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authorTopi Reinio <>2016-11-02 12:41:36 +0100
committerTopi Reiniƶ <>2016-11-02 12:46:21 +0000
commit90aff7026205d71efde65f1783a06af82e528287 (patch)
tree649de23cdb82919e47880bbfd1dad55f3377ff53 /examples/datavisualization/rotations/doc/src
parent8e59b4a63acc0d8f9f5e6d710788f3bfe5915ae3 (diff)
Doc: Use capitalization in section titles
Change-Id: I3ea9dde5f98813716d754d292af1f005d33ba98e Reviewed-by: Leena Miettinen <>
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diff --git a/examples/datavisualization/rotations/doc/src/rotations.qdoc b/examples/datavisualization/rotations/doc/src/rotations.qdoc
index a7e8245e..c803fd48 100644
--- a/examples/datavisualization/rotations/doc/src/rotations.qdoc
+++ b/examples/datavisualization/rotations/doc/src/rotations.qdoc
@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@
\image rotations-example.png
- \section1 Using rotations
+ \section1 Using Rotations
In this example we want to orient the arrow items tangentially to the origin. This requires
rotating them, which can be achieved by specifying rotation quaternion to each item:
@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@
for Y-axis and one for Z-axis, and then multiply these together to get the total rotation,
which we set to the data item.
- \section1 Using custom item meshes
+ \section1 Using Custom Item Meshes
The narrow arrow mesh we use for magnetic field arrow items is not a standard mesh. Instead
we supply our own \c{narrowarrow.obj} file which contains the object definition for the mesh
@@ -66,7 +66,7 @@
\snippet rotations/scatterdatamodifier.cpp 3
- \section1 Using range gradient
+ \section1 Using Range Gradient
Setting the color style to range gradient in a series means that the item is colored according
to its relative Y-value on the visible Y-coordinate range. We want the arrows on the bottom
@@ -75,5 +75,5 @@
\snippet rotations/scatterdatamodifier.cpp 4
- \section1 Example contents
+ \section1 Example Contents