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typos and small updates in documentation

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Maximilian Nickel authored
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@@ -6,16 +6,16 @@ vim-pomodoro is a [Vim](http://www.vim.org) plugin for the [Pomodoro time manage
Usage
-----
The usage of vim-pomodoro is simple. `:PomodoroStart [pomodoro_name]` starts a new pomodoro.
-The parameter `pomodoro_name` is optional. After a pomodoro ended, a confirmation dialog will
+The parameter `pomodoro_name` is optional. After a pomodoro has ended, a confirmation dialog will
remind you to take a break. When the break has ended, another dialog will ask you if you want
-to start a new pomodoro. Furthermore, the remaining time of a pomodoro can be display in the
+to start a new pomodoro. Furthermore, the remaining time of a pomodoro can be displayed in the
statusline of vim.
-If you don not want vim-pomodoro to use popup windows but text dialogs inside Vim, add
+If you do not want vim-pomodoro to use popup windows but text dialogs inside Vim, add
`set guioptions+=c` to your `~/.gvimrc`. Please note that this will *globally* disable
popup notification windows in Vim.
-Also, in addition to the default notifications inside vim, vim-pomodoro allows to add
+Also, in addition to the default notifications inside vim, vim-pomodoro allows you to add
further external notifications, such as sounds, system-notification popups etc.
Screenshots
@@ -54,7 +54,7 @@ To display the remaining time of a pomodoro in your statusline, add
to your `~/.vimrc`
-### External Notifications
+### Bells and Whistles
Notifications outside vim can be enabled through the option `g:pomodoro_notification_cmd`.
For instance, to play a soundfile after each completed pomodoro or break, add something like
@@ -75,4 +75,4 @@ Add
Bundle 'mnick/vim-pomodoro'
to your `~/.vimrc` and run `BundleInstall` afterwards. If you don't want to use Vundle, first install
-AsyncCommand and simply extract the tarfile in your ~/.vim directory afterwards.
+AsyncCommand and simply extract the [tarfile](https://github.com/mnick/vim-pomodoro/tarball/master) in your ~/.vim directory afterwards.
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