Commit 4c9a7c37 by Thomas White

### Update manual

parent ab13acc5
 ... ... @@ -243,7 +243,7 @@ When using \fB--peaks=hdf5\fR, read the peak locations from a table in the HDF5 .PD 0 .IP \fB--tolerance=\fR\fItol\fR .PD Set the tolerances for unit cell comparison. \fItol\fR takes the form \fIa\fR,\fIb\fR,\fIc\fR,\fIang\fR. \fIa\fR, \fIb\fR and \fIc\fR are the tolerances, in percent, for the respective direct space axes when using \fB-axes\fR in the indexing method (see below). \fIang\fR is the tolerance in degrees for the angles. When \fBnot\fR using \fB-axes\fR, they represent the respective \fIreciprocal\fR space parameters. Sorry for the horrifying inconsistency. Set the tolerances for unit cell comparison. \fItol\fR takes the form \fIa\fR,\fIb\fR,\fIc\fR,\fIang\fR. \fIa\fR, \fIb\fR and \fIc\fR are the tolerances, in percent, for the respective \fIreciprocal\fR space axes, and \fIang\fR is the tolerance in degrees for the reciprocal space angles. If the unit cell is centered, the tolerances are applied to the corresponding primitive unit cell. .PD The default is \fB--tolerance=5,5,5,1.5\fR. ... ...
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