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%(INSTALL)d to install
%(INSTALL)d to install
print("%(INSTALL)d to install, %(REMOVE)d to remove" % (countInstall, countRemove))
Translators: %(INSTALL)d is parsed; either keep it exactly as is or remove it entirely, but don't translate "INSTALL".
%(INSTALL)d pou enstale
Translated and reviewed by Tiede on 2011-11-04
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Translated and reviewed by Tiede on 2011-11-04
Located in ../LanguageSelector/gtk/GtkLanguageSelector.py:397
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%(REMOVE)d to remove
%(REMOVE)d to remove
Translators: %(REMOVE)d is parsed; either keep it exactly as is or remove it entirely, but don't translate "REMOVE".
%(REMOVE)d pou retire
Translated and reviewed by Tiede on 2011-11-04
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Translated and reviewed by Tiede on 2011-11-04
Located in ../LanguageSelector/gtk/GtkLanguageSelector.py:399
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Usually this is related to an error in your software archive or software manager. Check your preferences in Software Sources (click the icon at the very right of the top bar and select "System Settings... -> Software Sources").
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Located in ../LanguageSelector/gtk/GtkLanguageSelector.py:577
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Failed to authorize to install packages.
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Located in ../LanguageSelector/gtk/GtkLanguageSelector.py:613
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Failed to apply the '%s' format
choice. The examples may show up if you
close and re-open Language Support.
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Located in ../LanguageSelector/gtk/GtkLanguageSelector.py:943
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This setting only affects the language your desktop and applications are displayed in. It does not set the system environment, like currency or date format settings. For that, use the settings in the Regional Formats tab.
The order of the values displayed here decides which translations to use for your desktop. If translations for the first language are not available, the next one in this list will be tried. The last entry of this list is always "English".
Every entry below "English" will be ignored.
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Located in ../data/LanguageSelector.ui.h:8
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<small><b>Drag languages to arrange them in order of preference.</b>
Changes take effect next time you log in.</small>
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Located in ../data/LanguageSelector.ui.h:11
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<small>Use the same language choices for startup and the login screen.</small>
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Located in ../data/LanguageSelector.ui.h:14
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If you need to type in languages, which require more complex input methods than just a simple key to letter mapping, you may want to enable this function.
For example, you will need this function for typing Chinese, Japanese, Korean or Vietnamese.
The recommended value for Ubuntu is "IBus".
If you want to use alternative input method systems, install the corresponding packages first and then choose the desired system here.
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Located in ../data/LanguageSelector.ui.h:17
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This will set the system environment like shown below and will also affect the preferred paper format and other region specific settings.
If you want to display the desktop in a different language than this, please select it in the "Language" tab.
Hence you should set this to a sensible value for the region in which you are located.
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Located in ../data/LanguageSelector.ui.h:23
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