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03/13/09 00:02:25 (5 years ago)
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    99<body  style="font-family: verdana; font-size: small;"> 
    1010<p align="right">Version 1.0 by Henri Asseily, <a href="http://henri.tel">henri.tel</a><br /> 
    11 Copyright 2009, <a href="http://dev.telnic.org/pages/legal.html">License Agreement</a><br /> 
    12 Report issues at <a href="http://dev.telnic.org/trac/discussion">.tel Community Forum</a></p> 
     11Copyright 2009 Telnic Ltd., <a href="http://dev.telnic.org/pages/legal.html">License Agreement</a><br /> 
     12Report issues in the <a href="http://dev.telnic.org/trac/discussion">.tel Community Forum</a></p> 
    1313This application uses the <a href="http://code.google.com/p/route-me/">Route-me library</a>, copyright 2008-2009, Route-Me Contributors 
    14 <p><em>My.tel</em> enables you to manage your .tel domain, which can be your single point of contact for all your communications, forever. If you don't have a .tel domain, you can <a href="http://telnic.org/individual-buy.html">buy one</a> at any number of resellers. With your .tel, use the <em>My.tel</em> application to manage your data; you can add public and private contact items, keywords, status information and locations, organize your data into folders, and manage your friend list.</p> 
     14<p><em>My.tel</em> enables you to manage your .tel domain, your single point of contact for all your communications, forever. If you don't have a .tel domain, you can <a href="http://telnic.org/individual-buy.html">buy one</a> at any number of resellers. With your .tel, use the <em>My.tel</em> application to manage your data; you can add public and private contact items, keywords, status information and locations, organize your data into folders, and manage your friend list.</p> 
    1515<p>When you first open the application, it asks you to log into your .tel. 
    1616Enter your domain name, and username and password sent by your .tel service provider. You will only need to do this once. 
     
    3434<p>To add a new contact, touch + and:</p> 
    3535<ol> 
    36   <li>Swipe through the left-hand list to select your contact type</li> 
    37   <li>(optional) Swipe through the right-hand list to set the contact location, such as home, work, or transit</li> 
    38   <li>(optional) Enter a comment or additional details in the <strong>Label</strong> field; it'll appear in blue in your application, or in grey when viewed in a browser</li> 
     36  <li>Swipe through the left-hand picker list to select your contact type</li> 
     37  <li>(optional) Swipe through the right-hand picker list to set the contact location indicator hint, such as home, work, or transit</li> 
     38  <li>(optional) Enter a short comment or additional details in the <strong>Label</strong> field; it'll appear in blue in your application, or in grey when viewed in a browser</li> 
    3939  <li>Enter the contact item value, such as the number for a phone number or the website address for a web link</li> 
    4040  <li>(optional) Make the item private. By default, a new contact is public, but by tapping the status, you can select with <a href="#privacy">friend groups</a> it belongs to</li> 
    4141</ol> 
     42<p>Note on the contact type "Link to a .tel": you can elect to link to any .tel domain or subdomain, whether it's yours or another. At this time .tel links do not support labels, but this is in the plans.</p> 
    4243<p>To edit an existing contact, touch the blue arrow on the right and update as needed. For private cotacts, you can see which <a href="#privacy">friend groups</a> can access this contact, and can manage them.</p> 
    4344<p>You can also organize contact items; in the list of contacts, touch <strong>Edit</strong> and:</p> 
     
    100101<p>To delete a folder, click <strong>Edit</strong> and then <strong>Delete</strong> to confirm. </p> 
    101102<h2><a name="profiles" id="profiles"></a>Profiles</h2> 
    102 <p>A profile is a set of data that you can publish in the DNS with one touch. You can set up profiles for work, leisure, travel, etc., and switch between them to avoid entering many contact items each time your life situation changes. By default, all you add to your .tel gets into your default profile.</p> 
     103<p>A profile is a set of data that you can publish with one touch. You can set up profiles for work, leisure, travel, etc., and switch between them to avoid turning on or off (or creating) many contact items each time your life situation changes. By default, anything you add to your .tel gets into your default profile.</p> 
    103104<p>To manage profiles, go to <strong>Profile</strong> on the <strong>Status</strong> tab; to exit when you've finished, click <strong>Done</strong> and return to the previous page.  You can:</p> 
    104105<ul> 
     
    109110  <li>Delete a profile by tapping the <strong>Bin</strong> icon</li> 
    110111</ul> 
     112<p/> 
     113<h2>Special Thanks</h2> 
     114<ul> 
     115  <li>to Nadya (nadya.tel) for writing the documentation</li> 
     116  <li>to the Telnic testers for the precise bug reports</li> 
     117  <li>and to the Route-Me contributors without which the map location handling would not have been possible.</li> 
     118</ul> 
     119Cheers to all Telsters worldwide! 
     120</p> 
    111121</body> 
    112122</html> 
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