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Your names
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NAME OF TRANSLATORS
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Translated and reviewed by Andrew Coles on 2009-11-17
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Andrew Coles
Suggested by Andrew Coles on 2006-04-04
Located in _translatorinfo.cpp:1
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Your emails
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EMAIL OF TRANSLATORS
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andrew_coles@yahoo.co.uk
Suggested by Andrew Coles on 2006-04-04
Located in _translatorinfo.cpp:3
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<h1>Colors</h1> This module allows you to choose the color scheme used for the KDE desktop. The different elements of the desktop, such as title bars, menu text, etc., are called "widgets". You can choose the widget whose color you want to change by selecting it from a list, or by clicking on a graphical representation of the desktop.<p> You can save color settings as complete color schemes, which can also be modified or deleted. KDE comes with several predefined color schemes on which you can base your own.<p> All KDE applications will obey the selected color scheme. Non-KDE applications may also obey some or all of the color settings, if this option is enabled.
<h1>Colours</h1> This module allows you to choose the colour scheme used for the KDE desktop. The different elements of the desktop, such as title bars, menu text etc., are called "widgets". You can choose the widget whose colour you want to change by selecting it from a list, or by clicking on a graphical representation of the desktop.<p> You can save colour settings as complete colour schemes, which can also be modified or deleted. KDE comes with several predefined colour schemes on which you can base your own.<p> All KDE applications will obey the selected colour scheme. Non-KDE applications may also obey some or all of the colour settings, if this option is enabled.
Translated and reviewed by Andrew Coles on 2006-04-04
Located in colorscm.cpp:100
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This is a preview of the color settings which will be applied if you click "Apply" or "OK". You can click on different parts of this preview image. The widget name in the "Widget color" box will change to reflect the part of the preview image you clicked.
This is a preview of the colour settings which will be applied if you click "Apply" or "OK". You can click on different parts of this preview image. The widget name in the "Widget colour" box will change to reflect the part of the preview image you clicked.
Translated and reviewed by Andrew Coles on 2006-04-04
Located in colorscm.cpp:133
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Color Scheme
Colour Scheme
Translated and reviewed by Andrew Coles on 2006-04-04
Located in colorscm.cpp:145
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This is a list of predefined color schemes, including any that you may have created. You can preview an existing color scheme by selecting it from the list. The current scheme will be replaced by the selected color scheme.<p> Warning: if you have not yet applied any changes you may have made to the current scheme, those changes will be lost if you select another color scheme.
This is a list of predefined colour schemes, including any that you may have created. You can preview an existing colour scheme by selecting it from the list. The current scheme will be replaced by the selected colour scheme.<p> Warning: if you have not yet applied any changes you may have made to the current scheme, those changes will be lost if you select another colour scheme.
Translated and reviewed by Andrew Coles on 2006-04-04
Located in colorscm.cpp:154
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&Save Scheme...
&Save Scheme...
Translated and reviewed by Andrew Coles on 2006-04-04
Located in colorscm.cpp:162
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Press this button if you want to save the current color settings as a color scheme. You will be prompted for a name.
Press this button if you want to save the current colour settings as a colour scheme. You will be prompted for a name.
Translated and reviewed by Andrew Coles on 2006-04-04
Located in colorscm.cpp:165
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R&emove Scheme
R&emove Scheme
Translated and reviewed by Andrew Coles on 2006-04-04
Located in colorscm.cpp:169
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Press this button to remove the selected color scheme. Note that this button is disabled if you do not have permission to delete the color scheme.
Press this button to remove the selected colour scheme. Note that this button is disabled if you do not have permission to delete the colour scheme.
Translated and reviewed by Andrew Coles on 2006-04-04
Located in colorscm.cpp:173
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