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 The scene editor is composed of several other smaller editors: The scene editor is composed of several other smaller editors:
-  * The main area allows you to put objects on the scene so as to create a level, ​main menu...+  * The main area allows you to put objects on the scene so as to create a level, ​the main menu...
   * On the right, the objects available for the scene are displayed by the [[edit_object|objects editor]].   * On the right, the objects available for the scene are displayed by the [[edit_object|objects editor]].
   * You can display the events by clicking on the ''​Events''​ tab which is on the bottom.   * You can display the events by clicking on the ''​Events''​ tab which is on the bottom.
-  * Others ​editors can also be used but are not shown by default: For example, the layers editor can be displayed by clicking on its icon in the ribbon.+  * Other editors can also be used but are not shown by default: For example, the layers editor can be displayed by clicking on its icon in the ribbon.
  
 ==== Add objects ==== ==== Add objects ====
  
-To add objects, make a right click on the scene and choose ''​Add an object''​. You can also directly use the [[edit_object|objects editor]]:+To add objects, make a right-click on the scene and choose ''​Add an object''​. You can also directly use the [[edit_object|objects editor]]:
  
 {{wiki:​edit_object.png}} {{wiki:​edit_object.png}}
  
-To put objects on the scene, do a drag'​n'​drop: Make a click on an object in the list and keep the left button pressed. Then, move the cursor over the scene and release the left button to put the object.\\+To put objects on the scene, do a drag-drop: Make a click on an object in the list and keep the left button pressed. Then, move the cursor over the scene and release the left button to put the object.\\
 You can learn more about the objects editor on [[gdevelop:​documentation:​manual:​editors:​scene_editor:​edit_scene_edit|its page]]. You can learn more about the objects editor on [[gdevelop:​documentation:​manual:​editors:​scene_editor:​edit_scene_edit|its page]].
  
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 This quick overview was designed to present the most useful editors.\\ This quick overview was designed to present the most useful editors.\\
-If you want to learn more about a specific editor, browse the [[gdevelop:​documentation|table of contents]] of the help to find the appropriate page.+If you want to learn more about a specific editor, browse the [[gdevelop: documentation|table of contents]] of the help to find the appropriate page.
  
 Learn more about how to use GDevelop by reading the **[[gdevelop:​documentation:​manual:​edit_getstart|Getting Started page]]**. Learn more about how to use GDevelop by reading the **[[gdevelop:​documentation:​manual:​edit_getstart|Getting Started page]]**.