Zim

Browsing Chinese (Traditional) translation

716 of 690 results
7.
No such file: %s
message for FileNotFoundError |
Error message in template lookup
無此檔案:%s
Translated and reviewed by Thomas Tsai on 2010-08-26
Located in zim/fs.py:491 zim/templates/__init__.py:125
8.
Could not read: %s
message for FileUnicodeError (%s is the file name)
無法讀取: %s
Translated and reviewed by YPWang on 2012-03-23
Located in zim/fs.py:503 zim/newfs/base.py:62
9.
This usually means the file contains invalid characters
message for FileUnicodeError
通常指此檔案包含了無效的特殊字元
Translated and reviewed by YPWang on 2012-03-23
Located in zim/fs.py:505 zim/newfs/base.py:64
10.
Details
label for detailed error |
section for version details in "save version" dialog
細節
Translated and reviewed by cyberik on 2010-10-07
Located in zim/fs.py:507 zim/newfs/base.py:66 zim/plugins/versioncontrol/__init__.py:936
11.
File is not writable: %s
Error message
檔案無法寫入: %s
Translated and reviewed by YPWang on 2012-09-06
Located in zim/fs.py:1435
12.
File changed on disk: %s
error message
硬碟裡的檔案已被修改: %s
Translated and reviewed by YPWang on 2012-09-06
Located in zim/fs.py:1612
13.
Customize...
label to customize 'open with' menu
自訂...
Translated and reviewed by YPWang on 2012-09-06
Located in zim/gui/applications.py:678
14.
No Applications Found
message when no applications in "Open With" menu
未找到應用程式
Translated and reviewed by YPWang on 2013-04-22
Located in zim/gui/applications.py:704
15.
Open with "%s"
menu item to open a file with an application, %s is the app name
以 "%s" 開啟
Translated and reviewed by cyberik on 2010-10-07
Located in zim/gui/applications.py:733
16.
Configure an application to open "%s" links
Text in the 'custom command' dialog, "%s" will be URL scheme like "http://" or "ssh://"
設定用于打開“%s”連結的程式
Translated and reviewed by YPWang on 2013-04-22
Located in zim/gui/applications.py:748
716 of 690 results

No translation group has been assigned.

You are not logged in. Please log in to work on translations.

Contributors to this translation: DreamerC, Henry Lee, Jaap Karssenberg, Takashi Kinami, Thomas Tsai, Tsung-Hao Lee, YPWang, Zihao Wang, cyberik.