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1.
Password:
There are leading/trailing spaces here. Each one represents a space character. Enter a space in the equivalent position in the translation.
Passord:
Translated and reviewed by Åka Sikrom on 2014-08-14
Located in plugins/LightDM/Greeter.cpp:188
2.
Pin shortcut
Fest snarvei
Translated and reviewed by Åka Sikrom on 2014-07-11
Located in plugins/Unity/Launcher/launcheritem.cpp:49 plugins/Unity/Launcher/launcheritem.cpp:123
3.
Quit
Avslutt
Translated by Harald H. on 2015-10-06
Reviewed by Åka Sikrom on 2016-01-15
Located in plugins/Unity/Launcher/launcheritem.cpp:55
4.
Unpin shortcut
Fjern snarvei
Translated and reviewed by Åka Sikrom on 2014-07-11
Located in plugins/Unity/Launcher/launcheritem.cpp:123
5.
Yesterday %l:%M %p
Translators, please edit/rearrange these strftime(3) tokens to suit your locale!
This format string is used for showing, on a 12-hour clock, times that happen yesterday.
(\u2003 is a unicode em space which is slightly wider than a normal space.)
en_US example: "Yesterday\u2003%l:%M %p" --> "Yesterday  1:00 PM"
I går %l:%M %p
Translated and reviewed by Mathias Bynke on 2015-07-05
Located in plugins/Utils/relativetimeformatter.cpp:157
6.
%l:%M %p
Translators, please edit/rearrange these strftime(3) tokens to suit your locale!
This format string is used for showing, on a 12-hour clock, times that happened today.
en_US example: "%l:%M %p" --> "1:00 PM"
%l:%M %p
Translated and reviewed by Mathias Bynke on 2015-07-05
Suggestions:
%k.%M
Norwegian Nynorsk unity8 in Unity 8 overlay by Åsmund Steen Skjæveland on 2010-05-19
%k:%M
Norwegian Nynorsk unity8 in Unity 8 overlay by Åsmund Steen Skjæveland on 2006-03-19
Located in plugins/Utils/relativetimeformatter.cpp:164
7.
Tomorrow %l:%M %p
Translators, please edit/rearrange these strftime(3) tokens to suit your locale!
This format string is used for showing, on a 12-hour clock, events/appointments that happen tomorrow.
(\u2003 is a unicode em space which is slightly wider than a normal space.)
en_US example: "Tomorrow\u2003%l:%M %p" --> "Tomorrow  1:00 PM"
I morgen %l:%M %p
Translated and reviewed by Mathias Bynke on 2015-07-05
Located in plugins/Utils/relativetimeformatter.cpp:172
8.
%a %l:%M %p
Translators, please edit/rearrange these strftime(3) tokens to suit your locale!
This format string is used for showing, on a 12-hour clock, times that happened in the last week.
(\u2003 is a unicode em space which is slightly wider than a normal space.)
en_US example: "%a\u2003%l:%M %p" --> "Fri  1:00 PM"
%a %l:%M %p
Translated and reviewed by Mathias Bynke on 2015-07-05
Located in plugins/Utils/relativetimeformatter.cpp:181
9.
%a %d %b %l:%M %p
Translators, please edit/rearrange these strftime(3) tokens to suit your locale!
This format string is used for showing, on a 12-hour clock, times that happened before a week from now.
(\u2003 is a unicode em space which is slightly wider than a normal space.)
en_US example: "%a %b %d\u2003%l:%M %p" --> "Fri Oct 31  1:00 PM"
en_GB example: "%a %d %b\u2003%l:%M %p" --> "Fri 31 Oct  1:00 PM"
%a %b. %d %l:%M %p
Translated and reviewed by Mathias Bynke on 2015-07-05
Located in plugins/Utils/relativetimeformatter.cpp:190
10.
Yesterday %H:%M
Translators, please edit/rearrange these strftime(3) tokens to suit your locale!
This format string is used for showing, on a 24-hour clock, times that happen yesterday.
(\u2003 is a unicode em space which is slightly wider than a normal space.)
en_US example: "Yesterday\u2003%l:%M %p" --> "Yesterday  13:00"
I går %H:%M
Translated and reviewed by Mathias Bynke on 2015-07-05
Located in plugins/Utils/relativetimeformatter.cpp:201
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Contributors to this translation: Ari Börde Kröyer, Eirik Garatun, Harald H., Mathias Bynke, Sten Jørgen Pettersen, Thor Fjalestad, Åka Sikrom.