Changeset ae87985 in subsurface


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Oct 16, 2017, 2:37:21 AM (5 weeks ago)
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Dirk Hohndel <dirk@…>
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Guillaume GARDET <guillaume.gardet@…> (10/16/17 01:49:10)
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Dirk Hohndel <dirk@…> (10/16/17 02:37:21)
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Documentation: Merge and update french translations

Signed-off-by: Guillaume GARDET <guillaume.gardet@…>
Signed-off-by: Dirk Hohndel <dirk@…>

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  • Documentation/50-pot/subsurface-mobile-manual.pot

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    99"Project-Id-Version: subsurface-manual VERSION\n"
    1010"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: subsurface@subsurface-divelog.org\n"
    11 "POT-Creation-Date: 2017-10-11 10:20+0200\n"
     11"POT-Creation-Date: 2017-10-16 10:18+0200\n"
    1212"PO-Revision-Date: YEAR-MO-DA HO:MI+ZONE\n"
    1313"Last-Translator: FULL NAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>\n"
     
    2222#: mobile-manual.txt:13
    2323#, no-wrap
    24 msgid "mobile-images/banner.jpg"
     24msgid "mobile-images/Banner.jpg"
    2525msgstr ""
    2626
     
    3636msgstr ""
    3737
    38 #. type: Plain text
    39 #: mobile-manual.txt:20
    40 msgid "toc::[]"
    41 msgstr ""
    42 
     38#.  toc::[]
    4339#. type: Plain text
    4440#: mobile-manual.txt:22
    45 msgid "[blue]#_Version 2, July 2017_#"
     41msgid "[blue]#_Version 2, October 2017_#"
    4642msgstr ""
    4743
     
    4945#: mobile-manual.txt:30
    5046msgid ""
    51 "Welcome as a user of _Subsurface_, advanced dive logging software with "
    52 "extensive infrastructure to describe, organize, interpret and print scuba "
    53 "and free dives. _Subsurface_ offers many advantages over other similar "
    54 "software solutions, including compatibility with Windows, Mac-OS/X, Linux "
    55 "(many distributions), Android and iOS. In addition, _Subsurface_ is "
    56 "open-source software that allows downloading dive information from most dive "
    57 "computers."
     47"Welcome as a user of _Subsurface_ and _Subsurface-mobile_, advanced dive "
     48"logging software with extensive infrastructure to describe, organize, and "
     49"interpret scuba and free dives. _Subsurface_ offers many advantages over "
     50"other similar software solutions, including compatibility with Windows, "
     51"Mac-OS/X, Linux (many distributions), Android and iOS. In addition, "
     52"_Subsurface_ is open-source software that allows downloading dive "
     53"information from many dive computers."
    5854msgstr ""
    5955
     
    6561
    6662#. type: Plain text
    67 #: mobile-manual.txt:40
    68 msgid ""
    69 "_Subsurface-mobile_ is an extension of _Subsurface_ which runs on Android "
    70 "and iOS smartphone and tablet devices and is a tool for viewing or sharing "
    71 "dive information at dive sites where a larger computer is not "
    72 "useful. _Subsurface-mobile_ for Android also allows the gathering of GPS "
    73 "locations where dives are performed (Subsurface-mobile for iOS currently "
    74 "does not have full functionality)."
     63#: mobile-manual.txt:42
     64msgid ""
     65"_Subsurface-mobile_ is a more limited mobile version of _Subsurface_ aimed "
     66"at Android and iOS smartphone and tablet devices, allowing viewing, "
     67"entering, sharing, and storage of dive information at dive sites where a "
     68"larger computer is not useful. While the desktop version of _Subsurface_ "
     69"shows much more detailed information for each dive, the mobile version "
     70"allows a more accessible dive log on a dive trip, useful for proving dive "
     71"experience to dive shops or to review previous dives. _Subsurface-mobile_ "
     72"for Android allows the gathering of GPS locations where dives are performed "
     73"(Subsurface-mobile for iOS currently does not have full functionality)."
     74msgstr ""
     75
     76#. type: Plain text
     77#: mobile-manual.txt:48
     78msgid ""
     79"Users of _Subsurface-mobile_ typically use the mobile app as a companion to "
     80"the laptop/desktop version of _Subsurface_, sharing dive information between "
     81"the mobile and the desktop versions. However _Subsurface-mobile_ can also be "
     82"used independently of the desktop version and does not require the use of "
     83"cloud storage."
     84msgstr ""
     85
     86#. type: Plain text
     87#: mobile-manual.txt:50
     88msgid "_Subsurface-mobile_ allows:"
    7589msgstr ""
    7690
    7791#. type: Plain text
    7892#: mobile-manual.txt:52
    79 msgid ""
    80 "_Subsurface-mobile_ allows you to enter and save dive information using a "
    81 "mobile device. Users of _Subsurface-mobile_ typically use the mobile app as "
    82 "an extension to the laptop/desktop version of _Subsurface_ that allows the "
    83 "storage of dive logs on the Internet and sharing them between the mobile and "
    84 "the desktop versions. But _Subsurface-mobile_ can also be used independently "
    85 "of _Subsurface_ and does not require the use of cloud storage.  While the "
    86 "desktop version of _Subsurface_ shows much more detailed information for "
    87 "each dive, the mobile version allows a more accessible dive log on a dive "
    88 "trip, useful for proving dive experience to dive shops or to review previous "
    89 "dives."
     93msgid "Download and storage of dive log information using the _Subsurface_ cloud."
     94msgstr ""
     95
     96#. type: Plain text
     97#: mobile-manual.txt:53
     98msgid "Viewing this information on a mobile device."
    9099msgstr ""
    91100
    92101#. type: Plain text
    93102#: mobile-manual.txt:54
    94 msgid "_Subsurface-mobile_ allows you to:"
    95 msgstr ""
    96 
    97 #. type: Plain text
    98 #: mobile-manual.txt:56
    99 msgid "Download existing dive log information from the Internet."
     103msgid "Manually creating and adding new dive records to your dive log."
     104msgstr ""
     105
     106#. type: Plain text
     107#: mobile-manual.txt:55
     108msgid "Download dive data directly from many dive computers."
    100109msgstr ""
    101110
    102111#. type: Plain text
    103112#: mobile-manual.txt:57
    104 msgid "View this information on a mobile device."
    105 msgstr ""
    106 
    107 #. type: Plain text
    108 #: mobile-manual.txt:59
    109 msgid ""
    110 "Edit many of the dive log data fields, e.g. divemaster, buddy, equipment or "
    111 "notes about a dive."
     113msgid ""
     114"Editing many of the dive log data fields, e.g. divemaster, buddy, equipment "
     115"or notes relating to a dive."
     116msgstr ""
     117
     118#. type: Plain text
     119#: mobile-manual.txt:58
     120msgid "Recording, storing and applying GPS positions of dives (Android only)."
    112121msgstr ""
    113122
    114123#. type: Plain text
    115124#: mobile-manual.txt:60
    116 msgid "Manually create and add new dive records to your dive log."
    117 msgstr ""
    118 
    119 #. type: Plain text
    120 #: mobile-manual.txt:61
    121 msgid "Download dive data directly from many dive computers."
    122 msgstr ""
    123 
    124 #. type: Plain text
    125 #: mobile-manual.txt:62
    126 msgid "Store the updated dive log in the _Subsurface_ cloud storage."
    127 msgstr ""
    128 
    129 #. type: Plain text
    130 #: mobile-manual.txt:63
    131 msgid "Record, store and apply GPS positions of dives (Android only)."
    132 msgstr ""
    133 
    134 #. type: Plain text
    135 #: mobile-manual.txt:65
    136 msgid "View the localities of recorded GPS positions and of dives on a map."
    137 msgstr ""
    138 
    139 #. type: Plain text
    140 #: mobile-manual.txt:71
     125msgid "Viewing the localities of recorded GPS positions and of dives on a map."
     126msgstr ""
     127
     128#. type: Plain text
     129#: mobile-manual.txt:66
    141130msgid ""
    142131"These items are discussed in greater detail in the following text.  "
    143132"_Subsurface-mobile_ does not yet support download of dive data from all the "
    144 "dive computers that the desktop/laptop version can: that still needs to be "
    145 "done using _Subsurface_ on a desktop or laptop computer. Only a subset of "
    146 "dive computers that use a FTDI USB interface or a Bluetooth/BTLE interface "
    147 "are accessible by _Subsurface-mobile_."
     133"dive computers that the desktop/laptop version can. Only a subset of dive "
     134"computers that use a FTDI USB interface or a Bluetooth/BTLE interface are "
     135"accessible by _Subsurface-mobile_."
     136msgstr ""
     137
     138#. type: Title ==
     139#: mobile-manual.txt:67
     140#, no-wrap
     141msgid "Installing _Subsurface-mobile_ on your mobile device"
     142msgstr ""
     143
     144#. type: Plain text
     145#: mobile-manual.txt:71
     146msgid ""
     147"Find _Subsurface-mobile_ in the _Google Play Store_ or the _iTunes Store_ "
     148"and install it. Please note that both stores also contain the older "
     149"_Subsurface_ companion app (used only for tracking GPS positions) - make "
     150"sure you actually install _Subsurface-mobile_."
    148151msgstr ""
    149152
     
    151154#: mobile-manual.txt:72
    152155#, no-wrap
    153 msgid "Installing _Subsurface-mobile_ on your mobile device"
    154 msgstr ""
    155 
    156 #. type: Plain text
    157 #: mobile-manual.txt:76
    158 msgid ""
    159 "Find _Subsurface-mobile_ in the _Google Play Store_ or the _iTunes Store_ "
    160 "and install it."
    161 msgstr ""
    162 
    163 #. type: Title ==
    164 #: mobile-manual.txt:77
    165 #, no-wrap
    166156msgid "Using _Subsurface-mobile_ for the first time"
    167157msgstr ""
    168158
    169159#. type: Plain text
    170 #: mobile-manual.txt:83
    171 msgid ""
    172 "Upon starting _Subsurface-mobile_ for the first time, a Subsurface splash "
     160#: mobile-manual.txt:78
     161msgid ""
     162"When you start _Subsurface-mobile_ for the first time, a Subsurface splash "
    173163"screen is shown while the program loads. On some devices this may take "
    174164"several seconds. After loading, the _Cloud Credentials screen_ appears (see "
     
    176166msgstr ""
    177167
    178 #. type: Plain text
    179 #: mobile-manual.txt:85
    180 msgid ""
    181 "Select whether _Subsurface-mobile_ should access the Internet for dive log "
    182 "information as follows:"
    183 msgstr ""
    184 
    185 #. type: Title ===
    186 #: mobile-manual.txt:86
     168#. type: Target for macro image
     169#: mobile-manual.txt:79
     170#, no-wrap
     171msgid "mobile-images/Credentials.jpg"
     172msgstr ""
     173
     174#. type: Title ===
     175#: mobile-manual.txt:81
    187176#, no-wrap
    188177msgid "When NOT Using Cloud Storage"
     
    190179
    191180#. type: Plain text
    192 #: mobile-manual.txt:91
    193 msgid ""
    194 "Tap the striked-out cloud icon. The app will not access the _Subsurface_ "
     181#: mobile-manual.txt:87
     182msgid ""
     183"Tap the \"No cloud mode\" button. The app will not access the _Subsurface_ "
    195184"cloud storage server to obtain dive log information. This means that dive "
    196 "log information is stored on the mobile device only."
    197 msgstr ""
    198 
    199 #. type: Title ===
    200 #: mobile-manual.txt:92
     185"log information is stored on the mobile device only. If no dives have been "
     186"entered into the dive log yet (the usual case), then a an empty dive log is "
     187"created."
     188msgstr ""
     189
     190#. type: Title ===
     191#: mobile-manual.txt:88
    201192#, no-wrap
    202193msgid "Using Cloud Storage"
     
    204195
    205196#. type: Plain text
    206 #: mobile-manual.txt:96
    207 msgid ""
    208 "In order to use the _Subsurface_ cloud storage, an account on the cloud "
    209 "server is required. If you have already set up an account from the "
    210 "_Subsurface_ desktop application, enter the credentials here."
    211 msgstr ""
    212 
    213 #. type: Plain text
    214 #: mobile-manual.txt:98
    215 msgid "You can also create a new cloud storage account from your mobile device."
    216 msgstr ""
    217 
    218 #. type: Title ====
    219 #: mobile-manual.txt:99
    220 #, no-wrap
    221 msgid "Using the desktop version of _Subsurface_:"
    222 msgstr ""
    223 
    224 #. type: Plain text
    225 #: mobile-manual.txt:110
    226 #, no-wrap
    227 msgid ""
    228 "Open the desktop version of _Subsurface_ and\n"
    229 "click _File   ->  Preferences  -> Network_, explained in detail in the\n"
    230 "https://subsurface-divelog.org/documentation/subsurface-4-user-manual/#\\_create_a_cloud_storage_account[user\n"
    231 "manual for the _Subsurface_ desktop version]. Once the account has\n"
    232 "been created and verified using the desktop version,\n"
    233 "_Subsurface_ desktop alows you to download dive information from dive "
    234 "computers and store this\n"
    235 "on the cloud which can, in turn, be downloaded to "
    236 "_Subsurface-mobile_. _Subsurface-mobile_\n"
    237 "attempts to download the existing dive log from the _Subsurface_ cloud\n"
    238 "server. Appropriate messages are shown onscreen. Finally a list of dives is "
    239 "shown.\n"
    240 msgstr ""
    241 
    242 #. type: Plain text
     197#: mobile-manual.txt:95
     198msgid ""
     199"A free Internet cloud storage account can be used for storing dive log "
     200"information. This cloud storage account can be created either from "
     201"_Subsurface_ on the desktop or _Subsurface-mobile_ using a mobile device; in "
     202"fact, you can do full maintenance of a dive log from _Subsurface-mobile_ "
     203"alone. On the other hand, if you share credentials between "
     204"_Subsurface-mobile_ and _Subsurface_ for desktop, through the _Subsurface_ "
     205"cloud storage your dive log can be shared by both devices."
     206msgstr ""
     207
     208#. type: Plain text
     209#: mobile-manual.txt:97
     210msgid ""
     211"The dive data are cached both on the mobile device as well as on the desktop "
     212"- it is easy to create backups of the data (for example in XML format) on "
     213"the desktop, and both mobile device and desktop keep a local copy of the "
     214"data so that the dive log is always accessible, even without Internet "
     215"connection. The Subsurface team never accesses a user's dive data without "
     216"explicit permission to do so, the data are not used for any purpose other "
     217"than providing them to the user who created them. There are no ads and no "
     218"harvesting / analysis of the data stored in the Subsurface cloud storage."
     219msgstr ""
     220
     221#. type: Plain text
     222#: mobile-manual.txt:106
     223msgid ""
     224"Enter an e-mail address and a password in the fields indicated on the "
     225"screen.  The e-mail address should be in lower case and the password should "
     226"contain a combination of letters from the alphabet (upper and lower case) "
     227"and/or numbers.  Tap the \"Sign-in or Register\" button. If you have already "
     228"set up an account from the _Subsurface_ desktop application, enter the same "
     229"credentials here.  Once the dive list has been downloaded from the cloud, "
     230"_Subsurface-mobile_ usually works only with the the local copy on the mobile "
     231"device. This avoids long delays or even failure of operations if there is a "
     232"bad (or no) internet connection, a situation fairly common at many dive "
     233"sites."
     234msgstr ""
     235
     236#. type: Plain text
     237#: mobile-manual.txt:113
     238msgid ""
     239"If this is a new account, a PIN screen will open (see image on right, "
     240"above). A PIN is e-mailed to the email address entered in the previous "
     241"step. Enter this PIN into the field indicated and tap the _Register_ "
     242"button. The user information is stored on the cloud server and access to the "
     243"cloud is enabled. In this case the dive list is initially empty. Start "
     244"entering dives in the dive log or download dive information from a supported "
     245"dive computer."
     246msgstr ""
     247
     248#. type: Plain text
     249#: mobile-manual.txt:118
     250msgid ""
     251"The dive log can be updated automatically. If there is Internet "
     252"connectivity, _Subsurface-mobile_ accesses the cloud-based dive log to "
     253"verify that the local copy of the dive log is still the same as the log in "
     254"the cloud server. If not, the local copy and the copy on the server are "
     255"synchronized."
     256msgstr ""
     257
     258#. type: Title ===
    243259#: mobile-manual.txt:119
    244 msgid ""
    245 "Once the dive list has been downloaded from the Internet, "
    246 "_Subsurface-mobile_ keeps a local copy on the mobile device. This means that "
    247 "even if there is no Internet connection at a dive site, you can still access "
    248 "the local copy and view and manipulate dive information. If there is "
    249 "Internet connectivity, _Subsurface-mobile_ accesses the cloud-based dive log "
    250 "to verify that the local copy is still the same as the Internet-stored "
    251 "copy. If not, the local copy and the copy on the server are synchronised."
    252 msgstr ""
    253 
    254 #. type: Target for macro image
    255 #: mobile-manual.txt:121
    256 #, no-wrap
    257 msgid "mobile-images/Credentials.jpg"
    258 msgstr ""
    259 
    260 #. type: Title ====
     260#, no-wrap
     261msgid "Changing the existing login credentials on the _Subsurface_ cloud"
     262msgstr ""
     263
     264#. type: Plain text
     265#: mobile-manual.txt:123
     266msgid ""
     267"The login credentials can be changed, for an example in order to work with "
     268"multiple accounts. See the section on xref:S_ChangeCloudAccount[Changing to "
     269"a different _Subsurface_ cloud account]."
     270msgstr ""
     271
     272#. type: Title ==
    261273#: mobile-manual.txt:124
    262274#, no-wrap
    263 msgid "Using _Subsurface-mobile_:"
     275msgid "Menu Structure and User Interface"
    264276msgstr ""
    265277
     
    267279#: mobile-manual.txt:132
    268280msgid ""
    269 "Enter an e-mail address and a password in the fields indicated on the "
    270 "screen.  The e-mail should be in lower case and the password should contain "
    271 "a combination of letters from the alphabet (upper and lower case) and/or "
    272 "numbers. When entering a password, it is possible to check a checkbox that "
    273 "enables the text of the password to be shown (image on left, above). At this "
    274 "stage, the red message \"Cannot connect to cloud storage\" appears on the "
    275 "screen.  This is normal because a valid PIN has not yet been provided (image "
    276 "on left, above)."
     281"At the bottom of many Subsurface-mobile screens is a round button that "
     282"provides for several actions (see image below). The most common choice is "
     283"indicated in a round colored _action button_ (in the case below, edit a "
     284"dive). Alternative actions are indicated in a white _action bar_.  On "
     285"Android devices, use the Android Back button for \"cancel\", \"discard\" or "
     286"\"back\" actions. For example, when editing dive information, tapping the "
     287"action button saves the changes while the Android back button can be used to "
     288"cancel the edit without saving changes."
    277289msgstr ""
    278290
    279291#. type: Plain text
    280292#: mobile-manual.txt:135
    281 msgid ""
    282 "Tap the Disk (Save) icon at the bottom of the screen. A PIN is sent to the "
    283 "e-mail address provided."
    284 msgstr ""
    285 
    286 #. type: Plain text
    287 #: mobile-manual.txt:138
    288 msgid ""
    289 "Enter the PIN into the field indicated and tap the _Save_ icon again. The "
    290 "user information is stored on the cloud server and access to the cloud is "
    291 "enabled."
    292 msgstr ""
    293 
    294 #. type: Plain text
    295 #: mobile-manual.txt:142
    296 msgid ""
    297 "The dive list is initially empty. Start entering dives in the dive log or "
    298 "download dive information from either a _Subsurface_ cloud storage account "
    299 "or from a dive computer."
    300 msgstr ""
    301 
    302 #. type: Title ==
    303 #: mobile-manual.txt:144
    304 #, no-wrap
    305 msgid "Menu Structure and User Interface"
    306 msgstr ""
    307 
    308 #. type: Plain text
    309 #: mobile-manual.txt:153
    310 msgid ""
    311 "At the bottom of many Subsurface-mobile screens is a round button that "
    312 "provides for several actions and which allows the selection of the main "
    313 "affirmative action (see image above and image below).  On Android devices, "
    314 "use the Android Back button for \"cancel\", \"discard\" or \"back\" "
    315 "actions. For example, when editing dive information, tapping the action "
    316 "button saves the changes while the Android back button can be used to cancel "
    317 "the edit without saving changes."
    318 msgstr ""
    319 
    320 #. type: Plain text
    321 #: mobile-manual.txt:156
    322293msgid ""
    323294"On iOS devices, on screens where a \"back\" action is enabled, a back arrow "
     
    326297
    327298#. type: Target for macro image
    328 #: mobile-manual.txt:157
    329 #, no-wrap
    330 msgid "mobile-images/actionbutton.jpg"
    331 msgstr ""
    332 
    333 #. type: Plain text
    334 #: mobile-manual.txt:165
     299#: mobile-manual.txt:136
     300#, no-wrap
     301msgid "mobile-images/Actionbutton.jpg"
     302msgstr ""
     303
     304#. type: Plain text
     305#: mobile-manual.txt:144
    335306msgid ""
    336307"In order to have a consistent experience between iOS and Android, "
     
    343314
    344315#. type: Plain text
    345 #: mobile-manual.txt:168
     316#: mobile-manual.txt:147
    346317msgid ""
    347318"Tap the \"hamburger\" symbol in the lower left corner of the screen (easy to "
     
    350321
    351322#. type: Plain text
    352 #: mobile-manual.txt:169
     323#: mobile-manual.txt:148
    353324msgid "Swipe towards the right across the left edge of the screen"
    354325msgstr ""
    355326
    356327#. type: Plain text
    357 #: mobile-manual.txt:171
     328#: mobile-manual.txt:150
    358329msgid "Drag the action button visible on most screens to the right"
    359330msgstr ""
    360331
    361332#. type: Target for macro image
    362 #: mobile-manual.txt:172
    363 #, no-wrap
    364 msgid "mobile-images/MainMenu2.jpg"
    365 msgstr ""
    366 
    367 #. type: Plain text
    368 #: mobile-manual.txt:179
    369 msgid ""
    370 "The images above indicate some of the important features of the menu "
     333#: mobile-manual.txt:151
     334#, no-wrap
     335msgid "mobile-images/Menusystem.jpg"
     336msgstr ""
     337
     338#. type: Plain text
     339#: mobile-manual.txt:156
     340msgid ""
     341"The image above indicates some of the important features of the menu "
    371342"system.  On the left is the main menu, activated as described above. On the "
    372 "right, above, is a representation of the menu items of all the submenus "
    373 "accessible from the main menu: the main menu items are shown on the left "
    374 "while the submenu contents are shown on a blue background on the right."
    375 msgstr ""
    376 
    377 #. type: Plain text
    378 #: mobile-manual.txt:183
     343"right of the image are the items of all the submenus accessible."
     344msgstr ""
     345
     346#. type: Plain text
     347#: mobile-manual.txt:160
    379348msgid ""
    380349"All screenshots in this user manual are currently from the Android "
     
    384353
    385354#. type: Title ==
    386 #: mobile-manual.txt:184
    387 #, no-wrap
    388 msgid "Viewing the Dive List"
    389 msgstr ""
    390 
    391 #. type: Plain text
    392 #: mobile-manual.txt:193
     355#: mobile-manual.txt:161
     356#, no-wrap
     357msgid "The Dive List"
     358msgstr ""
     359
     360#. type: Plain text
     361#: mobile-manual.txt:172
    393362msgid ""
    394363"Most of the actions of _Subsurface-mobile_ center around the dives on the "
    395364"dive list. While the dive list is loading from the cloud, a message appears "
    396 "at the bottom of the screen, indicating that the cloud is being "
    397 "accessed. Once the list is loaded you can scroll up and down.  Tapping a "
    398 "dive on the list brings up a display of _Details View_ for that dive (see "
    399 "image on right below). This includes the dive profile as well as additional "
    400 "information and notes."
    401 msgstr ""
    402 
    403 #. type: Target for macro image
    404 #: mobile-manual.txt:194
    405 #, no-wrap
    406 msgid "mobile-images/DiveList.jpg"
    407 msgstr ""
    408 
    409 #. type: Plain text
    410 #: mobile-manual.txt:202
     365"at the bottom of the screen, indicating that the cloud is being accessed, "
     366"after which the dive list is shown. Once the list is loaded you can scroll "
     367"up and down.  To upload dives from a dive computer, tap the blue action "
     368"button. If you wish to add a dive manually, tap the + button in the action "
     369"bar (described below).  Tapping an existing dive on the list brings up a "
     370"display of _Details View_ for that dive (see image on right below). This "
     371"includes the dive profile as well as additional information and notes."
     372msgstr ""
     373
     374#. type: Target for macro image
     375#: mobile-manual.txt:173
     376#, no-wrap
     377msgid "mobile-images/Divelist2.jpg"
     378msgstr ""
     379
     380#. type: Plain text
     381#: mobile-manual.txt:181
    411382msgid ""
    412383"You can view other dives by swiping the _Details view_ to the right (for the "
     
    418389
    419390#. type: Title ==
    420 #: mobile-manual.txt:204
     391#: mobile-manual.txt:183
    421392#, no-wrap
    422393msgid "Editing dive details"
     
    424395
    425396#. type: Plain text
    426 #: mobile-manual.txt:215
    427 msgid ""
    428 "At the bottom of the dive details screen the _Action Button_ contains a "
    429 "pencil (image on right, above).  Tapping the pencil button brings up a panel "
    430 "with edit boxes that allows you to change the existing dive information, "
     397#: mobile-manual.txt:193
     398msgid ""
     399"At the bottom of the dive details screen the action button is a pencil "
     400"(image on right, above).  Tapping the pencil button changes the page and "
     401"enables edit boxes that allow modifying the existing dive information, "
    431402"e.g. adding text to the dive notes or changing the names or values of some "
    432403"of the information (see image below).  It may be necessary to scroll the "
    433404"window to access all the information.  At the bottom of the edit screen is a "
    434 "_Save_ action button. Tap this to save the new information. Having saved the "
    435 "data, the dive list screen is updated and shown. To cancel any edits, tap "
    436 "the Android Back Button or swipe the edit screen up (fling it away)."
    437 msgstr ""
    438 
    439 #. type: Target for macro image
    440 #: mobile-manual.txt:216
    441 #, no-wrap
    442 msgid "mobile-images/EditDive.jpg"
    443 msgstr ""
    444 
    445 #. type: Title ==
    446 #: mobile-manual.txt:219
    447 #, no-wrap
    448 msgid "Adding a new dive to the dive list"
    449 msgstr ""
    450 
    451 #. type: Plain text
    452 #: mobile-manual.txt:231
    453 msgid ""
    454 "You can manually add a dive to the existing dive list. On the dive list tap "
    455 "the \"plus\" sign in the _Action Button_, or use the main menu and tap "
    456 "_Manage dives -> Add dive manually_. This opens a screen that is identical "
    457 "to the editing screen discussed above. When a dive is added manually, you "
    458 "cannot directly add a dive profile from a dive computer. However, if you do "
    459 "not use a dive computer, the duration, depth and several other bits of "
    460 "information about the new dive can be entered. The _Action button_ at the "
    461 "bottom of the screen contains a disk symbol. Tap this to save the new "
    462 "dive. To cancel any edits, tap the Android Back Button.  The left-hand image "
    463 "below shows a screenshot of a dive being created and the right-hand image "
    464 "shows the same dive in _Details View_."
    465 msgstr ""
    466 
    467 #. type: Target for macro image
    468 #: mobile-manual.txt:232
    469 #, no-wrap
    470 msgid "mobile-images/ManuallyEnterDive.jpg"
    471 msgstr ""
    472 
    473 #. type: Title ==
    474 #: mobile-manual.txt:234
     405"_Save_ action button. Tap this to save the new information, after which the "
     406"dive list screen is updated and shown. To cancel any edits, tap the Android "
     407"_Back_ Button."
     408msgstr ""
     409
     410#. type: Plain text
     411#: mobile-manual.txt:196
     412msgid ""
     413"When the virtual keyboard is shown, to avoid screen clutter, the action "
     414"button is hidden.  Once you close the keyboard it is drawn again."
     415msgstr ""
     416
     417#. type: Target for macro image
     418#: mobile-manual.txt:197
     419#, no-wrap
     420msgid "mobile-images/Editdive.jpg"
     421msgstr ""
     422
     423#. type: Title ==
     424#: mobile-manual.txt:200
     425#, no-wrap
     426msgid "Manually adding a new dive to the dive list"
     427msgstr ""
     428
     429#. type: Plain text
     430#: mobile-manual.txt:212
     431msgid ""
     432"One can manually add a dive to the existing dive list. On the dive list tap "
     433"the \"plus\" sign in the action bar, or use the main menu and tap _Manage "
     434"dives -> Add dive manually_. This opens a screen that is identical to the "
     435"editing screen discussed above. When a dive is added manually, you cannot "
     436"directly add a dive profile from a dive computer. However, if you do not use "
     437"a dive computer, the duration, depth and several other bits of information "
     438"about the new dive can be entered. The _Action button_ at the bottom of the "
     439"screen contains a disk symbol. Tap this to save the new dive. To cancel any "
     440"edits, tap the Android Back Button.  The left-hand image below shows a "
     441"screenshot of a dive being created and the right-hand image shows the same "
     442"dive in _Details View_."
     443msgstr ""
     444
     445#. type: Target for macro image
     446#: mobile-manual.txt:213
     447#, no-wrap
     448msgid "mobile-images/Manualdive.jpg"
     449msgstr ""
     450
     451#. type: Title ==
     452#: mobile-manual.txt:215
    475453#, no-wrap
    476454msgid "Deleting a dive"
     
    478456
    479457#. type: Plain text
    480 #: mobile-manual.txt:240
     458#: mobile-manual.txt:221
    481459msgid ""
    482460"The _Details View_ of a dive has an Action Bar, including a dustbin. If this "
     
    487465
    488466#. type: Target for macro image
    489 #: mobile-manual.txt:241
     467#: mobile-manual.txt:222
    490468#, no-wrap
    491469msgid "mobile-images/Delete_undo.jpg"
     
    493471
    494472#. type: Plain text
    495 #: mobile-manual.txt:248
    496 msgid ""
    497 "You can also delete a dive from the dive list by long-pressing a specific "
    498 "dive until a red dustbin appears on the right-hand side (see image "
    499 "below). Tap the dustbin. The dive is deleted without asking any confirmation "
    500 "because _Subsurface-mobile_ assumes that the combination of a long tap on "
    501 "the dive with another tap on the red dustbin is an unambiguous instruction "
    502 "to delete the dive."
    503 msgstr ""
    504 
    505 #. type: Target for macro image
     473#: mobile-manual.txt:229
     474msgid ""
     475"You can also delete a dive from the dive list by long-pressing a dive until "
     476"a red dustbin appears on the right-hand side (see image below). Tap the "
     477"dustbin. The dive is deleted without asking any confirmation because "
     478"_Subsurface-mobile_ assumes that the combination of a long tap on the dive "
     479"with another tap on the red dustbin is an unambiguous instruction to delete "
     480"the dive."
     481msgstr ""
     482
     483#. type: Target for macro image
     484#: mobile-manual.txt:230
     485#, no-wrap
     486msgid "mobile-images/RedDustbin.jpg"
     487msgstr ""
     488
     489#. type: Title ==
     490#: mobile-manual.txt:233
     491#, no-wrap
     492msgid "Download dives from a dive computer"
     493msgstr ""
     494
     495#. type: Plain text
     496#: mobile-manual.txt:236
     497msgid ""
     498"Download of dives is possible from dive computers with a FTDI USB interface, "
     499"or with a Bluetooth/BTLE interface."
     500msgstr ""
     501
     502#. type: Plain text
     503#: mobile-manual.txt:238
     504msgid "First, establish a link between the dive computer and the mobile device."
     505msgstr ""
     506
     507#. type: Plain text
     508#: mobile-manual.txt:247
     509msgid ""
     510"For USB dive computers, USB cables \"normally\" used for uploading dives to "
     511"a desktop/laptop computer do NOT work: these cables usually have a "
     512"full-sized (\"Type A\") male USB plug on one end which plugs into the USB "
     513"port of a desktop/laptop computer. For downloads to a mobile device one "
     514"needs a USB OTG (USB On-The-Go) cable. In most cases it is required to plug "
     515"the USB cable \"normally\" used with the dive computer into a USB OTG cable "
     516"which, in turn, plugs into the mini-USB (or sometimes a USB \"Type C\")  "
     517"receptacle of the mobile device. The OTG cable usually has a full-size "
     518"(\"Type A\") female receptacle at one end which accommodates the full-sized "
     519"male plug of the USB cable \"normally\" used (see image below). This means "
     520"that two cables are used to connect the dive computer to the mobile device."
     521msgstr ""
     522
     523#. type: Plain text
    506524#: mobile-manual.txt:249
    507 #, no-wrap
    508 msgid "mobile-images/RedDustbin.jpg"
    509 msgstr ""
    510 
    511 #. type: Title ==
    512 #: mobile-manual.txt:251
    513 #, no-wrap
    514 msgid "Download dives from a dive computer"
    515 msgstr ""
    516 
    517 #. type: Plain text
    518 #: mobile-manual.txt:254
    519 msgid ""
    520 "Download of dives is possible from dive computers with a FTDI USB interface, "
    521 "or with a Bluetooth interface."
    522 msgstr ""
    523 
    524 #. type: Plain text
    525 #: mobile-manual.txt:256
    526 msgid "First, establish a link between the dive computer and the mobile device."
    527 msgstr ""
    528 
    529 #. type: Plain text
    530 #: mobile-manual.txt:265
    531 msgid ""
    532 "For USB dive computers, USB cables \"normally\" used for uploading dives to "
    533 "a desktop/laptop computer do NOT work: these cables often have a full-sized "
    534 "male USB plug on one end which plugs into the USB port of a desktop/laptop "
    535 "computer. For downloads to a mobile device one needs a USB OTG (USB "
    536 "On-The-Go) cable. In most cases it is required to plug the USB cable "
    537 "\"normally\" used with the dive computer into a USB OTG cable which, in "
    538 "turn, plugs into the mini-USB receptacle of the mobile device. The OTG cable "
    539 "often has a full-size female receptacle at one end which accommodates the "
    540 "full-sized male plug of the USB cable \"normally\" used (see image "
    541 "below). This means that two cables are used to connect the dive computer to "
    542 "the mobile device."
    543 msgstr ""
    544 
    545 #. type: Target for macro image
    546 #: mobile-manual.txt:266
     525msgid ""
     526"Please note that not all Android devices support OTG cables. And even on "
     527"some devices that do support those cables in general, _Subsurface-mobile_ "
     528"still in some cases cannot access a dive computer through a serial port."
     529msgstr ""
     530
     531#. type: Target for macro image
     532#: mobile-manual.txt:250
    547533#, no-wrap
    548534msgid "mobile-images/USB-OTG.jpg"
     
    550536
    551537#. type: Plain text
    552 #: mobile-manual.txt:273
     538#: mobile-manual.txt:258
    553539msgid ""
    554540"For Bluetooth-equipped dive computers, establish a Bluetooth connection "
    555541"between the dive computer and the mobile device. Use the tools on the mobile "
    556 "device to achieve this. For of Android mobile devices, the Settings -> "
    557 "Bluetooth tool is probably appropriate. Ensure pairing of the dive computer "
    558 "and mobile device.  _Subsurface-mobile_ performs communication using both "
    559 "Bluetooth and Bluetooth-low-energy (BTLE).  The appropriate choice of "
    560 "Bluetooth communication is made by the software and the user need not be "
    561 "concerned with this."
    562 msgstr ""
    563 
    564 #. type: Plain text
    565 #: mobile-manual.txt:280
    566 msgid ""
    567 "With propper communication between dive computer and _Subsurface-mobile_ "
    568 "having been set up, dive download is simple.  From the main menu, tap "
    569 "_Manage dives -> Download from DC_. A screen is shown requiring that the "
    570 "user specify the names of the vendor and model of the dive computer. For "
    571 "instance, when using a Shearwater Petrel 2 dive computer, the vendor is "
    572 "_Shearwater_ and the Dive computer name is _Petrel 2_. From the two dropdown "
    573 "lists at the top of the screen, select the correct vendor and dive computer "
    574 "names (see image on the left, below). If using a dive computer using a "
    575 "Bluetooth connection, then tap the check box labelled _Bluetooth download_."
    576 msgstr ""
    577 
    578 #. type: Plain text
     542"device to achieve pairing between the Bluetooth dice computer and the mobile "
     543"device. For of Android devices, the Settings -> Bluetooth tool is probably "
     544"appropriate. Ensure pairing of the dive computer and mobile device.  "
     545"_Subsurface-mobile_ performs communication using both Bluetooth and "
     546"Bluetooth-low-energy (BTLE).  The appropriate choice of Bluetooth "
     547"communication is made by the software and the user need not be concerned "
     548"with this."
     549msgstr ""
     550
     551#. type: Plain text
     552#: mobile-manual.txt:264
     553msgid ""
     554"With pairing between dive computer and _Subsurface-mobile_ having been set "
     555"up, dive download is simple.  From the main menu, tap _Manage dives -> "
     556"Download from DC_. A screen is shown requiring that the user specify the "
     557"names of the vendor and model of the dive computer. For instance, when using "
     558"a Shearwater Petrel 2 dive computer, the vendor is _Shearwater_ and the Dive "
     559"computer name is _Petrel 2_. From the two dropdown lists at the top of the "
     560"screen, select the correct vendor and dive computer names (see image on the "
     561"left, below)."
     562msgstr ""
     563
     564#. type: Plain text
     565#: mobile-manual.txt:268
     566msgid ""
     567"Now tap the button labeled _Download_. The downloaded dives appear in the "
     568"bottom part of the screen, the most recent dive at the top (see image on "
     569"right, below). Be patient because the download can take a few minutes.  As a "
     570"matter of fact, a complete first download from some dive computers has been "
     571"shown to take 45 minutes and longer."
     572msgstr ""
     573
     574#. type: Plain text
     575#: mobile-manual.txt:274
     576msgid ""
     577"After the download, each dive has a check-box on the left hand side, used "
     578"for selecting which dives you want to be added to the _Subsurface-mobile_ "
     579"dive list: dives that are not checked are ignored. With the appropriate "
     580"downloaded dives having been checked, tap the button at the bottom left "
     581"labeled _Accept_. All the selected dives appear on the _Subsurface-mobile_ "
     582"dive list. The downloaded dive information can now be edited as described in "
     583"the section above xref:S_Edit_Dive[Edit a dive]."
     584msgstr ""
     585
     586#. type: Target for macro image
     587#: mobile-manual.txt:275
     588#, no-wrap
     589msgid "mobile-images/DC-Download.jpg"
     590msgstr ""
     591
     592#. type: Title ==
     593#: mobile-manual.txt:277
     594#, no-wrap
     595msgid "Viewing the dive location on Google Maps"
     596msgstr ""
     597
     598#. type: Plain text
     599#: mobile-manual.txt:281
     600msgid ""
     601"In the _Details View_, the Action Bar at the bottom has a GPS pin on the "
     602"left hand side. Tap that pin and the dive site is shown in Google "
     603"Maps. Close Google Maps by using the Android _Back_ button."
     604msgstr ""
     605
     606#. type: Plain text
     607#: mobile-manual.txt:285
     608msgid ""
     609"Alternatively, the _Details View_ has a button at the top right hand marked "
     610"_Map it_. Tap this button to open Google Maps showing the dive site (image "
     611"below).  Afterwards, use the Android _Back_ button to return to "
     612"_Subsurface-mobile_."
     613msgstr ""
     614
     615#. type: Target for macro image
     616#: mobile-manual.txt:286
     617#, no-wrap
     618msgid "mobile-images/Map.jpg"
     619msgstr ""
     620
     621#. type: Title ==
    579622#: mobile-manual.txt:288
    580 msgid ""
    581 "Now tap the button labled _DOWNLOAD_. The downloaded dives appear in the "
    582 "bottom part of the screen, the most recent dive at the top (see image on "
    583 "right, below). Be patient because the download can sometimes take a few "
    584 "mimnutes.  Each dive has a check-box on the left hand side, used for "
    585 "selecting which dives need to be added to the _Subsurface-mobile_ dive list: "
    586 "dives that are not checked are ignored. With the appropriate downloaded "
    587 "dives having been checked, tap the button at the bottom left labled "
    588 "_ACCEPT_. All the selected dives appear on the _Subsurface-mobile_ dive "
    589 "list. The downloaded dive information can now be edited as described in the "
    590 "section above xref:S_Edit_Dive[Edit a dive]."
    591 msgstr ""
    592 
    593 #. type: Target for macro image
    594 #: mobile-manual.txt:289
    595 #, no-wrap
    596 msgid "mobile-images/DC-Download.jpg"
    597 msgstr ""
    598 
    599 #. type: Title ==
    600 #: mobile-manual.txt:291
    601 #, no-wrap
    602 msgid "Viewing the dive location on Google Maps"
    603 msgstr ""
    604 
    605 #. type: Plain text
    606 #: mobile-manual.txt:296
    607 msgid ""
    608 "The site of a specific dive can be viewed in two ways using the _Details "
    609 "View_.  The Action Bar at the bottom has a GPS pin on the left hand "
    610 "side. Tap that pin and the dive site is shown in Google Maps. Close Google "
    611 "Maps by using the Android _Back_ button."
    612 msgstr ""
    613 
    614 #. type: Plain text
    615 #: mobile-manual.txt:299
    616 msgid ""
    617 "Alternatively, the _Details View_ has a button at the top right hand marked "
    618 "_Map it_. Tap this button to open Google Maps showing the dive site."
    619 msgstr ""
    620 
    621 #. type: Target for macro image
    622 #: mobile-manual.txt:300
    623 #, no-wrap
    624 msgid "mobile-images/Map.jpg"
    625 msgstr ""
    626 
    627 #. type: Title ==
    628 #: mobile-manual.txt:302
    629623#, no-wrap
    630624msgid "Dive log management"
     
    632626
    633627#. type: Plain text
    634 #: mobile-manual.txt:312
     628#: mobile-manual.txt:298
    635629msgid ""
    636630"A central part of _Subsurface-mobile_ is the ability to store the dive log "
    637631"using the _Subsurface_ cloud storage.  This provides security against loss "
    638 "or damage to the dive information contained in a local copy of the dive log "
    639 "and allows the desktop version of _Subsurface_ to access changes made using "
    640 "the mobile device. This ability is accessed through the main menu (by "
    641 "dragging the Action Button to the right, or alternatively tapping the "
    642 "\"Hamburger\" icon at the bottom left of the screen).  Tap the option "
    643 "_Manage dives_, enabling a number of options:"
    644 msgstr ""
    645 
    646 #. type: Title ===
    647 #: mobile-manual.txt:313
     632"or damage to the dive information in a local copy and allows the desktop "
     633"version of _Subsurface_ to access changes made using the mobile device. This "
     634"ability is accessed through the main menu (by dragging the Action Button to "
     635"the right, or by tapping the \"Hamburger\" icon at the bottom left of the "
     636"screen).  Tap the option _Dive management_, enabling a number of options:"
     637msgstr ""
     638
     639#. type: Title ===
     640#: mobile-manual.txt:299
    648641#, no-wrap
    649642msgid "Add new dive manually"
     
    651644
    652645#. type: Plain text
    653 #: mobile-manual.txt:316
     646#: mobile-manual.txt:302
    654647msgid ""
    655648"This is described above under the section dealing with "
    656 "xref:S_Add_Dive[Adding a new dive to the dive list]."
    657 msgstr ""
    658 
    659 #. type: Title ===
    660 #: mobile-manual.txt:317
    661 #, no-wrap
    662 msgid "Sync the dive log with the _Subsurface_ cloud storage"
    663 msgstr ""
    664 
    665 #. type: Plain text
    666 #: mobile-manual.txt:324
     649"xref:S_Add_Dive[Manually adding a new dive to the dive list]."
     650msgstr ""
     651
     652#. type: Title ===
     653#: mobile-manual.txt:303
     654#, no-wrap
     655msgid "Download from DC"
     656msgstr ""
     657
     658#. type: Plain text
     659#: mobile-manual.txt:306
     660msgid ""
     661"This is described above under the section dealing with "
     662"xref:S_Download[Download dives from a dive computer]."
     663msgstr ""
     664
     665#. type: Title ===
     666#: mobile-manual.txt:307
     667#, no-wrap
     668msgid "Apply GPS fixes"
     669msgstr ""
     670
     671#. type: Plain text
     672#: mobile-manual.txt:310
     673msgid "This is described in the following main section, below."
     674msgstr ""
     675
     676#. type: Title ===
     677#: mobile-manual.txt:311
     678#, no-wrap
     679msgid "Manually sync the dive log with the _Subsurface_ cloud storage"
     680msgstr ""
     681
     682#. type: Plain text
     683#: mobile-manual.txt:318
    667684msgid ""
    668685"Upload the dives contained on the mobile device to the _Subsurface_ cloud "
     
    670687"the local changes to the dive log with the cloud storage. It also downloads "
    671688"changes made to the dive log using another device or computer and stored in "
    672 "cloud storage."
    673 msgstr ""
    674 
    675 #. type: Title ===
    676 #: mobile-manual.txt:325
    677 #, no-wrap
    678 msgid "Working offline or online"
    679 msgstr ""
    680 
    681 #. type: Plain text
    682 #: mobile-manual.txt:334
     689"shared cloud storage."
     690msgstr ""
     691
     692#. type: Title ===
     693#: mobile-manual.txt:319
     694#, no-wrap
     695msgid "Enable cloud auto sync"
     696msgstr ""
     697
     698#. type: Plain text
     699#: mobile-manual.txt:331
    683700msgid ""
    684701"By default _Subsurface-mobile_ runs offline and only syncs the dive list "
    685 "with cloud storage when explicily told to do so (see above).  You can choose "
    686 "to always sync with the cloud servers after every modification of the dive "
    687 "list. This is not recommended unless you are in an area with fast and "
     702"with cloud storage when explicitly told to do so (see above).  You can "
     703"choose to always sync with the cloud servers after every modification of the "
     704"dive list. This is not recommended unless you are in an area with fast and "
    688705"reliable internet connection, as otherwise _Subsurface-mobile_ might appear "
    689 "to hang between operations as it tries to connect to the cloud server."
    690 msgstr ""
    691 
    692 #. type: Title ===
    693 #: mobile-manual.txt:335
    694 #, no-wrap
    695 msgid "Changing the login credentials on the _Subsurface_ cloud"
    696 msgstr ""
    697 
    698 #. type: Plain text
    699 #: mobile-manual.txt:341
    700 msgid ""
    701 "The login credentials (for example to work with multiple accounts) can be "
    702 "changed by opening the main menu and by tapping _Settings -> Cloud "
    703 "credentials_. This opens the screen for specifying new credentials."
    704 msgstr ""
    705 
    706 #. type: Title ===
    707 #: mobile-manual.txt:342
    708 #, no-wrap
    709 msgid "Changing the colour scheme of _Subsurface-mobile_"
    710 msgstr ""
    711 
    712 #. type: Plain text
    713 #: mobile-manual.txt:349
    714 msgid ""
    715 "_Subsurface-mobile_ has three colour schemes to please users with different "
    716 "tastes. This user manual shows the default colour scheme, comprising blue "
    717 "colours. Change to a pink or a dark colour scheme by opening the main menu "
    718 "and tap Settings -> Preferences. This opens the Preferences screen that "
    719 "includes the three colour schemes (see image below)."
    720 msgstr ""
    721 
    722 #. type: Target for macro image
    723 #: mobile-manual.txt:350
    724 #, no-wrap
    725 msgid "mobile-images/ColourSchemes.jpg"
    726 msgstr ""
    727 
    728 #. type: Title ==
    729 #: mobile-manual.txt:352
     706"to hang between operations as it tries to connect to the cloud "
     707"server. Selecting _Enable cloud auto sync_ causes the local dive log to be "
     708"synchronized with the copy in the cloud every time that _Subsurface-mobile_ "
     709"is closed. This option is a switch that allows auto sync to be either "
     710"activated or to be switched off."
     711msgstr ""
     712
     713#. type: Title ==
     714#: mobile-manual.txt:332
    730715#, no-wrap
    731716msgid "Recording dive locations using GPS (Android only)."
     
    733718
    734719#. type: Plain text
    735 #: mobile-manual.txt:359
     720#: mobile-manual.txt:339
    736721msgid ""
    737722"The fact that most smartphones have GPS facilities allows "
    738 "_Subsurface-mobile_ on Android to record the locations of dives. You can "
    739 "take the smartphone on the dive boat during a dive and locations will be "
     723"_Subsurface-mobile_ on Android to record the locations of dives. If the "
     724"smartphone is taken on the dive boat during a dive, locations will be "
    740725"automatically recorded at regular intervals.  These locations can then be "
    741726"applied to dives in the dive list. Here is how it's done:"
     
    743728
    744729#. type: Title ===
    745 #: mobile-manual.txt:360
    746 #, no-wrap
    747 msgid "Setting up the GPS"
    748 msgstr ""
    749 
    750 #. type: Plain text
     730#: mobile-manual.txt:341
     731#, no-wrap
     732msgid "Configuring the GPS service"
     733msgstr ""
     734
     735#. type: Plain text
     736#: mobile-manual.txt:349
     737msgid ""
     738"From the Main menu, select _Settings_. The Settings screen has a section for "
     739"configuring the GPS service (image below). GPS location data are collected "
     740"at regular intervals, e.g. every 5 minutes, or at regular distances, "
     741"e.g. after the boat has moved more than 200m, or a combination of both of "
     742"these approaches. Provide the appropriate information and tap the Android "
     743"_Back_ button. The program is now ready to collect GPS positions."
     744msgstr ""
     745
     746#. type: Target for macro image
     747#: mobile-manual.txt:350
     748#, no-wrap
     749msgid "mobile-images/GPS-config.jpg"
     750msgstr ""
     751
     752#. type: Title ===
     753#: mobile-manual.txt:352
     754#, no-wrap
     755msgid "Collecting GPS positions"
     756msgstr ""
     757
     758#. type: Plain text
     759#: mobile-manual.txt:357
     760msgid ""
     761"Ensure that the GPS on the Android device has been activated.  Open the Main "
     762"Menu and select _GPS -> Run location service_. This activates the recording "
     763"of GPS locations."
     764msgstr ""
     765
     766#. type: Target for macro image
     767#: mobile-manual.txt:358
     768#, no-wrap
     769msgid "mobile-images/GPSstart.jpg"
     770msgstr ""
     771
     772#. type: Plain text
     773#: mobile-manual.txt:367
     774msgid ""
     775"_Subsurface-mobile_ starts to collect GPS locations automatically, following "
     776"the preferences specified as described above. While the GPS location service "
     777"is running, all menus have a GPS symbol at the bottom of the menu, "
     778"indicating that the service is active. After return from the dive trip, "
     779"deactivate the collection of GPS data by tapping the option _Disable "
     780"location service_. The GPS symbol at the bottom of all manus disappears."
     781msgstr ""
     782
     783#. type: Title ===
    751784#: mobile-manual.txt:368
    752 msgid ""
    753 "Open the main menu and tap _GPS -> Preferences_. Now specify the way in "
    754 "which GPS data need to be automatically collected (image above). Data are "
    755 "collected at regular intervals, e.g. every 5 minutes, or at regular "
    756 "distances, e.g. after the boat has moved more than 200m, or a combination of "
    757 "both of these approaches. Provide the appropriate information and tap the "
    758 "_Save_ action button. The program is now ready to collect GPS positions."
    759 msgstr ""
    760 
    761 #. type: Title ===
    762 #: mobile-manual.txt:369
    763 #, no-wrap
    764 msgid "Collecting GPS positions"
    765 msgstr ""
    766 
    767 #. type: Target for macro image
    768 #: mobile-manual.txt:371
    769 #, no-wrap
    770 msgid "mobile-images/Mainmenu.jpg"
    771 msgstr ""
    772 
    773 #. type: Plain text
    774 #: mobile-manual.txt:380
    775 msgid ""
    776 "Ensure that the GPS on the Android device has been activated. At the bottom "
    777 "of the GPS submenu is a check box _Run location service_ (image above).  "
    778 "Check this box and _Subsurface-mobile_ starts to collect GPS locations "
    779 "automatically, following the preferences specified as described above. After "
    780 "return from the dive trip you can deactivate the collection of GPS data by "
    781 "de-activating the same check box at the bottom of the main menu."
    782 msgstr ""
    783 
    784 #. type: Title ===
    785 #: mobile-manual.txt:381
    786785#, no-wrap
    787786msgid "Storing the GPS data on the _Subsurface_ cloud"
     
    789788
    790789#. type: Plain text
    791 #: mobile-manual.txt:388
     790#: mobile-manual.txt:375
    792791msgid ""
    793792"Activate the main menu and select the _GPS_ option that brings up the "
     
    799798
    800799#. type: Title ===
    801 #: mobile-manual.txt:389
     800#: mobile-manual.txt:376
    802801#, no-wrap
    803802msgid "Downloading GPS data from the _Subsurface_ cloud"
     
    805804
    806805#. type: Plain text
    807 #: mobile-manual.txt:394
     806#: mobile-manual.txt:381
    808807msgid ""
    809808"Download the GPS data that have been saved on the cloud (possibly by a "
    810 "different device) by selecting _Download GPS Data_ from the GPS subpanel."
     809"different device) by selecting _Download GPS Data_ from the GPS sub-panel."
     810msgstr ""
     811
     812#. type: Title ===
     813#: mobile-manual.txt:382
     814#, no-wrap
     815msgid "Viewing GPS data"
     816msgstr ""
     817
     818#. type: Plain text
     819#: mobile-manual.txt:392
     820msgid ""
     821"From the GPS submenu select _Show GPS fixes_. This brings up a list of GPS "
     822"positions obtained by the location service (image below). Two actions are "
     823"possible for each of the locations, enabled by dragging the handle (the "
     824"dotted matrix on the right below) to the left. This exposes two "
     825"options. Tapping the dustbin deletes this particular GPS location. Tapping "
     826"the teardrop-shaped icon (actually a Google Maps pin) opens up Google Maps "
     827"with a pin indicating the exact map position of the GPS record being "
     828"viewed. The two above options can be hidden by drawing the GPS record to the "
     829"right, again using the handle."
     830msgstr ""
     831
     832#. type: Target for macro image
     833#: mobile-manual.txt:393
     834#, no-wrap
     835msgid "mobile-images/gpsmanagement.jpg"
    811836msgstr ""
    812837
     
    814839#: mobile-manual.txt:395
    815840#, no-wrap
    816 msgid "Viewing GPS data"
    817 msgstr ""
    818 
    819 #. type: Plain text
    820 #: mobile-manual.txt:406
    821 msgid ""
    822 "From the GPS submenu select _Show GPS fixes_. This brings up a list of GPS "
    823 "positions obtained using the location service (image on left, below). Two "
    824 "actions are possible for each of the locations, enabled if you tap the "
    825 "handle (the three horisontal stripes on the right, see image on left, below) "
    826 "and then drags the specific item to the left (image on right, below). This "
    827 "exposes two options. Tapping the dustbin deletes this particular GPS "
    828 "location. Tapping the teardrop-shaped icon (actually a Google Maps pin) "
    829 "opens up Google Maps with a pin indicating the exact map position of the GPS "
    830 "record being viewed. The two above options can be hidden by drawing the GPS "
    831 "record to the right, again using the handle."
    832 msgstr ""
    833 
    834 #. type: Target for macro image
    835 #: mobile-manual.txt:407
    836 #, no-wrap
    837 msgid "mobile-images/gpsmanagement.jpg"
    838 msgstr ""
    839 
    840 #. type: Title ===
    841 #: mobile-manual.txt:409
    842 #, no-wrap
    843841msgid "Applying GPS data to dives in the dive log"
    844842msgstr ""
    845843
    846844#. type: Plain text
    847 #: mobile-manual.txt:417
     845#: mobile-manual.txt:404
    848846msgid ""
    849847"Assuming that all the dives have been entered into the dive log or have been "
    850 "downloaded from the _Subsurface_ cloud, you can apply the GPS positions to "
    851 "these dives. GPS positions can therefore only be applied to dives in the "
    852 "dive list.  From the GPS subpanel, tap _GPS-tag dives_. The dive list "
    853 "contains the start and end times of each dive. Now, _Subsurface-mobile_ "
     848"downloaded from the _Subsurface_ cloud, apply the GPS positions to these "
     849"dives. GPS positions can therefore only be applied to dives in the dive "
     850"list.  From the _Dive management_ sub-panel, tap _Apply GPS fixes_. The dive "
     851"list contains the start and end times of each dive. Now, _Subsurface-mobile_ "
    854852"applies the first GPS position that falls within the dive period of each "
    855853"dive. This results in a GPS position for each dive that is saved as part of "
    856854"the dive log."
    857855msgstr ""
     856
     857#. type: Title ==
     858#: mobile-manual.txt:405
     859#, no-wrap
     860msgid "Using the settings for _Subsurface-mobile_."
     861msgstr ""
     862
     863#. type: Plain text
     864#: mobile-manual.txt:408
     865msgid ""
     866"The Settings screen allows the customization of _Subsurface-mobile_. Many of "
     867"the settings involve dragging a slider switch to activate or deactivate a "
     868"particular setting."
     869msgstr ""
     870
     871#. type: Title ===
     872#: mobile-manual.txt:410
     873#, no-wrap
     874msgid "Changing to a different _Subsurface_ cloud account"
     875msgstr ""
     876
     877#. type: Plain text
     878#: mobile-manual.txt:415
     879msgid ""
     880"Some users have more than one _Subsurface_ cloud account and with a need to "
     881"switch between accounts. Tap _Settings_ on the Main menu and scroll to the "
     882"section titled _Cloud status_ (see image below).  Tap the _Change_ "
     883"button. This opens the _Cloud credentials_ screen.  change the credential "
     884"information, then tap the button _Sign-in or register_. The appropriate dive "
     885"list is shown."
     886msgstr ""
     887
     888#. type: Target for macro image
     889#: mobile-manual.txt:416
     890#, no-wrap
     891msgid "mobile-images/SettingsCloudTheme.jpg"
     892msgstr ""
     893
     894#. type: Title ===
     895#: mobile-manual.txt:418
     896#, no-wrap
     897msgid "Changing the color theme of _Subsurface-mobile_"
     898msgstr ""
     899
     900#. type: Plain text
     901#: mobile-manual.txt:425
     902msgid ""
     903"_Subsurface-mobile_ has three color schemes to please users with different "
     904"tastes. This user manual shows the default color scheme, comprising blue "
     905"colors. Change to a pink or a dark color scheme by opening the main menu, "
     906"tap _Settings_, and scroll to the section with heading _Theme_ (see image "
     907"above).  Select the appropriate color theme by dragging the appropriate "
     908"slider on the righthand."
     909msgstr ""
     910
     911#. type: Title ===
     912#: mobile-manual.txt:426
     913#, no-wrap
     914msgid "Configuring the GPS webservice"
     915msgstr ""
     916
     917#. type: Plain text
     918#: mobile-manual.txt:429
     919msgid ""
     920"The Settings screen allows one to set up the way in which GPS positions are "
     921"collected during dives. See the section on xref:S_ConfigureGPS[Configuring "
     922"the GPS service]."
     923msgstr ""
     924
     925#. type: Title ===
     926#: mobile-manual.txt:430
     927#, no-wrap
     928msgid "Saving a detailed dive computer dive log"
     929msgstr ""
     930
     931#. type: Plain text
     932#: mobile-manual.txt:433
     933msgid ""
     934"Under the heading _Dive computer_, you will find a switch to save a detailed "
     935"log each time dives are downloaded from a dive computer. This is important "
     936"for solving problems in downloading dives from the dive computer. When "
     937"contacting the developers with download problems, you will usually be asked "
     938"to provide the information in this log, which can be found in the root "
     939"folder of your local storage device as +libdivecomputer.log+. In the same "
     940"location you can also find a +subsurfacel.log+ which is always created and "
     941"which include more information which can be helpful when debugging problems "
     942"with Subsurface-mobile."
     943msgstr ""
     944
     945#. type: Title ===
     946#: mobile-manual.txt:434
     947#, no-wrap
     948msgid "Activating the Developer submenu"
     949msgstr ""
     950
     951#. type: Plain text
     952#: mobile-manual.txt:437
     953msgid ""
     954"The information in subsurface.log plus some additional information for "
     955"understanding the screen rendering of dive information as well as the way in "
     956"which _Subsurface-mobile_ processed information during a specific occasion "
     957"while running the app (see section below) is available through a _Developer_ "
     958"menu at run time. Activate (or deactivate) this menu item on the Main Menu "
     959"by dragging the slider switch in the Settings screen."
     960msgstr ""
     961
     962#. type: Title ==
     963#: mobile-manual.txt:438
     964#, no-wrap
     965msgid "Developer submenu"
     966msgstr ""
     967
     968#. type: Plain text
     969#: mobile-manual.txt:442
     970msgid ""
     971"If the Developer submenu has been activated in the Settings screen, the Main "
     972"menu has a _Developer_ item. By tapping this one has two options that are "
     973"relevant within the context of program development and debugging."
     974msgstr ""
     975
     976#. type: Title ===
     977#: mobile-manual.txt:443
     978#, no-wrap
     979msgid "App log"
     980msgstr ""
     981
     982#. type: Plain text
     983#: mobile-manual.txt:448
     984msgid ""
     985"This option shows the messages that _Subsurface-mobile_ generates while "
     986"running. While most users are not aware of these messages, they are often "
     987"crucial in detecting any abnormal behavior of the app. The App log can be "
     988"found in the root directory of the local storage of the mobile device."
     989msgstr ""
     990
     991#. type: Title ===
     992#: mobile-manual.txt:449
     993#, no-wrap
     994msgid "Theme information"
     995msgstr ""
     996
     997#. type: Plain text
     998#: mobile-manual.txt:453
     999msgid ""
     1000"This option provides a wealth of information about the screen "
     1001"characteristics of the mobile device and the font characteristics used by "
     1002"_Subsurface-mobile_."
     1003msgstr ""
  • Documentation/50-pot/subsurface-user-manual.pot

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    99"Project-Id-Version: subsurface-manual VERSION\n"
    1010"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: subsurface@subsurface-divelog.org\n"
    11 "POT-Creation-Date: 2017-10-11 10:20+0200\n"
     11"POT-Creation-Date: 2017-10-16 10:18+0200\n"
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  • Documentation/fr/po/subsurface-mobile-manual.fr.po

    raa7e786 rae87985  
    88"Project-Id-Version: subsurface-manual VERSION\n"
    99"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: subsurface@subsurface-divelog.org\n"
    10 "POT-Creation-Date: 2017-10-11 10:20+0200\n"
    11 "PO-Revision-Date: 2017-10-11 10:33+0100\n"
     10"POT-Creation-Date: 2017-10-16 10:18+0200\n"
     11"PO-Revision-Date: 2017-10-16 10:44+0100\n"
    1212"Last-Translator: Guillaume GARDET <guillaume.gardet@free.fr>\n"
    1313"Language-Team: French <kde-i18n-doc@kde.org>\n"
     
    2323#: mobile-manual.txt:13
    2424#, no-wrap
    25 msgid "mobile-images/banner.jpg"
    26 msgstr "mobile-images/banner.jpg"
     25msgid "mobile-images/Banner.jpg"
     26msgstr "mobile-images/Banner.jpg"
    2727
    2828#. type: Plain text
     
    3737msgstr "*Auteurs du manuel* : Willem Ferguson, Dirk Hohndel\n"
    3838
    39 #. type: Plain text
    40 #: mobile-manual.txt:20
    41 msgid "toc::[]"
    42 msgstr "toc::[]"
    43 
     39#.  toc::[]
    4440#. type: Plain text
    4541#: mobile-manual.txt:22
    46 msgid "[blue]#_Version 2, July 2017_#"
    47 msgstr "[blue]#_Version 2, juillet 2017_#"
     42msgid "[blue]#_Version 2, October 2017_#"
     43msgstr "[blue]#_Version 2, octobre 2017_#"
    4844
    4945#. type: Plain text
    5046#: mobile-manual.txt:30
    5147msgid ""
    52 "Welcome as a user of _Subsurface_, advanced dive logging software with "
    53 "extensive infrastructure to describe, organize, interpret and print scuba "
    54 "and free dives. _Subsurface_ offers many advantages over other similar "
    55 "software solutions, including compatibility with Windows, Mac-OS/X, Linux "
    56 "(many distributions), Android and iOS. In addition, _Subsurface_ is open-"
    57 "source software that allows downloading dive information from most dive "
    58 "computers."
     48"Welcome as a user of _Subsurface_ and _Subsurface-mobile_, advanced dive "
     49"logging software with extensive infrastructure to describe, organize, and "
     50"interpret scuba and free dives. _Subsurface_ offers many advantages over "
     51"other similar software solutions, including compatibility with Windows, Mac-"
     52"OS/X, Linux (many distributions), Android and iOS. In addition, _Subsurface_ "
     53"is open-source software that allows downloading dive information from many "
     54"dive computers."
    5955msgstr ""
    6056
     
    6662
    6763#. type: Plain text
    68 #: mobile-manual.txt:40
    69 msgid ""
    70 "_Subsurface-mobile_ is an extension of _Subsurface_ which runs on Android "
    71 "and iOS smartphone and tablet devices and is a tool for viewing or sharing "
    72 "dive information at dive sites where a larger computer is not useful. "
    73 "_Subsurface-mobile_ for Android also allows the gathering of GPS locations "
    74 "where dives are performed (Subsurface-mobile for iOS currently does not have "
    75 "full functionality)."
    76 msgstr ""
    77 "_Subsurface-mobile_ est une extension de _Subsurface_ qui fonctionne sur les "
    78 "smartphones Android et iOS et sur les tablettes. C'est un outil pour "
    79 "visualiser et partager des informations de plongées sur des sites de "
    80 "plongées où un ordinateur n'est pas utile. _Subsurface-mobile_ permet "
    81 "également de collecter des positions GPS où sont effectuées les plongées. "
    82 "(Subsurface-mobile pour iOS ne supporte pas toutes les fonctions pour le "
    83 "moment)."
     64#: mobile-manual.txt:42
     65msgid ""
     66"_Subsurface-mobile_ is a more limited mobile version of _Subsurface_ aimed "
     67"at Android and iOS smartphone and tablet devices, allowing viewing, "
     68"entering, sharing, and storage of dive information at dive sites where a "
     69"larger computer is not useful. While the desktop version of _Subsurface_ "
     70"shows much more detailed information for each dive, the mobile version "
     71"allows a more accessible dive log on a dive trip, useful for proving dive "
     72"experience to dive shops or to review previous dives. _Subsurface-mobile_ "
     73"for Android allows the gathering of GPS locations where dives are performed "
     74"(Subsurface-mobile for iOS currently does not have full functionality)."
     75msgstr ""
     76"_Subsurface-mobile_ est une version mobile limitée de _Subsurface_ qui vise "
     77"les smartphones Android et iOS et sur les tablettes, qui permet de "
     78"visualiser, entrer, partager et stocker des informations de plongées sur les "
     79"sites de plongées où un ordinateur n'est pas utile. Alors que la version de "
     80"_Subsurface_ pour ordinateur affiche bien plus d'informations détaillées "
     81"pour chaque plongée, la version mobile permet un accès facilité lors sur un "
     82"voyage de plongées, utile pour prouver une experience de plongées aux clubs "
     83"ou pour revoir les plongées précédentes. _Subsurface-mobile_ pour Android "
     84"permet également de collecter des positions GPS où sont effectuées les "
     85"plongées. (Subsurface-mobile pour iOS ne supporte pas toutes les fonctions "
     86"pour le moment)."
     87
     88#. type: Plain text
     89#: mobile-manual.txt:48
     90msgid ""
     91"Users of _Subsurface-mobile_ typically use the mobile app as a companion to "
     92"the laptop/desktop version of _Subsurface_, sharing dive information between "
     93"the mobile and the desktop versions. However _Subsurface-mobile_ can also be "
     94"used independently of the desktop version and does not require the use of "
     95"cloud storage."
     96msgstr ""
     97"Les utilisateurs de _Subsurface-mobile_ utilisent habituellement"
     98" l'application mobile "
     99"en tant que compagnon de la version de _Subsurface_ pour ordinateur,"
     100" partageant les "
     101"informations de plongées entre les versions mobile et de bureau. Cependant,"
     102" _Subsurface-mobile_ "
     103"peut également être utilisée de façon indépendante de la version de bureau et"
     104" ne requiert pas "
     105"l'utilisation du stockage cloud."
     106
     107#. type: Plain text
     108#: mobile-manual.txt:50
     109msgid "_Subsurface-mobile_ allows:"
     110msgstr "_Subsurface-mobile_ permet de :"
    84111
    85112#. type: Plain text
    86113#: mobile-manual.txt:52
    87114msgid ""
    88 "_Subsurface-mobile_ allows you to enter and save dive information using a "
    89 "mobile device. Users of _Subsurface-mobile_ typically use the mobile app as "
    90 "an extension to the laptop/desktop version of _Subsurface_ that allows the "
    91 "storage of dive logs on the Internet and sharing them between the mobile and "
    92 "the desktop versions. But _Subsurface-mobile_ can also be used independently "
    93 "of _Subsurface_ and does not require the use of cloud storage.  While the "
    94 "desktop version of _Subsurface_ shows much more detailed information for "
    95 "each dive, the mobile version allows a more accessible dive log on a dive "
    96 "trip, useful for proving dive experience to dive shops or to review previous "
    97 "dives."
    98 msgstr ""
     115"Download and storage of dive log information using the _Subsurface_ cloud."
     116msgstr ""
     117"Télécharger et stocker les informations de plongées en utilisant le cloud"
     118" _Subsurface_."
     119
     120#. type: Plain text
     121#: mobile-manual.txt:53
     122msgid "Viewing this information on a mobile device."
     123msgstr "Visualiser ces informations sur un périphérique nomade."
    99124
    100125#. type: Plain text
    101126#: mobile-manual.txt:54
    102 msgid "_Subsurface-mobile_ allows you to:"
    103 msgstr ""
    104 
    105 #. type: Plain text
    106 #: mobile-manual.txt:56
    107 msgid "Download existing dive log information from the Internet."
    108 msgstr ""
     127msgid "Manually creating and adding new dive records to your dive log."
     128msgstr ""
     129"Créer et ajouter manuellement de nouvelles plongées à votre carnet de"
     130" plongées."
     131
     132#. type: Plain text
     133#: mobile-manual.txt:55
     134msgid "Download dive data directly from many dive computers."
     135msgstr ""
     136"Télécharger des données de plongées directement depuis plusieurs ordinateurs"
     137" de plongées."
    109138
    110139#. type: Plain text
    111140#: mobile-manual.txt:57
    112 msgid "View this information on a mobile device."
    113 msgstr ""
    114 
    115 #. type: Plain text
    116 #: mobile-manual.txt:59
    117 msgid ""
    118 "Edit many of the dive log data fields, e.g. divemaster, buddy, equipment or "
    119 "notes about a dive."
    120 msgstr ""
     141msgid ""
     142"Editing many of the dive log data fields, e.g. divemaster, buddy, equipment "
     143"or notes relating to a dive."
     144msgstr ""
     145"Modifier de nombreux champs des données de plongées, comme le moniteur, "
     146"le binôme, l'équipement ou les notes relatives à la plongée."
     147
     148#. type: Plain text
     149#: mobile-manual.txt:58
     150msgid "Recording, storing and applying GPS positions of dives (Android only)."
     151msgstr ""
     152"Enregistrer, stocker et appliquer des positions GPS des plongées (Uniquement"
     153" sous Android)."
    121154
    122155#. type: Plain text
    123156#: mobile-manual.txt:60
    124 msgid "Manually create and add new dive records to your dive log."
    125 msgstr ""
    126 
    127 #. type: Plain text
    128 #: mobile-manual.txt:61
    129 msgid "Download dive data directly from many dive computers."
    130 msgstr ""
    131 
    132 #. type: Plain text
    133 #: mobile-manual.txt:62
    134 msgid "Store the updated dive log in the _Subsurface_ cloud storage."
    135 msgstr ""
    136 
    137 #. type: Plain text
    138 #: mobile-manual.txt:63
    139 msgid "Record, store and apply GPS positions of dives (Android only)."
    140 msgstr ""
    141 
    142 #. type: Plain text
    143 #: mobile-manual.txt:65
    144 msgid "View the localities of recorded GPS positions and of dives on a map."
    145 msgstr ""
    146 
    147 #. type: Plain text
    148 #: mobile-manual.txt:71
     157msgid "Viewing the localities of recorded GPS positions and of dives on a map."
     158msgstr ""
     159"Visualiser les positions des points GPS enregistrés et des plongées sur une"
     160" carte."
     161
     162#. type: Plain text
     163#: mobile-manual.txt:66
    149164msgid ""
    150165"These items are discussed in greater detail in the following text.  "
    151166"_Subsurface-mobile_ does not yet support download of dive data from all the "
    152 "dive computers that the desktop/laptop version can: that still needs to be "
    153 "done using _Subsurface_ on a desktop or laptop computer. Only a subset of "
    154 "dive computers that use a FTDI USB interface or a Bluetooth/BTLE interface "
    155 "are accessible by _Subsurface-mobile_."
    156 msgstr ""
     167"dive computers that the desktop/laptop version can. Only a subset of dive "
     168"computers that use a FTDI USB interface or a Bluetooth/BTLE interface are "
     169"accessible by _Subsurface-mobile_."
     170msgstr ""
     171"Ces points sont détaillés dans la suite du manuel. "
     172"_Subsurface-mobile_ ne supporte pas encore le téléchargement des données de"
     173" plongées "
     174"depuis tous les ordinateurs de plongées que supporte la version de bureau."
     175" Seule une partie "
     176"des ordinateurs de plongées utilisant une interface USB FTDI ou une interface"
     177" Bluetooth/BTLE "
     178"sont accessibles depuis  _Subsurface-mobile_."
     179
     180#. type: Title ==
     181#: mobile-manual.txt:67
     182#, no-wrap
     183msgid "Installing _Subsurface-mobile_ on your mobile device"
     184msgstr "Installer _Subsurface-mobile_  sur votre périphérique nomade"
     185
     186#. type: Plain text
     187#: mobile-manual.txt:71
     188msgid ""
     189"Find _Subsurface-mobile_ in the _Google Play Store_ or the _iTunes Store_ "
     190"and install it. Please note that both stores also contain the older "
     191"_Subsurface_ companion app (used only for tracking GPS positions) - make "
     192"sure you actually install _Subsurface-mobile_."
     193msgstr ""
     194"Vous trouverez _Subsurface-mobile_  dans _Google Play Store_ ou sur _iTunes"
     195" Store_ "
     196"d'où vous pourrez les installer. Veuillez boter que les deux contiennent"
     197" également "
     198"l'ancienne application '_Subsurface_ companion' (utilisée uniquement pour"
     199" enregistrer les points GPS). "
     200"Vérifiez que vous installez bien  _Subsurface-mobile_."
    157201
    158202#. type: Title ==
    159203#: mobile-manual.txt:72
    160204#, no-wrap
    161 msgid "Installing _Subsurface-mobile_ on your mobile device"
    162 msgstr ""
    163 
    164 #. type: Plain text
    165 #: mobile-manual.txt:76
    166 msgid ""
    167 "Find _Subsurface-mobile_ in the _Google Play Store_ or the _iTunes Store_ "
    168 "and install it."
    169 msgstr ""
    170 
    171 #. type: Title ==
    172 #: mobile-manual.txt:77
    173 #, no-wrap
    174205msgid "Using _Subsurface-mobile_ for the first time"
    175 msgstr ""
    176 
    177 #. type: Plain text
    178 #: mobile-manual.txt:83
    179 msgid ""
    180 "Upon starting _Subsurface-mobile_ for the first time, a Subsurface splash "
     206msgstr "Utiliser _Subsurface-mobile_ pour la première fois"
     207
     208#. type: Plain text
     209#: mobile-manual.txt:78
     210msgid ""
     211"When you start _Subsurface-mobile_ for the first time, a Subsurface splash "
    181212"screen is shown while the program loads. On some devices this may take "
    182213"several seconds. After loading, the _Cloud Credentials screen_ appears (see "
    183214"image below on left)."
    184215msgstr ""
    185 
    186 #. type: Plain text
    187 #: mobile-manual.txt:85
    188 msgid ""
    189 "Select whether _Subsurface-mobile_ should access the Internet for dive log "
    190 "information as follows:"
    191 msgstr ""
    192 
    193 #. type: Title ===
    194 #: mobile-manual.txt:86
    195 #, no-wrap
    196 msgid "When NOT Using Cloud Storage"
    197 msgstr ""
    198 
    199 #. type: Plain text
    200 #: mobile-manual.txt:91
    201 msgid ""
    202 "Tap the striked-out cloud icon. The app will not access the _Subsurface_ "
    203 "cloud storage server to obtain dive log information. This means that dive "
    204 "log information is stored on the mobile device only."
    205 msgstr ""
    206 
    207 #. type: Title ===
    208 #: mobile-manual.txt:92
    209 #, no-wrap
    210 msgid "Using Cloud Storage"
    211 msgstr ""
    212 
    213 #. type: Plain text
    214 #: mobile-manual.txt:96
    215 msgid ""
    216 "In order to use the _Subsurface_ cloud storage, an account on the cloud "
    217 "server is required. If you have already set up an account from the "
    218 "_Subsurface_ desktop application, enter the credentials here."
    219 msgstr ""
    220 
    221 #. type: Plain text
    222 #: mobile-manual.txt:98
    223 msgid ""
    224 "You can also create a new cloud storage account from your mobile device."
    225 msgstr ""
    226 
    227 #. type: Title ====
    228 #: mobile-manual.txt:99
    229 #, no-wrap
    230 msgid "Using the desktop version of _Subsurface_:"
    231 msgstr ""
    232 
    233 #. type: Plain text
    234 #: mobile-manual.txt:110
    235 #, no-wrap
    236 msgid ""
    237 "Open the desktop version of _Subsurface_ and\n"
    238 "click _File   ->  Preferences  -> Network_, explained in detail in the\n"
    239 "https://subsurface-divelog.org/documentation/subsurface-4-user-manual/#\\_create_a_cloud_storage_account[user\n"
    240 "manual for the _Subsurface_ desktop version]. Once the account has\n"
    241 "been created and verified using the desktop version,\n"
    242 "_Subsurface_ desktop alows you to download dive information from dive computers and store this\n"
    243 "on the cloud which can, in turn, be downloaded to _Subsurface-mobile_. _Subsurface-mobile_\n"
    244 "attempts to download the existing dive log from the _Subsurface_ cloud\n"
    245 "server. Appropriate messages are shown onscreen. Finally a list of dives is shown.\n"
    246 msgstr ""
    247 
    248 #. type: Plain text
    249 #: mobile-manual.txt:119
    250 msgid ""
    251 "Once the dive list has been downloaded from the Internet, _Subsurface-"
    252 "mobile_ keeps a local copy on the mobile device. This means that even if "
    253 "there is no Internet connection at a dive site, you can still access the "
    254 "local copy and view and manipulate dive information. If there is Internet "
    255 "connectivity, _Subsurface-mobile_ accesses the cloud-based dive log to "
    256 "verify that the local copy is still the same as the Internet-stored copy. If "
    257 "not, the local copy and the copy on the server are synchronised."
    258 msgstr ""
    259 
    260 #. type: Target for macro image
    261 #: mobile-manual.txt:121
     216"Lorsque vous exécutez _Subsurface-mobile_ pour la première fois, un écran "
     217"d'accueil Subsurface est affiché pendant le chargement. Sur certains"
     218" périphériques, cela peut prendre "
     219"plusieurs secondes. Après le chargement, l'_écran d'informations de connexion"
     220" au cloud_ apparait "
     221"(voir l'image ci-dessous, à gauche)."
     222
     223#. type: Target for macro image
     224#: mobile-manual.txt:79
    262225#, no-wrap
    263226msgid "mobile-images/Credentials.jpg"
    264227msgstr "mobile-images/Credentials.jpg"
    265228
    266 #. type: Title ====
     229#. type: Title ===
     230#: mobile-manual.txt:81
     231#, no-wrap
     232msgid "When NOT Using Cloud Storage"
     233msgstr ""
     234
     235#. type: Plain text
     236#: mobile-manual.txt:87
     237msgid ""
     238"Tap the \"No cloud mode\" button. The app will not access the _Subsurface_ "
     239"cloud storage server to obtain dive log information. This means that dive "
     240"log information is stored on the mobile device only. If no dives have been "
     241"entered into the dive log yet (the usual case), then a an empty dive log is "
     242"created."
     243msgstr ""
     244
     245#. type: Title ===
     246#: mobile-manual.txt:88
     247#, no-wrap
     248msgid "Using Cloud Storage"
     249msgstr ""
     250
     251#. type: Plain text
     252#: mobile-manual.txt:95
     253msgid ""
     254"A free Internet cloud storage account can be used for storing dive log "
     255"information. This cloud storage account can be created either from "
     256"_Subsurface_ on the desktop or _Subsurface-mobile_ using a mobile device; in "
     257"fact, you can do full maintenance of a dive log from _Subsurface-mobile_ "
     258"alone. On the other hand, if you share credentials between _Subsurface-"
     259"mobile_ and _Subsurface_ for desktop, through the _Subsurface_ cloud storage "
     260"your dive log can be shared by both devices."
     261msgstr ""
     262
     263#. type: Plain text
     264#: mobile-manual.txt:97
     265msgid ""
     266"The dive data are cached both on the mobile device as well as on the desktop "
     267"- it is easy to create backups of the data (for example in XML format) on "
     268"the desktop, and both mobile device and desktop keep a local copy of the "
     269"data so that the dive log is always accessible, even without Internet "
     270"connection. The Subsurface team never accesses a user's dive data without "
     271"explicit permission to do so, the data are not used for any purpose other "
     272"than providing them to the user who created them. There are no ads and no "
     273"harvesting / analysis of the data stored in the Subsurface cloud storage."
     274msgstr ""
     275
     276#. type: Plain text
     277#: mobile-manual.txt:106
     278msgid ""
     279"Enter an e-mail address and a password in the fields indicated on the "
     280"screen.  The e-mail address should be in lower case and the password should "
     281"contain a combination of letters from the alphabet (upper and lower case) "
     282"and/or numbers.  Tap the \"Sign-in or Register\" button. If you have already "
     283"set up an account from the _Subsurface_ desktop application, enter the same "
     284"credentials here.  Once the dive list has been downloaded from the cloud, "
     285"_Subsurface-mobile_ usually works only with the the local copy on the mobile "
     286"device. This avoids long delays or even failure of operations if there is a "
     287"bad (or no) internet connection, a situation fairly common at many dive "
     288"sites."
     289msgstr ""
     290
     291#. type: Plain text
     292#: mobile-manual.txt:113
     293msgid ""
     294"If this is a new account, a PIN screen will open (see image on right, "
     295"above). A PIN is e-mailed to the email address entered in the previous step. "
     296"Enter this PIN into the field indicated and tap the _Register_ button. The "
     297"user information is stored on the cloud server and access to the cloud is "
     298"enabled. In this case the dive list is initially empty. Start entering dives "
     299"in the dive log or download dive information from a supported dive computer."
     300msgstr ""
     301
     302#. type: Plain text
     303#: mobile-manual.txt:118
     304msgid ""
     305"The dive log can be updated automatically. If there is Internet "
     306"connectivity, _Subsurface-mobile_ accesses the cloud-based dive log to "
     307"verify that the local copy of the dive log is still the same as the log in "
     308"the cloud server. If not, the local copy and the copy on the server are "
     309"synchronized."
     310msgstr ""
     311
     312#. type: Title ===
     313#: mobile-manual.txt:119
     314#, no-wrap
     315msgid "Changing the existing login credentials on the _Subsurface_ cloud"
     316msgstr ""
     317
     318#. type: Plain text
     319#: mobile-manual.txt:123
     320msgid ""
     321"The login credentials can be changed, for an example in order to work with "
     322"multiple accounts. See the section on xref:S_ChangeCloudAccount[Changing to "
     323"a different _Subsurface_ cloud account]."
     324msgstr ""
     325
     326#. type: Title ==
    267327#: mobile-manual.txt:124
    268328#, no-wrap
    269 msgid "Using _Subsurface-mobile_:"
     329msgid "Menu Structure and User Interface"
    270330msgstr ""
    271331
     
    273333#: mobile-manual.txt:132
    274334msgid ""
    275 "Enter an e-mail address and a password in the fields indicated on the "
    276 "screen.  The e-mail should be in lower case and the password should contain "
    277 "a combination of letters from the alphabet (upper and lower case) and/or "
    278 "numbers. When entering a password, it is possible to check a checkbox that "
    279 "enables the text of the password to be shown (image on left, above). At this "
    280 "stage, the red message \"Cannot connect to cloud storage\" appears on the "
    281 "screen.  This is normal because a valid PIN has not yet been provided (image "
    282 "on left, above)."
     335"At the bottom of many Subsurface-mobile screens is a round button that "
     336"provides for several actions (see image below). The most common choice is "
     337"indicated in a round colored _action button_ (in the case below, edit a "
     338"dive). Alternative actions are indicated in a white _action bar_.  On "
     339"Android devices, use the Android Back button for \"cancel\", \"discard\" or "
     340"\"back\" actions. For example, when editing dive information, tapping the "
     341"action button saves the changes while the Android back button can be used to "
     342"cancel the edit without saving changes."
    283343msgstr ""
    284344
    285345#. type: Plain text
    286346#: mobile-manual.txt:135
    287 msgid ""
    288 "Tap the Disk (Save) icon at the bottom of the screen. A PIN is sent to the e-"
    289 "mail address provided."
    290 msgstr ""
    291 
    292 #. type: Plain text
    293 #: mobile-manual.txt:138
    294 msgid ""
    295 "Enter the PIN into the field indicated and tap the _Save_ icon again. The "
    296 "user information is stored on the cloud server and access to the cloud is "
    297 "enabled."
    298 msgstr ""
    299 
    300 #. type: Plain text
    301 #: mobile-manual.txt:142
    302 msgid ""
    303 "The dive list is initially empty. Start entering dives in the dive log or "
    304 "download dive information from either a _Subsurface_ cloud storage account "
    305 "or from a dive computer."
    306 msgstr ""
    307 
    308 #. type: Title ==
    309 #: mobile-manual.txt:144
    310 #, no-wrap
    311 msgid "Menu Structure and User Interface"
    312 msgstr ""
    313 
    314 #. type: Plain text
    315 #: mobile-manual.txt:153
    316 msgid ""
    317 "At the bottom of many Subsurface-mobile screens is a round button that "
    318 "provides for several actions and which allows the selection of the main "
    319 "affirmative action (see image above and image below).  On Android devices, "
    320 "use the Android Back button for \"cancel\", \"discard\" or \"back\" actions. "
    321 "For example, when editing dive information, tapping the action button saves "
    322 "the changes while the Android back button can be used to cancel the edit "
    323 "without saving changes."
    324 msgstr ""
    325 
    326 #. type: Plain text
    327 #: mobile-manual.txt:156
    328347msgid ""
    329348"On iOS devices, on screens where a \"back\" action is enabled, a back arrow "
     
    332351
    333352#. type: Target for macro image
    334 #: mobile-manual.txt:157
    335 #, no-wrap
    336 msgid "mobile-images/actionbutton.jpg"
    337 msgstr "mobile-images/actionbutton.jpg"
    338 
    339 #. type: Plain text
    340 #: mobile-manual.txt:165
     353#: mobile-manual.txt:136
     354#, no-wrap
     355msgid "mobile-images/Actionbutton.jpg"
     356msgstr "mobile-images/Actionbutton.jpg"
     357
     358#. type: Plain text
     359#: mobile-manual.txt:144
    341360msgid ""
    342361"In order to have a consistent experience between iOS and Android, "
     
    349368
    350369#. type: Plain text
    351 #: mobile-manual.txt:168
     370#: mobile-manual.txt:147
    352371msgid ""
    353372"Tap the \"hamburger\" symbol in the lower left corner of the screen (easy to "
     
    356375
    357376#. type: Plain text
    358 #: mobile-manual.txt:169
     377#: mobile-manual.txt:148
    359378msgid "Swipe towards the right across the left edge of the screen"
    360379msgstr ""
    361380
    362381#. type: Plain text
    363 #: mobile-manual.txt:171
     382#: mobile-manual.txt:150
    364383msgid "Drag the action button visible on most screens to the right"
    365384msgstr ""
    366385
    367386#. type: Target for macro image
    368 #: mobile-manual.txt:172
    369 #, no-wrap
    370 msgid "mobile-images/MainMenu2.jpg"
    371 msgstr "mobile-images/MainMenu2.jpg"
    372 
    373 #. type: Plain text
    374 #: mobile-manual.txt:179
    375 msgid ""
    376 "The images above indicate some of the important features of the menu "
     387#: mobile-manual.txt:151
     388#, no-wrap
     389msgid "mobile-images/Menusystem.jpg"
     390msgstr "mobile-images/Menusystem.jpg"
     391
     392#. type: Plain text
     393#: mobile-manual.txt:156
     394msgid ""
     395"The image above indicates some of the important features of the menu "
    377396"system.  On the left is the main menu, activated as described above. On the "
    378 "right, above, is a representation of the menu items of all the submenus "
    379 "accessible from the main menu: the main menu items are shown on the left "
    380 "while the submenu contents are shown on a blue background on the right."
    381 msgstr ""
    382 
    383 #. type: Plain text
    384 #: mobile-manual.txt:183
     397"right of the image are the items of all the submenus accessible."
     398msgstr ""
     399
     400#. type: Plain text
     401#: mobile-manual.txt:160
    385402msgid ""
    386403"All screenshots in this user manual are currently from the Android version. "
     
    390407
    391408#. type: Title ==
    392 #: mobile-manual.txt:184
    393 #, no-wrap
    394 msgid "Viewing the Dive List"
    395 msgstr ""
    396 
    397 #. type: Plain text
    398 #: mobile-manual.txt:193
     409#: mobile-manual.txt:161
     410#, no-wrap
     411msgid "The Dive List"
     412msgstr ""
     413
     414#. type: Plain text
     415#: mobile-manual.txt:172
    399416msgid ""
    400417"Most of the actions of _Subsurface-mobile_ center around the dives on the "
    401418"dive list. While the dive list is loading from the cloud, a message appears "
    402 "at the bottom of the screen, indicating that the cloud is being accessed. "
    403 "Once the list is loaded you can scroll up and down.  Tapping a dive on the "
    404 "list brings up a display of _Details View_ for that dive (see image on right "
    405 "below). This includes the dive profile as well as additional information and "
    406 "notes."
    407 msgstr ""
    408 
    409 #. type: Target for macro image
    410 #: mobile-manual.txt:194
    411 #, no-wrap
    412 msgid "mobile-images/DiveList.jpg"
    413 msgstr "mobile-images/DiveList.jpg"
    414 
    415 #. type: Plain text
    416 #: mobile-manual.txt:202
     419"at the bottom of the screen, indicating that the cloud is being accessed, "
     420"after which the dive list is shown. Once the list is loaded you can scroll "
     421"up and down.  To upload dives from a dive computer, tap the blue action "
     422"button. If you wish to add a dive manually, tap the + button in the action "
     423"bar (described below).  Tapping an existing dive on the list brings up a "
     424"display of _Details View_ for that dive (see image on right below). This "
     425"includes the dive profile as well as additional information and notes."
     426msgstr ""
     427
     428#. type: Target for macro image
     429#: mobile-manual.txt:173
     430#, no-wrap
     431msgid "mobile-images/Divelist2.jpg"
     432msgstr "mobile-images/Divelist2.jpg"
     433
     434#. type: Plain text
     435#: mobile-manual.txt:181
    417436msgid ""
    418437"You can view other dives by swiping the _Details view_ to the right (for the "
     
    424443
    425444#. type: Title ==
    426 #: mobile-manual.txt:204
     445#: mobile-manual.txt:183
    427446#, no-wrap
    428447msgid "Editing dive details"
     
    430449
    431450#. type: Plain text
     451#: mobile-manual.txt:193
     452msgid ""
     453"At the bottom of the dive details screen the action button is a pencil "
     454"(image on right, above).  Tapping the pencil button changes the page and "
     455"enables edit boxes that allow modifying the existing dive information, e.g. "
     456"adding text to the dive notes or changing the names or values of some of the "
     457"information (see image below).  It may be necessary to scroll the window to "
     458"access all the information.  At the bottom of the edit screen is a _Save_ "
     459"action button. Tap this to save the new information, after which the dive "
     460"list screen is updated and shown. To cancel any edits, tap the Android "
     461"_Back_ Button."
     462msgstr ""
     463
     464#. type: Plain text
     465#: mobile-manual.txt:196
     466msgid ""
     467"When the virtual keyboard is shown, to avoid screen clutter, the action "
     468"button is hidden.  Once you close the keyboard it is drawn again."
     469msgstr ""
     470
     471#. type: Target for macro image
     472#: mobile-manual.txt:197
     473#, no-wrap
     474msgid "mobile-images/Editdive.jpg"
     475msgstr "mobile-images/Editdive.jpg"
     476
     477#. type: Title ==
     478#: mobile-manual.txt:200
     479#, no-wrap
     480msgid "Manually adding a new dive to the dive list"
     481msgstr ""
     482
     483#. type: Plain text
     484#: mobile-manual.txt:212
     485msgid ""
     486"One can manually add a dive to the existing dive list. On the dive list tap "
     487"the \"plus\" sign in the action bar, or use the main menu and tap _Manage "
     488"dives -> Add dive manually_. This opens a screen that is identical to the "
     489"editing screen discussed above. When a dive is added manually, you cannot "
     490"directly add a dive profile from a dive computer. However, if you do not use "
     491"a dive computer, the duration, depth and several other bits of information "
     492"about the new dive can be entered. The _Action button_ at the bottom of the "
     493"screen contains a disk symbol. Tap this to save the new dive. To cancel any "
     494"edits, tap the Android Back Button.  The left-hand image below shows a "
     495"screenshot of a dive being created and the right-hand image shows the same "
     496"dive in _Details View_."
     497msgstr ""
     498
     499#. type: Target for macro image
     500#: mobile-manual.txt:213
     501#, no-wrap
     502msgid "mobile-images/Manualdive.jpg"
     503msgstr "mobile-images/Manualdive.jpg"
     504
     505#. type: Title ==
    432506#: mobile-manual.txt:215
    433 msgid ""
    434 "At the bottom of the dive details screen the _Action Button_ contains a "
    435 "pencil (image on right, above).  Tapping the pencil button brings up a panel "
    436 "with edit boxes that allows you to change the existing dive information, e."
    437 "g. adding text to the dive notes or changing the names or values of some of "
    438 "the information (see image below).  It may be necessary to scroll the window "
    439 "to access all the information.  At the bottom of the edit screen is a _Save_ "
    440 "action button. Tap this to save the new information. Having saved the data, "
    441 "the dive list screen is updated and shown. To cancel any edits, tap the "
    442 "Android Back Button or swipe the edit screen up (fling it away)."
    443 msgstr ""
    444 
    445 #. type: Target for macro image
    446 #: mobile-manual.txt:216
    447 #, no-wrap
    448 msgid "mobile-images/EditDive.jpg"
    449 msgstr "mobile-images/EditDive.jpg"
    450 
    451 #. type: Title ==
    452 #: mobile-manual.txt:219
    453 #, no-wrap
    454 msgid "Adding a new dive to the dive list"
    455 msgstr ""
    456 
    457 #. type: Plain text
    458 #: mobile-manual.txt:231
    459 msgid ""
    460 "You can manually add a dive to the existing dive list. On the dive list tap "
    461 "the \"plus\" sign in the _Action Button_, or use the main menu and tap "
    462 "_Manage dives -> Add dive manually_. This opens a screen that is identical "
    463 "to the editing screen discussed above. When a dive is added manually, you "
    464 "cannot directly add a dive profile from a dive computer. However, if you do "
    465 "not use a dive computer, the duration, depth and several other bits of "
    466 "information about the new dive can be entered. The _Action button_ at the "
    467 "bottom of the screen contains a disk symbol. Tap this to save the new dive. "
    468 "To cancel any edits, tap the Android Back Button.  The left-hand image below "
    469 "shows a screenshot of a dive being created and the right-hand image shows "
    470 "the same dive in _Details View_."
    471 msgstr ""
    472 
    473 #. type: Target for macro image
    474 #: mobile-manual.txt:232
    475 #, no-wrap
    476 msgid "mobile-images/ManuallyEnterDive.jpg"
    477 msgstr "mobile-images/ManuallyEnterDive.jpg"
    478 
    479 #. type: Title ==
    480 #: mobile-manual.txt:234
    481507#, no-wrap
    482508msgid "Deleting a dive"
     
    484510
    485511#. type: Plain text
    486 #: mobile-manual.txt:240
     512#: mobile-manual.txt:221
    487513msgid ""
    488514"The _Details View_ of a dive has an Action Bar, including a dustbin. If this "
     
    493519
    494520#. type: Target for macro image
    495 #: mobile-manual.txt:241
     521#: mobile-manual.txt:222
    496522#, no-wrap
    497523msgid "mobile-images/Delete_undo.jpg"
     
    499525
    500526#. type: Plain text
    501 #: mobile-manual.txt:248
    502 msgid ""
    503 "You can also delete a dive from the dive list by long-pressing a specific "
    504 "dive until a red dustbin appears on the right-hand side (see image below). "
    505 "Tap the dustbin. The dive is deleted without asking any confirmation because "
     527#: mobile-manual.txt:229
     528msgid ""
     529"You can also delete a dive from the dive list by long-pressing a dive until "
     530"a red dustbin appears on the right-hand side (see image below). Tap the "
     531"dustbin. The dive is deleted without asking any confirmation because "
    506532"_Subsurface-mobile_ assumes that the combination of a long tap on the dive "
    507533"with another tap on the red dustbin is an unambiguous instruction to delete "
     
    510536
    511537#. type: Target for macro image
    512 #: mobile-manual.txt:249
     538#: mobile-manual.txt:230
    513539#, no-wrap
    514540msgid "mobile-images/RedDustbin.jpg"
     
    516542
    517543#. type: Title ==
    518 #: mobile-manual.txt:251
     544#: mobile-manual.txt:233
    519545#, no-wrap
    520546msgid "Download dives from a dive computer"
     
    522548
    523549#. type: Plain text
    524 #: mobile-manual.txt:254
     550#: mobile-manual.txt:236
    525551msgid ""
    526552"Download of dives is possible from dive computers with a FTDI USB interface, "
    527 "or with a Bluetooth interface."
    528 msgstr ""
    529 
    530 #. type: Plain text
    531 #: mobile-manual.txt:256
     553"or with a Bluetooth/BTLE interface."
     554msgstr ""
     555
     556#. type: Plain text
     557#: mobile-manual.txt:238
    532558msgid ""
    533559"First, establish a link between the dive computer and the mobile device."
     
    535561
    536562#. type: Plain text
    537 #: mobile-manual.txt:265
     563#: mobile-manual.txt:247
    538564msgid ""
    539565"For USB dive computers, USB cables \"normally\" used for uploading dives to "
    540 "a desktop/laptop computer do NOT work: these cables often have a full-sized "
    541 "male USB plug on one end which plugs into the USB port of a desktop/laptop "
    542 "computer. For downloads to a mobile device one needs a USB OTG (USB On-The-"
    543 "Go) cable. In most cases it is required to plug the USB cable \"normally\" "
    544 "used with the dive computer into a USB OTG cable which, in turn, plugs into "
    545 "the mini-USB receptacle of the mobile device. The OTG cable often has a full-"
    546 "size female receptacle at one end which accommodates the full-sized male "
    547 "plug of the USB cable \"normally\" used (see image below). This means that "
    548 "two cables are used to connect the dive computer to the mobile device."
    549 msgstr ""
    550 
    551 #. type: Target for macro image
    552 #: mobile-manual.txt:266
     566"a desktop/laptop computer do NOT work: these cables usually have a full-"
     567"sized (\"Type A\") male USB plug on one end which plugs into the USB port of "
     568"a desktop/laptop computer. For downloads to a mobile device one needs a USB "
     569"OTG (USB On-The-Go) cable. In most cases it is required to plug the USB "
     570"cable \"normally\" used with the dive computer into a USB OTG cable which, "
     571"in turn, plugs into the mini-USB (or sometimes a USB \"Type C\")  receptacle "
     572"of the mobile device. The OTG cable usually has a full-size (\"Type A\") "
     573"female receptacle at one end which accommodates the full-sized male plug of "
     574"the USB cable \"normally\" used (see image below). This means that two "
     575"cables are used to connect the dive computer to the mobile device."
     576msgstr ""
     577
     578#. type: Plain text
     579#: mobile-manual.txt:249
     580msgid ""
     581"Please note that not all Android devices support OTG cables. And even on "
     582"some devices that do support those cables in general, _Subsurface-mobile_ "
     583"still in some cases cannot access a dive computer through a serial port."
     584msgstr ""
     585
     586#. type: Target for macro image
     587#: mobile-manual.txt:250
    553588#, no-wrap
    554589msgid "mobile-images/USB-OTG.jpg"
     
    556591
    557592#. type: Plain text
    558 #: mobile-manual.txt:273
     593#: mobile-manual.txt:258
    559594msgid ""
    560595"For Bluetooth-equipped dive computers, establish a Bluetooth connection "
    561596"between the dive computer and the mobile device. Use the tools on the mobile "
    562 "device to achieve this. For of Android mobile devices, the Settings -> "
    563 "Bluetooth tool is probably appropriate. Ensure pairing of the dive computer "
    564 "and mobile device.  _Subsurface-mobile_ performs communication using both "
    565 "Bluetooth and Bluetooth-low-energy (BTLE).  The appropriate choice of "
    566 "Bluetooth communication is made by the software and the user need not be "
    567 "concerned with this."
    568 msgstr ""
    569 
    570 #. type: Plain text
    571 #: mobile-manual.txt:280
    572 msgid ""
    573 "With propper communication between dive computer and _Subsurface-mobile_ "
    574 "having been set up, dive download is simple.  From the main menu, tap "
    575 "_Manage dives -> Download from DC_. A screen is shown requiring that the "
    576 "user specify the names of the vendor and model of the dive computer. For "
    577 "instance, when using a Shearwater Petrel 2 dive computer, the vendor is "
    578 "_Shearwater_ and the Dive computer name is _Petrel 2_. From the two dropdown "
    579 "lists at the top of the screen, select the correct vendor and dive computer "
    580 "names (see image on the left, below). If using a dive computer using a "
    581 "Bluetooth connection, then tap the check box labelled _Bluetooth download_."
    582 msgstr ""
    583 
    584 #. type: Plain text
    585 #: mobile-manual.txt:288
    586 msgid ""
    587 "Now tap the button labled _DOWNLOAD_. The downloaded dives appear in the "
     597"device to achieve pairing between the Bluetooth dice computer and the mobile "
     598"device. For of Android devices, the Settings -> Bluetooth tool is probably "
     599"appropriate. Ensure pairing of the dive computer and mobile device. "
     600"_Subsurface-mobile_ performs communication using both Bluetooth and "
     601"Bluetooth-low-energy (BTLE).  The appropriate choice of Bluetooth "
     602"communication is made by the software and the user need not be concerned "
     603"with this."
     604msgstr ""
     605
     606#. type: Plain text
     607#: mobile-manual.txt:264
     608msgid ""
     609"With pairing between dive computer and _Subsurface-mobile_ having been set "
     610"up, dive download is simple.  From the main menu, tap _Manage dives -> "
     611"Download from DC_. A screen is shown requiring that the user specify the "
     612"names of the vendor and model of the dive computer. For instance, when using "
     613"a Shearwater Petrel 2 dive computer, the vendor is _Shearwater_ and the Dive "
     614"computer name is _Petrel 2_. From the two dropdown lists at the top of the "
     615"screen, select the correct vendor and dive computer names (see image on the "
     616"left, below)."
     617msgstr ""
     618
     619#. type: Plain text
     620#: mobile-manual.txt:268
     621msgid ""
     622"Now tap the button labeled _Download_. The downloaded dives appear in the "
    588623"bottom part of the screen, the most recent dive at the top (see image on "
    589 "right, below). Be patient because the download can sometimes take a few "
    590 "mimnutes.  Each dive has a check-box on the left hand side, used for "
    591 "selecting which dives need to be added to the _Subsurface-mobile_ dive list: "
    592 "dives that are not checked are ignored. With the appropriate downloaded "
    593 "dives having been checked, tap the button at the bottom left labled "
    594 "_ACCEPT_. All the selected dives appear on the _Subsurface-mobile_ dive "
    595 "list. The downloaded dive information can now be edited as described in the "
    596 "section above xref:S_Edit_Dive[Edit a dive]."
    597 msgstr ""
    598 
    599 #. type: Target for macro image
    600 #: mobile-manual.txt:289
     624"right, below). Be patient because the download can take a few minutes.  As a "
     625"matter of fact, a complete first download from some dive computers has been "
     626"shown to take 45 minutes and longer."
     627msgstr ""
     628
     629#. type: Plain text
     630#: mobile-manual.txt:274
     631msgid ""
     632"After the download, each dive has a check-box on the left hand side, used "
     633"for selecting which dives you want to be added to the _Subsurface-mobile_ "
     634"dive list: dives that are not checked are ignored. With the appropriate "
     635"downloaded dives having been checked, tap the button at the bottom left "
     636"labeled _Accept_. All the selected dives appear on the _Subsurface-mobile_ "
     637"dive list. The downloaded dive information can now be edited as described in "
     638"the section above xref:S_Edit_Dive[Edit a dive]."
     639msgstr ""
     640
     641#. type: Target for macro image
     642#: mobile-manual.txt:275
    601643#, no-wrap
    602644msgid "mobile-images/DC-Download.jpg"
     
    604646
    605647#. type: Title ==
    606 #: mobile-manual.txt:291
     648#: mobile-manual.txt:277
    607649#, no-wrap
    608650msgid "Viewing the dive location on Google Maps"
     
    610652
    611653#. type: Plain text
    612 #: mobile-manual.txt:296
    613 msgid ""
    614 "The site of a specific dive can be viewed in two ways using the _Details "
    615 "View_.  The Action Bar at the bottom has a GPS pin on the left hand side. "
    616 "Tap that pin and the dive site is shown in Google Maps. Close Google Maps by "
    617 "using the Android _Back_ button."
    618 msgstr ""
    619 
    620 #. type: Plain text
    621 #: mobile-manual.txt:299
     654#: mobile-manual.txt:281
     655msgid ""
     656"In the _Details View_, the Action Bar at the bottom has a GPS pin on the "
     657"left hand side. Tap that pin and the dive site is shown in Google Maps. "
     658"Close Google Maps by using the Android _Back_ button."
     659msgstr ""
     660
     661#. type: Plain text
     662#: mobile-manual.txt:285
    622663msgid ""
    623664"Alternatively, the _Details View_ has a button at the top right hand marked "
    624 "_Map it_. Tap this button to open Google Maps showing the dive site."
    625 msgstr ""
    626 
    627 #. type: Target for macro image
    628 #: mobile-manual.txt:300
     665"_Map it_. Tap this button to open Google Maps showing the dive site (image "
     666"below).  Afterwards, use the Android _Back_ button to return to _Subsurface-"
     667"mobile_."
     668msgstr ""
     669
     670#. type: Target for macro image
     671#: mobile-manual.txt:286
    629672#, no-wrap
    630673msgid "mobile-images/Map.jpg"
     
    632675
    633676#. type: Title ==
    634 #: mobile-manual.txt:302
     677#: mobile-manual.txt:288
    635678#, no-wrap
    636679msgid "Dive log management"
     
    638681
    639682#. type: Plain text
    640 #: mobile-manual.txt:312
     683#: mobile-manual.txt:298
    641684msgid ""
    642685"A central part of _Subsurface-mobile_ is the ability to store the dive log "
    643686"using the _Subsurface_ cloud storage.  This provides security against loss "
    644 "or damage to the dive information contained in a local copy of the dive log "
    645 "and allows the desktop version of _Subsurface_ to access changes made using "
    646 "the mobile device. This ability is accessed through the main menu (by "
    647 "dragging the Action Button to the right, or alternatively tapping the "
    648 "\"Hamburger\" icon at the bottom left of the screen).  Tap the option "
    649 "_Manage dives_, enabling a number of options:"
    650 msgstr ""
    651 
    652 #. type: Title ===
    653 #: mobile-manual.txt:313
     687"or damage to the dive information in a local copy and allows the desktop "
     688"version of _Subsurface_ to access changes made using the mobile device. This "
     689"ability is accessed through the main menu (by dragging the Action Button to "
     690"the right, or by tapping the \"Hamburger\" icon at the bottom left of the "
     691"screen).  Tap the option _Dive management_, enabling a number of options:"
     692msgstr ""
     693
     694#. type: Title ===
     695#: mobile-manual.txt:299
    654696#, no-wrap
    655697msgid "Add new dive manually"
     
    657699
    658700#. type: Plain text
    659 #: mobile-manual.txt:316
     701#: mobile-manual.txt:302
    660702msgid ""
    661703"This is described above under the section dealing with xref:"
    662 "S_Add_Dive[Adding a new dive to the dive list]."
    663 msgstr ""
    664 
    665 #. type: Title ===
    666 #: mobile-manual.txt:317
    667 #, no-wrap
    668 msgid "Sync the dive log with the _Subsurface_ cloud storage"
    669 msgstr ""
    670 
    671 #. type: Plain text
    672 #: mobile-manual.txt:324
     704"S_Add_Dive[Manually adding a new dive to the dive list]."
     705msgstr ""
     706
     707#. type: Title ===
     708#: mobile-manual.txt:303
     709#, no-wrap
     710msgid "Download from DC"
     711msgstr ""
     712
     713#. type: Plain text
     714#: mobile-manual.txt:306
     715msgid ""
     716"This is described above under the section dealing with xref:"
     717"S_Download[Download dives from a dive computer]."
     718msgstr ""
     719
     720#. type: Title ===
     721#: mobile-manual.txt:307
     722#, no-wrap
     723msgid "Apply GPS fixes"
     724msgstr ""
     725
     726#. type: Plain text
     727#: mobile-manual.txt:310
     728msgid "This is described in the following main section, below."
     729msgstr ""
     730
     731#. type: Title ===
     732#: mobile-manual.txt:311
     733#, no-wrap
     734msgid "Manually sync the dive log with the _Subsurface_ cloud storage"
     735msgstr ""
     736
     737#. type: Plain text
     738#: mobile-manual.txt:318
    673739msgid ""
    674740"Upload the dives contained on the mobile device to the _Subsurface_ cloud "
     
    676742"the local changes to the dive log with the cloud storage. It also downloads "
    677743"changes made to the dive log using another device or computer and stored in "
    678 "cloud storage."
    679 msgstr ""
    680 
    681 #. type: Title ===
    682 #: mobile-manual.txt:325
    683 #, no-wrap
    684 msgid "Working offline or online"
    685 msgstr ""
    686 
    687 #. type: Plain text
    688 #: mobile-manual.txt:334
     744"shared cloud storage."
     745msgstr ""
     746
     747#. type: Title ===
     748#: mobile-manual.txt:319
     749#, no-wrap
     750msgid "Enable cloud auto sync"
     751msgstr ""
     752
     753#. type: Plain text
     754#: mobile-manual.txt:331
    689755msgid ""
    690756"By default _Subsurface-mobile_ runs offline and only syncs the dive list "
    691 "with cloud storage when explicily told to do so (see above).  You can choose "
    692 "to always sync with the cloud servers after every modification of the dive "
    693 "list. This is not recommended unless you are in an area with fast and "
     757"with cloud storage when explicitly told to do so (see above).  You can "
     758"choose to always sync with the cloud servers after every modification of the "
     759"dive list. This is not recommended unless you are in an area with fast and "
    694760"reliable internet connection, as otherwise _Subsurface-mobile_ might appear "
    695 "to hang between operations as it tries to connect to the cloud server."
    696 msgstr ""
    697 
    698 #. type: Title ===
    699 #: mobile-manual.txt:335
    700 #, no-wrap
    701 msgid "Changing the login credentials on the _Subsurface_ cloud"
    702 msgstr ""
    703 
    704 #. type: Plain text
     761"to hang between operations as it tries to connect to the cloud server. "
     762"Selecting _Enable cloud auto sync_ causes the local dive log to be "
     763"synchronized with the copy in the cloud every time that _Subsurface-mobile_ "
     764"is closed. This option is a switch that allows auto sync to be either "
     765"activated or to be switched off."
     766msgstr ""
     767
     768#. type: Title ==
     769#: mobile-manual.txt:332
     770#, no-wrap
     771msgid "Recording dive locations using GPS (Android only)."
     772msgstr ""
     773
     774#. type: Plain text
     775#: mobile-manual.txt:339
     776msgid ""
     777"The fact that most smartphones have GPS facilities allows _Subsurface-"
     778"mobile_ on Android to record the locations of dives. If the smartphone is "
     779"taken on the dive boat during a dive, locations will be automatically "
     780"recorded at regular intervals.  These locations can then be applied to dives "
     781"in the dive list. Here is how it's done:"
     782msgstr ""
     783
     784#. type: Title ===
    705785#: mobile-manual.txt:341
    706 msgid ""
    707 "The login credentials (for example to work with multiple accounts) can be "
    708 "changed by opening the main menu and by tapping _Settings -> Cloud "
    709 "credentials_. This opens the screen for specifying new credentials."
    710 msgstr ""
    711 
    712 #. type: Title ===
    713 #: mobile-manual.txt:342
    714 #, no-wrap
    715 msgid "Changing the colour scheme of _Subsurface-mobile_"
     786#, no-wrap
     787msgid "Configuring the GPS service"
    716788msgstr ""
    717789
     
    719791#: mobile-manual.txt:349
    720792msgid ""
    721 "_Subsurface-mobile_ has three colour schemes to please users with different "
    722 "tastes. This user manual shows the default colour scheme, comprising blue "
    723 "colours. Change to a pink or a dark colour scheme by opening the main menu "
    724 "and tap Settings -> Preferences. This opens the Preferences screen that "
    725 "includes the three colour schemes (see image below)."
     793"From the Main menu, select _Settings_. The Settings screen has a section for "
     794"configuring the GPS service (image below). GPS location data are collected "
     795"at regular intervals, e.g. every 5 minutes, or at regular distances, e.g. "
     796"after the boat has moved more than 200m, or a combination of both of these "
     797"approaches. Provide the appropriate information and tap the Android _Back_ "
     798"button. The program is now ready to collect GPS positions."
    726799msgstr ""
    727800
     
    729802#: mobile-manual.txt:350
    730803#, no-wrap
    731 msgid "mobile-images/ColourSchemes.jpg"
    732 msgstr "mobile-images/ColourSchemes.jpg"
    733 
    734 #. type: Title ==
     804msgid "mobile-images/GPS-config.jpg"
     805msgstr "mobile-images/GPS-config.jpg"
     806
     807#. type: Title ===
    735808#: mobile-manual.txt:352
    736809#, no-wrap
    737 msgid "Recording dive locations using GPS (Android only)."
    738 msgstr ""
    739 
    740 #. type: Plain text
    741 #: mobile-manual.txt:359
    742 msgid ""
    743 "The fact that most smartphones have GPS facilities allows _Subsurface-"
    744 "mobile_ on Android to record the locations of dives. You can take the "
    745 "smartphone on the dive boat during a dive and locations will be "
    746 "automatically recorded at regular intervals.  These locations can then be "
    747 "applied to dives in the dive list. Here is how it's done:"
    748 msgstr ""
    749 
    750 #. type: Title ===
    751 #: mobile-manual.txt:360
    752 #, no-wrap
    753 msgid "Setting up the GPS"
    754 msgstr ""
    755 
    756 #. type: Plain text
     810msgid "Collecting GPS positions"
     811msgstr ""
     812
     813#. type: Plain text
     814#: mobile-manual.txt:357
     815msgid ""
     816"Ensure that the GPS on the Android device has been activated.  Open the Main "
     817"Menu and select _GPS -> Run location service_. This activates the recording "
     818"of GPS locations."
     819msgstr ""
     820
     821#. type: Target for macro image
     822#: mobile-manual.txt:358
     823#, no-wrap
     824msgid "mobile-images/GPSstart.jpg"
     825msgstr "mobile-images/GPSstart.jpg"
     826
     827#. type: Plain text
     828#: mobile-manual.txt:367
     829msgid ""
     830"_Subsurface-mobile_ starts to collect GPS locations automatically, following "
     831"the preferences specified as described above. While the GPS location service "
     832"is running, all menus have a GPS symbol at the bottom of the menu, "
     833"indicating that the service is active. After return from the dive trip, "
     834"deactivate the collection of GPS data by tapping the option _Disable "
     835"location service_. The GPS symbol at the bottom of all manus disappears."
     836msgstr ""
     837
     838#. type: Title ===
    757839#: mobile-manual.txt:368
    758 msgid ""
    759 "Open the main menu and tap _GPS -> Preferences_. Now specify the way in "
    760 "which GPS data need to be automatically collected (image above). Data are "
    761 "collected at regular intervals, e.g. every 5 minutes, or at regular "
    762 "distances, e.g. after the boat has moved more than 200m, or a combination of "
    763 "both of these approaches. Provide the appropriate information and tap the "
    764 "_Save_ action button. The program is now ready to collect GPS positions."
    765 msgstr ""
    766 
    767 #. type: Title ===
    768 #: mobile-manual.txt:369
    769 #, no-wrap
    770 msgid "Collecting GPS positions"
    771 msgstr ""
    772 
    773 #. type: Target for macro image
    774 #: mobile-manual.txt:371
    775 #, no-wrap
    776 msgid "mobile-images/Mainmenu.jpg"
    777 msgstr "mobile-images/Mainmenu.jpg"
    778 
    779 #. type: Plain text
    780 #: mobile-manual.txt:380
    781 msgid ""
    782 "Ensure that the GPS on the Android device has been activated. At the bottom "
    783 "of the GPS submenu is a check box _Run location service_ (image above).  "
    784 "Check this box and _Subsurface-mobile_ starts to collect GPS locations "
    785 "automatically, following the preferences specified as described above. After "
    786 "return from the dive trip you can deactivate the collection of GPS data by "
    787 "de-activating the same check box at the bottom of the main menu."
    788 msgstr ""
    789 
    790 #. type: Title ===
    791 #: mobile-manual.txt:381
    792840#, no-wrap
    793841msgid "Storing the GPS data on the _Subsurface_ cloud"
     
    795843
    796844#. type: Plain text
    797 #: mobile-manual.txt:388
     845#: mobile-manual.txt:375
    798846msgid ""
    799847"Activate the main menu and select the _GPS_ option that brings up the "
     
    805853
    806854#. type: Title ===
    807 #: mobile-manual.txt:389
     855#: mobile-manual.txt:376
    808856#, no-wrap
    809857msgid "Downloading GPS data from the _Subsurface_ cloud"
     
    811859
    812860#. type: Plain text
    813 #: mobile-manual.txt:394
     861#: mobile-manual.txt:381
    814862msgid ""
    815863"Download the GPS data that have been saved on the cloud (possibly by a "
    816 "different device) by selecting _Download GPS Data_ from the GPS subpanel."
    817 msgstr ""
    818 
    819 #. type: Title ===
    820 #: mobile-manual.txt:395
     864"different device) by selecting _Download GPS Data_ from the GPS sub-panel."
     865msgstr ""
     866
     867#. type: Title ===
     868#: mobile-manual.txt:382
    821869#, no-wrap
    822870msgid "Viewing GPS data"
     
    824872
    825873#. type: Plain text
    826 #: mobile-manual.txt:406
     874#: mobile-manual.txt:392
    827875msgid ""
    828876"From the GPS submenu select _Show GPS fixes_. This brings up a list of GPS "
    829 "positions obtained using the location service (image on left, below). Two "
    830 "actions are possible for each of the locations, enabled if you tap the "
    831 "handle (the three horisontal stripes on the right, see image on left, below) "
    832 "and then drags the specific item to the left (image on right, below). This "
    833 "exposes two options. Tapping the dustbin deletes this particular GPS "
    834 "location. Tapping the teardrop-shaped icon (actually a Google Maps pin) "
    835 "opens up Google Maps with a pin indicating the exact map position of the GPS "
    836 "record being viewed. The two above options can be hidden by drawing the GPS "
    837 "record to the right, again using the handle."
    838 msgstr ""
    839 
    840 #. type: Target for macro image
    841 #: mobile-manual.txt:407
     877"positions obtained by the location service (image below). Two actions are "
     878"possible for each of the locations, enabled by dragging the handle (the "
     879"dotted matrix on the right below) to the left. This exposes two options. "
     880"Tapping the dustbin deletes this particular GPS location. Tapping the "
     881"teardrop-shaped icon (actually a Google Maps pin) opens up Google Maps with "
     882"a pin indicating the exact map position of the GPS record being viewed. The "
     883"two above options can be hidden by drawing the GPS record to the right, "
     884"again using the handle."
     885msgstr ""
     886
     887#. type: Target for macro image
     888#: mobile-manual.txt:393
    842889#, no-wrap
    843890msgid "mobile-images/gpsmanagement.jpg"
     
    845892
    846893#. type: Title ===
    847 #: mobile-manual.txt:409
     894#: mobile-manual.txt:395
    848895#, no-wrap
    849896msgid "Applying GPS data to dives in the dive log"
     
    851898
    852899#. type: Plain text
    853 #: mobile-manual.txt:417
     900#: mobile-manual.txt:404
    854901msgid ""
    855902"Assuming that all the dives have been entered into the dive log or have been "
    856 "downloaded from the _Subsurface_ cloud, you can apply the GPS positions to "
    857 "these dives. GPS positions can therefore only be applied to dives in the "
    858 "dive list.  From the GPS subpanel, tap _GPS-tag dives_. The dive list "
    859 "contains the start and end times of each dive. Now, _Subsurface-mobile_ "
     903"downloaded from the _Subsurface_ cloud, apply the GPS positions to these "
     904"dives. GPS positions can therefore only be applied to dives in the dive "
     905"list.  From the _Dive management_ sub-panel, tap _Apply GPS fixes_. The dive "
     906"list contains the start and end times of each dive. Now, _Subsurface-mobile_ "
    860907"applies the first GPS position that falls within the dive period of each "
    861908"dive. This results in a GPS position for each dive that is saved as part of "
    862909"the dive log."
    863910msgstr ""
     911
     912#. type: Title ==
     913#: mobile-manual.txt:405
     914#, no-wrap
     915msgid "Using the settings for _Subsurface-mobile_."
     916msgstr "Utilisation des paramètres pour _Subsurface-mobile_."
     917
     918#. type: Plain text
     919#: mobile-manual.txt:408
     920msgid ""
     921"The Settings screen allows the customization of _Subsurface-mobile_. Many of "
     922"the settings involve dragging a slider switch to activate or deactivate a "
     923"particular setting."
     924msgstr ""
     925
     926#. type: Title ===
     927#: mobile-manual.txt:410
     928#, no-wrap
     929msgid "Changing to a different _Subsurface_ cloud account"
     930msgstr ""
     931
     932#. type: Plain text
     933#: mobile-manual.txt:415
     934msgid ""
     935"Some users have more than one _Subsurface_ cloud account and with a need to "
     936"switch between accounts. Tap _Settings_ on the Main menu and scroll to the "
     937"section titled _Cloud status_ (see image below).  Tap the _Change_ button. "
     938"This opens the _Cloud credentials_ screen.  change the credential "
     939"information, then tap the button _Sign-in or register_. The appropriate dive "
     940"list is shown."
     941msgstr ""
     942
     943#. type: Target for macro image
     944#: mobile-manual.txt:416
     945#, no-wrap
     946msgid "mobile-images/SettingsCloudTheme.jpg"
     947msgstr "mobile-images/SettingsCloudTheme.jpg"
     948
     949#. type: Title ===
     950#: mobile-manual.txt:418
     951#, no-wrap
     952msgid "Changing the color theme of _Subsurface-mobile_"
     953msgstr ""
     954
     955#. type: Plain text
     956#: mobile-manual.txt:425
     957msgid ""
     958"_Subsurface-mobile_ has three color schemes to please users with different "
     959"tastes. This user manual shows the default color scheme, comprising blue "
     960"colors. Change to a pink or a dark color scheme by opening the main menu, "
     961"tap _Settings_, and scroll to the section with heading _Theme_ (see image "
     962"above).  Select the appropriate color theme by dragging the appropriate "
     963"slider on the righthand."
     964msgstr ""
     965
     966#. type: Title ===
     967#: mobile-manual.txt:426
     968#, no-wrap
     969msgid "Configuring the GPS webservice"
     970msgstr ""
     971
     972#. type: Plain text
     973#: mobile-manual.txt:429
     974msgid ""
     975"The Settings screen allows one to set up the way in which GPS positions are "
     976"collected during dives. See the section on xref:S_ConfigureGPS[Configuring "
     977"the GPS service]."
     978msgstr ""
     979
     980#. type: Title ===
     981#: mobile-manual.txt:430
     982#, no-wrap
     983msgid "Saving a detailed dive computer dive log"
     984msgstr ""
     985
     986#. type: Plain text
     987#: mobile-manual.txt:433
     988msgid ""
     989"Under the heading _Dive computer_, you will find a switch to save a detailed "
     990"log each time dives are downloaded from a dive computer. This is important "
     991"for solving problems in downloading dives from the dive computer. When "
     992"contacting the developers with download problems, you will usually be asked "
     993"to provide the information in this log, which can be found in the root "
     994"folder of your local storage device as +libdivecomputer.log+. In the same "
     995"location you can also find a +subsurfacel.log+ which is always created and "
     996"which include more information which can be helpful when debugging problems "
     997"with Subsurface-mobile."
     998msgstr ""
     999
     1000#. type: Title ===
     1001#: mobile-manual.txt:434
     1002#, no-wrap
     1003msgid "Activating the Developer submenu"
     1004msgstr ""
     1005
     1006#. type: Plain text
     1007#: mobile-manual.txt:437
     1008msgid ""
     1009"The information in subsurface.log plus some additional information for "
     1010"understanding the screen rendering of dive information as well as the way in "
     1011"which _Subsurface-mobile_ processed information during a specific occasion "
     1012"while running the app (see section below) is available through a _Developer_ "
     1013"menu at run time. Activate (or deactivate) this menu item on the Main Menu "
     1014"by dragging the slider switch in the Settings screen."
     1015msgstr ""
     1016
     1017#. type: Title ==
     1018#: mobile-manual.txt:438
     1019#, no-wrap
     1020msgid "Developer submenu"
     1021msgstr ""
     1022
     1023#. type: Plain text
     1024#: mobile-manual.txt:442
     1025msgid ""
     1026"If the Developer submenu has been activated in the Settings screen, the Main "
     1027"menu has a _Developer_ item. By tapping this one has two options that are "
     1028"relevant within the context of program development and debugging."
     1029msgstr ""
     1030
     1031#. type: Title ===
     1032#: mobile-manual.txt:443
     1033#, no-wrap
     1034msgid "App log"
     1035msgstr ""
     1036
     1037#. type: Plain text
     1038#: mobile-manual.txt:448
     1039msgid ""
     1040"This option shows the messages that _Subsurface-mobile_ generates while "
     1041"running. While most users are not aware of these messages, they are often "
     1042"crucial in detecting any abnormal behavior of the app. The App log can be "
     1043"found in the root directory of the local storage of the mobile device."
     1044msgstr ""
     1045
     1046#. type: Title ===
     1047#: mobile-manual.txt:449
     1048#, no-wrap
     1049msgid "Theme information"
     1050msgstr ""
     1051
     1052#. type: Plain text
     1053#: mobile-manual.txt:453
     1054msgid ""
     1055"This option provides a wealth of information about the screen "
     1056"characteristics of the mobile device and the font characteristics used by "
     1057"_Subsurface-mobile_."
     1058msgstr ""
     1059
     1060#~ msgid "toc::[]"
     1061#~ msgstr "toc::[]"
     1062
     1063#~ msgid "mobile-images/MainMenu2.jpg"
     1064#~ msgstr "mobile-images/MainMenu2.jpg"
    8641065
    8651066#~ msgid "mobile-images/gpssetup.jpg"
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    410410<div class="paragraph"><p><span class="big">MANUEL UTILISATEUR de Subsurface-mobile</span></p></div>
    411411<div class="paragraph"><p><strong>Auteurs du manuel</strong> : Willem Ferguson, Dirk Hohndel</p></div>
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    416 <div class="paragraph"><p><span class="blue"><em>Version 2, juillet 2017</em></span></p></div>
    417 <div class="paragraph"><p>Welcome as a user of <em>Subsurface</em>, advanced dive logging software with
    418 extensive infrastructure to describe, organize, interpret and print scuba
    419 and free dives. <em>Subsurface</em> offers many advantages over other similar
    420 software solutions, including compatibility with Windows, Mac-OS/X, Linux
    421 (many distributions), Android and iOS. In addition, <em>Subsurface</em> is
    422 open-source software that allows downloading dive information from most dive
    423 computers.</p></div>
     412<div class="paragraph"><p><span class="blue"><em>Version 2, octobre 2017</em></span></p></div>
     413<div class="paragraph"><p>Welcome as a user of <em>Subsurface</em> and <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>, advanced dive
     414logging software with extensive infrastructure to describe, organize, and
     415interpret scuba and free dives. <em>Subsurface</em> offers many advantages over
     416other similar software solutions, including compatibility with Windows,
     417Mac-OS/X, Linux (many distributions), Android and iOS. In addition,
     418<em>Subsurface</em> is open-source software that allows downloading dive
     419information from many dive computers.</p></div>
    424420<div class="sect1">
    425421<h2 id="_présentation_de_subsurface_mobile">1. Présentation de Subsurface-mobile</h2>
    426422<div class="sectionbody">
    427 <div class="paragraph"><p><em>Subsurface-mobile</em> est une extension de <em>Subsurface</em> qui fonctionne sur les
    428 smartphones Android et iOS et sur les tablettes. C&#8217;est un outil pour
    429 visualiser et partager des informations de plongées sur des sites de
    430 plongées où un ordinateur n&#8217;est pas utile. <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> permet
    431 également de collecter des positions GPS où sont effectuées les
     423<div class="paragraph"><p><em>Subsurface-mobile</em> est une version mobile limitée de <em>Subsurface</em> qui vise
     424les smartphones Android et iOS et sur les tablettes, qui permet de
     425visualiser, entrer, partager et stocker des informations de plongées sur les
     426sites de plongées où un ordinateur n&#8217;est pas utile. Alors que la version de
     427<em>Subsurface</em> pour ordinateur affiche bien plus d&#8217;informations détaillées
     428pour chaque plongée, la version mobile permet un accès facilité lors sur un
     429voyage de plongées, utile pour prouver une experience de plongées aux clubs
     430ou pour revoir les plongées précédentes. <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> pour Android
     431permet également de collecter des positions GPS où sont effectuées les
    432432plongées. (Subsurface-mobile pour iOS ne supporte pas toutes les fonctions
    433433pour le moment).</p></div>
    434 <div class="paragraph"><p><em>Subsurface-mobile</em> allows you to enter and save dive information using a
    435 mobile device. Users of <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> typically use the mobile app as
    436 an extension to the laptop/desktop version of <em>Subsurface</em> that allows the
    437 storage of dive logs on the Internet and sharing them between the mobile and
    438 the desktop versions. But <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> can also be used independently
    439 of <em>Subsurface</em> and does not require the use of cloud storage.  While the
    440 desktop version of <em>Subsurface</em> shows much more detailed information for
    441 each dive, the mobile version allows a more accessible dive log on a dive
    442 trip, useful for proving dive experience to dive shops or to review previous
    443 dives.</p></div>
    444 <div class="paragraph"><p><em>Subsurface-mobile</em> allows you to:</p></div>
     434<div class="paragraph"><p>Les utilisateurs de <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> utilisent habituellement
     435l&#8217;application mobile en tant que compagnon de la version de <em>Subsurface</em>
     436pour ordinateur, partageant les informations de plongées entre les versions
     437mobile et de bureau. Cependant, <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> peut également être
     438utilisée de façon indépendante de la version de bureau et ne requiert pas
     439l&#8217;utilisation du stockage cloud.</p></div>
     440<div class="paragraph"><p><em>Subsurface-mobile</em> permet de :</p></div>
    445441<div class="ulist"><ul>
    446442<li>
    447443<p>
    448 Download existing dive log information from the Internet.
     444Télécharger et stocker les informations de plongées en utilisant le cloud
     445  <em>Subsurface</em>.
    449446</p>
    450447</li>
    451448<li>
    452449<p>
    453 View this information on a mobile device.
     450Visualiser ces informations sur un périphérique nomade.
    454451</p>
    455452</li>
    456453<li>
    457454<p>
    458 Edit many of the dive log data fields, e.g. divemaster, buddy, equipment or
    459   notes about a dive.
     455Créer et ajouter manuellement de nouvelles plongées à votre carnet de
     456  plongées.
    460457</p>
    461458</li>
    462459<li>
    463460<p>
    464 Manually create and add new dive records to your dive log.
     461Télécharger des données de plongées directement depuis plusieurs ordinateurs
     462  de plongées.
    465463</p>
    466464</li>
    467465<li>
    468466<p>
    469 Download dive data directly from many dive computers.
     467Modifier de nombreux champs des données de plongées, comme le moniteur, le
     468  binôme, l'équipement ou les notes relatives à la plongée.
    470469</p>
    471470</li>
    472471<li>
    473472<p>
    474 Store the updated dive log in the <em>Subsurface</em> cloud storage.
     473Enregistrer, stocker et appliquer des positions GPS des plongées (Uniquement
     474  sous Android).
    475475</p>
    476476</li>
    477477<li>
    478478<p>
    479 Record, store and apply GPS positions of dives (Android only).
    480 </p>
    481 </li>
    482 <li>
    483 <p>
    484 View the localities of recorded GPS positions and of dives on a map.
     479Visualiser les positions des points GPS enregistrés et des plongées sur une
     480  carte.
    485481</p>
    486482</li>
    487483</ul></div>
    488 <div class="paragraph"><p>These items are discussed in greater detail in the following text.
    489 <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> does not yet support download of dive data from all the
    490 dive computers that the desktop/laptop version can: that still needs to be
    491 done using <em>Subsurface</em> on a desktop or laptop computer. Only a subset of
    492 dive computers that use a FTDI USB interface or a Bluetooth/BTLE interface
    493 are accessible by <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>.</p></div>
    494 </div>
    495 </div>
    496 <div class="sect1">
    497 <h2 id="_installing_em_subsurface_mobile_em_on_your_mobile_device">2. Installing <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> on your mobile device</h2>
    498 <div class="sectionbody">
    499 <div class="paragraph"><p>Find <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> in the <em>Google Play Store</em> or the <em>iTunes Store</em>
    500 and install it.</p></div>
    501 </div>
    502 </div>
    503 <div class="sect1">
    504 <h2 id="_using_em_subsurface_mobile_em_for_the_first_time">3. Using <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> for the first time</h2>
    505 <div class="sectionbody">
    506 <div class="paragraph"><p>Upon starting <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> for the first time, a Subsurface splash
    507 screen is shown while the program loads. On some devices this may take
    508 several seconds. After loading, the <em>Cloud Credentials screen</em> appears (see
    509 image below on left).</p></div>
    510 <div class="paragraph"><p>Select whether <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> should access the Internet for dive log
    511 information as follows:</p></div>
     484<div class="paragraph"><p>Ces points sont détaillés dans la suite du manuel. <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> ne
     485supporte pas encore le téléchargement des données de plongées depuis tous
     486les ordinateurs de plongées que supporte la version de bureau. Seule une
     487partie des ordinateurs de plongées utilisant une interface USB FTDI ou une
     488interface Bluetooth/BTLE sont accessibles depuis  <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>.</p></div>
     489</div>
     490</div>
     491<div class="sect1">
     492<h2 id="_installer_em_subsurface_mobile_em_sur_votre_périphérique_nomade">2. Installer <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>  sur votre périphérique nomade</h2>
     493<div class="sectionbody">
     494<div class="paragraph"><p>Vous trouverez <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>  dans <em>Google Play Store</em> ou sur <em>iTunes
     495Store</em> d&#8217;où vous pourrez les installer. Veuillez boter que les deux
     496contiennent également l&#8217;ancienne application <em><em>Subsurface</em> companion</em>
     497(utilisée uniquement pour enregistrer les points GPS). Vérifiez que vous
     498installez bien  <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>.</p></div>
     499</div>
     500</div>
     501<div class="sect1">
     502<h2 id="_utiliser_em_subsurface_mobile_em_pour_la_première_fois">3. Utiliser <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> pour la première fois</h2>
     503<div class="sectionbody">
     504<div class="paragraph"><p>Lorsque vous exécutez <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> pour la première fois, un écran
     505d&#8217;accueil Subsurface est affiché pendant le chargement. Sur certains
     506périphériques, cela peut prendre plusieurs secondes. Après le chargement,
     507l'<em>écran d&#8217;informations de connexion au cloud</em> apparait (voir l&#8217;image
     508ci-dessous, à gauche).</p></div>
     509<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
     510<div class="content">
     511<img src="mobile-images/Credentials.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Mobile credentials screen" />
     512</div>
     513</div>
    512514<div class="sect2">
    513515<h3 id="_when_not_using_cloud_storage">3.1. When NOT Using Cloud Storage</h3>
    514 <div class="paragraph"><p>Tap the striked-out cloud icon. The app will not access the <em>Subsurface</em>
     516<div class="paragraph"><p>Tap the "No cloud mode" button. The app will not access the <em>Subsurface</em>
    515517cloud storage server to obtain dive log information. This means that dive
    516 log information is stored on the mobile device only.</p></div>
     518log information is stored on the mobile device only. If no dives have been
     519entered into the dive log yet (the usual case), then a an empty dive log is
     520created.</p></div>
    517521</div>
    518522<div class="sect2">
    519523<h3 id="_using_cloud_storage">3.2. Using Cloud Storage</h3>
    520 <div class="paragraph"><p>In order to use the <em>Subsurface</em> cloud storage, an account on the cloud
    521 server is required. If you have already set up an account from the
    522 <em>Subsurface</em> desktop application, enter the credentials here.</p></div>
    523 <div class="paragraph"><p>You can also create a new cloud storage account from your mobile device.</p></div>
    524 <div class="sect3">
    525 <h4 id="_using_the_desktop_version_of_em_subsurface_em">3.2.1. Using the desktop version of <em>Subsurface</em>:</h4>
    526 <div class="paragraph"><p>Open the desktop version of <em>Subsurface</em> and
    527 click <em>File   &#8594;  Preferences  &#8594; Network</em>, explained in detail in the
    528 <a href="https://subsurface-divelog.org/documentation/subsurface-4-user-manual/#_create_a_cloud_storage_account">user
    529 manual for the <em>Subsurface</em> desktop version</a>. Once the account has
    530 been created and verified using the desktop version,
    531 <em>Subsurface</em> desktop alows you to download dive information from dive computers and store this
    532 on the cloud which can, in turn, be downloaded to <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>. <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>
    533 attempts to download the existing dive log from the <em>Subsurface</em> cloud
    534 server. Appropriate messages are shown onscreen. Finally a list of dives is shown.</p></div>
    535 <div class="paragraph"><p>Once the dive list has been downloaded from the Internet,
    536 <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> keeps a local copy on the mobile device. This means that
    537 even if there is no Internet connection at a dive site, you can still access
    538 the local copy and view and manipulate dive information. If there is
    539 Internet connectivity, <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> accesses the cloud-based dive log
    540 to verify that the local copy is still the same as the Internet-stored
    541 copy. If not, the local copy and the copy on the server are synchronised.</p></div>
    542 <div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    543 <div class="content">
    544 <img src="mobile-images/Credentials.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Mobile landing screen" />
    545 </div>
    546 </div>
    547 </div>
    548 <div class="sect3">
    549 <h4 id="_using_em_subsurface_mobile_em">3.2.2. Using <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>:</h4>
     524<div class="paragraph"><p>A free Internet cloud storage account can be used for storing dive log
     525information. This cloud storage account can be created either from
     526<em>Subsurface</em> on the desktop or <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> using a mobile device; in
     527fact, you can do full maintenance of a dive log from <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>
     528alone. On the other hand, if you share credentials between
     529<em>Subsurface-mobile</em> and <em>Subsurface</em> for desktop, through the <em>Subsurface</em>
     530cloud storage your dive log can be shared by both devices.</p></div>
     531<div class="paragraph"><p>The dive data are cached both on the mobile device as well as on the desktop
     532- it is easy to create backups of the data (for example in XML format) on
     533the desktop, and both mobile device and desktop keep a local copy of the
     534data so that the dive log is always accessible, even without Internet
     535connection. The Subsurface team never accesses a user&#8217;s dive data without
     536explicit permission to do so, the data are not used for any purpose other
     537than providing them to the user who created them. There are no ads and no
     538harvesting / analysis of the data stored in the Subsurface cloud storage.</p></div>
    550539<div class="paragraph"><p>Enter an e-mail address and a password in the fields indicated on the
    551 screen.  The e-mail should be in lower case and the password should contain
    552 a combination of letters from the alphabet (upper and lower case) and/or
    553 numbers. When entering a password, it is possible to check a checkbox that
    554 enables the text of the password to be shown (image on left, above). At this
    555 stage, the red message "Cannot connect to cloud storage" appears on the
    556 screen.  This is normal because a valid PIN has not yet been provided (image
    557 on left, above).</p></div>
    558 <div class="paragraph"><p>Tap the Disk (Save) icon at the bottom of the screen. A PIN is sent to the
    559 e-mail address provided.</p></div>
    560 <div class="paragraph"><p>Enter the PIN into the field indicated and tap the <em>Save</em> icon again. The
    561 user information is stored on the cloud server and access to the cloud is
    562 enabled.</p></div>
    563 <div class="paragraph"><p>The dive list is initially empty. Start entering dives in the dive log or
    564 download dive information from either a <em>Subsurface</em> cloud storage account
    565 or from a dive computer.</p></div>
    566 </div>
     540screen.  The e-mail address should be in lower case and the password should
     541contain a combination of letters from the alphabet (upper and lower case)
     542and/or numbers.  Tap the "Sign-in or Register" button. If you have already
     543set up an account from the <em>Subsurface</em> desktop application, enter the same
     544credentials here.  Once the dive list has been downloaded from the cloud,
     545<em>Subsurface-mobile</em> usually works only with the the local copy on the mobile
     546device. This avoids long delays or even failure of operations if there is a
     547bad (or no) internet connection, a situation fairly common at many dive
     548sites.</p></div>
     549<div class="paragraph"><p>If this is a new account, a PIN screen will open (see image on right,
     550above). A PIN is e-mailed to the email address entered in the previous
     551step. Enter this PIN into the field indicated and tap the <em>Register</em>
     552button. The user information is stored on the cloud server and access to the
     553cloud is enabled. In this case the dive list is initially empty. Start
     554entering dives in the dive log or download dive information from a supported
     555dive computer.</p></div>
     556<div class="paragraph"><p>The dive log can be updated automatically. If there is Internet
     557connectivity, <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> accesses the cloud-based dive log to
     558verify that the local copy of the dive log is still the same as the log in
     559the cloud server. If not, the local copy and the copy on the server are
     560synchronized.</p></div>
     561</div>
     562<div class="sect2">
     563<h3 id="_changing_the_existing_login_credentials_on_the_em_subsurface_em_cloud">3.3. Changing the existing login credentials on the <em>Subsurface</em> cloud</h3>
     564<div class="paragraph"><p>The login credentials can be changed, for an example in order to work with
     565multiple accounts. See the section on <a href="#S_ChangeCloudAccount">Changing to
     566a different <em>Subsurface</em> cloud account</a>.</p></div>
    567567</div>
    568568</div>
     
    572572<div class="sectionbody">
    573573<div class="paragraph"><p>At the bottom of many Subsurface-mobile screens is a round button that
    574 provides for several actions and which allows the selection of the main
    575 affirmative action (see image above and image below).  On Android devices,
    576 use the Android Back button for "cancel", "discard" or "back" actions. For
    577 example, when editing dive information, tapping the action button saves the
    578 changes while the Android back button can be used to cancel the edit without
    579 saving changes.</p></div>
     574provides for several actions (see image below). The most common choice is
     575indicated in a round colored <em>action button</em> (in the case below, edit a
     576dive). Alternative actions are indicated in a white <em>action bar</em>.  On
     577Android devices, use the Android Back button for "cancel", "discard" or
     578"back" actions. For example, when editing dive information, tapping the
     579action button saves the changes while the Android back button can be used to
     580cancel the edit without saving changes.</p></div>
    580581<div class="paragraph"><p>On iOS devices, on screens where a "back" action is enabled, a back arrow is
    581582shown in the top left corner of the screen.</p></div>
    582583<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    583584<div class="content">
    584 <img src="mobile-images/actionbutton.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Action Button" />
     585<img src="mobile-images/Actionbutton.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Action Button" />
    585586</div>
    586587</div>
     
    611612<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    612613<div class="content">
    613 <img src="mobile-images/MainMenu2.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Dive management subpanel" />
    614 </div>
    615 </div>
    616 <div class="paragraph"><p>The images above indicate some of the important features of the menu
     614<img src="mobile-images/Menusystem.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Dive management sub-panel" />
     615</div>
     616</div>
     617<div class="paragraph"><p>The image above indicates some of the important features of the menu
    617618system.  On the left is the main menu, activated as described above. On the
    618 right, above, is a representation of the menu items of all the submenus
    619 accessible from the main menu: the main menu items are shown on the left
    620 while the submenu contents are shown on a blue background on the right.</p></div>
     619right of the image are the items of all the submenus accessible.</p></div>
    621620<div class="paragraph"><p>All screenshots in this user manual are currently from the Android
    622621version. As indicated earlier, the iOS version currently doesn&#8217;t support
     
    625624</div>
    626625<div class="sect1">
    627 <h2 id="_viewing_the_dive_list">5. Viewing the Dive List</h2>
     626<h2 id="_the_dive_list">5. The Dive List</h2>
    628627<div class="sectionbody">
    629628<div class="paragraph"><p>Most of the actions of <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> center around the dives on the
    630629dive list. While the dive list is loading from the cloud, a message appears
    631 at the bottom of the screen, indicating that the cloud is being
    632 accessed. Once the list is loaded you can scroll up and down.  Tapping a
    633 dive on the list brings up a display of <em>Details View</em> for that dive (see
    634 image on right below). This includes the dive profile as well as additional
    635 information and notes.</p></div>
    636 <div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    637 <div class="content">
    638 <img src="mobile-images/DiveList.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Dive list screen" />
     630at the bottom of the screen, indicating that the cloud is being accessed,
     631after which the dive list is shown. Once the list is loaded you can scroll
     632up and down.  To upload dives from a dive computer, tap the blue action
     633button. If you wish to add a dive manually, tap the + button in the action
     634bar (described below).  Tapping an existing dive on the list brings up a
     635display of <em>Details View</em> for that dive (see image on right below). This
     636includes the dive profile as well as additional information and notes.</p></div>
     637<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
     638<div class="content">
     639<img src="mobile-images/Divelist2.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Dive list screen" />
    639640</div>
    640641</div>
     
    649650<h2 id="S_Edit_Dive">6. Editing dive details</h2>
    650651<div class="sectionbody">
    651 <div class="paragraph"><p>At the bottom of the dive details screen the <em>Action Button</em> contains a
    652 pencil (image on right, above).  Tapping the pencil button brings up a panel
    653 with edit boxes that allows you to change the existing dive information,
     652<div class="paragraph"><p>At the bottom of the dive details screen the action button is a pencil
     653(image on right, above).  Tapping the pencil button changes the page and
     654enables edit boxes that allow modifying the existing dive information,
    654655e.g. adding text to the dive notes or changing the names or values of some
    655656of the information (see image below).  It may be necessary to scroll the
    656657window to access all the information.  At the bottom of the edit screen is a
    657 <em>Save</em> action button. Tap this to save the new information. Having saved the
    658 data, the dive list screen is updated and shown. To cancel any edits, tap
    659 the Android Back Button or swipe the edit screen up (fling it away).</p></div>
    660 <div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    661 <div class="content">
    662 <img src="mobile-images/EditDive.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Dive edit screen" />
    663 </div>
    664 </div>
    665 </div>
    666 </div>
    667 <div class="sect1">
    668 <h2 id="S_Add_Dive">7. Adding a new dive to the dive list</h2>
    669 <div class="sectionbody">
    670 <div class="paragraph"><p>You can manually add a dive to the existing dive list. On the dive list tap
    671 the "plus" sign in the <em>Action Button</em>, or use the main menu and tap <em>Manage
     658<em>Save</em> action button. Tap this to save the new information, after which the
     659dive list screen is updated and shown. To cancel any edits, tap the Android
     660<em>Back</em> Button.</p></div>
     661<div class="paragraph"><p>When the virtual keyboard is shown, to avoid screen clutter, the action
     662button is hidden.  Once you close the keyboard it is drawn again.</p></div>
     663<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
     664<div class="content">
     665<img src="mobile-images/Editdive.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Dive edit screen" />
     666</div>
     667</div>
     668</div>
     669</div>
     670<div class="sect1">
     671<h2 id="S_Add_Dive">7. Manually adding a new dive to the dive list</h2>
     672<div class="sectionbody">
     673<div class="paragraph"><p>One can manually add a dive to the existing dive list. On the dive list tap
     674the "plus" sign in the action bar, or use the main menu and tap <em>Manage
    672675dives &#8594; Add dive manually</em>. This opens a screen that is identical to the
    673676editing screen discussed above. When a dive is added manually, you cannot
     
    681684<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    682685<div class="content">
    683 <img src="mobile-images/ManuallyEnterDive.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Manual dive entry screen" />
     686<img src="mobile-images/Manualdive.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Manual dive entry screen" />
    684687</div>
    685688</div>
     
    698701</div>
    699702</div>
    700 <div class="paragraph"><p>You can also delete a dive from the dive list by long-pressing a specific
    701 dive until a red dustbin appears on the right-hand side (see image
    702 below). Tap the dustbin. The dive is deleted without asking any confirmation
    703 because <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> assumes that the combination of a long tap on
    704 the dive with another tap on the red dustbin is an unambiguous instruction
    705 to delete the dive.</p></div>
     703<div class="paragraph"><p>You can also delete a dive from the dive list by long-pressing a dive until
     704a red dustbin appears on the right-hand side (see image below). Tap the
     705dustbin. The dive is deleted without asking any confirmation because
     706<em>Subsurface-mobile</em> assumes that the combination of a long tap on the dive
     707with another tap on the red dustbin is an unambiguous instruction to delete
     708the dive.</p></div>
    706709<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    707710<div class="content">
     
    712715</div>
    713716<div class="sect1">
    714 <h2 id="_download_dives_from_a_dive_computer">9. Download dives from a dive computer</h2>
     717<h2 id="S_Download">9. Download dives from a dive computer</h2>
    715718<div class="sectionbody">
    716719<div class="paragraph"><p>Download of dives is possible from dive computers with a FTDI USB interface,
    717 or with a Bluetooth interface.</p></div>
     720or with a Bluetooth/BTLE interface.</p></div>
    718721<div class="paragraph"><p>First, establish a link between the dive computer and the mobile device.</p></div>
    719722<div class="paragraph"><p>For USB dive computers, USB cables "normally" used for uploading dives to a
    720 desktop/laptop computer do NOT work: these cables often have a full-sized
    721 male USB plug on one end which plugs into the USB port of a desktop/laptop
    722 computer. For downloads to a mobile device one needs a USB OTG (USB
    723 On-The-Go) cable. In most cases it is required to plug the USB cable
    724 "normally" used with the dive computer into a USB OTG cable which, in turn,
    725 plugs into the mini-USB receptacle of the mobile device. The OTG cable often
    726 has a full-size female receptacle at one end which accommodates the
    727 full-sized male plug of the USB cable "normally" used (see image
    728 below). This means that two cables are used to connect the dive computer to
    729 the mobile device.</p></div>
     723desktop/laptop computer do NOT work: these cables usually have a full-sized
     724("Type A") male USB plug on one end which plugs into the USB port of a
     725desktop/laptop computer. For downloads to a mobile device one needs a USB
     726OTG (USB On-The-Go) cable. In most cases it is required to plug the USB
     727cable "normally" used with the dive computer into a USB OTG cable which, in
     728turn, plugs into the mini-USB (or sometimes a USB "Type C")  receptacle of
     729the mobile device. The OTG cable usually has a full-size ("Type A") female
     730receptacle at one end which accommodates the full-sized male plug of the USB
     731cable "normally" used (see image below). This means that two cables are used
     732to connect the dive computer to the mobile device.</p></div>
     733<div class="paragraph"><p>Please note that not all Android devices support OTG cables. And even on
     734some devices that do support those cables in general, <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>
     735still in some cases cannot access a dive computer through a serial port.</p></div>
    730736<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    731737<div class="content">
     
    735741<div class="paragraph"><p>For Bluetooth-equipped dive computers, establish a Bluetooth connection
    736742between the dive computer and the mobile device. Use the tools on the mobile
    737 device to achieve this. For of Android mobile devices, the Settings &#8594;
    738 Bluetooth tool is probably appropriate. Ensure pairing of the dive computer
    739 and mobile device.  <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> performs communication using both
    740 Bluetooth and Bluetooth-low-energy (BTLE).  The appropriate choice of
    741 Bluetooth communication is made by the software and the user need not be
    742 concerned with this.</p></div>
    743 <div class="paragraph"><p>With propper communication between dive computer and <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>
    744 having been set up, dive download is simple.  From the main menu, tap
    745 <em>Manage dives &#8594; Download from DC</em>. A screen is shown requiring that the
    746 user specify the names of the vendor and model of the dive computer. For
    747 instance, when using a Shearwater Petrel 2 dive computer, the vendor is
    748 <em>Shearwater</em> and the Dive computer name is <em>Petrel 2</em>. From the two dropdown
    749 lists at the top of the screen, select the correct vendor and dive computer
    750 names (see image on the left, below). If using a dive computer using a
    751 Bluetooth connection, then tap the check box labelled <em>Bluetooth download</em>.</p></div>
    752 <div class="paragraph"><p>Now tap the button labled <em>DOWNLOAD</em>. The downloaded dives appear in the
     743device to achieve pairing between the Bluetooth dice computer and the mobile
     744device. For of Android devices, the Settings &#8594; Bluetooth tool is probably
     745appropriate. Ensure pairing of the dive computer and mobile device.
     746<em>Subsurface-mobile</em> performs communication using both Bluetooth and
     747Bluetooth-low-energy (BTLE).  The appropriate choice of Bluetooth
     748communication is made by the software and the user need not be concerned
     749with this.</p></div>
     750<div class="paragraph"><p>With pairing between dive computer and <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> having been set
     751up, dive download is simple.  From the main menu, tap <em>Manage dives &#8594;
     752Download from DC</em>. A screen is shown requiring that the user specify the
     753names of the vendor and model of the dive computer. For instance, when using
     754a Shearwater Petrel 2 dive computer, the vendor is <em>Shearwater</em> and the Dive
     755computer name is <em>Petrel 2</em>. From the two dropdown lists at the top of the
     756screen, select the correct vendor and dive computer names (see image on the
     757left, below).</p></div>
     758<div class="paragraph"><p>Now tap the button labeled <em>Download</em>. The downloaded dives appear in the
    753759bottom part of the screen, the most recent dive at the top (see image on
    754 right, below). Be patient because the download can sometimes take a few
    755 mimnutes.  Each dive has a check-box on the left hand side, used for
    756 selecting which dives need to be added to the <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> dive list:
    757 dives that are not checked are ignored. With the appropriate downloaded
    758 dives having been checked, tap the button at the bottom left labled
    759 <em>ACCEPT</em>. All the selected dives appear on the <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> dive
    760 list. The downloaded dive information can now be edited as described in the
    761 section above <a href="#S_Edit_Dive">Edit a dive</a>.</p></div>
     760right, below). Be patient because the download can take a few minutes.  As a
     761matter of fact, a complete first download from some dive computers has been
     762shown to take 45 minutes and longer.</p></div>
     763<div class="paragraph"><p>After the download, each dive has a check-box on the left hand side, used
     764for selecting which dives you want to be added to the <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>
     765dive list: dives that are not checked are ignored. With the appropriate
     766downloaded dives having been checked, tap the button at the bottom left
     767labeled <em>Accept</em>. All the selected dives appear on the <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>
     768dive list. The downloaded dive information can now be edited as described in
     769the section above <a href="#S_Edit_Dive">Edit a dive</a>.</p></div>
    762770<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    763771<div class="content">
     
    770778<h2 id="_viewing_the_dive_location_on_google_maps">10. Viewing the dive location on Google Maps</h2>
    771779<div class="sectionbody">
    772 <div class="paragraph"><p>The site of a specific dive can be viewed in two ways using the <em>Details
    773 View</em>.  The Action Bar at the bottom has a GPS pin on the left hand
    774 side. Tap that pin and the dive site is shown in Google Maps. Close Google
    775 Maps by using the Android <em>Back</em> button.</p></div>
     780<div class="paragraph"><p>In the <em>Details View</em>, the Action Bar at the bottom has a GPS pin on the
     781left hand side. Tap that pin and the dive site is shown in Google
     782Maps. Close Google Maps by using the Android <em>Back</em> button.</p></div>
    776783<div class="paragraph"><p>Alternatively, the <em>Details View</em> has a button at the top right hand marked
    777 <em>Map it</em>. Tap this button to open Google Maps showing the dive site.</p></div>
     784<em>Map it</em>. Tap this button to open Google Maps showing the dive site (image
     785below).  Afterwards, use the Android <em>Back</em> button to return to
     786<em>Subsurface-mobile</em>.</p></div>
    778787<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    779788<div class="content">
     
    788797<div class="paragraph"><p>A central part of <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> is the ability to store the dive log
    789798using the <em>Subsurface</em> cloud storage.  This provides security against loss
    790 or damage to the dive information contained in a local copy of the dive log
    791 and allows the desktop version of <em>Subsurface</em> to access changes made using
    792 the mobile device. This ability is accessed through the main menu (by
    793 dragging the Action Button to the right, or alternatively tapping the
    794 "Hamburger" icon at the bottom left of the screen).  Tap the option <em>Manage
    795 dives</em>, enabling a number of options:</p></div>
     799or damage to the dive information in a local copy and allows the desktop
     800version of <em>Subsurface</em> to access changes made using the mobile device. This
     801ability is accessed through the main menu (by dragging the Action Button to
     802the right, or by tapping the "Hamburger" icon at the bottom left of the
     803screen).  Tap the option <em>Dive management</em>, enabling a number of options:</p></div>
    796804<div class="sect2">
    797805<h3 id="_add_new_dive_manually">11.1. Add new dive manually</h3>
    798806<div class="paragraph"><p>This is described above under the section dealing with
    799 <a href="#S_Add_Dive">Adding a new dive to the dive list</a>.</p></div>
    800 </div>
    801 <div class="sect2">
    802 <h3 id="_sync_the_dive_log_with_the_em_subsurface_em_cloud_storage">11.2. Sync the dive log with the <em>Subsurface</em> cloud storage</h3>
     807<a href="#S_Add_Dive">Manually adding a new dive to the dive list</a>.</p></div>
     808</div>
     809<div class="sect2">
     810<h3 id="_download_from_dc">11.2. Download from DC</h3>
     811<div class="paragraph"><p>This is described above under the section dealing with
     812<a href="#S_Download">Download dives from a dive computer</a>.</p></div>
     813</div>
     814<div class="sect2">
     815<h3 id="_apply_gps_fixes">11.3. Apply GPS fixes</h3>
     816<div class="paragraph"><p>This is described in the following main section, below.</p></div>
     817</div>
     818<div class="sect2">
     819<h3 id="_manually_sync_the_dive_log_with_the_em_subsurface_em_cloud_storage">11.4. Manually sync the dive log with the <em>Subsurface</em> cloud storage</h3>
    803820<div class="paragraph"><p>Upload the dives contained on the mobile device to the <em>Subsurface</em> cloud
    804821storage by tapping the option <em>Manual sync with cloud</em>.  This synchronizes
    805822the local changes to the dive log with the cloud storage. It also downloads
    806823changes made to the dive log using another device or computer and stored in
    807 cloud storage.</p></div>
    808 </div>
    809 <div class="sect2">
    810 <h3 id="_working_offline_or_online">11.3. Working offline or online</h3>
     824shared cloud storage.</p></div>
     825</div>
     826<div class="sect2">
     827<h3 id="_enable_cloud_auto_sync">11.5. Enable cloud auto sync</h3>
    811828<div class="paragraph"><p>By default <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> runs offline and only syncs the dive list
    812 with cloud storage when explicily told to do so (see above).  You can choose
    813 to always sync with the cloud servers after every modification of the dive
    814 list. This is not recommended unless you are in an area with fast and
     829with cloud storage when explicitly told to do so (see above).  You can
     830choose to always sync with the cloud servers after every modification of the
     831dive list. This is not recommended unless you are in an area with fast and
    815832reliable internet connection, as otherwise <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> might appear
    816 to hang between operations as it tries to connect to the cloud server.</p></div>
    817 </div>
    818 <div class="sect2">
    819 <h3 id="_changing_the_login_credentials_on_the_em_subsurface_em_cloud">11.4. Changing the login credentials on the <em>Subsurface</em> cloud</h3>
    820 <div class="paragraph"><p>The login credentials (for example to work with multiple accounts) can be
    821 changed by opening the main menu and by tapping <em>Settings &#8594; Cloud
    822 credentials</em>. This opens the screen for specifying new credentials.</p></div>
    823 </div>
    824 <div class="sect2">
    825 <h3 id="_changing_the_colour_scheme_of_em_subsurface_mobile_em">11.5. Changing the colour scheme of <em>Subsurface-mobile</em></h3>
    826 <div class="paragraph"><p><em>Subsurface-mobile</em> has three colour schemes to please users with different
    827 tastes. This user manual shows the default colour scheme, comprising blue
    828 colours. Change to a pink or a dark colour scheme by opening the main menu
    829 and tap Settings &#8594; Preferences. This opens the Preferences screen that
    830 includes the three colour schemes (see image below).</p></div>
    831 <div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    832 <div class="content">
    833 <img src="mobile-images/ColourSchemes.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Colour scheme setup screen" />
    834 </div>
    835 </div>
     833to hang between operations as it tries to connect to the cloud
     834server. Selecting <em>Enable cloud auto sync</em> causes the local dive log to be
     835synchronized with the copy in the cloud every time that <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>
     836is closed. This option is a switch that allows auto sync to be either
     837activated or to be switched off.</p></div>
    836838</div>
    837839</div>
     
    841843<div class="sectionbody">
    842844<div class="paragraph"><p>The fact that most smartphones have GPS facilities allows
    843 <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> on Android to record the locations of dives. You can
    844 take the smartphone on the dive boat during a dive and locations will be
     845<em>Subsurface-mobile</em> on Android to record the locations of dives. If the
     846smartphone is taken on the dive boat during a dive, locations will be
    845847automatically recorded at regular intervals.  These locations can then be
    846848applied to dives in the dive list. Here is how it&#8217;s done:</p></div>
    847849<div class="sect2">
    848 <h3 id="_setting_up_the_gps">12.1. Setting up the GPS</h3>
    849 <div class="paragraph"><p>Open the main menu and tap <em>GPS &#8594; Preferences</em>. Now specify the way in
    850 which GPS data need to be automatically collected (image above). Data are
    851 collected at regular intervals, e.g. every 5 minutes, or at regular
    852 distances, e.g. after the boat has moved more than 200m, or a combination of
    853 both of these approaches. Provide the appropriate information and tap the
    854 <em>Save</em> action button. The program is now ready to collect GPS positions.</p></div>
     850<h3 id="S_ConfigureGPS">12.1. Configuring the GPS service</h3>
     851<div class="paragraph"><p>From the Main menu, select <em>Settings</em>. The Settings screen has a section for
     852configuring the GPS service (image below). GPS location data are collected
     853at regular intervals, e.g. every 5 minutes, or at regular distances,
     854e.g. after the boat has moved more than 200m, or a combination of both of
     855these approaches. Provide the appropriate information and tap the Android
     856<em>Back</em> button. The program is now ready to collect GPS positions.</p></div>
     857<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
     858<div class="content">
     859<img src="mobile-images/GPS-config.jpg" alt="FIGURE: GPS configure" />
     860</div>
     861</div>
    855862</div>
    856863<div class="sect2">
    857864<h3 id="_collecting_gps_positions">12.2. Collecting GPS positions</h3>
    858 <div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    859 <div class="content">
    860 <img src="mobile-images/Mainmenu.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Main menu" />
    861 </div>
    862 </div>
    863 <div class="paragraph"><p>Ensure that the GPS on the Android device has been activated. At the bottom
    864 of the GPS submenu is a check box <em>Run location service</em> (image above).
    865 Check this box and <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> starts to collect GPS locations
    866 automatically, following the preferences specified as described above. After
    867 return from the dive trip you can deactivate the collection of GPS data by
    868 de-activating the same check box at the bottom of the main menu.</p></div>
     865<div class="paragraph"><p>Ensure that the GPS on the Android device has been activated.  Open the Main
     866Menu and select <em>GPS &#8594; Run location service</em>. This activates the recording
     867of GPS locations.</p></div>
     868<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
     869<div class="content">
     870<img src="mobile-images/GPSstart.jpg" alt="FIGURE: GPS start" />
     871</div>
     872</div>
     873<div class="paragraph"><p><em>Subsurface-mobile</em> starts to collect GPS locations automatically, following
     874the preferences specified as described above. While the GPS location service
     875is running, all menus have a GPS symbol at the bottom of the menu,
     876indicating that the service is active. After return from the dive trip,
     877deactivate the collection of GPS data by tapping the option <em>Disable
     878location service</em>. The GPS symbol at the bottom of all manus disappears.</p></div>
    869879</div>
    870880<div class="sect2">
     
    879889<h3 id="_downloading_gps_data_from_the_em_subsurface_em_cloud">12.4. Downloading GPS data from the <em>Subsurface</em> cloud</h3>
    880890<div class="paragraph"><p>Download the GPS data that have been saved on the cloud (possibly by a
    881 different device) by selecting <em>Download GPS Data</em> from the GPS subpanel.</p></div>
     891different device) by selecting <em>Download GPS Data</em> from the GPS sub-panel.</p></div>
    882892</div>
    883893<div class="sect2">
    884894<h3 id="_viewing_gps_data">12.5. Viewing GPS data</h3>
    885895<div class="paragraph"><p>From the GPS submenu select <em>Show GPS fixes</em>. This brings up a list of GPS
    886 positions obtained using the location service (image on left, below). Two
    887 actions are possible for each of the locations, enabled if you tap the
    888 handle (the three horisontal stripes on the right, see image on left, below)
    889 and then drags the specific item to the left (image on right, below). This
    890 exposes two options. Tapping the dustbin deletes this particular GPS
    891 location. Tapping the teardrop-shaped icon (actually a Google Maps pin)
    892 opens up Google Maps with a pin indicating the exact map position of the GPS
    893 record being viewed. The two above options can be hidden by drawing the GPS
    894 record to the right, again using the handle.</p></div>
     896positions obtained by the location service (image below). Two actions are
     897possible for each of the locations, enabled by dragging the handle (the
     898dotted matrix on the right below) to the left. This exposes two
     899options. Tapping the dustbin deletes this particular GPS location. Tapping
     900the teardrop-shaped icon (actually a Google Maps pin) opens up Google Maps
     901with a pin indicating the exact map position of the GPS record being
     902viewed. The two above options can be hidden by drawing the GPS record to the
     903right, again using the handle.</p></div>
    895904<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
    896905<div class="content">
     
    902911<h3 id="_applying_gps_data_to_dives_in_the_dive_log">12.6. Applying GPS data to dives in the dive log</h3>
    903912<div class="paragraph"><p>Assuming that all the dives have been entered into the dive log or have been
    904 downloaded from the <em>Subsurface</em> cloud, you can apply the GPS positions to
    905 these dives. GPS positions can therefore only be applied to dives in the
    906 dive list.  From the GPS subpanel, tap <em>GPS-tag dives</em>. The dive list
    907 contains the start and end times of each dive. Now, <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>
     913downloaded from the <em>Subsurface</em> cloud, apply the GPS positions to these
     914dives. GPS positions can therefore only be applied to dives in the dive
     915list.  From the <em>Dive management</em> sub-panel, tap <em>Apply GPS fixes</em>. The dive
     916list contains the start and end times of each dive. Now, <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>
    908917applies the first GPS position that falls within the dive period of each
    909918dive. This results in a GPS position for each dive that is saved as part of
    910919the dive log.</p></div>
     920</div>
     921</div>
     922</div>
     923<div class="sect1">
     924<h2 id="_utilisation_des_paramètres_pour_em_subsurface_mobile_em">13. Utilisation des paramètres pour <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>.</h2>
     925<div class="sectionbody">
     926<div class="paragraph"><p>The Settings screen allows the customization of <em>Subsurface-mobile</em>. Many of
     927the settings involve dragging a slider switch to activate or deactivate a
     928particular setting.</p></div>
     929<div class="sect2">
     930<h3 id="S_ChangeCloudAccount">13.1. Changing to a different <em>Subsurface</em> cloud account</h3>
     931<div class="paragraph"><p>Some users have more than one <em>Subsurface</em> cloud account and with a need to
     932switch between accounts. Tap <em>Settings</em> on the Main menu and scroll to the
     933section titled <em>Cloud status</em> (see image below).  Tap the <em>Change</em>
     934button. This opens the <em>Cloud credentials</em> screen.  change the credential
     935information, then tap the button <em>Sign-in or register</em>. The appropriate dive
     936list is shown.</p></div>
     937<div class="imageblock" style="text-align:center;">
     938<div class="content">
     939<img src="mobile-images/SettingsCloudTheme.jpg" alt="FIGURE: Settings: Cloud & Theme" />
     940</div>
     941</div>
     942</div>
     943<div class="sect2">
     944<h3 id="_changing_the_color_theme_of_em_subsurface_mobile_em">13.2. Changing the color theme of <em>Subsurface-mobile</em></h3>
     945<div class="paragraph"><p><em>Subsurface-mobile</em> has three color schemes to please users with different
     946tastes. This user manual shows the default color scheme, comprising blue
     947colors. Change to a pink or a dark color scheme by opening the main menu,
     948tap <em>Settings</em>, and scroll to the section with heading <em>Theme</em> (see image
     949above).  Select the appropriate color theme by dragging the appropriate
     950slider on the righthand.</p></div>
     951</div>
     952<div class="sect2">
     953<h3 id="_configuring_the_gps_webservice">13.3. Configuring the GPS webservice</h3>
     954<div class="paragraph"><p>The Settings screen allows one to set up the way in which GPS positions are
     955collected during dives. See the section on <a href="#S_ConfigureGPS">Configuring
     956the GPS service</a>.</p></div>
     957</div>
     958<div class="sect2">
     959<h3 id="_saving_a_detailed_dive_computer_dive_log">13.4. Saving a detailed dive computer dive log</h3>
     960<div class="paragraph"><p>Under the heading <em>Dive computer</em>, you will find a switch to save a detailed
     961log each time dives are downloaded from a dive computer. This is important
     962for solving problems in downloading dives from the dive computer. When
     963contacting the developers with download problems, you will usually be asked
     964to provide the information in this log, which can be found in the root
     965folder of your local storage device as <code>libdivecomputer.log</code>. In the same
     966location you can also find a <code>subsurfacel.log</code> which is always created and
     967which include more information which can be helpful when debugging problems
     968with Subsurface-mobile.</p></div>
     969</div>
     970<div class="sect2">
     971<h3 id="_activating_the_developer_submenu">13.5. Activating the Developer submenu</h3>
     972<div class="paragraph"><p>The information in subsurface.log plus some additional information for
     973understanding the screen rendering of dive information as well as the way in
     974which <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> processed information during a specific occasion
     975while running the app (see section below) is available through a <em>Developer</em>
     976menu at run time. Activate (or deactivate) this menu item on the Main Menu
     977by dragging the slider switch in the Settings screen.</p></div>
     978</div>
     979</div>
     980</div>
     981<div class="sect1">
     982<h2 id="_developer_submenu">14. Developer submenu</h2>
     983<div class="sectionbody">
     984<div class="paragraph"><p>If the Developer submenu has been activated in the Settings screen, the Main
     985menu has a <em>Developer</em> item. By tapping this one has two options that are
     986relevant within the context of program development and debugging.</p></div>
     987<div class="sect2">
     988<h3 id="_app_log">14.1. App log</h3>
     989<div class="paragraph"><p>This option shows the messages that <em>Subsurface-mobile</em> generates while
     990running. While most users are not aware of these messages, they are often
     991crucial in detecting any abnormal behavior of the app. The App log can be
     992found in the root directory of the local storage of the mobile device.</p></div>
     993</div>
     994<div class="sect2">
     995<h3 id="_theme_information">14.2. Theme information</h3>
     996<div class="paragraph"><p>This option provides a wealth of information about the screen
     997characteristics of the mobile device and the font characteristics used by
     998<em>Subsurface-mobile</em>.</p></div>
    911999</div>
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    99[big]#MANUEL UTILISATEUR de Subsurface-mobile#
     
    1111*Auteurs du manuel* : Willem Ferguson, Dirk Hohndel
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    13 toc::[]
    14 
    15 [blue]#_Version 2, juillet 2017_#
    16 
    17 Welcome as a user of _Subsurface_, advanced dive logging software with
    18 extensive infrastructure to describe, organize, interpret and print scuba
    19 and free dives. _Subsurface_ offers many advantages over other similar
    20 software solutions, including compatibility with Windows, Mac-OS/X, Linux
    21 (many distributions), Android and iOS. In addition, _Subsurface_ is
    22 open-source software that allows downloading dive information from most dive
    23 computers.
     13
     14[blue]#_Version 2, octobre 2017_#
     15
     16Welcome as a user of _Subsurface_ and _Subsurface-mobile_, advanced dive
     17logging software with extensive infrastructure to describe, organize, and
     18interpret scuba and free dives. _Subsurface_ offers many advantages over
     19other similar software solutions, including compatibility with Windows,
     20Mac-OS/X, Linux (many distributions), Android and iOS. In addition,
     21_Subsurface_ is open-source software that allows downloading dive
     22information from many dive computers.
    2423
    2524Présentation de Subsurface-mobile
    2625---------------------------------
    2726
    28 _Subsurface-mobile_ est une extension de _Subsurface_ qui fonctionne sur les
    29 smartphones Android et iOS et sur les tablettes. C'est un outil pour
    30 visualiser et partager des informations de plongées sur des sites de
    31 plongées où un ordinateur n'est pas utile. _Subsurface-mobile_ permet
    32 également de collecter des positions GPS où sont effectuées les
     27_Subsurface-mobile_ est une version mobile limitée de _Subsurface_ qui vise
     28les smartphones Android et iOS et sur les tablettes, qui permet de
     29visualiser, entrer, partager et stocker des informations de plongées sur les
     30sites de plongées où un ordinateur n'est pas utile. Alors que la version de
     31_Subsurface_ pour ordinateur affiche bien plus d'informations détaillées
     32pour chaque plongée, la version mobile permet un accès facilité lors sur un
     33voyage de plongées, utile pour prouver une experience de plongées aux clubs
     34ou pour revoir les plongées précédentes. _Subsurface-mobile_ pour Android
     35permet également de collecter des positions GPS où sont effectuées les
    3336plongées. (Subsurface-mobile pour iOS ne supporte pas toutes les fonctions
    3437pour le moment).
    3538
    36 _Subsurface-mobile_ allows you to enter and save dive information using a
    37 mobile device. Users of _Subsurface-mobile_ typically use the mobile app as
    38 an extension to the laptop/desktop version of _Subsurface_ that allows the
    39 storage of dive logs on the Internet and sharing them between the mobile and
    40 the desktop versions. But _Subsurface-mobile_ can also be used independently
    41 of _Subsurface_ and does not require the use of cloud storage.  While the
    42 desktop version of _Subsurface_ shows much more detailed information for
    43 each dive, the mobile version allows a more accessible dive log on a dive
    44 trip, useful for proving dive experience to dive shops or to review previous
    45 dives.
    46 
    47 _Subsurface-mobile_ allows you to:
    48 
    49 - Download existing dive log information from the Internet.
    50 - View this information on a mobile device.
    51 - Edit many of the dive log data fields, e.g. divemaster, buddy, equipment or
    52   notes about a dive.
    53 - Manually create and add new dive records to your dive log.
    54 - Download dive data directly from many dive computers.
    55 - Store the updated dive log in the _Subsurface_ cloud storage.
    56 - Record, store and apply GPS positions of dives (Android only).
    57 - View the localities of recorded GPS positions and of dives on a map.
    58 
    59 These items are discussed in greater detail in the following text.
    60 _Subsurface-mobile_ does not yet support download of dive data from all the
    61 dive computers that the desktop/laptop version can: that still needs to be
    62 done using _Subsurface_ on a desktop or laptop computer. Only a subset of
    63 dive computers that use a FTDI USB interface or a Bluetooth/BTLE interface
    64 are accessible by _Subsurface-mobile_.
    65 
    66 == Installing _Subsurface-mobile_ on your mobile device
    67 
    68 Find _Subsurface-mobile_ in the _Google Play Store_ or the _iTunes Store_
    69 and install it.
    70 
    71 == Using _Subsurface-mobile_ for the first time
    72 
    73 Upon starting _Subsurface-mobile_ for the first time, a Subsurface splash
    74 screen is shown while the program loads. On some devices this may take
    75 several seconds. After loading, the _Cloud Credentials screen_ appears (see
    76 image below on left).
    77 
    78 Select whether _Subsurface-mobile_ should access the Internet for dive log
    79 information as follows:
     39Les utilisateurs de _Subsurface-mobile_ utilisent habituellement
     40l'application mobile en tant que compagnon de la version de _Subsurface_
     41pour ordinateur, partageant les informations de plongées entre les versions
     42mobile et de bureau. Cependant, _Subsurface-mobile_ peut également être
     43utilisée de façon indépendante de la version de bureau et ne requiert pas
     44l'utilisation du stockage cloud.
     45
     46_Subsurface-mobile_ permet de :
     47
     48- Télécharger et stocker les informations de plongées en utilisant le cloud
     49  _Subsurface_.
     50- Visualiser ces informations sur un périphérique nomade.
     51- Créer et ajouter manuellement de nouvelles plongées à votre carnet de
     52  plongées.
     53- Télécharger des données de plongées directement depuis plusieurs ordinateurs
     54  de plongées.
     55- Modifier de nombreux champs des données de plongées, comme le moniteur, le
     56  binôme, l'équipement ou les notes relatives à la plongée.
     57- Enregistrer, stocker et appliquer des positions GPS des plongées (Uniquement
     58  sous Android).
     59- Visualiser les positions des points GPS enregistrés et des plongées sur une
     60  carte.
     61
     62Ces points sont détaillés dans la suite du manuel. _Subsurface-mobile_ ne
     63supporte pas encore le téléchargement des données de plongées depuis tous
     64les ordinateurs de plongées que supporte la version de bureau. Seule une
     65partie des ordinateurs de plongées utilisant une interface USB FTDI ou une
     66interface Bluetooth/BTLE sont accessibles depuis  _Subsurface-mobile_.
     67
     68== Installer _Subsurface-mobile_  sur votre périphérique nomade
     69
     70Vous trouverez _Subsurface-mobile_  dans _Google Play Store_ ou sur _iTunes
     71Store_ d'où vous pourrez les installer. Veuillez boter que les deux
     72contiennent également l'ancienne application '_Subsurface_ companion'
     73(utilisée uniquement pour enregistrer les points GPS). Vérifiez que vous
     74installez bien  _Subsurface-mobile_.
     75
     76== Utiliser _Subsurface-mobile_ pour la première fois
     77
     78Lorsque vous exécutez _Subsurface-mobile_ pour la première fois, un écran
     79d'accueil Subsurface est affiché pendant le chargement. Sur certains
     80périphériques, cela peut prendre plusieurs secondes. Après le chargement,
     81l'_écran d'informations de connexion au cloud_ apparait (voir l'image
     82ci-dessous, à gauche).
     83
     84image::mobile-images/Credentials.jpg["FIGURE: Mobile credentials screen", align="center"]
    8085
    8186=== When NOT Using Cloud Storage
    82 Tap the striked-out cloud icon. The app will not access the _Subsurface_
     87Tap the "No cloud mode" button. The app will not access the _Subsurface_
    8388cloud storage server to obtain dive log information. This means that dive
    84 log information is stored on the mobile device only.
     89log information is stored on the mobile device only. If no dives have been
     90entered into the dive log yet (the usual case), then a an empty dive log is
     91created.
    8592
    8693=== Using Cloud Storage
    87 In order to use the _Subsurface_ cloud storage, an account on the cloud
    88 server is required. If you have already set up an account from the
    89 _Subsurface_ desktop application, enter the credentials here.
    90 
    91 You can also create a new cloud storage account from your mobile device.
    92 
    93 ==== Using the desktop version of _Subsurface_:
    94 
    95 Open the desktop version of _Subsurface_ and
    96 click _File   ->  Preferences  -> Network_, explained in detail in the
    97 https://subsurface-divelog.org/documentation/subsurface-4-user-manual/#\_create_a_cloud_storage_account[user
    98 manual for the _Subsurface_ desktop version]. Once the account has
    99 been created and verified using the desktop version,
    100 _Subsurface_ desktop alows you to download dive information from dive computers and store this
    101 on the cloud which can, in turn, be downloaded to _Subsurface-mobile_. _Subsurface-mobile_
    102 attempts to download the existing dive log from the _Subsurface_ cloud
    103 server. Appropriate messages are shown onscreen. Finally a list of dives is shown.
    104 
    105 Once the dive list has been downloaded from the Internet,
    106 _Subsurface-mobile_ keeps a local copy on the mobile device. This means that
    107 even if there is no Internet connection at a dive site, you can still access
    108 the local copy and view and manipulate dive information. If there is
    109 Internet connectivity, _Subsurface-mobile_ accesses the cloud-based dive log
    110 to verify that the local copy is still the same as the Internet-stored
    111 copy. If not, the local copy and the copy on the server are synchronised.
    112 
    113 
    114 image::mobile-images/Credentials.jpg["FIGURE: Mobile landing screen", align="center"]
    115 
    116 
    117 ==== Using _Subsurface-mobile_:
     94A free Internet cloud storage account can be used for storing dive log
     95information. This cloud storage account can be created either from
     96_Subsurface_ on the desktop or _Subsurface-mobile_ using a mobile device; in
     97fact, you can do full maintenance of a dive log from _Subsurface-mobile_
     98alone. On the other hand, if you share credentials between
     99_Subsurface-mobile_ and _Subsurface_ for desktop, through the _Subsurface_
     100cloud storage your dive log can be shared by both devices.
     101
     102The dive data are cached both on the mobile device as well as on the desktop
     103- it is easy to create backups of the data (for example in XML format) on
     104the desktop, and both mobile device and desktop keep a local copy of the
     105data so that the dive log is always accessible, even without Internet
     106connection. The Subsurface team never accesses a user's dive data without
     107explicit permission to do so, the data are not used for any purpose other
     108than providing them to the user who created them. There are no ads and no
     109harvesting / analysis of the data stored in the Subsurface cloud storage.
    118110
    119111Enter an e-mail address and a password in the fields indicated on the
    120 screen.  The e-mail should be in lower case and the password should contain
    121 a combination of letters from the alphabet (upper and lower case) and/or
    122 numbers. When entering a password, it is possible to check a checkbox that
    123 enables the text of the password to be shown (image on left, above). At this
    124 stage, the red message "Cannot connect to cloud storage" appears on the
    125 screen.  This is normal because a valid PIN has not yet been provided (image
    126 on left, above).
    127 
    128 Tap the Disk (Save) icon at the bottom of the screen. A PIN is sent to the
    129 e-mail address provided.
    130 
    131 Enter the PIN into the field indicated and tap the _Save_ icon again. The
    132 user information is stored on the cloud server and access to the cloud is
    133 enabled.
    134 
    135 The dive list is initially empty. Start entering dives in the dive log or
    136 download dive information from either a _Subsurface_ cloud storage account
    137 or from a dive computer.
    138 
     112screen.  The e-mail address should be in lower case and the password should
     113contain a combination of letters from the alphabet (upper and lower case)
     114and/or numbers.  Tap the "Sign-in or Register" button. If you have already
     115set up an account from the _Subsurface_ desktop application, enter the same
     116credentials here.  Once the dive list has been downloaded from the cloud,
     117_Subsurface-mobile_ usually works only with the the local copy on the mobile
     118device. This avoids long delays or even failure of operations if there is a
     119bad (or no) internet connection, a situation fairly common at many dive
     120sites.
     121
     122If this is a new account, a PIN screen will open (see image on right,
     123above). A PIN is e-mailed to the email address entered in the previous
     124step. Enter this PIN into the field indicated and tap the _Register_
     125button. The user information is stored on the cloud server and access to the
     126cloud is enabled. In this case the dive list is initially empty. Start
     127entering dives in the dive log or download dive information from a supported
     128dive computer.
     129
     130The dive log can be updated automatically. If there is Internet
     131connectivity, _Subsurface-mobile_ accesses the cloud-based dive log to
     132verify that the local copy of the dive log is still the same as the log in
     133the cloud server. If not, the local copy and the copy on the server are
     134synchronized.
     135
     136=== Changing the existing login credentials on the _Subsurface_ cloud
     137
     138The login credentials can be changed, for an example in order to work with
     139multiple accounts. See the section on xref:S_ChangeCloudAccount[Changing to
     140a different _Subsurface_ cloud account].
    139141
    140142== Menu Structure and User Interface
    141143
    142144At the bottom of many Subsurface-mobile screens is a round button that
    143 provides for several actions and which allows the selection of the main
    144 affirmative action (see image above and image below).  On Android devices,
    145 use the Android Back button for "cancel", "discard" or "back" actions. For
    146 example, when editing dive information, tapping the action button saves the
    147 changes while the Android back button can be used to cancel the edit without
    148 saving changes.
     145provides for several actions (see image below). The most common choice is
     146indicated in a round colored _action button_ (in the case below, edit a
     147dive). Alternative actions are indicated in a white _action bar_.  On
     148Android devices, use the Android Back button for "cancel", "discard" or
     149"back" actions. For example, when editing dive information, tapping the
     150action button saves the changes while the Android back button can be used to
     151cancel the edit without saving changes.
    149152
    150153On iOS devices, on screens where a "back" action is enabled, a back arrow is
    151154shown in the top left corner of the screen.
    152155
    153 image::mobile-images/actionbutton.jpg["FIGURE: Action Button", align="center"]
     156image::mobile-images/Actionbutton.jpg["FIGURE: Action Button", align="center"]
    154157
    155158In order to have a consistent experience between iOS and Android,
     
    165168- Drag the action button visible on most screens to the right
    166169
    167 image::mobile-images/MainMenu2.jpg["FIGURE: Dive management subpanel", align="center"]
    168 
    169 The images above indicate some of the important features of the menu
     170image::mobile-images/Menusystem.jpg["FIGURE: Dive management sub-panel", align="center"]
     171
     172The image above indicates some of the important features of the menu
    170173system.  On the left is the main menu, activated as described above. On the
    171 right, above, is a representation of the menu items of all the submenus
    172 accessible from the main menu: the main menu items are shown on the left
    173 while the submenu contents are shown on a blue background on the right.
     174right of the image are the items of all the submenus accessible.
    174175
    175176All screenshots in this user manual are currently from the Android
     
    177178_GPS_ features.
    178179
    179 == Viewing the Dive List
     180== The Dive List
    180181
    181182Most of the actions of _Subsurface-mobile_ center around the dives on the
    182183dive list. While the dive list is loading from the cloud, a message appears
    183 at the bottom of the screen, indicating that the cloud is being
    184 accessed. Once the list is loaded you can scroll up and down.  Tapping a
    185 dive on the list brings up a display of _Details View_ for that dive (see
    186 image on right below). This includes the dive profile as well as additional
    187 information and notes.
    188 
    189 image::mobile-images/DiveList.jpg["FIGURE: Dive list screen", align="center"]
     184at the bottom of the screen, indicating that the cloud is being accessed,
     185after which the dive list is shown. Once the list is loaded you can scroll
     186up and down.  To upload dives from a dive computer, tap the blue action
     187button. If you wish to add a dive manually, tap the + button in the action
     188bar (described below).  Tapping an existing dive on the list brings up a
     189display of _Details View_ for that dive (see image on right below). This
     190includes the dive profile as well as additional information and notes.
     191
     192image::mobile-images/Divelist2.jpg["FIGURE: Dive list screen", align="center"]
    190193
    191194You can view other dives by swiping the _Details view_ to the right (for the
     
    198201== Editing dive details
    199202
    200 At the bottom of the dive details screen the _Action Button_ contains a
    201 pencil (image on right, above).  Tapping the pencil button brings up a panel
    202 with edit boxes that allows you to change the existing dive information,
     203At the bottom of the dive details screen the action button is a pencil
     204(image on right, above).  Tapping the pencil button changes the page and
     205enables edit boxes that allow modifying the existing dive information,
    203206e.g. adding text to the dive notes or changing the names or values of some
    204207of the information (see image below).  It may be necessary to scroll the
    205208window to access all the information.  At the bottom of the edit screen is a
    206 _Save_ action button. Tap this to save the new information. Having saved the
    207 data, the dive list screen is updated and shown. To cancel any edits, tap
    208 the Android Back Button or swipe the edit screen up (fling it away).
    209 
    210 image::mobile-images/EditDive.jpg["FIGURE: Dive edit screen", align="center"]
     209_Save_ action button. Tap this to save the new information, after which the
     210dive list screen is updated and shown. To cancel any edits, tap the Android
     211_Back_ Button.
     212
     213When the virtual keyboard is shown, to avoid screen clutter, the action
     214button is hidden.  Once you close the keyboard it is drawn again.
     215
     216image::mobile-images/Editdive.jpg["FIGURE: Dive edit screen", align="center"]
    211217
    212218[[S_Add_Dive]]
    213 == Adding a new dive to the dive list
    214 
    215 You can manually add a dive to the existing dive list. On the dive list tap
    216 the "plus" sign in the _Action Button_, or use the main menu and tap _Manage
     219== Manually adding a new dive to the dive list
     220
     221One can manually add a dive to the existing dive list. On the dive list tap
     222the "plus" sign in the action bar, or use the main menu and tap _Manage
    217223dives -> Add dive manually_. This opens a screen that is identical to the
    218224editing screen discussed above. When a dive is added manually, you cannot
     
    225231dive in _Details View_.
    226232
    227 image::mobile-images/ManuallyEnterDive.jpg["FIGURE: Manual dive entry screen", align="center"]
     233image::mobile-images/Manualdive.jpg["FIGURE: Manual dive entry screen", align="center"]
    228234
    229235== Deleting a dive
     
    236242image::mobile-images/Delete_undo.jpg["FIGURE: Undo delete dive", align="center"]
    237243
    238 You can also delete a dive from the dive list by long-pressing a specific
    239 dive until a red dustbin appears on the right-hand side (see image
    240 below). Tap the dustbin. The dive is deleted without asking any confirmation
    241 because _Subsurface-mobile_ assumes that the combination of a long tap on
    242 the dive with another tap on the red dustbin is an unambiguous instruction
    243 to delete the dive.
     244You can also delete a dive from the dive list by long-pressing a dive until
     245a red dustbin appears on the right-hand side (see image below). Tap the
     246dustbin. The dive is deleted without asking any confirmation because
     247_Subsurface-mobile_ assumes that the combination of a long tap on the dive
     248with another tap on the red dustbin is an unambiguous instruction to delete
     249the dive.
    244250
    245251image::mobile-images/RedDustbin.jpg["FIGURE: delete dive from list", align="center"]
    246252
     253[[S_Download]]
    247254== Download dives from a dive computer
    248255
    249256Download of dives is possible from dive computers with a FTDI USB interface,
    250 or with a Bluetooth interface.
     257or with a Bluetooth/BTLE interface.
    251258
    252259First, establish a link between the dive computer and the mobile device.
    253260
    254261For USB dive computers, USB cables "normally" used for uploading dives to a
    255 desktop/laptop computer do NOT work: these cables often have a full-sized
    256 male USB plug on one end which plugs into the USB port of a desktop/laptop
    257 computer. For downloads to a mobile device one needs a USB OTG (USB
    258 On-The-Go) cable. In most cases it is required to plug the USB cable
    259 "normally" used with the dive computer into a USB OTG cable which, in turn,
    260 plugs into the mini-USB receptacle of the mobile device. The OTG cable often
    261 has a full-size female receptacle at one end which accommodates the
    262 full-sized male plug of the USB cable "normally" used (see image
    263 below). This means that two cables are used to connect the dive computer to
    264 the mobile device.
     262desktop/laptop computer do NOT work: these cables usually have a full-sized
     263("Type A") male USB plug on one end which plugs into the USB port of a
     264desktop/laptop computer. For downloads to a mobile device one needs a USB
     265OTG (USB On-The-Go) cable. In most cases it is required to plug the USB
     266cable "normally" used with the dive computer into a USB OTG cable which, in
     267turn, plugs into the mini-USB (or sometimes a USB "Type C")  receptacle of
     268the mobile device. The OTG cable usually has a full-size ("Type A") female
     269receptacle at one end which accommodates the full-sized male plug of the USB
     270cable "normally" used (see image below). This means that two cables are used
     271to connect the dive computer to the mobile device.
     272
     273Please note that not all Android devices support OTG cables. And even on
     274some devices that do support those cables in general, _Subsurface-mobile_
     275still in some cases cannot access a dive computer through a serial port.
    265276
    266277image::mobile-images/USB-OTG.jpg["FIGURE: USB-OTG cable", align="center"]
     
    268279For Bluetooth-equipped dive computers, establish a Bluetooth connection
    269280between the dive computer and the mobile device. Use the tools on the mobile
    270 device to achieve this. For of Android mobile devices, the Settings ->
    271 Bluetooth tool is probably appropriate. Ensure pairing of the dive computer
    272 and mobile device.  _Subsurface-mobile_ performs communication using both
    273 Bluetooth and Bluetooth-low-energy (BTLE).  The appropriate choice of
    274 Bluetooth communication is made by the software and the user need not be
    275 concerned with this.
    276 
    277 With propper communication between dive computer and _Subsurface-mobile_
    278 having been set up, dive download is simple.  From the main menu, tap
    279 _Manage dives -> Download from DC_. A screen is shown requiring that the
    280 user specify the names of the vendor and model of the dive computer. For
    281 instance, when using a Shearwater Petrel 2 dive computer, the vendor is
    282 _Shearwater_ and the Dive computer name is _Petrel 2_. From the two dropdown
    283 lists at the top of the screen, select the correct vendor and dive computer
    284 names (see image on the left, below). If using a dive computer using a
    285 Bluetooth connection, then tap the check box labelled _Bluetooth download_.
    286 
    287 Now tap the button labled _DOWNLOAD_. The downloaded dives appear in the
     281device to achieve pairing between the Bluetooth dice computer and the mobile
     282device. For of Android devices, the Settings -> Bluetooth tool is probably
     283appropriate. Ensure pairing of the dive computer and mobile device.
     284_Subsurface-mobile_ performs communication using both Bluetooth and
     285Bluetooth-low-energy (BTLE).  The appropriate choice of Bluetooth
     286communication is made by the software and the user need not be concerned
     287with this.
     288
     289With pairing between dive computer and _Subsurface-mobile_ having been set
     290up, dive download is simple.  From the main menu, tap _Manage dives ->
     291Download from DC_. A screen is shown requiring that the user specify the
     292names of the vendor and model of the dive computer. For instance, when using
     293a Shearwater Petrel 2 dive computer, the vendor is _Shearwater_ and the Dive
     294computer name is _Petrel 2_. From the two dropdown lists at the top of the
     295screen, select the correct vendor and dive computer names (see image on the
     296left, below).
     297
     298Now tap the button labeled _Download_. The downloaded dives appear in the
    288299bottom part of the screen, the most recent dive at the top (see image on
    289 right, below). Be patient because the download can sometimes take a few
    290 mimnutes.  Each dive has a check-box on the left hand side, used for
    291 selecting which dives need to be added to the _Subsurface-mobile_ dive list:
    292 dives that are not checked are ignored. With the appropriate downloaded
    293 dives having been checked, tap the button at the bottom left labled
    294 _ACCEPT_. All the selected dives appear on the _Subsurface-mobile_ dive
    295 list. The downloaded dive information can now be edited as described in the
    296 section above xref:S_Edit_Dive[Edit a dive].
     300right, below). Be patient because the download can take a few minutes.  As a
     301matter of fact, a complete first download from some dive computers has been
     302shown to take 45 minutes and longer.
     303
     304After the download, each dive has a check-box on the left hand side, used
     305for selecting which dives you want to be added to the _Subsurface-mobile_
     306dive list: dives that are not checked are ignored. With the appropriate
     307downloaded dives having been checked, tap the button at the bottom left
     308labeled _Accept_. All the selected dives appear on the _Subsurface-mobile_
     309dive list. The downloaded dive information can now be edited as described in
     310the section above xref:S_Edit_Dive[Edit a dive].
    297311
    298312image::mobile-images/DC-Download.jpg["FIGURE: DC download screen", align="center"]
     
    300314== Viewing the dive location on Google Maps
    301315
    302 The site of a specific dive can be viewed in two ways using the _Details
    303 View_.  The Action Bar at the bottom has a GPS pin on the left hand
    304 side. Tap that pin and the dive site is shown in Google Maps. Close Google
    305 Maps by using the Android _Back_ button.
     316In the _Details View_, the Action Bar at the bottom has a GPS pin on the
     317left hand side. Tap that pin and the dive site is shown in Google
     318Maps. Close Google Maps by using the Android _Back_ button.
    306319
    307320Alternatively, the _Details View_ has a button at the top right hand marked
    308 _Map it_. Tap this button to open Google Maps showing the dive site.
     321_Map it_. Tap this button to open Google Maps showing the dive site (image
     322below).  Afterwards, use the Android _Back_ button to return to
     323_Subsurface-mobile_.
    309324
    310325image::mobile-images/Map.jpg["FIGURE: Map of dive site", align="center"]
     
    314329A central part of _Subsurface-mobile_ is the ability to store the dive log
    315330using the _Subsurface_ cloud storage.  This provides security against loss
    316 or damage to the dive information contained in a local copy of the dive log
    317 and allows the desktop version of _Subsurface_ to access changes made using
    318 the mobile device. This ability is accessed through the main menu (by
    319 dragging the Action Button to the right, or alternatively tapping the
    320 "Hamburger" icon at the bottom left of the screen).  Tap the option _Manage
    321 dives_, enabling a number of options:
     331or damage to the dive information in a local copy and allows the desktop
     332version of _Subsurface_ to access changes made using the mobile device. This
     333ability is accessed through the main menu (by dragging the Action Button to
     334the right, or by tapping the "Hamburger" icon at the bottom left of the
     335screen).  Tap the option _Dive management_, enabling a number of options:
    322336
    323337=== Add new dive manually
    324338
    325339This is described above under the section dealing with
    326 xref:S_Add_Dive[Adding a new dive to the dive list].
    327 
    328 === Sync the dive log with the _Subsurface_ cloud storage
     340xref:S_Add_Dive[Manually adding a new dive to the dive list].
     341
     342=== Download from DC
     343
     344This is described above under the section dealing with
     345xref:S_Download[Download dives from a dive computer].
     346
     347=== Apply GPS fixes
     348
     349This is described in the following main section, below.
     350
     351=== Manually sync the dive log with the _Subsurface_ cloud storage
    329352
    330353Upload the dives contained on the mobile device to the _Subsurface_ cloud
     
    332355the local changes to the dive log with the cloud storage. It also downloads
    333356changes made to the dive log using another device or computer and stored in
    334 cloud storage.
    335 
    336 === Working offline or online
     357shared cloud storage.
     358
     359=== Enable cloud auto sync
    337360
    338361By default _Subsurface-mobile_ runs offline and only syncs the dive list
    339 with cloud storage when explicily told to do so (see above).  You can choose
    340 to always sync with the cloud servers after every modification of the dive
    341 list. This is not recommended unless you are in an area with fast and
     362with cloud storage when explicitly told to do so (see above).  You can
     363choose to always sync with the cloud servers after every modification of the
     364dive list. This is not recommended unless you are in an area with fast and
    342365reliable internet connection, as otherwise _Subsurface-mobile_ might appear
    343 to hang between operations as it tries to connect to the cloud server.
    344 
    345 === Changing the login credentials on the _Subsurface_ cloud
    346 
    347 The login credentials (for example to work with multiple accounts) can be
    348 changed by opening the main menu and by tapping _Settings -> Cloud
    349 credentials_. This opens the screen for specifying new credentials.
    350 
    351 === Changing the colour scheme of _Subsurface-mobile_
    352 
    353 _Subsurface-mobile_ has three colour schemes to please users with different
    354 tastes. This user manual shows the default colour scheme, comprising blue
    355 colours. Change to a pink or a dark colour scheme by opening the main menu
    356 and tap Settings -> Preferences. This opens the Preferences screen that
    357 includes the three colour schemes (see image below).
    358 
    359 image::mobile-images/ColourSchemes.jpg["FIGURE: Colour scheme setup screen", align="center"]
     366to hang between operations as it tries to connect to the cloud
     367server. Selecting _Enable cloud auto sync_ causes the local dive log to be
     368synchronized with the copy in the cloud every time that _Subsurface-mobile_
     369is closed. This option is a switch that allows auto sync to be either
     370activated or to be switched off.
    360371
    361372== Recording dive locations using GPS (Android only).
    362373
    363374The fact that most smartphones have GPS facilities allows
    364 _Subsurface-mobile_ on Android to record the locations of dives. You can
    365 take the smartphone on the dive boat during a dive and locations will be
     375_Subsurface-mobile_ on Android to record the locations of dives. If the
     376smartphone is taken on the dive boat during a dive, locations will be
    366377automatically recorded at regular intervals.  These locations can then be
    367378applied to dives in the dive list. Here is how it's done:
    368379
    369 === Setting up the GPS
    370 
    371 Open the main menu and tap _GPS -> Preferences_. Now specify the way in
    372 which GPS data need to be automatically collected (image above). Data are
    373 collected at regular intervals, e.g. every 5 minutes, or at regular
    374 distances, e.g. after the boat has moved more than 200m, or a combination of
    375 both of these approaches. Provide the appropriate information and tap the
    376 _Save_ action button. The program is now ready to collect GPS positions.
     380[[S_ConfigureGPS]]
     381=== Configuring the GPS service
     382
     383From the Main menu, select _Settings_. The Settings screen has a section for
     384configuring the GPS service (image below). GPS location data are collected
     385at regular intervals, e.g. every 5 minutes, or at regular distances,
     386e.g. after the boat has moved more than 200m, or a combination of both of
     387these approaches. Provide the appropriate information and tap the Android
     388_Back_ button. The program is now ready to collect GPS positions.
     389
     390image::mobile-images/GPS-config.jpg["FIGURE: GPS configure", align="center"]
    377391
    378392=== Collecting GPS positions
    379393
    380 image::mobile-images/Mainmenu.jpg["FIGURE: Main menu", align="center"]
    381 
    382 Ensure that the GPS on the Android device has been activated. At the bottom
    383 of the GPS submenu is a check box _Run location service_ (image above).
    384 Check this box and _Subsurface-mobile_ starts to collect GPS locations
    385 automatically, following the preferences specified as described above. After
    386 return from the dive trip you can deactivate the collection of GPS data by
    387 de-activating the same check box at the bottom of the main menu.
     394Ensure that the GPS on the Android device has been activated.  Open the Main
     395Menu and select _GPS -> Run location service_. This activates the recording
     396of GPS locations.
     397
     398image::mobile-images/GPSstart.jpg["FIGURE: GPS start", align="center"]
     399
     400_Subsurface-mobile_ starts to collect GPS locations automatically, following
     401the preferences specified as described above. While the GPS location service
     402is running, all menus have a GPS symbol at the bottom of the menu,
     403indicating that the service is active. After return from the dive trip,
     404deactivate the collection of GPS data by tapping the option _Disable
     405location service_. The GPS symbol at the bottom of all manus disappears.
    388406
    389407=== Storing the GPS data on the _Subsurface_ cloud
     
    398416
    399417Download the GPS data that have been saved on the cloud (possibly by a
    400 different device) by selecting _Download GPS Data_ from the GPS subpanel.
     418different device) by selecting _Download GPS Data_ from the GPS sub-panel.
    401419
    402420=== Viewing GPS data
    403421
    404422From the GPS submenu select _Show GPS fixes_. This brings up a list of GPS
    405 positions obtained using the location service (image on left, below). Two
    406 actions are possible for each of the locations, enabled if you tap the
    407 handle (the three horisontal stripes on the right, see image on left, below)
    408 and then drags the specific item to the left (image on right, below). This
    409 exposes two options. Tapping the dustbin deletes this particular GPS
    410 location. Tapping the teardrop-shaped icon (actually a Google Maps pin)
    411 opens up Google Maps with a pin indicating the exact map position of the GPS
    412 record being viewed. The two above options can be hidden by drawing the GPS
    413 record to the right, again using the handle.
     423positions obtained by the location service (image below). Two actions are
     424possible for each of the locations, enabled by dragging the handle (the
     425dotted matrix on the right below) to the left. This exposes two
     426options. Tapping the dustbin deletes this particular GPS location. Tapping
     427the teardrop-shaped icon (actually a Google Maps pin) opens up Google Maps
     428with a pin indicating the exact map position of the GPS record being
     429viewed. The two above options can be hidden by drawing the GPS record to the
     430right, again using the handle.
    414431
    415432image::mobile-images/gpsmanagement.jpg["FIGURE: GPS management", align="center"]
     
    418435
    419436Assuming that all the dives have been entered into the dive log or have been
    420 downloaded from the _Subsurface_ cloud, you can apply the GPS positions to
    421 these dives. GPS positions can therefore only be applied to dives in the
    422 dive list.  From the GPS subpanel, tap _GPS-tag dives_. The dive list
    423 contains the start and end times of each dive. Now, _Subsurface-mobile_
     437downloaded from the _Subsurface_ cloud, apply the GPS positions to these
     438dives. GPS positions can therefore only be applied to dives in the dive
     439list.  From the _Dive management_ sub-panel, tap _Apply GPS fixes_. The dive
     440list contains the start and end times of each dive. Now, _Subsurface-mobile_
    424441applies the first GPS position that falls within the dive period of each
    425442dive. This results in a GPS position for each dive that is saved as part of
    426443the dive log.
     444
     445== Utilisation des paramètres pour _Subsurface-mobile_.
     446
     447The Settings screen allows the customization of _Subsurface-mobile_. Many of
     448the settings involve dragging a slider switch to activate or deactivate a
     449particular setting.
     450
     451[[S_ChangeCloudAccount]]
     452=== Changing to a different _Subsurface_ cloud account
     453
     454Some users have more than one _Subsurface_ cloud account and with a need to
     455switch between accounts. Tap _Settings_ on the Main menu and scroll to the
     456section titled _Cloud status_ (see image below).  Tap the _Change_
     457button. This opens the _Cloud credentials_ screen.  change the credential
     458information, then tap the button _Sign-in or register_. The appropriate dive
     459list is shown.
     460
     461image::mobile-images/SettingsCloudTheme.jpg["FIGURE: Settings: Cloud & Theme", align="center"]
     462
     463=== Changing the color theme of _Subsurface-mobile_
     464
     465_Subsurface-mobile_ has three color schemes to please users with different
     466tastes. This user manual shows the default color scheme, comprising blue
     467colors. Change to a pink or a dark color scheme by opening the main menu,
     468tap _Settings_, and scroll to the section with heading _Theme_ (see image
     469above).  Select the appropriate color theme by dragging the appropriate
     470slider on the righthand.
     471
     472=== Configuring the GPS webservice
     473
     474The Settings screen allows one to set up the way in which GPS positions are
     475collected during dives. See the section on xref:S_ConfigureGPS[Configuring
     476the GPS service].
     477
     478=== Saving a detailed dive computer dive log
     479
     480Under the heading _Dive computer_, you will find a switch to save a detailed
     481log each time dives are downloaded from a dive computer. This is important
     482for solving problems in downloading dives from the dive computer. When
     483contacting the developers with download problems, you will usually be asked
     484to provide the information in this log, which can be found in the root
     485folder of your local storage device as +libdivecomputer.log+. In the same
     486location you can also find a +subsurfacel.log+ which is always created and
     487which include more information which can be helpful when debugging problems
     488with Subsurface-mobile.
     489
     490=== Activating the Developer submenu
     491
     492The information in subsurface.log plus some additional information for
     493understanding the screen rendering of dive information as well as the way in
     494which _Subsurface-mobile_ processed information during a specific occasion
     495while running the app (see section below) is available through a _Developer_
     496menu at run time. Activate (or deactivate) this menu item on the Main Menu
     497by dragging the slider switch in the Settings screen.
     498
     499== Developer submenu
     500
     501If the Developer submenu has been activated in the Settings screen, the Main
     502menu has a _Developer_ item. By tapping this one has two options that are
     503relevant within the context of program development and debugging.
     504
     505=== App log
     506
     507This option shows the messages that _Subsurface-mobile_ generates while
     508running. While most users are not aware of these messages, they are often
     509crucial in detecting any abnormal behavior of the app. The App log can be
     510found in the root directory of the local storage of the mobile device.
     511
     512=== Theme information
     513
     514This option provides a wealth of information about the screen
     515characteristics of the mobile device and the font characteristics used by
     516_Subsurface-mobile_.
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