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7.
No application has focus.
Translators: This message presents the fact that no accessible application has
has keyboard focus.
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Located in ../src/orca/messages.py:1621
69.
speak chat room name.
Translators: In chat applications, Orca automatically presents incoming
messages in speech and braille. If a user is in multiple conversations or
channels at the same time, it can be confusing to know what room or channel
a given message came from just from hearing/reading it. For this reason, Orca
has an option to present the name of the room first ("#a11y <joanie> hello!"
instead of "<joanie> hello!"). This string to be translated is presented when
the value of the setting is toggled.
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Located in ../src/orca/messages.py:353
70.
Do not speak chat room name.
Translators: In chat applications, Orca automatically presents incoming
messages in speech and braille. If a user is in multiple conversations or
channels at the same time, it can be confusing to know what room or channel
a given message came from just from hearing/reading it. For this reason, Orca
has an option to present the name of the room first ("#a11y <joanie> hello!"
instead of "<joanie> hello!"). This string to be translated is presented when
the value of the setting is toggled.
(no translation yet)
Located in ../src/orca/messages.py:344
75.
Message from chat room %s
Translators: In chat applications, Orca automatically presents incoming
messages in speech and braille. If a user is in multiple conversations or
channels at the same time, it can be confusing to know what room or channel
a given message came from just from hearing/reading it. This string to be
translated is presented to the user to clarify where an incoming message
came from. The name of the chat room is the string substitution.
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Located in ../src/orca/messages.py:329
135.
cedilla
Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¸' (U+00b8)

Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the
non-spacing diacritical key for the cedilla glyph

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Located in ../src/orca/chnames.py:278 ../src/orca/keynames.py:285
142.
inverted question mark
Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¿' (U+00bf)

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Located in ../src/orca/chnames.py:306
143.
a acute
Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'á' (U+00e1)

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Located in ../src/orca/chnames.py:310
144.
A GRAVE
Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'À' (U+00c0)

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Located in ../src/orca/chnames.py:314
145.
A ACUTE
Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Á' (U+00c1)

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Located in ../src/orca/chnames.py:318
146.
A CIRCUMFLEX
Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Â' (U+00c2)

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Located in ../src/orca/chnames.py:322
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Contributors to this translation: Akila Wajirasena, Danishka Navin, chandpriyankara, ජීවන්ත ලේකම්වසම්, පසිඳු කාවින්ද.