double words

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to find double words. I found that these lines have double words (the first line here also has the typo “ypes” instead of “types”). Not all of them are errors, but lots of them are. When searched in notepad++ the double word is colored red. I underlined the first one here.
This was run on audacity, they may have been fixed in the newer versions.

Search “(<[a-z]+>)\s*(?:<[^>]>)?\s\1>” (58 hits in 44 files of 394 searched)
Audacity\help\manual\index.html (1 hit)
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  • Track Control Panel and Vertical Scale

  • Audacity\help\manual\man\audacity_tour_guide.html (1 hit)
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    This enables you to to correct errors easily during the course of a recording session.
    Audacity\help\manual\man\basic_recording_editing_and_exporting.html (1 hit)
    Line 69: If you have just made a recording it is strongly recommended to Export it it immediately with File > Export > Export Audio… to WAV or AIFF (ideally to an external drive) as a safety copy before you start editing the project.
    Audacity\help\manual\man\burning_music_files_to_a_cd.html (1 hit)
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    An alternative solution is to not split the track up at all in Audacity. The best way to get apparently gapless playback of a live concert recording or live album is to burn as one WAV file with with DAO and a “cue sheet” that marks the starting times of each CD track. Cue sheets can be created as simple plain text files.
    Audacity\help\manual\man\copy_and_paste_a_section_of_audio.html (7 hits)
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    02 Cut-Paste paste into point selection.png

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    03 Cut-Paste paste into a longer selection - before.png

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    03 Cut-Paste paste into a longer selection.png

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    04 Cut-Paste paste into shorter selection - before.png

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    04 Cut-Paste paste into shorter selection.png

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    07 Cut-Paste paste into new track - add new track make the selection.png

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    07 Cut-Paste paste into new track - at a specified start time.png

    Audacity\help\manual\man\crossfade_tracks.html (1 hit)
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    The first step is to align the tracks (they may be mono or stereo tracks) so that the start of the lower track overlaps the the end of the upper track. Typically this would be done using the Time Shift Tool. Then the overlapping region must be selected. Selecting may be achieved by clicking on the upper track at the start position of the crossfade, then while holding down the left mouse button, drag down and across to the end of the crossfade region in the lower track.
    Audacity\help\manual\man\dc_offset.html (1 hit)
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    An alternative method is to use the dcRemove plug-in in the swh LADSPA plug-ins bundle. Links to the bundle are on this]( page on the Audacity wiki. The plug-in dcRemove uses a High-Pass Filter to remove the DC (0 Hz) component from the audio.
    Audacity\help\manual\man\edit_menu_copy_paste_and_duplicate.html (1 hit)
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    Similar to Copy, but removes the selected audio data and and places these on the Audacity clipboard. Any audio data to the right of the selection are shifted to the left.
    Audacity\help\manual\man\effects_preferences.html (1 hit)
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    • If you have the same plug-in in different locations that are searched by Audacity

    • Audacity\help\manual\man\effect_menu_nyquist.html (1 hit)
      Line 70: Advanced users can adapt Nyquist effects and write completely new ones. See the the Nyquist page for further information.
      Audacity\help\manual\man\error_opening_sound_device.html (1 hit)
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    • 9999 Unanticipated host error: this means means “something is wrong”. And appears to most often be due to either:
      Audacity\help\manual\man\examples_of_generator_usage.html (1 hit)
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      1. Click the the “Skip to Start” button Rewind.png or press Home to place the cursor at the start of the track.

      2. Audacity\help\manual\man\extra_menu_focus.html (1 hit)
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        The Extra > Focus menu provides provides access to extra commands for track focus that are not available in the default Audacity menus.

        Audacity\help\manual\man\extra_menu_scriptables_i.html (1 hit)
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      3. However setting Relative To to a value other than 'Project Start' will give other behaviour.

    Audacity\help\manual\man\faq_editing.html (1 hit)
    Line 91: If Snap-To is set to “Nearest” or “Prior”, selection format set to seconds and you are zoomed in with less than one second of track visible, you will not be able to click or select in the track until you zoom out or set Snap-To to “Off”.
    Audacity\help\manual\man\faq_opening_and_saving_files.html (1 hit)
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    For more detail see the tutorial Tutorial - How to import CDs.
    Audacity\help\manual\man\faq_recording_troubleshooting.html (2 hits)
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    • Quit as many other other applications or processes as possible. In particular, stop anti-virus applications scanning the Audacity Temporary Directory. Disconnect from the internet.

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      • in the Windows Windows Sound controls or Apple]( Audio MIDI Setup

      • Audacity\help\manual\man\file_menu.html (1 hit)
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        To include the Track Control Panel, or to print other parts of the interface, you could use use the Tools > Screenshot function to capture a screen print to a file, then use the print function of your favorite image editor.

        Audacity\help\manual\man\file_menu_recent_files.html (1 hit)
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        To include the Track Control Panel, or to print other parts of the interface, you could use use the Tools > Screenshot function to capture a screen print to a file, then use the print function of your favorite image editor.

        Audacity\help\manual\man\index_of_effects_generators_and_analyzers.html (1 hit)
        Line 133: Classic Filters
        Audacity\help\manual\man\installing_and_updating_audacity_on_mac_os_x.html (1 hit)
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        If you had a previous installation of Audacity 2.1.2 or earlier, its shipped plug-ins were in the “plug-ins” folder where Audacity was installed. Versions of Audacity before 2.1.3 were usually installed inside a folder named “Audacity” which was in the “Applications” folder. Because Audacity's shipped plug-ins are now bundled inside the application, any still extant Nyquist plug-ins that came with previous Audacity will appear as a second copy of the plug-in in the Generate, Effect or Analyze Menu. Duplicates of other previously shipped plug-ins might appear even if they no longer exist, in which case they will fail to run.
        Audacity\help\manual\man\installing_effect_generator_and_analyzer_plug_ins_on_linux.html (1 hit)
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        If you experience a problem with a specific VST effect plug-in in Audacity, please contact]( us.
        Audacity\help\manual\man\installing_effect_generator_and_analyzer_plug_ins_on_mac_os_x.html (1 hit)
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        If you experience a problem with a specific VST effect plug-in in Audacity, please contact]( us.
        Audacity\help\manual\man\installing_effect_generator_and_analyzer_plug_ins_on_windows.html (1 hit)
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        If you experience a problem with a specific VST effect plug-in in Audacity, please contact]( us.
        Audacity\help\manual\man\meter_toolbar.html (1 hit)
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        The Recording Meter has red meter bars and a red Recent Peak indicator and the Playback Meter has green meter bars and a green Recent Peak indicator. This style displays the current RMS level of the signal in a lighter shade of red or green respectively, but the color of the meter bars does not change when when the signal approaches -6 dB or 0 dB.
        Audacity\help\manual\man\mouse_preferences.html (1 hit)
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      • Holding Shift then dragging when in in Time Shift Tool shifts all clips in a track to left or right.

      • Audacity\help\manual\man\multi_view.html (1 hit)
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        There are are couple of ways you can change this.
        Audacity\help\manual\man\nyquist_prompt.html (2 hits)
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        • Load Load a Nyquist plugin or script file saved with .ny extension.

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        • Save Save the current contents of the editor window as an .ny file.

        Audacity\help\manual\man\play.html (1 hit)
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        There are other ways to to play specific regions or drag the playback cursor and special playback commands that can make it easier to find and play the exact audio you need.

        Audacity\help\manual\man\playback.html (1 hit)
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        In the image below, our selection started at 1.0 seconds. C played the two seconds of audio represented by the overlaid orange arrows. There was only only one second of audio between the start of the track and the selection, so only that was played rather than two seconds, then this was followed immediately by the specified one second after the selection.
        Audacity\help\manual\man\playback_tips.html (1 hit)
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      • Zoom out using View > Zoom Zoom Out (or Ctrl + 3)

      • Audacity\help\manual\man\portable_audacity.html (1 hit)
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        When no “Portable Settings” folder is present, Audacity stores user settings in in a home location on the computer as follows:
        Audacity\help\manual\man\punch_and_roll_record.html (2 hits)
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        • This enables you to to correct errors easily during the course of a recording session.

        • Line 86: The Pinned Play/Record Head can be repositioned in the Timeline by clicking on it and dragging in the Timeline. You may find that that a pinned position right of center will be more useful during Punch and Roll recording.
          Audacity\help\manual\man\quality_preferences.html (2 hits)
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          For more detailed information on dither see the the Dither page.

          Audacity\help\manual\man\recording.html (2 hits)
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          • If you have not made any recordings in Audacity before, you may want to try the the Audacity tutorial “Your First Recording” which includes step by step details of how to set up your equipment too.

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          • This enables you to to correct errors easily during the course of a recording session.

          • Audacity\help\manual\man\select_menu.html (1 hit)
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            When playing or recording (or paused):, selection is made from the the position of the Playback cursor PlaybackCursor.png or Recording cursor RecordingCursor.png to the position previously saved by the Select > Store Cursor Position command. For easier use without having to Pause, you may want to add a shortcut for “Cursor to Stored Cursor Position”.
            Audacity\help\manual\man\select_menu_clip_boundaries.html (1 hit)
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            Selects from the current position of the editing cursor or selection forwards to the next next clip boundary, so extending the selection with each use to include further clips (or blank space) until the final clip is reached.
            Audacity\help\manual\man\sync_locked_track_groups_time_stretching.html (1 hit)
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            But note too that the Label track has been stretched, shrunk, appropriately (and not truncated) to maintain synchronicity the the select track, the top track.

    Audacity\help\manual\man\time_toolbar.html (1 hit)
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    It is located by default in the bottom tooldock next to the Selection Toolbar. By default it is double height for easy readability. You can resize it or or relocate it if you wish, see Customizing Toolbar Layout for help with this.
    Audacity\help\manual\man\track_control_panel_and_vertical_scale.html (3 hits)
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    TCP and VS - Mono Track Track with Select button.png

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    TCP and VS - Label Track Track with Select button.png

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    TCP and VS - Time Track Track with Select button.png

    Audacity\help\manual\man\tutorial_click_and_pop_removal_techniques.html (2 hits)
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    Sometimes an even better result can be obtained by zooming in to sample level and either silencing the click using Edit > Remove Special > Silence Audio (or the Ctrl + L shortcut), or using Draw Tool to smooth out the contours of the samples and so attenuate the click. Remember, the click will be visible as a “spike” in the waveform. Most discrete clicks up to 10 milliseconds long can actually be simply silenced or deleted without leaving an audible gap in the sound, although many clicks spread wider that that.
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    • First, select the area of track that has the click, then click in the track name by the downward-pointing arrow to open the Track Dropdown Menu (right). Choose choose Edit > Clip Boundaries > Split New. This moves the selected area into a new track underneath your original track.

    • Audacity\help\manual\man\tutorial_looping.html (1 hit)
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      The lossless PCM WAV format is the best format for loops. Choose “WAV (Microsoft) signed 16-bit PCM” when exporting. Many lossy, size-compressed formats like MP3, WMA and ADPCM]( WAV suffer from added silence at the the start or end of the file or other issues that do not respect the exact length.
      Audacity\help\manual\man\tutorial_recording_and_editing.html (1 hit)
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    • Repeatedly click the Zoom In button image of the zoom in button button until the displayed waveform expands so you can see from the time you stopped talking or playing to the end of the recording

    • Audacity\help\manual\man\vertical_zooming.html (1 hit)
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    • In Waveform (dB) view view only - Hold Ctrl ( on Mac)and Shift and rotate the mouse wheel to vary the lower dB limit of the scale at the same zoom level, irrespective of the limit set at “Meter dB range” in Tracks Preferences. This only takes effect if the horizontal midline between positive and negative samples is visible, so has no effect if you are zoomed in on a portion of the vertical range that does not include the midline.

    I’ve fixed the “ype” to “type” typo (but only for the upcoming next release Manual. - Good catch, thanks.

    The repetitions would appear to be intentional and are part of the HTML markup where an image has a filename which is the same as the display text, the hover-text.