author: Jacob Moody <firstname.lastname@example.org>
date: Sun Oct 9 20:42:22 EDT 2022
@@ -55,13 +55,13 @@
Conversion is done in two layers, an implicit
-layer for unambigious mappings, and an explicit
+layer for unambiguous mappings, and an explicit
layer for selecting one match out of a list of
-ambigious matches. The following control characters
+ambiguous matches. The following control characters
are used for conversion instructions.
-Explicitely match the current input, consecutive inputs of ctl-\e
+Explicitly match the current input, consecutive inputs of ctl-\e
will cycle through all the possible options.
@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@
The implicit layer happens automatically as characters
are input, transforming a consecutive set of key strokes
in to their rune counterpart. A series of runes may then
-be explicitely matched by cycling through a list of options.
+be explicitly matched by cycling through a list of options.
automatically maintains a buffer of the current series of
key strokes being considered for an explicit match, and resets
@@ -87,12 +87,12 @@
will provide a graphical display of current explicit conversion
candidates as implicit conversion is done. Candidates are highlighted
as a user cycles through them. At the bottom of the list is an exit
-button for quiting the program. Keyboard input typed in to the window is
+button for quitting the program. Keyboard input typed in to the window is
transliterated but discarded, providing a scratch input space. The
option disables this display.
-The Hiragana and Katakana modes implicitly turn hepburn representations
+The Hiragana and Katakana modes implicitly turn Hepburn representations
in to their Kana counterparts. Explicit conversions combine sequences
of Hiragana in to Kanji.