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%A, %e %B %Y
Translators, please edit/rearrange these strftime(3) tokens to suit your locale!
Format string for the day on the first menuitem in the datetime indicator.
This format string gives the full weekday, date, month, and year.
en_US example: "%A, %B %e %Y" --> Saturday, October 31 2020"
en_GB example: "%A, %e %B %Y" --> Saturday, 31 October 2020"
%A, %e. %B, %Y
Translated by Rūdolfs Mazurs on 2012-10-05
Located in ../src/menu.cpp:329
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Add Event…
add the 'Add Event…' menuitem
Pievienot notikumu…
Translated by Rūdolfs Mazurs on 2012-10-05
Located in ../src/menu.cpp:429
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Clock
Pulkstenis
Translated and reviewed by Klavs Anson on 2013-09-03
Located in ../src/menu.cpp:439
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Time & Date Settings…
Datuma un laika iestatījumi…
Translated by Rūdolfs Mazurs on 2012-10-05
Located in ../src/menu.cpp:491
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Date and Time
Datums un laiks
Translated and reviewed by Rūdolfs Mazurs on 2013-10-17
Located in ../src/menu.cpp:546
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Time & Date
Laiks un datums
Translated by Rūdolfs Mazurs on 2011-03-04
Located in ../src/menu.cpp:596
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%s (has alarms)
%s (ir modinātāji)
Translated and reviewed by Klavs Anson on 2013-09-03
Located in ../src/menu.cpp:601
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%a, %l:%M %p
* strftime(3) format for abbreviated weekday,
hours, minutes in a 12h locale; e.g. Wed, 2:00 PM
%a, %l.%M %p
Translated and reviewed by Rūdolfs Mazurs on 2015-04-16
Located in ../src/snap.cpp:144
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%a, %H:%M
* A strftime(3) format for abbreviated weekday,
hours, minutes in a 24h locale; e.g. Wed, 14:00
%a, %H.%M
Translated and reviewed by Rūdolfs Mazurs on 2015-04-16
Located in ../src/snap.cpp:148
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Alarm %s
Modinātājs %s
Translated and reviewed by Govrix on 2014-03-17
Located in ../src/snap.cpp:153
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Contributors to this translation: Govrix, Jānis Marks Gailis, Klavs Anson, Rūdolfs Mazurs.