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Help for Interactive Commands~2 - %s
Window ~1%s~6: ~1Cumulative mode ~3%s~2. ~1System~6: ~1Delay ~3%.1f secs~2; ~1Secure mode ~3%s~2.

Z~5,~1B~5,E,e Global: '~1Z~2' colors; '~1B~2' bold; '~1E~2'/'~1e~2' summary/task memory scale
l,t,m Toggle Summary: '~1l~2' load avg; '~1t~2' task/cpu stats; '~1m~2' memory info
0,1,2,3,I Toggle: '~10~2' zeros; '~11~2/~12~2/~13~2' cpus or numa node views; '~1I~2' Irix mode
f,F,X Fields: '~1f~2'/'~1F~2' add/remove/order/sort; '~1X~2' increase fixed-width

L,&,<,> . Locate: '~1L~2'/'~1&~2' find/again; Move sort column: '~1<~2'/'~1>~2' left/right
R,H,V,J . Toggle: '~1R~2' Sort; '~1H~2' Threads; '~1V~2' Forest view; '~1J~2' Num justify
c,i,S,j . Toggle: '~1c~2' Cmd name/line; '~1i~2' Idle; '~1S~2' Time; '~1j~2' Str justify
x~5,~1y~5 . Toggle highlights: '~1x~2' sort field; '~1y~2' running tasks
z~5,~1b~5 . Toggle: '~1z~2' color/mono; '~1b~2' bold/reverse (only if 'x' or 'y')
u,U,o,O . Filter by: '~1u~2'/'~1U~2' effective/any user; '~1o~2'/'~1O~2' other criteria
n,#,^O . Set: '~1n~2'/'~1#~2' max tasks displayed; Show: ~1Ctrl~2+'~1O~2' other filter(s)
C,... . Toggle scroll coordinates msg for: ~1up~2,~1down~2,~1left~2,~1right~2,~1home~2,~1end~2

%s W,Y Write configuration file '~1W~2'; Inspect other output '~1Y~2'
q Quit
( commands shown with '.' require a ~1visible~2 task display ~1window~2 )
Press '~1h~2' or '~1?~2' for help with ~1Windows~2,
Type 'q' or <Esc> to continue
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.  It is strongly recommend that the --no-wrap command line option
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.  representing values used to index a table at run-time.
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.  Each such sequence consists of a tilde (~) followed by an ascii
.  number in the range of '1' - '8'.  Examples are '~2', '~8', etc.
.  These escape sequences must never themselves be translated but
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.  If you remove these escape sequences (both tilde and number) it
.  would make translation easier.  However, the ability to display
.  colors and bold text at run-time will have been lost.
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.  Additionally, each of these text groups was designed to display
.  in a 80x24 terminal window.  Hopefully, any translations will
.  adhere to that goal lest the translated text be truncated.
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.  If you would like additional information regarding these strings,
.  please see the prologue to the show_special function in the top.c
.  source file.
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Translated by Paco Molinero on 2017-12-23
Reviewed by Paco Molinero on 2017-12-23
Located in top/top_nls.c:521
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Contributors to this translation: Christian M., Emilio Hidalgo Simon, Jack, Jose Luis Tirado, Karla, Monkey, Naiarb Susej, Paco Molinero, Ricardo Pérez López, Rodrigo Lledó, Ubuntu, Xristh, marcos porras vargas, nat6091.