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Corrected problems with the usage of it's.

I did not fix the mistake on the quotes page because that is someone's
quote and probably shouldn't be altered without his permission.
Chris Gray 8 years ago
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blorgit.org

@@ -131,7 +131,7 @@ creates interactive web pages with [[http://orgmode.org][Org-Mode]].
 
 * Additional Information
 ** Common Tasks
-Ruby has it's own make tool called [[http://rake.rubyforge.org/][Rake]].  For a list of the blorgit
+Ruby has its own make tool called [[http://rake.rubyforge.org/][Rake]].  For a list of the blorgit
 rake commands run =rake -T= from the root of your blorgit
 installation.  At the time of writing the available rake tasks are...
 

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code/org-info-js/index.org

@@ -749,9 +749,9 @@ org_html_manager.setup ();
   =org\_html\_manager=.
 
   The  =org\_html\_manager::setup()=  function,  that  you  will  have  to  call
-  yourself  (see examples in  [[#setup][Setup]]), sets  up a  timeout function  calling it's
+  yourself  (see examples in  [[#setup][Setup]]), sets  up a  timeout function  calling its
   =init()= function after  50ms. After those 50 ms  The =init()= function starts
-  it's first attempt  to scan the document, using the TOC  as a guide. During
+  its first attempt  to scan the document, using the TOC  as a guide. During
   this scan the  =org\_html\_manager= builds a tree of  nodes, each caching some
   data for later use. Once an element of the document is scanned it is marked by
   setting a property =scanned\_for\_org= to =1=. This way it will not be scanned
@@ -855,7 +855,7 @@ org_html_manager.setup ();
   moving there and hitting =TAB=. The visibility of the entire document structure
   can be changed by pressing =SHIFT+TAB= anywhere. When on a headline, pressing
   =ALT+UP/DOWN= moves the entire subtree to different location in the tree,
-  keeping it's level of indentation. =ALT+LEFT/RIGHT= promotes and demotes the
+  keeping its level of indentation. =ALT+LEFT/RIGHT= promotes and demotes the
   subtree.
 
   [[file:img/emacs23-org.js.org.png]]

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code/org-info-js/org-info-src.js

@@ -259,7 +259,7 @@ OrgNode.prototype.setLinkClass = function (on)
 
 /**
  * This one is called onclick() to toggle the folding state of the node.
- * This one sets it's parent dirty, since node is folded individually. Hence the
+ * This one sets its parent dirty, since node is folded individually. Hence the
  * next folding of parent has to collapse all.
  * @param show_childrens_folders Boolean. This is only used for the special way
  * of toggling of the ROOT element. If true, prevents this OrgNode from showing

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org-configs/org-config-examples.org

@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ find useful.
               (local-set-key "\M-I" 'org-toggle-iimage-in-org)
               ;; fix tab
               (local-set-key "\C-y" 'yank)
-              ;; yasnippet (allow yasnippet to do it's thing in org files)
+              ;; yasnippet (allow yasnippet to do its thing in org files)
               (org-set-local 'yas/trigger-key [tab])
               (define-key yas/keymap [tab] 'yas/next-field-group)))
 #+end_src

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org-contrib/babel/examples/foo.org.html

@@ -362,7 +362,7 @@ using the R chunk
 the <span class="org-code" id="nil-7579">=xtable=</span> method of the <span class="org-code" id="nil-7602">=print=</span> function)
 
 To summarize, Org-babel is terrific, so important that soon we'll not
-be able to get along without it.  It's virtues are
+be able to get along without it.  Its virtues are
 - The numbers and graphics you report are actually what they
   are claimed to be.
 - Your analysis is reproducible.  Even years later, when you've

+ 1 - 1
org-contrib/babel/examples/org-babel-gnuplot.org

@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@ alternative to babel. Instructions already exist on Worg for this.[fn:2] The
 .org file used to create the org-plot Worg entry is linked in the
 Introduction on that page and can be very helpful in getting a feel
 for using gnuplot by using the =#+PLOT= header above a table. This
-page, in contrast, is about using gnuplot in it's "native" form. 
+page, in contrast, is about using gnuplot in its "native" form. 
 
 To do this, babel support for the gnuplot language must be
 enabled. Versions of Org-mode prior to 7.01 required enabling /both/

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org-contrib/babel/languages.org

@@ -88,7 +88,7 @@ first make sure that the requirements of the language are met, then
 you may customize the =org-babel-load-languages= variable, update the
 variable's value manually by adding[fn:1]
 : (lang . t)
-to it's definition.  A line like the following to explicitly /remove/
+to its definition.  A line like the following to explicitly /remove/
 support for a language.
 : (lang . nil)
 

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org-devel.org

@@ -372,7 +372,7 @@ The following notes should be taken into consideration before using Fireforg:
 
    A MIME internet message consists of one or more MIME entities. Each
    MIME entity is of a distinct type and subtype, has a body and
-   optional MIME headers related to it's content.
+   optional MIME headers related to its content.
 
    A MIME entity is represented as a list:
 

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org-people.org

@@ -593,7 +593,7 @@ authoring tool.
 I've had the pleasure of working on a couple of Org-mode related
 projects -- [[file:org-tutorials/org-plot.org][org-plot]], [[file:org-contrib/org-exp-blocks.org][org-exp-blocks]], [[file:blorgit.org][blorgit]] and [[file:org-contrib/babel/index.org][org-babel]].  Writing
 emacs-lisp in Emacs is a pleasure which is greatly amplified by the
-thoughtful construction of Org-mode.  It's readable design, and
+thoughtful construction of Org-mode.  Its readable design, and
 numerous strategically placed hooks and control variables make it the
 most hackable framework I have ever encountered.
 

+ 1 - 1
org-tutorials/images-and-xhtml-export.org

@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@
 
 
   For this tutorial, we assume the variable =org-export-html-inline-images= is
-  unchanged from it's standard setting, i.e. =maybe=. Images are shown in the
+  unchanged from its standard setting, i.e. =maybe=. Images are shown in the
   exported page this way. And we will talk about visible images only.
 
   Don't be afraid. Most of the text in this little tutorial is just blind text

+ 1 - 1
org-tutorials/index.org

@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@
 - [[http://members.optusnet.com.au/~charles57/GTD/orgmode.html][Using Emacs org-mode for GTD]] by [[http://members.optusnet.com.au/~charles57/GTD/][Charles Cave]] contains an
   introduction into Org-mode, among other things.  Charles has also
   written a more extensive document ([[id:50A0DEB1-4B63-4CC4-840E-313615C4BAE3][see below]]), but here we still
-  link to the earlier version because of it's nice overview over
+  link to the earlier version because of its nice overview over
   Org-mode.
 
 - Emacs Org-mode, [[http://article.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/8547][video version of a 2-hour talk]] by Russell Adams at

+ 1 - 1
org-tutorials/org-R/org-R.org

@@ -505,7 +505,7 @@ the R functions which implement them. `tabulate' is really called
 
   Note that, in addition to the actions listed below, you can also use
 action:R-function, where "R-function" is the name of any existing R
-function. The function must be able to take a data frame as it's first
+function. The function must be able to take a data frame as its first
 argument, and must not *require* any further arguments (i.e. any
 further arguyments must have suitable default values). Any numerical
 output will be sent to the org buffer (use output-to-buffer:t to force

+ 1 - 1
org-tutorials/org-R/tmp.org

@@ -486,7 +486,7 @@ the R functions which implement them. `tabulate' is really called
 
   Note that, in addition to the actions listed below, you can also use
 action:R-function, where "R-function" is the name of any existing R
-function. The function must be able to take a data frame as it's first
+function. The function must be able to take a data frame as its first
 argument, and must not *require* any further arguments (i.e. any
 further arguyments must have suitable default values). Any numerical
 output will be sent to the org buffer (use output-to-buffer:t to force

+ 3 - 3
org-tutorials/org-protocol-custom-handler.org

@@ -128,7 +128,7 @@ nil)
   second argument, each elements of the returned list will be URL-decoded using
   =org-protocol-unhex-string=. If the second argument is a function, that function
   is used to decode each element of the list. The function should take a string
-  as it's only parameter, and return the decoded value [fn:1].
+  as its only parameter, and return the decoded value [fn:1].
 
   This is a rewrite of our handler:
 
@@ -152,7 +152,7 @@ nil)
   triggered the handler.
 
   A handler is greedy, if you add the =:greedy= property to
-  =org-protocol-protocol-alist=, regardless of it's return value:
+  =org-protocol-protocol-alist=, regardless of its return value:
 
 #+begin_src emacs-lisp
 (add-to-list 'org-protocol-protocol-alist
@@ -185,7 +185,7 @@ nil)
 
    : ((/dir/org-protocol:/greedy:/one) (/dir/two) (/dir/three  (15 . 42)))
 
-   This is now, what our greedy handler will receive as it's only parameter.
+   This is now, what our greedy handler will receive as its only parameter.
 
    The "=/dir/=" prefix is added by emacsclient. It's the absolute path to its
    working directory.

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org-tutorials/org-publish-html-tutorial.org

@@ -405,7 +405,7 @@
 
 ** The sitemap
 
-   Org-modes great publishing also generates a recursive sitemap. It's name 
+   Org-modes great publishing also generates a recursive sitemap. Its name 
    defaults to =sitemap.org=, which get's in our way, since we have a real 
    startpage as =sitemap.html= [fn:5]. Fortunately there is a configuration 
    option to change the name of the generated sitemap. To generate the sitemap,

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org-tutorials/org-vcs.org

@@ -519,7 +519,7 @@ or find a wifi hotspot, the files on my laptop shouldn't be more than
 changes when I get back home.
 
 * Conclusion.
-So far my system has proved quite robust. it's also useful having the full version
+So far my system has proved quite robust. It's also useful having the full version
 history of my org files on each computer.
 * Further Information.
 You can find out more about bzr at:

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org-tutorials/org4beginners.org

@@ -355,7 +355,7 @@ t List of all TODO entries
 
    For us, the important part is in the middle (lines 5 and 6), the line with
    /org-agenda-files/. There we see the list of files agenda uses to
-   create it's lists. For now we can just leave it there, but at least
+   create its lists. For now we can just leave it there, but at least
    you know what it is, when you later look at your config-file.
    Further reading: [[http://orgmode.org/worg/org-tutorials/org-custom-agenda-commands.html][Custom agenda commands]]
 * GTD
@@ -401,7 +401,7 @@ Current:
 
    It is always possible to override your settings by adding something
    else to the top of the document. This way every document can have
-   it's own workflow and/or tags.
+   its own workflow and/or tags.
 
    An extensive example of working with tags can be found [[http://sachachua.com/wp/2008/01/04/tagging-in-org-plus-bonus-code-for-timeclocks-and-tags/][here]] as well.
 * Export