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Make manual translatable

This adds a list of translation above the ToC
and adds a config for Transifex.
parent 2d2cd3d8
[main]
host = https://www.transifex.com
[briar.manual]
source_file = content/_index.md
file_filter = content/_index.<lang>.md
type = GITHUBMARKDOWN
mode = developer
source_lang = en
minimum_perc = 100
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baseURL = "https://briarproject.org/manual"
languageCode = "en-us"
title = "Briar User Manual"
theme = "briar-manual"
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languageCode = "en"
DefaultContentLanguage = "en"
canonifyURLs = "true"
theme = "briar-manual"
[languages]
[languages.en]
languageName = "English"
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> **Tip:** If you're not sure whether you have an Android device, check whether it has the Play Store app. If it does, it runs Android.
If you have an Android device but you prefer not to use Google Play, the Briar website has instructions for installing the app via <a href="https://briarproject.org/fdroid.html">F-Droid</a> or <a href="https://briarproject.org/apk.html">direct download</a>.
If you have an Android device but you prefer not to use Google Play, the Briar website has instructions for installing the app via [F-Droid](https://briarproject.org/fdroid.html) or [direct download](https://briarproject.org/apk.html).
# Creating an Account
<img src="img/create-account.png" alt="Creating an account">
![Creating an account](/img/create-account.png)
The first time you open Briar you'll be asked to create an account. You can choose any nickname and password. The password should be at least 8 characters long and hard to guess.
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Tap "Create Account". When your account has been created you'll be taken to the contact list.
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# Adding Contacts
<img src="img/add-contact-options-cropped.png" alt="Options for adding a contact">
![Options for adding a contact](/img/add-contact-options-cropped.png)
To add a contact, tap the plus icon at the bottom right of the contact list.
Choose one of the two options that appear.
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## Add contact at a distance
<img src="img/add-contact-remotely.png" alt="Adding a contact at a distance">
![Adding a contact at a distance](/img/add-contact-remotely.png)
Copy the <code>briar://</code> link and send it to the person you want to add.
You can also use the "Share" button to choose an app for sending the link.
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If Briar can't connect to your contact after 48 hours, the pending contact list will show the message "Adding contact has failed". Both of you should delete the pending contact from the list and add each other's links again.
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<img src="img/add-contact-pending-cropped.png" alt="Pending Contacts">
![Pending Contacts](/img/add-contact-pending-cropped.png)
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## Add contact nearby
<img src="img/add-contact-1.png" alt="Adding a contact, step 1">
![Adding a contact, step 1](/img/add-contact-1.png)
Another way to add a contact is to meet up with the person you want to add. Each of you will scan a QR code from the other person's screen. This ensures you're connecting to the right person, so nobody else can impersonate you or read your messages.
Tap "Continue" when you're ready to start.
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<img src="img/add-contact-2.png" alt="Adding a contact, step 2">
![Adding a contact, step 2](/img/add-contact-2.png)
Line up your contact's QR code in the viewfinder. You may have to wait a few seconds for the camera to focus.
When the camera has scanned the QR code you'll see the message "Waiting for contact to scan and connect". Now your contact should scan your QR code.
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<img src="img/contact-list-with-contact-cropped.png" alt="The contact list showing a newly added contact">
![The contact list showing a newly added contact](/img/contact-list-with-contact-cropped.png)
Your devices will exchange information, and after a few seconds you'll be added to each other's contact lists. Congratulations! You're ready to communicate securely.
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# Messaging ##
<img src="img/manual_messaging-cropped.png" alt="A private messaging conversation">
![A private messaging conversation](/img/manual_messaging-cropped.png)
To send a private message, tap a contact's name in the contact list.
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If your contact is offline, your message will be delivered next time you're both online.
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# Introducing Contacts ##
<img src="img/introduction-1-cropped.png" alt="Starting an introduction">
![Starting an introduction](/img/introduction-1-cropped.png)
You can introduce your contacts to each other through Briar. This allows them to become contacts without having to meet up. To start an introduction, tap a contact's name in the contact list and choose "Make Introduction" from the menu.
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<img src="img/introduction-2-cropped.png" alt="Choosing the second contact">
![Choosing the second contact](/img/introduction-2-cropped.png)
Next, choose the other contact you want to introduce.
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<img src="img/introduction-3-cropped.png" alt="Adding a message to both contacts">
![Adding a message to both contacts](/img/introduction-3-cropped.png)
Add an optional message to the contacts, then tap "Make Introduction".
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<img src="img/introduction-5-cropped.png" alt="An introduction request">
![An introduction request](/img/introduction-5-cropped.png)
Your contacts will see a message asking them whether they accept the introduction. If they both accept they'll be added to each other's contact lists and they'll be able to communicate securely.
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# Private Groups ##
<img src="img/nav-drawer-private-groups.png" alt="The main menu showing the private groups feature selected">
![The main menu showing the private groups feature selected](/img/nav-drawer-private-groups.png)
You can use Briar for group chats with your contacts. To create a group, open the main menu and choose "Private Groups". The private group list will open. Tap the plus icon to create a new group.
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<img src="img/create-private-group-1-cropped.png" alt="Creating a private group, step 1">
![Creating a private group, step 1](/img/create-private-group-1-cropped.png)
Choose a name for your group, then tap "Create Group".
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<img src="img/create-private-group-2-cropped.png" alt="Creating a private group, step 2">
![Creating a private group, step 2](/img/create-private-group-2-cropped.png)
Next choose the contacts you'd like to invite to join the group. Press the checkmark icon when you're done.
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<img src="img/create-private-group-3-cropped.png" alt="Creating a private group, step 3">
![Creating a private group, step 3](/img/create-private-group-3-cropped.png)
Add an optional message to the chosen contacts, then tap "Send Invitation". The contacts will see a message inviting them to join.
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<img src="img/create-private-group-4-cropped.png" alt="The private group list showing a newly created group">
![The private group list showing a newly created group](/img/create-private-group-4-cropped.png)
The new group will be added to your private group list. This list shows all the groups you belong to.
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<img src="img/private-group-2.png" alt="A conversation in a private group">
![A conversation in a private group](/img/private-group-2.png)
Messages in private groups are organized into threads. Any member can reply to a message or start a new thread.
The creator of the group is the only one who can invite new members. Any member can leave the group. If the creator leaves, the group is dissolved.
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# Forums
<img src="img/nav-drawer-forums.png" alt="The main menu showing the forums feature selected">
![The main menu showing the forums feature selected](/img/nav-drawer-forums.png)
A forum is a public conversation. Unlike a private group, anyone who joins a forum can invite their own contacts.
To create a forum, open the main menu and choose "Forums". The forum list will open. Tap the plus icon to create a new forum.
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<img src="img/create-forum-1-cropped.png" alt="Creating a forum">
![Creating a forum](/img/create-forum-1-cropped.png)
Choose a name for your forum, then tap "Create Forum".
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<img src="img/create-forum-2-cropped.png" alt="The forum list showing a newly created forum">
![The forum list showing a newly created forum](/img/create-forum-2-cropped.png)
The new forum will be added to your forum list. This list shows all the forums you belong to.
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<img src="img/share-forum-1-cropped.png" alt="Sharing a forum, step 1">
![Sharing a forum, step 1](/img/share-forum-1-cropped.png)
To share a forum with your contacts, tap the forum to open it, then tap the sharing icon.
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<img src="img/share-forum-2-cropped.png" alt="Sharing a forum, step 2">
![Sharing a forum, step 2](/img/share-forum-2-cropped.png)
Next choose the contacts you'd like to share the forum with. Press the checkmark icon when you're done.
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<img src="img/share-forum-3-cropped.png" alt="Sharing a forum, step 3">
![Sharing a forum, step 3](/img/share-forum-3-cropped.png)
Add an optional message to the chosen contacts, then tap "Share Forum". The contacts will see a message inviting them to join.
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<img src="img/forum-1.png" alt="A conversation in a forum">
![A conversation in a forum](/img/forum-1.png)
Messages in forums are organized into threads. Any member can reply to a message or start a new thread.
Any member of a forum can invite new members, and any member including the creator can leave the forum. The forum continues to exist until the last member leaves.
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# Blogs
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<img src="img/nav-drawer-blogs.png" alt="The main menu showing the blogs feature selected">
![The main menu showing the blogs feature selected](/img/nav-drawer-blogs.png)
Your Briar account has a built-in blog. You can use it to post news and updates about your life. Your blog is automatically shared with your contacts, and their blogs are shared with you.
To read your contacts' blogs or write a post, open the main menu and choose "Blogs".
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<img src="img/write-blog-post-1-cropped.png" alt="Writing a blog post, step 1">
![Writing a blog post, step 1](/img/write-blog-post-1-cropped.png)
To write a post, tap the pen icon at the top of the blog feed.
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<img src="img/write-blog-post-2-cropped.png" alt="Writing a blog post, step 2">
![Writing a blog post, step 2](/img/write-blog-post-2-cropped.png)
Write your post and tap "Publish".
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<img src="img/write-blog-post-3-cropped.png" alt="The blog feed showing a newly created post">
![The blog feed showing a newly created post](/img/write-blog-post-3-cropped.png)
Your new post will appear in the blog feed.
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<img src="img/reblog-1-cropped.png" alt="Reblogging a post, step 1">
![Reblogging a post, step 1](/img/reblog-1-cropped.png)
To reblog a post, tap the reblog icon at the corner of the post.
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<img src="img/reblog-2-cropped.png" alt="Reblogging a post, step 2">
![Reblogging a post, step 2](/img/reblog-2-cropped.png)
Add an optional comment and tap "Reblog".
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<img src="img/reblog-3-cropped.png" alt="Reblogging a post, step 3">
![Reblogging a post, step 3](/img/reblog-3-cropped.png)
The reblogged post will appear in the blog feed with your comment attached.
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# RSS Feeds
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> **Tip:** RSS is a way for websites to publish articles in a form that's easy to republish.
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<img src="img/import-rss-feed-1-cropped.png" alt="Importing an RSS feed, step 1">
![Importing an RSS feed, step 1](/img/import-rss-feed-1-cropped.png)
To import an RSS feed, open the blog feed and choose "Import RSS Feed" from the menu.
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<img src="img/import-rss-feed-2-cropped.png" alt="Importing an RSS feed, step 2">
![Importing an RSS feed, step 2](/img/import-rss-feed-2-cropped.png)
Enter the URL of the RSS feed and tap "Import". The articles will be downloaded and added to the blog feed. This can take a few minutes.
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<img src="img/import-rss-feed-3-cropped.png" alt="The blog feed showing a newly imported RSS article">
![The blog feed showing a newly imported RSS article](/img/import-rss-feed-3-cropped.png)
When new articles are published, Briar will download them automatically. Imported articles are not shared with your contacts unless you choose to reblog them.
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<img src="img/manage-rss-feeds-1-cropped.png" alt="Managing RSS feeds, step 1">
![Managing RSS feeds, step 1](/img/manage-rss-feeds-1-cropped.png)
To manage your RSS feeds, open the blog feed and choose "Manage RSS Feeds" from the menu.
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<img src="img/manage-rss-feeds-2-cropped.png" alt="Managing RSS feeds, step 2">
![Managing RSS feeds, step 2](/img/manage-rss-feeds-2-cropped.png)
Tap the trash icon to remove a feed. The imported articles will be removed from the blog feed, except for any articles you've reblogged.
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# Deleting Contacts #
<img src="img/delete-contact-cropped.png" alt="Deleting a contact">
![Deleting a contact](/img/delete-contact-cropped.png)
To delete a contact, tap the contact's name in the contact list and choose "Delete contact" from the menu.
> **Tip:** To protect your privacy, the contact won't be notified that you've deleted them. They'll just see you as offline from now on.
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# Settings
<img src="img/manual_dark_theme_settings-cropped.png" alt="The list of settings">
![The list of settings](/img/manual_dark_theme_settings-cropped.png)
To find the settings, open the main menu and choose "Settings".
Here you can customize your Briar experience.
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## Theme
<img src="img/manual_dark_theme_nav_drawer-cropped.png" alt="The main menu in a dark theme">
![The main menu in a dark theme](/img/manual_dark_theme_nav_drawer-cropped.png)
You can change the color scheme that Briar uses:
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* **Automatic:** Briar will change its color scheme based on the time of day.
* **System default:** Briar will use the system's color scheme.
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## Connect via Internet (Tor)
<img src="img/manual_tor_settings-cropped.png" alt="The 'Networks' section of the settings screen">
![The 'Networks' section of the settings screen](/img/manual_tor_settings-cropped.png)
> **Tip:** Briar uses Tor to connect to the internet. Tor is a network of computers run by volunteers around the world to help people access the internet privately and without censorship. "Bridges" are computers that can help you connect to Tor if your government or internet provider is blocking it.
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## Screen Lock
<img src="img/manual_app_lock-cropped.png" alt="The 'Security' section of the settings screen">
![The 'Security' section of the settings screen](/img/manual_app_lock-cropped.png)
> **Tip:** This feature is not available on Android version 4.
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Briar uses the same PIN, pattern or password that you normally use to unlock your device, so this setting will be disabled (grayed out) if you haven't chosen a PIN, pattern or password yet. You can use your device's Settings app to choose one.
<img src="img/manual_app_lock_nav_drawer-cropped.png" alt="The main menu showing the 'Lock App' option">
![The main menu showing the 'Lock App' option](/img/manual_app_lock_nav_drawer-cropped.png)
When the screen lock setting is activated, a "Lock App" option will be added to Briar's main menu. You can use this option to lock Briar without signing out.
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<img src="img/manual_app_lock_keyguard.png" alt="Unlocking Briar">
![Unlocking Briar](/img/manual_app_lock_keyguard.png)
When Briar is locked, you'll be asked for your PIN, pattern or password to unlock it.
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## Screen Lock Inactivity Timeout
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translations:
other: "Übersetzungen"
toc:
other: "Inhaltsverzeichnis"
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# Transifex support depends on https://github.com/gohugoio/hugo/issues/5242
translations:
other: "Translations"
toc:
other: "Table of Contents"
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<title>{{ block "title" . }}{{ with .Params.Title }}{{ . }} | {{ end }}{{ .Site.Title }}{{ end }}</title>
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0" />
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
<link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href='{{ "css/style.css" }}'/>
<link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href='{{ "css/pilcrow.css" }}'/>
<link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href='{{ "css/hljs-github.min.css" }}'/>
<link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href='{{ "/css/style.css" }}'/>
<link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href='{{ "/css/pilcrow.css" }}'/>
<link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href='{{ "/css/hljs-github.min.css" }}'/>
</head>
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<div id="toc">
<div id="toc-inner">
{{ if .IsTranslated }}
<h4>{{ i18n "translations" }}</h4>
<ul class="nav-list">
{{ range .Translations }}
<li>
<a href="{{ .Permalink }}">{{ .Language.LanguageName }}: {{ .Title }}</a>
</li>
{{ end }}
</ul>
{{ end }}
<h4>{{ i18n "toc" }}</h4>
{{ .TableOfContents }}
</div>
</div>
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