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Is there a typo for Retriggerable One Pulse Mode in the STM32F7 documentation?

Question asked by Dennis Ai on Mar 12, 2018

The documentation for the STM32F7 reads on pg.1017:

 

OC1M: Output compare 1 mode

1000: Retriggerable OPM mode 1 - In up-counting mode, the channel is active until a trigger
event is detected (on TRGI signal). Then, a comparison is performed as in PWM mode 1
and the channels becomes inactive again at the next update. In down-counting mode, the
channel is inactive until a trigger event is detected (on TRGI signal). Then, a comparison is
performed as in PWM mode 1 and the channels becomes inactive again at the next update.
1001: Retriggerable OPM mode 2 - In up-counting mode, the channel is inactive until a
trigger event is detected (on TRGI signal). Then, a comparison is performed as in PWM
mode 2 and the channels becomes inactive again at the next update. In down-counting
mode, the channel is active until a trigger event is detected (on TRGI signal). Then, a
comparison is performed as in PWM mode 1 and the channels becomes active again at the
next update.

 

I highlighted the text in bold that might be a typo.  Shouldn't the channel be inactive until a trigger event is detected?  Otherwise, the following sentence where it says "...the channel is inactive again until a trigger event is detected" makes no sense.

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