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768.
, ETA %s
, temps estimé ETA : %s
Translated by Nicolas Provost
Located in src/HTAlert.c:378
769.
(Press 'z' to abort)
There are leading/trailing spaces here. Each one represents a space character. Enter a space in the equivalent position in the translation.
(Pressez <z> pour annuler)
Translated by Stéphane Aulery
Located in src/HTAlert.c:400
770.
yes
Meta-note: don't move the following note from its place right
in front of the first gettext().  As it is now, it should
automatically appear in generated lynx.pot files. - kw

NOTE TO TRANSLATORS:  If you provide a translation for "yes", lynx
* will take the first byte of the translation as a positive response
* to Yes/No questions.  If you provide a translation for "no", lynx
* will take the first byte of the translation as a negative response
* to Yes/No questions.  For both, lynx will also try to show the
* first byte in the prompt as a character, instead of (y) or (n),
* respectively.  This will not work right for multibyte charsets!
* Don't translate "yes" and "no" for CJK character sets (or translate
* them to "yes" and "no").  For a translation using UTF-8, don't
* translate if the translation would begin with anything but a 7-bit
* (US_ASCII) character.  That also means do not translate if the
* translation would begin with anything but a 7-bit character, if
* you use a single-byte character encoding (a charset like ISO-8859-n)
* but anticipate that the message catalog may be used re-encoded in
* UTF-8 form.
* For translations using other character sets, you may also wish to
* leave "yes" and "no" untranslated, if using (y) and (n) is the
* preferred behavior.
* Lynx will also accept y Y n N as responses unless there is a conflict
* with the first letter of the "yes" or "no" translation.

oui
Translated by Nicolas Provost
SOME DESCRIPTIVE TITLE. Copyright (C) YEAR Free Software Foundation, Inc. FIRST AUTHOR <EMAIL@ADDRESS>, YEAR. The French translations for Lynx were created by the Chebucto Project. Contributors include: Chris Maxwell (CM) David Potter David Trueman (NdT) * * * * * * * * * * J.E. Spath <jspath @ bcpl . net> wedged this into Lynx started: Wed Sep 2 20:22:45 EDT 1998 , fuzzy MUST GO AND FIND NdT= to address problems.
Located in src/HTAlert.c:438 src/HTAlert.c:486
771.
no
non
Translated by Nicolas Provost
Located in src/HTAlert.c:441 src/HTAlert.c:487
772.
Y/N/A/V
* Special-purpose workaround for gettext support (we should do
* this in a more general way) -TD
*
* NOTE TO TRANSLATORS:  If the prompt has been rendered into
* another language, and if yes/no are distinct, assume the
* translator can make an ordered list in parentheses with one
* capital letter for each as we assumed in HTConfirmDefault().
* The list has to be in the same order as in the original message,
* and the four capital letters chosen to not match those in the
* original unless they have the same position.
*
* Example:
* (Y/N/Always/neVer)              - English (original)
* (O/N/Toujours/Jamais)           - French

O/N/T/J
Translated by Nicolas Provost
Located in src/HTAlert.c:940
773.
Description:
Description :
Translated by Nicolas Provost
Located in src/HTML.c:5931
774.
(none)
(aucun(e))
Translated by Nicolas Provost
Located in src/HTML.c:5936
775.
Filepath:
Chemin de fichier :
Translated by Nicolas Provost
Located in src/HTML.c:5940
776.
(unknown)
(inconnu)
Translated by Nicolas Provost
Located in src/HTML.c:5946
777.
Document has only hidden links. Use the 'l'ist command.
Le document ne contient que des liens cachés. Utiliser la commande <l> (Liste).
Translated by Stéphane Aulery
Located in src/HTML.c:7386
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Contributors to this translation: Alexandre Croteau, Antoine Pernot, Jean-Marc, Jean-Philippe, Jim Spath, Laurent RICHARD, Lstr, NSV, Nicolas Provost, Pierre Slamich, Quentin PAGÈS, Removed by request, Stéphane Aulery, Tubuntu, account-to-delete.