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The PC-BSD Handbook uses the following typographic conventions:
- bold text: represents a command written at the command line. In usage examples, the font is changed with any command output displayed in unbolded text.
- italic text: used to represent device names or file name paths.
- bold italic text: used to emphasize an important point.
Language usage and word choice
To facilitate future translations avoid the following:
- Contractions- for example, in place of don't or can't or won't use do not, cannot, or will not.
- Function instead of service name- use "web search" instead of "Google search"
Some special characters
This is a helpful spot to facilitate a copy/paste of these unique characters: