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Unable to download the cursor theme archive; please check that the address %1 is correct.
Ii sáhttán viežžat sievánfáddávuorká. Dárkkis ahte %1-čujuhus lea riekta.
Translated by Børre Gaup on 2008-10-06
Located in xcursor/themepage.cpp:458
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The file %1 does not appear to be a valid cursor theme archive.
Fiila %1 ii oroleamen gustojeaddji sievánfáddávuorká.
Translated by Børre Gaup on 2008-10-06
Located in xcursor/themepage.cpp:467
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<qt>You cannot delete the theme you are currently using.<br />You have to switch to another theme first.</qt>
<qt>It sáhte sihkkut fáttá maid dál geavahat.<br />Ferte vuos válljet muhton eará fáttá.</qt>
Translated by Børre Gaup on 2008-10-06
Located in xcursor/themepage.cpp:482
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<qt>Are you sure you want to remove the <i>%1</i> cursor theme?<br />This will delete all the files installed by this theme.</qt>
<qt>Háliidatgo duođas váldit eret sievánfáttá <i>%1</i>?<br />Válddát de eret buot fiillat mat gullet dán fáddái.</qt>
Translated by Børre Gaup on 2008-10-06
Located in xcursor/themepage.cpp:488
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Confirmation
Nannen
Translated by Børre Gaup on 2008-10-06
Located in xcursor/themepage.cpp:494
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A theme named %1 already exists in your icon theme folder. Do you want replace it with this one?
Gávdno juo fáđđá nammaduvvon %1 govašfáddámáhpas. Hálidatgo buhttet boares fáttá?
Translated by Børre Gaup on 2008-10-06
Located in xcursor/themepage.cpp:551
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Overwrite Theme?
Buhtte fáttá?
Translated by Børre Gaup on 2008-10-06
Located in xcursor/themepage.cpp:555
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No description available
Ii leat válddahus olamuttus
Translated by Børre Gaup on 2008-10-06
Located in xcursor/xcursortheme.cpp:39
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Contributors to this translation: Børre Gaup, Christopher Forster.