The following formatting conventions are used in the text of this manual:
XXXX - text that is italicized and underlined indicates a reference to a term in the glossary.
XXXX - dark red text indicates the name of an interface element such as a button, key, or window.
[XXXX] - dark red text inside a set of brackets indicates a button that has a label specific to the show that is created by the console or the user.
XXXX - dark blue text indicates information that you should
literally input into the Hog 4OS verbatim.
[XXXX] - dark blue text inside a set of brackets indicates the
manual is only describing the type of information that you should input into the Hog
XXXX, XXXX, XXXX- dark red text separated by commas indicates key or button presses that are sequential.
XXXX + XXXX - dark red text followed by + indicates a key or button press that is held down while the second key or button is pressed.
XXXX → XXXX → XXXX - dark red text mixed with arrows indicates a sequence of operations that navigate you through windows and toolbars.
You will also find important or useful information highlighted:
Information regarding potetial hazards to the equipment or your personnel.
Information regarding items require special attention.
Information to help you be more productive in your programming.