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Made changes that I queries with Susan

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 ####`console.warn(obj [, obj, ...])`, `console.error(obj [, obj, ...])`, and `console.info(obj [, obj, ...])`
 
-The `console.warn()`, `console.error()`, and `console.info()` methods offer the same functionality as console.log(), but with added semantics and visual emphasis. Similar to `console.debug()`, these methods print a hyperlinked line number that corresponds to where in the source it was called from.
+The `console.warn()`, `console.error()`, and `console.info()` methods offer the same functionality as console.log(), but with added semantics and visual emphasis. Similar to `console.debug()`, these methods print a hyperlinked line number tshat corresponds to the point in the source from where it was called.
 
     console.warn( document.getElementById('foo') == null );
     console.error( 'Session is secure: ' + false );

error-log.markdown

 
 ###Clearing the Error Log
 
-The Error Log is cleared by clicking the Trashcan icon in the toolbar.
+The Error Log is cleared by clicking the trashcan icon in the toolbar.

introduction.markdown

 
 ## Accessing the tools
 
-Each of the main tools in Opera Dragonfly are organized into <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#panel">panels</a>, accessed from the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#application-toolbar">application toolbar</a>. Each tool is identified by an icon and a label describing the type of content or activity that the tool is designed to inspect or debug. The Scripts button accesses the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#javaScript-debugger">JavaScript Debugger</a> for example, while Documents accesses the DOM and <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#style-inspector">Style Inspectors</a>.
+The main tools in Opera Dragonfly are organized into <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#panel">panels</a>, accessed from the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#application-toolbar">application toolbar</a>. Each tool is identified by an icon and a label describing the type of content or activity that the tool is designed to inspect or debug. The Scripts button accesses the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#javaScript-debugger">JavaScript Debugger</a> for example, while Documents accesses the DOM and <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#style-inspector">Style Inspectors</a>.
 
 <img src="img/uimap.png" alt="The UI components of Opera Dragonfly" />