patch for clock manual

--- Joachim Noreiko <jnoreiko yahoo com> wrote:
> Clock Applet, Usage, needs a section that explains
> clicking on the clock to obtain a calendar.

Here's my patch for the above.
I've also reworded the section on Internet time
slightly, based on information from
I've removed the bit about 'Biel Mean Time' since
according to that page it's midleading. It also
doesn't mean very much to the average user. (Internet
time itself doesn't mean much to the average user
either... but I hope this explanation is more

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Index: clock.xml
RCS file: /cvs/gnome/gnome-panel/help/clock/C/clock.xml,v
retrieving revision 1.5
diff -u -p -r1.5 clock.xml
--- clock.xml	21 Dec 2005 19:58:18 -0000	1.5
+++ clock.xml	10 Jan 2006 15:02:35 -0000
@@ -213,6 +213,15 @@ The <application>&applet;</application> 
   <sect1 id="clock-usage"> 
+	<sect2 id="clock-usage-calendar">
+	<title>To Show the Calendar</title>	
+	<para>Click on the applet to open a small calendar showing the current month. To close the calendar, click again on the part of the applet that is in the panel.</para>
+	<para>You can change the month shown in the calendar by clicking the arrows to each side of the month and year text.</para>	
+	<para>Double-click a day in the calendar to launch the <application>Evolution</application> groupware application.</para>
+	</sect2>
 	<sect2 id="clock-usage-copy">
 	<title>To Insert the Date or Time Into an Application</title>	
 <para>The <application>&applet;</application> applet takes the time from the system clock.
@@ -303,7 +312,7 @@ The <application>&applet;</application> 
 			 <para><guilabel>Internet time</guilabel></para>
-			 <para>Display Internet time in the applet. Internet time is based on Biel Mean Time (BMT) as a universal reference, and is the same all over the world. Internet time enables Internet users to synchronize to a common time.</para>
+			 <para>Display Internet time in the applet. Internet time is the same all over the world, which enables Internet users to synchronize to a common time. The day is divided into 1000 parts called ".beats".</para>

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