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 == Compatability ==
 This plugin supports the TOTP standard and should work with any service that is compliant with [[http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6238|RFC 6238]] and uses SHA1 as the HMAC hashing algorithm.  SHA-256 and SHA-512 are not currently supported but likely will be in the near future.  It supports any specified time step and will generate 6 or 8 digit codes.
 
-**Warning.  Only change the time step if the service that you are using this with tells you too.  It won't work if your time step is different from theirs.**
+**Warning.  Only change the time step if the service that you are using this with tells you to.  It won't work if your time step is different from theirs.**
 
 The key must be provided in base32.  If the service doesn't provide the shared secret key in base32 (most do) then it must be converted first.
 
 
 When enabling TOTP on your verification system, you will be provided with a key.  Often this comes in the form of a QR code.  In most cases you can also get a base32 encoded key as well.  This can be of varying lenghts.  Once the plugin is installed, every entry in KeePass will have a new option labeled "One Time Password" in the context menu of the entry.
 
-Right click on the entry that you wish to add TOTP too (or create a new one) and select the "One Time Password" option.  If there is no key associated with that entry, you will be taken to a form where you can enter it.
+Right click on the entry that you wish to add TOTP to (or create a new one) and select the "One Time Password" option.  If there is no key associated with that entry, you will be taken to a form where you can enter it.
 
 Paste the key into the textbox and click OK.  You should now be looking at a rolling time based authentication code for that key.