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Advise will talk to apt via an apt hook
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Install the snap file under given snap name
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257.
Select last change of given type (install, refresh, remove, try, auto-refresh, etc.). A question mark at the end of the type means to do nothing (instead of returning an error) if no change of the given type is found. Note the question mark could need protecting from the shell.
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320.
Use a little bit of Unicode to improve legibility.
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321.
Use a little bit of color to highlight some things.
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337.
Your command included some characters that look like dashes but are not:
%+q
in some situations you might find that when copying from an online source such
as a blog you need to replace “typographic” dashes and quotes with their ASCII
equivalent. Dashes in particular are homoglyphs on most terminals and in most
fixed-width fonts, so it can be hard to tell.

TRANSLATORS: the %+q is the commandline (+q means quoted, with any non-ascii character called out). Please keep the lines to at most 80 characters.
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359.

The find command queries the store for available packages in the stable channel.

With the --private flag, which requires the user to be logged-in to the store
(see 'snap help login'), it instead searches for private snaps that the user
has developer access to, either directly or through the store's collaboration
feature.

A green check mark (given color and unicode support) after a publisher name
indicates that the publisher has been verified.
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369.

The list command displays a summary of snaps installed in the current system.

A green check mark (given color and unicode support) after a publisher name
indicates that the publisher has been verified.
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375.

The paths command prints the list of paths detected and used by snapd.
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440.
cannot use explicit name when installing from store
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Contributors to this translation: Marcos Lans, Marcos Lans, Xosé.