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 - Recent python (2.6 or 2.7)
 - Recent urwid and possibly curses
-- Recent database module
-    - e.g. python-psycopg2 for postgres
+- Recent database module, e.g. python-psycopg2 for postgres
 - A running database
 
 So far it has been tested on Ubuntu Maverick thru Precise, but should
 
         sudo apt-get install urwid python-psycopg2 mercurial
 
-2)  Download or "hg clone" this repository to local folder.
+    Download or "hg clone" this repository to local folder.
 
-3)  Edit the ini file:
+2)  Edit the ini file:
 
     This file contains the necessary information to configure dumbo.
 
     Things that can be configured here:
 
     - database connection
-        - postgres may not need any of these fields filled if you have a
-          local server running, matching username and database, etc.
+
+      - postgres may not need any of these fields filled if you have a
+        local server running, matching username and database, etc.
+
     - color theme and palette
 
     Edit this file to add your database addresss and credentials.
 
-    Dumbo will check for the file in these locations in order:
-        './dumbo.ini', '~/.config/dumbo.ini', '/etc/dumbo.ini'
+    Dumbo will check for the file in these locations in order::
+
+        ./dumbo.ini, ~/.config/dumbo.ini, /etc/dumbo.ini
 
     Another path can be given as a command line argument::
 
         dumbo ~/another.ini
 
-4)  chmod a+x dumbo  (hg set this one up for me.)
+3)  chmod a+x dumbo  (pip/hg set this one up for me.)
     Run dumbo
 
 
 Dumbo has a Windows Explorer-type interface, a tree of databases and
 tables on the left, with a table viewer on the right.
 
-Use the arrow keys to move around the tree.
-    The right and left arrow keys can expand/collapse folders (databases).
+Use the arrow keys to move around the tree.  The right and left arrow keys
+can expand/collapse folders (databases).
 
 Use the Enter key or left-click to view a table or expand/collapse.
 Use the tab key to switch focus to the table viewer, and again to return.