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Updated the readme and help file (again)

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@@ -22,26 +22,26 @@ Alternatively if you have [Pathogen](http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?scrip
The default mapping to toggle the plugin is `<Leader>ig`
### Setting custom indent colors
-Here's an example of how to use custom colors instead of the ones the plugin automatically generates for you. Add this to your `.vimrc` file:
+Here's an example of how to define custom colors instead using of the ones the plugin automatically generates for you. Add this to your `.vimrc` file:
let g:indent_guides_auto_colors = 0
autocmd VimEnter,Colorscheme * :hi IndentGuidesOdd guibg=red ctermbg=3
autocmd VimEnter,Colorscheme * :hi IndentGuidesEven guibg=green ctermbg=4
### Terminal Vim
-At the moment Terminal Vim only has basic support. This means is that colors won't be automatically calculated based on your colorscheme. Instead some preset colors are used depending on whether `set background=` is set to `dark` or `light`.
+At the moment Terminal Vim only has basic support. This means is that colors won't be automatically calculated based on your colorscheme. Instead, some preset colors are used depending on whether `background` is set to `dark` or `light`.
When `set background=dark` is used, the following highlight colors will be defined:
hi IndentGuidesEven ctermbg=darkgrey
hi IndentGuidesOdd ctermbg=black
-When `set background=light` is used, the following highlight colors will be defined:
+Alternatively, when `set background=light` is used, the following highlight colors will be defined:
hi IndentGuidesEven ctermbg=lightgrey
hi IndentGuidesOdd ctermbg=white
-If for some reason it's defining light highlight colors instead of dark ones or vice versa, the first thing you should check is that `set background=` is being set correctly for your colorscheme. Sometimes it's best to manually set the `background` value in your `.vimrc`, for example:
+If for some reason it's incorrectly defining light highlight colors instead of dark ones or vice versa, the first thing you should check is that the `background` value is being set correctly for your colorscheme. Sometimes it's best to manually set the `background` value in your `.vimrc`, for example:
colorscheme desert256
set background=dark
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@@ -111,9 +111,9 @@ example:
5. TERMINAL VIM *indent-guides-terminal-vim*
At the moment Terminal Vim only has basic support. This means is that colors
-won't be automatically calculated based on your colorscheme. Instead some
-preset colors are used depending on whether `set background=` is set to `dark`
-or `light`.
+won't be automatically calculated based on your colorscheme. Instead, some
+preset colors are used depending on whether `background` is set to `dark` or
+`light`.
When `set background=dark` is used, the following highlight colors will be
defined:
@@ -122,17 +122,17 @@ defined:
hi IndentGuidesOdd ctermbg=black
<
-When `set background=light` is used, the following highlight colors will be
-defined:
+Alternatively, when `set background=light` is used, the following highlight
+colors will be defined:
>
hi IndentGuidesEven ctermbg=lightgrey
hi IndentGuidesOdd ctermbg=white
<
-If for some reason it's defining light highlight colors instead of dark ones
-or vice versa, the first thing you should check is that `set background=` is
-being set correctly for your colorscheme. Sometimes it's best to manually set
-the `background` value in your .vimrc, for example:
+If for some reason it's incorrectly defining light highlight colors instead of
+dark ones or vice versa, the first thing you should check is that the
+`background` value is being set correctly for your colorscheme. Sometimes it's
+best to manually set the `background` value in your `.vimrc`, for example:
>
colorscheme desert256
set background=dark

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