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No window matching pattern '%1' and no command specified.
There are line breaks here. Each one represents a line break. Start a new line in the equivalent position in the translation.
Žane wokno njewotpowěduje mustrej '%1' a žadyn přikaz njebu podaty.
Translated by Prof. Dr. Eduard Werner on 2007-10-26
Located in ksystraycmd.cpp:60
2.
KSysTrayCmd: KShellProcess cannot find a shell.
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Located in ksystraycmd.cpp:67
3.
KSysTrayCmd
KSysTrayCmd
Translated by Prof. Dr. Eduard Werner on 2007-10-26
Located in ksystraycmd.cpp:234 main.cpp:51
4.
&Hide
&Schować
Translated by Prof. Dr. Eduard Werner on 2007-10-26
Located in ksystraycmd.cpp:235
5.
&Restore
&Prěnjotny staw
Translated by Prof. Dr. Eduard Werner on 2007-10-26
Located in ksystraycmd.cpp:235
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&Undock
&Wotlěpić
Translated by Prof. Dr. Eduard Werner on 2007-10-26
Located in ksystraycmd.cpp:236
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Command to execute
(no translation yet)
Located in main.cpp:25
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A regular expression matching the window title
If you do not specify one, then the very first window
to appear will be taken - not recommended.
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(no translation yet)
Located in main.cpp:27
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The window id of the target window
Specifies the id of the window to use. If the id starts with 0x
it is assumed to be in hex.
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(no translation yet)
Located in main.cpp:30
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Hide the window to the tray on startup
Schowaj wokno při startowanju
Translated by Prof. Dr. Eduard Werner on 2007-10-26
Located in main.cpp:33
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Contributors to this translation: Prof. Dr. Eduard Werner.