Changeset 869a7fc in subsurface for Documentation/user-manual.txt


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Timestamp:
Mar 4, 2017, 12:08:17 PM (8 months ago)
Author:
Dirk Hohndel <dirk@…>
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git-author:
Martin Měřinský <mermar@…> (02/27/17 03:14:22)
git-committer:
Dirk Hohndel <dirk@…> (03/04/17 12:08:17)
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dive master > divemaster

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  • Documentation/user-manual.txt

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    217217of information within _Subsurface_ is a dive. The most important information
    218218in a simple dive logbook usually includes dive type, date, time, duration,
    219 depth, the names of your dive buddy and the dive master or dive guide, and
     219depth, the names of your dive buddy and the divemaster or dive guide, and
    220220some remarks about the dive. _Subsurface_ can store much more
    221221information for each dive.  To add a dive to a dive log, select _Log
     
    759759*Divemaster*: The name of the divemaster or dive guide should be
    760760entered in this field
    761 which offers auto selection based on the list of dive masters in
     761which offers auto selection based on the list of divemasters in
    762762the current logbook.
    763763
     
    27892789
    27902790The dives in the *Dive List* panel can be filtered, selecting only some
    2791 of the dives based on their attributes, e.g. dive tags, dive site, dive master, buddy or protective
     2791of the dives based on their attributes, e.g. dive tags, dive site, divemaster, buddy or protective
    27922792clothing. For instance, filtering lets you list the deep dives at a particular
    27932793dive site, or otherwise the cave dives with a particular buddy.
     
    46754675|duration| (*string*) duration of the dive
    46764676|depth| (*string*) depth of the dive
    4677 |divemaster| (*string*) dive master for the dive
     4677|divemaster| (*string*) divemaster for the dive
    46784678|buddy| (*string*) buddy for the dive
    46794679|airTemp| (*string*) air temperature of the dive
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