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\acronym{CD} or \acronym{DVD} Media
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\acronym{CD}- oder \acronym{DVD}-Medien
Translated by Jan Hoffmann on 2010-04-07
Reviewed by Daniel Schury on 2010-08-23
Located in ./hardware/printing.tex :74
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Print quality
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Druckqualität
Translated by Daniel Schury on 2012-12-28
Located in ./hardware/printing.tex :76
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This specifies how much ink is used when printing, \dropdown{Fast Draft} using the least ink and \dropdown{High-Resolution Photo} using the most ink.
type: document
Legt fest, wie viel Tinte beim Drucken verbraucht wird, wobei \dropdown{Schneller Entwurf} am wenigsten und \dropdown{Hochaufgelöstes Foto} am meisten Tinte verbraucht.
Translated and reviewed by Helene Bellis on 2011-12-08
Located in ./hardware/printing.tex :78
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Sound
type: section{#2}
Tonausgabe
Translated and reviewed by Daniel Schury on 2011-12-09
Located in ./hardware/sound.tex :17
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Ubuntu usually detects the audio hardware of the system automatically during installation. The audio in Ubuntu is provided by a sound server named PulseAudio. The audio preferences are easily configurable with the help of a very easy to use \gls{GUI} which comes preinstalled with Ubuntu.
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Normalerweise erkennt Ubuntu die Audio-Hardware des Systems automatisch während der Installation. Die Tonausgabe unter Ubuntu wird von PulseAudio geleistet. Die Audio-Einstellungen sind mit Hilfe einer sehr einfach zu verwendenden \gls{GUI}, welche unter Ubuntu vorinstalliert ist, leicht anzupassen.
Translated and reviewed by Helene Bellis on 2012-01-23
Located in ./hardware/sound.tex :17
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Volume icon and Sound Preferences
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Located in ./hardware/sound.tex :28
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sound!volume
type: index{#1}
Audio!Lautstärke
Translated and reviewed by Carsten Gerlach on 2013-06-12
Located in ./hardware/sound.tex :32
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A volume icon, sitting on the top right corner of the screen, provides quick access to a number of audio related functions. When you left-click on the volume icon you are greeted with four options: A mute option at the very top, a slider button which you can move horizontally to increase/decrease volume, a shortcut to the default music player, Rhythmbox, and an option for accessing the Sound Settings. Selecting \emph{Sound Settings} opens up another window, which provides access to options for changing input and output hardware preferences for speakers, microphones and headphones. It also provides options for setting the volume level for each application. Sound Settings can also be found from \menu{System Settings}. It is known as \emph{Sound}.
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Located in ./hardware/sound.tex :28
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Output
type: paragraph{#2}
Ausgabe
Translated by Carsten Gerlach on 2013-02-10
Reviewed by Daniel Schury on 2013-02-26
Located in ./hardware/sound.tex :45
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sound!output
type: index{#1}
Audio!Ausgabe
Translated by Carsten Gerlach on 2013-02-10
Reviewed by Daniel Schury on 2013-02-26
Located in ./hardware/sound.tex :45
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