Browsing Latin translation

Don't show this notice anymore
Before translating, be sure to go through Ubuntu Translators instructions.
1120 of 2944 results
A unique alphabetic identifier for a computer on a network.
(no translation yet)
Located in C/glossary.xml:36(para)
(no translation yet)
Located in C/glossary.xml:40(glossterm)
A drawer is a sliding extension to a panel that you can open or close from a drawer icon.
(no translation yet)
Located in C/glossary.xml:42(para)
file extension
(no translation yet)
Located in C/glossary.xml:47(glossterm)
The final portion of a file's name, after the last period (.) in the name. For example, the file extension of the file <filename>picture.jpeg</filename> is <filename>jpeg</filename>.
(no translation yet)
Located in C/glossary.xml:49(para)
The file extension can identify the type of a file. <application>Nautilus</application> file manager uses this information when to determine what to do when you open a file. For more on this, see <xref linkend="nautilus-open-file"/>.
(no translation yet)
Located in C/glossary.xml:50(para)
(no translation yet)
Located in C/glossary.xml:54(glossterm)
To format media is to prepare the media for use with a particular file system. When you format media, you overwrite any existing information on the media.
(no translation yet)
Located in C/glossary.xml:56(para)
GNOME-compliant application
(no translation yet)
Located in C/glossary.xml:62(glossterm)
An application that uses the standard GNOME programming libraries is called a GNOME-compliant application. For example, <application>Nautilus</application> file manager and <application>gedit</application> text editor are GNOME-compliant applications.
(no translation yet)
Located in C/glossary.xml:64(para)
1120 of 2944 results

This translation is managed by Decuria latinitatis, assigned by Ubuntu Translators.

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

No-one has contributed to this translation yet.