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- In the 'Boards' section you can change the list of activities. Just untoggle them in the treeview. You can change the language used for reading, for example, then the language used for saying the names of colors.
- You can save multiple configurations, and switch between them easily. In the 'Profile' section add a profile, then in the 'Board' section select the profile in the combobox, then select the boards you want to be active. You can add multiple profiles, with different lists of boards, and different languages. You set the default profile in the 'Profile' section, by choosing the profile you want, then clicking on the 'Default' button. You can also choose a profile from the command line.
- You can add users, classes and for each class, you can create groups of users. Note that you can import users from a comma-separated file. Assign one or more groups to a profile, after which those new logins will appear after restarting GCompris. Being able to identify individual children in GCompris means we can provide individual reports. It also recognizes the children as individuals; they can learn to type in and recognize their own usernames (login is configurable).
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- In the 'Boards' section you can change the list of activities. Just untoggle them in the treeview. You can change the language used for reading, for example, then the language used for saying the names of colours.
- You can save multiple configurations, and switch between them easily. In the 'Profile' section add a profile, then in the 'Board' section select the profile in the combobox, then select the boards you want to be active. You can add multiple profiles, with different lists of boards, and different languages. You set the default profile in the 'Profile' section, by choosing the profile you want, then clicking on the 'Default' button. You can also choose a profile from the command line.
- You can add users, classes. For each class, you can create groups of users. Note that you can import users from a comma-separated file. Assign one or more groups to a profile, after which those new logins will appear after restarting GCompris. Being able to identify individual children in GCompris means we can provide individual reports. It also recognises the children as individuals; they can learn to type in and recognise their own usernames (login is configurable).
Translated and reviewed by David Lodge on 2007-06-09
Located in ../src/administration-activity/administration.xml.in.h:1
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GCompris Administration Menu
GCompris Administration Menu
Translated and reviewed by Benjamin Goodger on 2006-07-22
Located in ../src/administration-activity/administration.xml.in.h:4
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If you want to fine tune GCompris to your needs, you can use the administration module here. The ultimate goal is to provide child-specific reporting for parents and teacher who want to monitor the progress, strengths and needs of their children.
If you want to fine tune GCompris to your needs, you can use the administration module here. The ultimate goal is to provide child-specific reporting for parents and teacher who want to monitor the progress, strengths and needs of their children.
Translated and reviewed by David Lodge on 2007-06-09
Located in ../src/administration-activity/administration.xml.in.h:5
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Left-Click with the mouse to select an activity
Left-Click with the mouse to select an activity
Translated and reviewed by Gareth Owen on 2006-05-09
Located in ../src/administration-activity/administration.xml.in.h:6
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Advanced colors
Advanced colours
Translated and reviewed by Gareth Owen on 2006-05-09
Located in ../src/advanced_colors-activity/advanced_colors.xml.in.h:1
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Can read
Can read
Translated and reviewed by Gareth Owen on 2006-05-09
Located in ../src/advanced_colors-activity/advanced_colors.xml.in.h:2 ../src/read_colors-activity/read_colors.xml.in.h:1
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Click on the correct color
Click on the correct colour
Translated and reviewed by Gareth Owen on 2006-05-09
Located in ../src/advanced_colors-activity/advanced_colors.xml.in.h:3
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Click on the correct colored box.
Click on the correct coloured box.
Translated and reviewed by Gareth Owen on 2006-05-09
Located in ../src/advanced_colors-activity/advanced_colors.xml.in.h:4
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Learn to recognize unusual colors.
Learn to recognise unusual colours.
Translated and reviewed by Gareth Owen on 2006-05-09
Located in ../src/advanced_colors-activity/advanced_colors.xml.in.h:5
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almond
almond
Translated and reviewed by Gareth Owen on 2006-05-09
Located in ../src/advanced_colors-activity/resources/advanced_colors/board1.xml.in.h:1
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Contributors to this translation: Benjamin Goodger, David Lodge, Gareth Owen, Jen Ockwell.