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 .. module:: Flask-Script
 
-The **Flask-Script** extension provides support for writing external scripts in Flask. This includes running a development server, a customized Python shell, scripts to set up your database, cronjobs, and other command-line tasks that belong outside the web application itself. 
+The **Flask-Script** extension provides support for writing external scripts in Flask. This includes running a development server, a customised Python shell, scripts to set up your database, cronjobs, and other command-line tasks that belong outside the web application itself. 
 
 **Flask-Script** works in a similar way to Flask itself. You define and add commands that can be called from the command line to a ``Manager`` instance::
 
 Default commands
 ----------------
 
-**Flask-Script** has a couple of ready commands you can add and customize: ``Server`` and ``Shell``.
+**Flask-Script** has a couple of ready commands you can add and customise: ``Server`` and ``Shell``.
 
 The ``Server`` command runs the **Flask** development server. It takes an optional ``port`` argument (default **5000**)::
 
     
 This is handy if you want to include a bunch of defaults in your shell to save typing lots of ``import`` statements.
 
-The ``Shell`` command will use `IPython <http://ipython.scipy.org/moin/>`_ if it is installed, otherwise it defaults to the standard Python shell. You can disable this behavior in two ways: by passing the ``use_ipython`` argument to the ``Shell`` constructor, or passing the flag ``--no-ipython`` in the command line::
+The ``Shell`` command will use `IPython <http://ipython.scipy.org/moin/>`_ if it is installed, otherwise it defaults to the standard Python shell. You can disable this behaviour in two ways: by passing the ``use_ipython`` argument to the ``Shell`` constructor, or passing the flag ``--no-ipython`` in the command line::
 
     shell = Shell(use_ipython=False)