Re: gtop docs and various questions

> Finally, some gnome-documentation-specific questions. Should
> it be GNOME or Gnome? GNOME is cumbersome and breaks the flow
> to read it. This is very noticeable when I printed it out. 
> However, I suspect it's probably the 'proper' way, and most
> of the rest of the docs seem to use that. UNIX, Unix, unix, 
> or *nix-like? Are there preferred terms for different concepts? 
> Menubar (like programmers write it) or menu-bar (more user-
> friendly?). Toolbar or tool-bar?
> Telsa

I'd vote for GNOME, UNIX, menubar and toolbar, thouhg could also live
with Unix.


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