Browsing Russian translation

Don't show this notice anymore
Before translating, be sure to go through Ubuntu Translators instructions and Russian guidelines.
110 of 171 results
228.
Ubuntu will now finish installing on your hard drive. As the installation progresses, a slideshow will give you an introduction to some of the default applications included with Ubuntu. These applications are covered in more detail in \chaplink{ch:default-applications}. The slideshow will also highlight the Ubuntu support options.
type: document
(no translation yet)
Located in ./installation/installation.tex :214
246.
\marginnote{To read more about other variants of Ubuntu, refer to \chaplink{ch:learning-more}.} Ubuntu uses \application{Unity} as the default desktop environment. The Unity desktop is comprised of the desktop background and two bars\dash a horizontal one located at the top of your desktop called the \emph{menu bar} and a vertically-oriented bar at the far left called the \emph{Launcher}.
type: document
(no translation yet)
Located in ./ubuntu-desktop/unity.tex :19
252.
The menu bar incorporates common functions used in Ubuntu. The icons on the far-right of the menu bar are located in an area of the menu bar called the \emph{indicator area}, or \emph{notification area}. Each installation of Ubuntu may contain slightly different types and quantities of icons based on a number of factors, including the type of hardware and available on-board peripherals upon which the Ubuntu installation is based. Some programs add an icon to the indicator area automatically during installation. The most common indicators are: \marginnote{For more about: \begin{itemize} \item the \application{Messaging indicator} see \seclink{sec:instant-messaging} on page~\pageref{sec:instant-messaging}; \item the \application{Network indicator} see \seclink{sec:getting-online} on page~\pageref{sec:getting-online}; \item the \application{Session indicator} see \seclink{sec:session-options} on page~\pageref{sec:session-options}. \end{itemize}}
type: document
(no translation yet)
Located in ./ubuntu-desktop/unity.tex :34
254.
shows the current keyboard layout (such as En, Fr, Ku, and so on) and, if more than one keyboard layout is chosen, allows you to select a keyboard layout. The \menu{keyboard indicator} menu contains the following menu items: Character Map, Keyboard Layout Chart, and Text Entry Settings.
type: description
(no translation yet)
Located in ./ubuntu-desktop/unity.tex :43
255.
[Network indicator \textup{(\indicatoricon{network} {\scriptsize or} \indicatoricon{wired})}] manages network connections, allowing you to connect quickly and easily to a wired or wireless network.
type: description
(no translation yet)
Located in ./ubuntu-desktop/unity.tex :43
261.
Every application has a menuing system where different actions can be executed in an application (like \menu{File}, \menu{Edit}, \menu{View}, etc.); the menuing system for an application is appropriately called the \menu{application menu}. \marginnote{Note that some older applications may still display their menu within the application window.} Instead, it is located to the left area of the \emph{menu bar}. By default in \application{Unity}, the application menu isn't on the title bar of the application as is commonly the case in other \acronym{GUI} environments.
type: document
(no translation yet)
Located in ./ubuntu-desktop/unity.tex :46
262.
To show an application's menu, just move your mouse to the desktop's menu bar (at the top of the screen).
type: marginscreenshot{#4}
(no translation yet)
Located in ./ubuntu-desktop/unity.tex :53
263.
To show an application's menu, just move your mouse to the desktop's menu bar (at the top of the screen). While your mouse is positioned here, the active application's menu options will appear in the desktop's menu bar, allowing you to use the application's menuing options. When clicking on the desktop, the desktop's menu bar reappears. This capability in \application{Unity} to display the application's menu only when needed is especially beneficial for netbook and laptop users with limited viewable screen space. You can disable this feature via \menu{Session Indicator \then System Settings \then Appearance}. In the \tab{Behavior} tab, under Show the menus for a window, select In the window's title bar.
type: document
(no translation yet)
Located in ./ubuntu-desktop/unity.tex :49
266.
The vertical bar of icons on the left side of the desktop is called the Launcher. The Launcher provides easy access to applications, mounted devices, and the \menu{Trash}. All running applications on your system will place an icon in the Launcher while the application is running. To change the Launcher icon size, go to \menu{Session Indicator \then System Settings \then Appearance}, tab \tab{Look}.
type: document
(no translation yet)
Located in ./ubuntu-desktop/using-the-launcher.tex :11
267.
The Ubuntu Launcher on the left with a sample of applications on it.
type: marginscreenshot{#4}
(no translation yet)
Located in ./ubuntu-desktop/using-the-launcher.tex :14
110 of 171 results

This translation is managed by Russian Ubuntu Translators, assigned by Ubuntu Translators.

You are not logged in. Please log in to work on translations.

Contributors to this translation: Al Tarakanoff, Aleksey, Aleksey, Aleksey Kabanov, Alex L., Alexander Vasilyev, Andrey Olykainen, Anton Patsev, Anton Polukhin, AsstZD, Beatrix Kiddo, CSRedRat, Denis Kustov, Dmitry Belonogov, Dr Gregory House, Drakosh, Eugene Marshal, IbraM, Istomin Anton, Kollegin Anton, Nizzzia, Oleg, Oleg, Oleg Krutov, Pand5461, RedFox, Roman M, Roman Semirook, SLiP, Sergey Golovin, Simon Earht, Sly_tom_cat, Smoldyrev Egor, Swerkl, TroubleMakerDV, Uladzimir Dziomin, Vassili Platonov, Victor Chaplygin, Vladimir Yakovlev, Vyacheslav Sharmanov, Yegor, Yuri, brainrom, dr&mx, dr&mx, elzadj, maxis11, roman shanin, shuttle3000, theadmin, wayman, Григорий Световидов, Даниил Рыжков, ☠Jay ZDLin☠.