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+<section name='turntable gallery'>
   <turntable>
-       <para>While scratching with the mouse usually <italic>sounds</italic>
-       the way terminatorX users want it to (at least if the feedback I get is
-       representative) it doesn't really <italic>feel</italic> like scratching.
-       The only way to get that traditional haptic feedback is to turn your turntable
-       into a mouse device.
-       </para>
-       <para>If you want to do this without harming your mouse nor turntable, the method
-       suggested by the terminatorX logo should be feasible. Optical input devices are
-       known to produce best results in such a scenario. For those interested here's a 
-       <link ref="oldtable.html">document</link> on how I turned my old turntable into
-       a terminatorX device.
-       </para>
-       <para>
-       Luckily a lot of terminatorX users have built their own turntables and I'm really
-       happy to present some of these creations below. Please, if <italic>your</italic> turntable
-       is missing <link ref="mailto:alex@lisas.de">send</link> me some pictures of it
-       so I can add them here. <bold>Thanks</bold> to all contributors!
-       </para>
-       <turntabletable>
-               <tt title="Fernando's turntable">
-                       <author>
-                               <person>
-                                       <name>Fernando S. Fabreti</name>
-                                       <email>ffabreti@yahoo.com.br</email>
-                               </person>
-                       </author>
-                       <text>
-                               <para>Fernando's turntable differs from 
-                               the others in this section as he attached the mouse
-                               to the tone arm of the turntable. Take a look at the "in detail"
-                               picture to find out how Fernando's table works.
-                               </para>
-                               <para><italic>Note</italic>: Fernando also contributed a scratch - see
-                               <link ref="scratches.html">users' scratches-section</link>.
-                               </para>
-                       </text>
-                       <ttimages>
-                       <image filename="fernando1.jpg"><nopara>The whole thing</nopara></image>
-                       <image filename="fernando2.jpg"><nopara>A little closer</nopara></image>
-                       <image filename="fernando3.jpg"><nopara>Even closer</nopara></image>
-                       <image filename="fernando4.jpg"><nopara>In detail</nopara></image>
-                       <image filename="fernando5.jpg"><nopara>Fernado in action</nopara></image>
-                       </ttimages>
-               </tt>
-               <tt title="Toqer's turntable">
-                       <author><person><name>Toqer</name><email>toqer@pacbell.net</email></person></author>
-                       <text>
-                               <para>Toqer is using an optical device for his turntable.
-                               The image is somewhat low-res but you get the idea.
-                               </para>
-                       </text>
-                       <ttimages>
-                               <image filename="toqer1.jpg"><nopara>Toqer's optical turntable</nopara></image>
-                       </ttimages>
-               </tt>           
-               <tt title="Matt's turntable">
-                       <author><person><name>Matt Thomas</name><email>loopdloop@jaggedsoft.com</email></person></author>
-                       <text>
-                               <para>Proudly presenting DJ Loopdloop's terminatorX turntable.
-                               A very interesting aproach that hides the mouse completely inside
-                               the turntable.
-                               </para>
-                               <para>Have a look...
-                               </para>
-                       </text>
-                       <ttimages>
-                               <image filename="matt1.jpg"><nopara>Could be a "usual" turntable</nopara></image>
-                               <image filename="matt2.jpg"><nopara>But it's not</nopara></image>
-                               <image filename="matt3.jpg"><nopara>Tricky details</nopara></image>
-                       </ttimages>
-               </tt>           
-               <tt title="My turntable">
-                       <author><person><name>Me</name><email>alex@lisas.de</email></person></author>
-                       <text>
-                               <para>These are the pictures of my very own terminatorX turntable.
-                               The turntable is described in more detail <link ref="oldtable.html">here</link>.
-                               </para>
-                       </text>
-                       <ttimages>
-                               <image filename="tt_normal.jpg"><nopara>The turntable and its connector</nopara></image>
-                               <image filename="tt_top1.jpg"><nopara>Again</nopara></image>
-                               <image filename="tt_top_zoom.jpg"><nopara>The motor</nopara></image>
-                               <image filename="tt_open_total.jpg"><nopara>Turntable's inside</nopara></image>
-                               <image filename="tt_mouse_axis.jpg"><nopara>The axis to connect</nopara></image>
-                               <image filename="tt_mouse_connect.jpg"><nopara>Axis attached to motor</nopara></image>
-                               <image filename="tt_the_mouse.jpg"><nopara>Maximum compatibility ;)</nopara></image>
-                       </ttimages>
-               </tt>
-       </turntabletable>       
-       <para>
-       Your turntable is missing? Please,
-       <link ref="mailto:alex@lisas.de">send</link> me some pictures of it
-       so I can add them.
-       </para>
-
+    <para>While scratching with the mouse usually 
+    <italic>sounds</italic> the way terminatorX users want it to (at least if
+    the feedback I get is representative) it doesn't really 
+    <italic>feel</italic> like scratching. The only way to get that traditional
+    haptic feedback is to turn your turntable into a mouse device.</para>
+    <para>If you want to do this without harming your mouse nor turntable, the
+    method suggested by the terminatorX logo should be feasible. Optical input
+    devices are known to produce best results in such a scenario. For those
+    interested here's a 
+    <link ref='oldtable.html'>document</link> on how I turned my old turntable
+    into a terminatorX device.</para>
+    <para>Luckily a lot of terminatorX users have built their own turntables
+    and I'm really happy to present some of these creations below. Please, if 
+    <italic>your</italic>turntable is missing 
+    <link ref='mailto:alex@lisas.de'>send</link> me some pictures of it so I can
+    add them here. 
+    <bold>Thanks</bold>to all contributors!</para>
+    <turntabletable>
+      <tt title="Fernando's turntable">
+        <author>
+          <person>
+            <name>Fernando S. Fabreti</name>
+            <email>ffabreti@yahoo.com.br</email>
+          </person>
+        </author>
+        <text>
+          <para>Fernando's turntable differs from the others in this section as
+          he attached the mouse to the tone arm of the turntable. Take a look
+          at the "in detail" picture to find out how Fernando's table
+          works.</para>
+          <para>
+          <italic>Note</italic>: Fernando also contributed a scratch - see 
+          <link ref='scratches.html'>users' scratches-section</link>.</para>
+        </text>
+        <ttimages>
+          <image filename='fernando1.jpg'>
+            <nopara>The whole thing</nopara>
+          </image>
+          <image filename='fernando2.jpg'>
+            <nopara>A little closer</nopara>
+          </image>
+          <image filename='fernando3.jpg'>
+            <nopara>Even closer</nopara>
+          </image>
+          <image filename='fernando4.jpg'>
+            <nopara>In detail</nopara>
+          </image>
+          <image filename='fernando5.jpg'>
+            <nopara>Fernado in action</nopara>
+          </image>
+        </ttimages>
+      </tt>
+      <tt title="Toqer's turntable">
+        <author>
+          <person>
+            <name>Toqer</name>
+            <email>toqer@pacbell.net</email>
+          </person>
+        </author>
+        <text>
+          <para>Toqer is using an optical device for his turntable. The image
+          is somewhat low-res but you get the idea.</para>
+        </text>
+        <ttimages>
+          <image filename='toqer1.jpg'>
+            <nopara>Toqer's optical turntable</nopara>
+          </image>
+        </ttimages>
+      </tt>
+      <tt title="Matt's turntable">
+        <author>
+          <person>
+            <name>Matt Thomas</name>
+            <email>loopdloop@jaggedsoft.com</email>
+          </person>
+        </author>
+        <text>
+          <para>Proudly presenting DJ Loopdloop's terminatorX turntable. A very
+          interesting aproach that hides the mouse completely inside the
+          turntable.</para>
+          <para>Have a look...</para>
+        </text>
+        <ttimages>
+          <image filename='matt1.jpg'>
+            <nopara>Could be a "usual" turntable</nopara>
+          </image>
+          <image filename='matt2.jpg'>
+            <nopara>But it's not</nopara>
+          </image>
+          <image filename='matt3.jpg'>
+            <nopara>Tricky details</nopara>
+          </image>
+        </ttimages>
+      </tt>
+      <tt title='My turntable'>
+        <author>
+          <person>
+            <name>Me</name>
+            <email>alex@lisas.de</email>
+          </person>
+        </author>
+        <text>
+          <para>These are the pictures of my very own terminatorX turntable.
+          The turntable is described in more detail 
+          <link ref='oldtable.html'>here</link>.</para>
+        </text>
+        <ttimages>
+          <image filename='tt_normal.jpg'>
+            <nopara>The turntable and its connector</nopara>
+          </image>
+          <image filename='tt_top1.jpg'>
+            <nopara>Again</nopara>
+          </image>
+          <image filename='tt_top_zoom.jpg'>
+            <nopara>The motor</nopara>
+          </image>
+          <image filename='tt_open_total.jpg'>
+            <nopara>Turntable's inside</nopara>
+          </image>
+          <image filename='tt_mouse_axis.jpg'>
+            <nopara>The axis to connect</nopara>
+          </image>
+          <image filename='tt_mouse_connect.jpg'>
+            <nopara>Axis attached to motor</nopara>
+          </image>
+          <image filename='tt_the_mouse.jpg'>
+            <nopara>Maximum compatibility ;)</nopara>
+          </image>
+        </ttimages>
+      </tt>
+    </turntabletable>
+    <para>Your turntable is missing? Please, 
+    <link ref='mailto:alex@lisas.de'>send</link> me some pictures of it so I can
+    add them.</para>
   </turntable>
 </section>
-