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authorLorn Potter <>2012-02-10 10:50:14 +1000
committerQt by Nokia <>2012-02-12 23:26:15 +0100
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improve the sensors docs a bit
Change-Id: I2774c8ecc5ae711b6444d0adff0697c6d278dcad Reviewed-by: Lorn Potter <>
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@@ -36,14 +36,14 @@
On a device there can be many types of sensors. Not all of the types that the QtSensors API
supports may be available. There may also be types available that are not defined in the
-QtSensors API. You can find the sensor types available on a device using the
+QtSensors API. The types of sensors available on a device is found using the
\l QSensor::sensorTypes() function.
For a list of built-in sensor types, see the \l{Sensor Classes} section below.
\section1 Common Conventions
-Unless otherwise specified, QtSensors shall use the
+Unless otherwise specified, QtSensors uses the
\l{}{Right Hand Cartesian coordinate system}.
\image sensors-coordinates.jpg
@@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ sensor.
\section1 Using a Sensor
-The life cycle of a sensor is typically:
+The life cycle of a QSensor is typically:
\o Create an instance of QSensor or one of its sub-classes on the stack or heap.