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This is the string used for the '%0' in the above string.
This is only for the stdio UI, so choose something easy and
reasonable for the user to manually type. The graphical UIs use a
different string for their button ("Back" vs "back" specifically).
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This is the prompt in the stdio driver when user input is expected.
There are leading/trailing spaces here. Each one represents a space character. Enter a space in the equivalent position in the translation.
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%0: %1%%
That's meant to be the name of an item (%0) and the percent done (%1).
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%0 (total progress: %1%%)
The stdio UI uses this to show current status (%0),
and overall progress as percentage of work complete (%1).
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Accept this license?
This prompt is shown to the end-user after an End User License Agreement
has been displayed, asking them if the license text is acceptable to
them. It's a yes/no question.
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This is a GTK+ button label for yes/no/always/never questions.
The '_' comes before the hotkey character.
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Archive not found
This is an error message reported when a .zip file (or whatever) that
we need can't be located.
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Are you sure you want to cancel installation?
This prompt is shown to the user when they click the "Cancel" button,
to confirm they really want to stop. It's a yes/no question.
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The opposite of "next", used as a UI button label.
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This is a GTK+ button label. The '_' comes before the hotkey character.
"Back" might be using 'B' in English. This button brings up a file
dialog where the end-user can navigate to and select files.
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Contributors to this translation: Neven Sajko, gogo.