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language_changes_3.1.7_to_3.1.8-RC1.diff
diff --git a/phpBB/language/en/app.php b/phpBB/language/en/app.php
index 2da0f09..39c4065 100644
--- a/phpBB/language/en/app.php
+++ b/phpBB/language/en/app.php
@@ -44,5 +44,5 @@ $lang = array_merge($lang, array(
'CONTROLLER_ARGUMENT_VALUE_MISSING' => 'Missing value for argument #%1$s: <strong>%3$s</strong> in class <strong>%2$s</strong>',
'CONTROLLER_NOT_SPECIFIED' => 'No controller has been specified.',
'CONTROLLER_METHOD_NOT_SPECIFIED' => 'No method was specified for the controller.',
- 'CONTROLLER_SERVICE_UNDEFINED' => 'The service for controller "<strong>%s</strong>" is not defined in ./config/services.yml.',
+ 'CONTROLLER_SERVICE_UNDEFINED' => 'The service for controller “<strong>%s</strong>” is not defined in ./config/services.yml.',
));
diff --git a/phpBB/language/en/help_bbcode.php b/phpBB/language/en/help_bbcode.php
index c674d5c..800ce3d 100644
--- a/phpBB/language/en/help_bbcode.php
+++ b/phpBB/language/en/help_bbcode.php
@@ -73,11 +73,11 @@ $help = array(
),
array(
0 => 'Creating an Unordered list',
- 1 => 'BBCode supports two types of lists, unordered and ordered. They are essentially the same as their HTML equivalents. An unordered list outputs each item in your list sequentially one after the other indenting each with a bullet character. To create an unordered list you use <strong>[list][/list]</strong> and define each item within the list using <strong>[*]</strong>. For example to list your favourite colours you could use:<br /><br /><strong>[list]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>Red<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Blue<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Yellow<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />This would generate the following list:<ul><li>Red</li><li>Blue</li><li>Yellow</li></ul>'
+ 1 => 'BBCode supports two types of lists, unordered and ordered. They are essentially the same as their HTML equivalents. An unordered list outputs each item in your list sequentially one after the other indenting each with a bullet character. To create an unordered list you use <strong>[list][/list]</strong> and define each item within the list using <strong>[*]</strong>. For example to list your favourite colours you could use:<br /><br /><strong>[list]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>Red<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Blue<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Yellow<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />This would generate the following list:<ul><li>Red</li><li>Blue</li><li>Yellow</li></ul><br />Alternatively you can specify the list’s bullet style using <strong>[list=disc][/list]</strong>, <strong>[list=circle][/list]</strong>, or <strong>[list=square][/list]</strong>.'
),
array(
0 => 'Creating an Ordered list',
- 1 => 'The second type of list, an ordered list, gives you control over what is output before each item. To create an ordered list you use <strong>[list=1][/list]</strong> to create a numbered list or alternatively <strong>[list=a][/list]</strong> for an alphabetical list. As with the unordered list, items are specified using <strong>[*]</strong>. For example:<br /><br /><strong>[list=1]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>Go to the shops<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Buy a new computer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Swear at computer when it crashes<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />will generate the following:<ol style="list-style-type: decimal;"><li>Go to the shops</li><li>Buy a new computer</li><li>Swear at computer when it crashes</li></ol>Whereas for an alphabetical list you would use:<br /><br /><strong>[list=a]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>The first possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The second possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The third possible answer<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />giving<ol style="list-style-type: lower-alpha"><li>The first possible answer</li><li>The second possible answer</li><li>The third possible answer</li></ol>'
+ 1 => 'The second type of list, an ordered list, gives you control over what is output before each item. To create an ordered list you use <strong>[list=1][/list]</strong> to create a numbered list or alternatively <strong>[list=a][/list]</strong> for an alphabetical list. As with the unordered list, items are specified using <strong>[*]</strong>. For example:<br /><br /><strong>[list=1]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>Go to the shops<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Buy a new computer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Swear at computer when it crashes<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />will generate the following:<ol style="list-style-type: decimal;"><li>Go to the shops</li><li>Buy a new computer</li><li>Swear at computer when it crashes</li></ol>Whereas for an alphabetical list you would use:<br /><br /><strong>[list=a]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>The first possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The second possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The third possible answer<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />giving<ol style="list-style-type: lower-alpha"><li>The first possible answer</li><li>The second possible answer</li><li>The third possible answer</li></ol><br /><strong>[list=A]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>The first possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The second possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The third possible answer<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />giving<ol style="list-style-type: upper-alpha"><li>The first possible answer</li><li>The second possible answer</li><li>The third possible answer</li></ol><br /><strong>[list=i]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>The first possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The second possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The third possible answer<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />giving<ol style="list-style-type: lower-roman"><li>The first possible answer</li><li>The second possible answer</li><li>The third possible answer</li></ol><br /><strong>[list=I]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>The first possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The second possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The third possible answer<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />giving<ol style="list-style-type: upper-roman"><li>The first possible answer</li><li>The second possible answer</li><li>The third possible answer</li></ol>'
),
// This block will switch the FAQ-Questions to the second template column
array(
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