XAMPP for Windows V1.5.1 minor english grammar problem

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XAMPP for Windows V1.5.1 minor english grammar problem

Postby armistej » 22. January 2006 10:25

I went to the page

http://localhost/security/index.php

and after entering a username and password, I clicked on "Make safe the XAMPP directory" button

The message said:

SUCCESS: The XAMPP directory is protected now! All personal data was safed in the following file:
C:\Program Files\xampp\security\xamppdirpasswd.txt
C:\Program Files\xampp\security\xampp.users
C:\Program Files\xampp\htdocs\xampp\.htaccess

The correct English grammar should be "All personal data was saved" (not safed)

I *LOVE* XAMPP, and I am just helping you (in a very small way) to make it even better !
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Re: XAMPP for Windows V1.5.1 minor english grammar problem

Postby keisko » 22. January 2006 14:43

armistej wrote:I went to the page

http://localhost/security/index.php

and after entering a username and password, I clicked on "Make safe the XAMPP directory" button

The message said:

SUCCESS: The XAMPP directory is protected now! All personal data was safed in the following file:
C:\Program Files\xampp\security\xamppdirpasswd.txt
C:\Program Files\xampp\security\xampp.users
C:\Program Files\xampp\htdocs\xampp\.htaccess

The correct English grammar should be "All personal data was saved" (not safed)

I *LOVE* XAMPP, and I am just helping you (in a very small way) to make it even better !



Who care about fucking english grammar?
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Postby Wiedmann » 22. January 2006 14:52

The correct English grammar should be "All personal data was saved" (not safed)

Thanks. I will correct this in the next release.
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