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197.
o umlaut
Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ö' (U+00f6)

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Translated and reviewed by Tommi Vainikainen on 2011-01-17
Located in ../src/orca/chnames.py:526
257.
superscript n
Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ⁿ' (U+207f)

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Located in ../src/orca/chnames.py:715
296.
Shift
Context:
keyboard
Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the shift key

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Located in ../src/orca/keynames.py:42
298.
Control
Context:
keyboard
Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the control key

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Located in ../src/orca/keynames.py:50
354.
Exiting list notification messages mode.
Translators: This message is presented to the user to confirm the list of
notifications mode is being exited.
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Located in ../src/orca/messages.py:1758
357.
Use Up, Down, Home or End to navigate in the list.
Press Escape to exit.
Press Space to repeat the last message read.
Press one digit to read a specific message.
Translators: The following string instructs the user how to navigate within
the list notifications mode.
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Located in ../src/orca/messages.py:1770
388.
<b>Results must:</b>
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Located in ../src/orca/orca-find.ui.h:16
408.
Orca is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General
Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation;
either version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any
later version.

Orca is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See
the GNU Lesser General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General
Public License along with Orca; if not, write to the
Free Software Foundation, Inc., Franklin Street, Fifth Floor,
Boston MA 02110-1301 USA.
Translators: This text is used in the Orca About dialog. Orca is
licensed under LGPL2.1+.

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Located in ../src/orca/orca_gui_main.py:130
449.
Profile <b>%s</b> already exists.
Continue updating the existing profile with these new changes?
We're here because given profile name exists, so we have
to give that info to the user and give him the chance
to continue, or not saving the profile
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Located in ../src/orca/orca_gui_prefs.py:3359
452.
You are about to change the active profile. If you
have just made changes in your preferences, they will
be dropped at profile load.

Continue loading profile discarding previous changes?
Translators: This text is displayed in a message dialog when a user indicates
he/she wants to switch to a new user profile which will cause him/her to lose
settings which have been altered but not yet saved. A "user profile" is a
collection of settings which apply to a given task such as a "Spanish" profile
which would use Spanish text-to-speech and Spanish braille and selected when
reading Spanish content.
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Located in ../src/orca/guilabels.py:353
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Contributors to this translation: Aleksi Kinnunen, Ilkka Tuohela, Jiri Grönroos, Jiri Grönroos, Jussi Aalto, Lasse Liehu, Timo Jyrinki, Tommi Vainikainen.