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clarify that you cannot use wildcards in OpenSCAD use/include statements

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@@ -10,13 +10,15 @@ See http://creativecommons.org/licenses/LGPL/2.1/ or the included file, lgpl-2.1
## Usage ##
-You can import these files in your scripts with `use <MCAD/*.scad>`, but some
-files include useful constants which will be available with `include <MCAD/*.scad>`,
-which should be safe to use on all included files (ie. no top level code should
-create geometry). (There is a bug/feature that prevents including constants from
-files that "include" other files - see the openscad mailing list archives for more
-details. Since the maintainers aren't very responsive, may have to work around this
-somehow)
+You can import these files in your scripts with `use <MCAD/filename.scad>`,
+where 'filename' is one of the files listed below like 'motors' or
+'servos'. Some files include useful constants which will be available
+with `include <MCAD/filename.scad>`, which should be safe to use on all
+included files (ie. no top level code should create geometry). (There is
+a bug/feature that prevents including constants from files that
+"include" other files - see the openscad mailing list archives for more
+details. Since the maintainers aren't very responsive, may have to work
+around this somehow)
If you host your project in git, you can do `git submodule add URL PATH` in your
repo to import this library as a git submodule for easy usage. Then you need to do
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