[gnome-terminal/mallard-help] Help: Fixed typo, "more" to "mode".

commit 0da608da5cfe45a78e6ad74d0cfc502926355d2f
Author: Sindhu S <sindhus live in>
Date:   Sun Feb 17 17:37:57 2013 +0530

    Help: Fixed typo, "more" to "mode".
    Removed review comments after reading.

 help/C/app-fullscreen.page |   13 +------------
 1 files changed, 1 insertions(+), 12 deletions(-)
diff --git a/help/C/app-fullscreen.page b/help/C/app-fullscreen.page
index 25181c5..efed85a 100644
--- a/help/C/app-fullscreen.page
+++ b/help/C/app-fullscreen.page
@@ -23,9 +23,6 @@
   <title>Fullscreen session</title>
-<!-- Fullscreen is the correct word for this mode. You don't always have to
-mark up the word with <gui> tags! -->
   <p>Fullscreen mode allows <app>Terminal</app> to use the entire screen.</p>
   <p>If you have a device with a small display, intend to work in
@@ -36,10 +33,6 @@ mark up the word with <gui> tags! -->
   <p>To enable fullscreen mode:</p>
-<!-- Make sure that individual keys are not inside <keyseq>. The <âseq> implies
-that something is in a sequence, in other words, that it contains more than one
-item. -->
       <p>Select <guiseq><gui style="menu">View</gui>
@@ -58,14 +51,10 @@ item. -->
     be visible in the fullscreen mode.</p>
-  <p>To disable fullscreen more:</p>
+  <p>To disable fullscreen mode:</p>
-<!-- Your first option for undoing something should be the equivalent of the
-instructions that you gave to do it. That is to say, if you tell the user to
-enable the fullscreen mode using the menu, tell them to disable it using the
-menu. -->
       <p>Select <guiseq><gui style="menu">View</gui>
       <gui style="menuitem">Full Screen</gui></guiseq> or right click and select
       <gui style="menuitem">Leave Full Screen</gui>. Alternatively,

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