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   * We had half of the participants interact with real OpenSSL error messages and the other half with our re-designed error messages and documentation. Here is the comparison:   * We had half of the participants interact with real OpenSSL error messages and the other half with our re-designed error messages and documentation. Here is the comparison:
     * The self-signed case was considered significantly less trustworthy with our error message (which we consider a success).     * The self-signed case was considered significantly less trustworthy with our error message (which we consider a success).
-    * The name constrained case was also perceived as less trusted and required less time and less online browsing to undestand.+    * The name constrained case was also perceived as less trusted and required less time and less online browsing to understand.
     * The other attributes were comparable – thus, we see our documentation in these cases as better than the existing one.     * The other attributes were comparable – thus, we see our documentation in these cases as better than the existing one.
   * In the redesigned error messages, we included a link to the documentation. To our surprise, 71% of the participants clicked this link. This suggests a nice opportunity of directing the developers to a usable place recommended by the library designers.   * In the redesigned error messages, we included a link to the documentation. To our surprise, 71% of the participants clicked this link. This suggests a nice opportunity of directing the developers to a usable place recommended by the library designers.