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Timestamp:
04/04/2014 12:02:22 AM (8 years ago)
Author:
SergeyBiryukov
Message:

Clarify tooltips on Edit Image screen.

props siobhan.
fixes #27651.

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  • trunk/src/wp-admin/includes/image-edit.php

    r27931 r27939  
    4242        <h3><?php _e( 'Scale Image' ); ?> <a href="#" class="dashicons dashicons-editor-help imgedit-help-toggle" onclick="imageEdit.toggleHelp(this);return false;"></a></h3>
    4343        <div class="imgedit-help">
    44         <p><?php _e('You can proportionally scale the original image. For best results the scaling should be done before performing any other operations on it like crop, rotate, etc. Note that images can only be scaled down, not up.'); ?></p>
     44        <p><?php _e('You can proportionally scale the original image. For best results, scaling should be done before you crop, flip, or rotate. Images can only be scaled down, not up.'); ?></p>
    4545        </div>
    4646        <?php if ( isset( $meta['width'], $meta['height'] ) ): ?>
     
    8181
    8282        <div class="imgedit-help">
    83         <p><?php _e('The image can be cropped by clicking on it and dragging to select the desired part. While dragging the dimensions of the selection are displayed below.'); ?></p>
     83        <p><?php _e('To crop the image, click on it and drag to make your selection.'); ?></p>
    8484
    8585        <p><strong><?php _e('Crop Aspect Ratio'); ?></strong><br />
    86         <?php _e('You can specify the crop selection aspect ratio then hold down the Shift key while dragging to lock it. The values can be 1:1 (square), 4:3, 16:9, etc. If there is a selection, specifying aspect ratio will set it immediately.'); ?></p>
     86        <?php _e('The aspect ratio is the relationship between the width and height. You can preserve the aspect ratio by holding down the shift key while resizing your selection. Use the input box to specify the aspect ratio, e.g. 1:1 (square), 4:3, 16:9, etc.'); ?></p>
    8787
    8888        <p><strong><?php _e('Crop Selection'); ?></strong><br />
    89         <?php _e('Once started, the selection can be adjusted by entering new values (in pixels). Note that these values are scaled to approximately match the original image dimensions. The minimum selection size equals the thumbnail size as set in the Media settings.'); ?></p>
     89        <?php _e('Once you have made your selection, you can adjust it by entering the size in pixels. The minimum selection size is the thumbnail size as set in the Media settings.'); ?></p>
    9090        </div>
    9191    </div>
     
    117117    <div class="imgedit-group-top">
    118118        <h3><?php _e('Thumbnail Settings'); ?> <a href="#" class="dashicons dashicons-editor-help imgedit-help-toggle" onclick="imageEdit.toggleHelp(this);return false;"></a></h3>
    119         <p class="imgedit-help"><?php _e('The thumbnail image can be cropped differently. For example it can be square or contain only a portion of the original image to showcase it better. Here you can select whether to apply changes to all image sizes or make the thumbnail different.'); ?></p>
     119        <p class="imgedit-help"><?php _e('You can edit the image while preserving the thumbnail. For example, you may wish to have a square thumbnail that displays just a section of the image.'); ?></p>
    120120    </div>
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