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Your names
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NAME OF TRANSLATORS
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Translated and reviewed by MelMazzone on 2009-11-27
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Your emails
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EMAIL OF TRANSLATORS
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Print management as normal user
Some print management operations may need administrator privileges. Use the
"Administrator Mode" button below to start this print management tool with
administrator privileges.
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Print management as normal user

Some print management operations may need administrator privileges. Use the

"Administrator Mode" button below to start this print management tool with

administrator privileges.
Translated by MelMazzone on 2006-06-02
Reviewed by MelMazzone on 2007-04-01
Located in kcmprintmgr.cpp:38
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kcmprintmgr
kcmprintmgr
Translated and reviewed by MelMazzone on 2006-06-02
Located in kcmprintmgr.cpp:51
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KDE Printing Management
KDE Printing Management
Translated and reviewed by MelMazzone on 2006-06-02
Located in kcmprintmgr.cpp:51
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(c) 2000 - 2002 Michael Goffioul
(c) 2000 - 2002 Michael Goffioul
Translated and reviewed by MelMazzone on 2006-06-02
Located in kcmprintmgr.cpp:53
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<h1>Printers</h1>The KDE printing manager is part of KDEPrint which is the interface to the real print subsystem of your Operating System (OS). Although it does add some additional functionality of its own to those subsystems, KDEPrint depends on them for its functionality. Spooling and filtering tasks, especially, are still done by your print subsystem, or the administrative tasks (adding or modifying printers, setting access rights, etc.)<br/> What print features KDEPrint supports is therefore heavily dependent on your chosen print subsystem. For the best support in modern printing, the KDE Printing Team recommends a CUPS based printing system.
<h1>Printers</h1>The KDE printing manager is part of KDEPrint which is the interface to the real print subsystem of your Operating System (OS). Although it does add some additional functionality of its own to those subsystems, KDEPrint depends on them for its functionality. Spooling and filtering tasks, especially, are still done by your print subsystem, or the administrative tasks (adding or modifying printers, setting access rights, etc.)<br/> What print features KDEPrint supports is therefore heavily dependent on your chosen print subsystem. For the best support in modern printing, the KDE Printing Team recommends a CUPS based printing system.
Translated and reviewed by MelMazzone on 2006-06-02
Located in kcmprintmgr.cpp:60
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