

 en/wineusr-configuring.sgml |    6 +++---
 1 files changed, 3 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

diff --git a/en/wineusr-configuring.sgml b/en/wineusr-configuring.sgml
index 6bfc27e..56f7923 100644
--- a/en/wineusr-configuring.sgml
+++ b/en/wineusr-configuring.sgml
@@ -294,7 +294,7 @@
             see buttons to add and remove available drives.
             When you choose to add a drive, a new entry will be made
             and a default drive mapping will appear.  You can change where
-            this drives points to by changing what's in the 
+            this drive points to by changing what's in the
             <emphasis>Path:</emphasis> box.  If you're unsure of the
             exact path you can choose "Browse" to search for it.
             Removing a drive is as easy as selecting the drive and
@@ -390,13 +390,13 @@
         of applications and the operating system.  Likewise, Wine
         implements a registry and some settings not found in Winecfg
         can be changed within it.  (There's actually more of a chance
-        you'll need to dip into the registry to change an applications'
+        you'll need to dip into the registry to change an application's
         settings than Wine itself.)
         Now, the fact that Wine itself uses the registry to store settings
         has been controversial.  Some people argue that it's too much like
-        Windows.  To counter this, there's several things to consider.
+        Windows.  To counter this there are several things to consider.
         First, it's impossible to avoid implementing a registry simply
         because applications expect to be able to store their settings there.
         In order for Wine to store and access settings in a separate

Best Regards, André Hentschel

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