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%q switched to the %q channel
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%s %s mounted from %s
TRANSLATORS: 1. snap name, 2. snap version (keep those together please). the 3rd %s is a path (where it's mounted from).
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%s (delta)
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%s (revision %s) removed
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%s (see 'snap help login')
TRANSLATORS: %s is an error message (e.g. “cannot yadda yadda: permission denied”)
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%s (try with sudo)
TRANSLATORS: %s is an error message (e.g. “cannot yadda yadda: permission denied”)
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%s already installed
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%s disabled
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%s enabled
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%s not installed
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Contributors to this translation: Dong Cansheng, Kakurady Drakenar, Nick Zheng.