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Recent changes have added future tense to the instructions. e.g., "will bring" instead of "brings". Writing in the future tense adds more words to read and adds abtraction to what are essentially instructions to be followed in real time. I'd really like to see this article and others that have been recently changed in the same style be returned to the present tense. In a single edit! -- Admin 10:05, 17 February 2012 (MST)

I'll start working on it. Also, how about using code tags instead of tt tags, since they now look the same (and code is not deprecated)? --Lyrositor 14:05, 17 February 2012 (MST)
Personally, I'd prefer <code> to <tt> but until I get around to writing a bot task to change all the instances in the wiki I've let them go, rather than make edits that didn't really add value. I've just changed the attributes of the <tt> tag so that it has the same appearance as <code> anyway. If the appearance is correct, I'm not inclined to up the edit count just to tweak a few HTML tags. Use <code> for new material, but leave any existing <tt> unless you're revising that paragraph anyway. --Mac Fife 15:41, 17 February 2012 (MST)