SDL: Sync SDL3 wiki -> header (27b93)

From 27b931a8a072dd45429db7557a48c72696a9f783 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: SDL Wiki Bot <[EMAIL REDACTED]>
Date: Fri, 3 May 2024 18:11:35 +0000
Subject: [PATCH] Sync SDL3 wiki -> header

---
 include/SDL3/SDL_dialog.h | 50 +++++++++++++++++++--------------------
 1 file changed, 25 insertions(+), 25 deletions(-)

diff --git a/include/SDL3/SDL_dialog.h b/include/SDL3/SDL_dialog.h
index bcbb0738f0c38..4f4acbd130a51 100644
--- a/include/SDL3/SDL_dialog.h
+++ b/include/SDL3/SDL_dialog.h
@@ -104,16 +104,16 @@ typedef void(SDLCALL *SDL_DialogFileCallback)(void *userdata, const char * const
  * \param callback An SDL_DialogFileCallback to be invoked when the user
  *                 selects a file and accepts, or cancels the dialog, or an
  *                 error occurs. The first argument is a null-terminated list
- *                 of C strings, representing the paths chosen by the user. The
- *                 list will be empty if the user canceled the dialog, and it
- *                 will be NULL if an error occured. If an error occured, it
- *                 can be fetched with SDL_GetError(). The second argument is
- *                 the userdata pointer passed to the function. The third
- *                 argument is the index of the filter selected by the user, or
- *                 one past the index of the last filter (therefore the index
- *                 of the terminating NULL filter) if no filter was chosen, or
- *                 -1 if the platform does not support detecting the selected
- *                 filter.
+ *                 of C strings, representing the paths chosen by the user.
+ *                 The list will be empty if the user canceled the dialog, and
+ *                 it will be NULL if an error occured. If an error occured,
+ *                 it can be fetched with SDL_GetError(). The second argument
+ *                 is the userdata pointer passed to the function. The third
+ *                 argument is the index of the filter selected by the user,
+ *                 or one past the index of the last filter (therefore the
+ *                 index of the terminating NULL filter) if no filter was
+ *                 chosen, or -1 if the platform does not support detecting
+ *                 the selected filter.
  * \param userdata An optional pointer to pass extra data to the callback when
  *                 it will be invoked.
  * \param window The window that the dialog should be modal for. May be NULL.
@@ -156,16 +156,16 @@ extern DECLSPEC void SDLCALL SDL_ShowOpenFileDialog(SDL_DialogFileCallback callb
  * \param callback An SDL_DialogFileCallback to be invoked when the user
  *                 selects a file and accepts, or cancels the dialog, or an
  *                 error occurs. The first argument is a null-terminated list
- *                 of C strings, representing the paths chosen by the user. The
- *                 list will be empty if the user canceled the dialog, and it
- *                 will be NULL if an error occured. If an error occured, it
- *                 can be fetched with SDL_GetError(). The second argument is
- *                 the userdata pointer passed to the function. The third
- *                 argument is the index of the filter selected by the user, or
- *                 one past the index of the last filter (therefore the index
- *                 of the terminating NULL filter) if no filter was chosen, or
- *                 -1 if the platform does not support detecting the selected
- *                 filter.
+ *                 of C strings, representing the paths chosen by the user.
+ *                 The list will be empty if the user canceled the dialog, and
+ *                 it will be NULL if an error occured. If an error occured,
+ *                 it can be fetched with SDL_GetError(). The second argument
+ *                 is the userdata pointer passed to the function. The third
+ *                 argument is the index of the filter selected by the user,
+ *                 or one past the index of the last filter (therefore the
+ *                 index of the terminating NULL filter) if no filter was
+ *                 chosen, or -1 if the platform does not support detecting
+ *                 the selected filter.
  * \param userdata An optional pointer to pass extra data to the callback when
  *                 it will be invoked.
  * \param window The window that the dialog should be modal for. May be NULL.
@@ -206,11 +206,11 @@ extern DECLSPEC void SDLCALL SDL_ShowSaveFileDialog(SDL_DialogFileCallback callb
  * \param callback An SDL_DialogFileCallback to be invoked when the user
  *                 selects a file and accepts, or cancels the dialog, or an
  *                 error occurs. The first argument is a null-terminated list
- *                 of C strings, representing the paths chosen by the user. The
- *                 list will be empty if the user canceled the dialog, and it
- *                 will be NULL if an error occured. If an error occured, it
- *                 can be fetched with SDL_GetError(). The second argument is
- *                 the userdata pointer passed to the function. The third
+ *                 of C strings, representing the paths chosen by the user.
+ *                 The list will be empty if the user canceled the dialog, and
+ *                 it will be NULL if an error occured. If an error occured,
+ *                 it can be fetched with SDL_GetError(). The second argument
+ *                 is the userdata pointer passed to the function. The third
  *                 argument is always -1 for SDL_ShowOpenFolderDialog.
  * \param userdata An optional pointer to pass extra data to the callback when
  *                 it will be invoked.