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Commit 922341d1d5ab107eabbef631e2cffbd9a366db96

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3434msgstr ""
3535"Project-Id-Version: PACKAGE VERSION\n"
3636"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: \n"
37"POT-Creation-Date: 2011-11-09 00:33-0500\n"
37"POT-Creation-Date: 2012-06-12 00:33-0400\n"
3838"PO-Revision-Date: 2011-12-02 08:34+0200\n"
3939"Last-Translator: Chris <cjl@laptop.org>\n"
4040"Language-Team: LANGUAGE <LL@li.org>\n"
4545"Plural-Forms: nplurals=1; plural=0;\n"
4646"X-Generator: Pootle 2.0.5\n"
4747
48#: activity/activity.info:2
48#: activity/activity.info:2 clock.py:232
4949msgid "Clock"
5050msgstr ""
5151
5252#. TRANS: Title of the activity
53#: clock.py:119
54msgid "Activity"
53#: clock.py:120
54msgid "What Time Is It?"
5555msgstr ""
5656
5757#. TRANS: The format used when writing the time in full
6060#. that all times combination fit on the screen, even when the
6161#. screen is rotated. Pango markup:
6262#. http://www.pygtk.org/docs/pygtk/pango-markup-language.html
63#: clock.py:127
64msgid "Write Time"
63#: clock.py:128
64#, python-format
65msgid "<markup><span lang=\"en\" font_desc=\"Sans 20\">%s</span></markup>"
6566msgstr ""
6667
6768#. TRANS: The format used to display the weekday and date
6869#. (example: Tuesday 10/21/2008) We recommend to use the same
6970#. font size as for the time display. See
7071#. http://docs.python.org/lib/module-time.html for available
71#: clock.py:135
72#: clock.py:136
7273#, no-python-format
73msgid "Write Date"
74msgid ""
75"<markup><span lang=\"en\" font_desc=\"Sans 20\"><span foreground=\"#B20008\">"
76"%A</span>, <span foreground=\"#5E008C\">%m</span>/<span foreground=\"#B20008"
77"\">%d</span>/<span foreground=\"#9A5200\">%Y</span></span></markup>"
7478msgstr ""
7579
76#: clock.py:231 clock.py:262 clock.py:268 clock.py:274 clock.py:288
77#: clock.py:294 clock.py:305
78msgid "Toolbar"
80#: clock.py:263
81msgid "Simple Clock"
7982msgstr ""
8083
84#: clock.py:269
85msgid "Nice Clock"
86msgstr ""
87
88#: clock.py:275
89msgid "Digital Clock"
90msgstr ""
91
92#: clock.py:289
93msgid "Display time in full letters"
94msgstr ""
95
96#: clock.py:295
97msgid "Display weekday and date"
98msgstr ""
99
100#: clock.py:306
101msgid "Talking clock"
102msgstr ""
103
81104#. TRANS: The format used to display the time for digital clock
82105#. You can add AM/PM indicator or use 12/24 format, for example
83106#. "%I:%M:%S %p". See
108108#. strftime formats If the display of the time is moving
109109#. horizontally, it means that the glyphs of the digits used in
110110#. the font don't have the same width. Try to use a Monospace
111#: clock.py:649
111#: clock.py:663
112112#, no-python-format
113msgid "Digital Clock"
113msgid ""
114"<markup><span lang=\"en\" font_desc=\"Sans,Monospace Bold 48\"><span "
115"foreground=\"#005FE4\">%I</span>:<span foreground=\"#00B20D\">%M</span>:"
116"<span foreground=\"#E6000A\">%S</span>%p</span></markup>"
114117msgstr ""
115118
116119#. TRANS: The format of the font used to print hour
117120#. numbers, from 1 to 12.
118#: clock.py:772
119msgid "Hour Number"
121#: clock.py:786
122#, python-format
123msgid "<markup><span lang=\"en\" font_desc=\"Sans Bold 20\">%d</span></markup>"
120124msgstr ""
121125
126#. TRANS: The language pitch (range [0 - 99], default 50 for English)
127#. Look at http://espeak.sourceforge.net/commands.html for details
128#: speaker.py:29
129msgid "50"
130msgstr ""
131
132#. TRANS: The diction speed, in average words per minute (range [80 - 390],
133#. default 170 for English).
134#. Look at http://espeak.sourceforge.net/commands.html for details
135#: speaker.py:37
136msgid "170"
137msgstr ""
138
139#. TRANS: The pause duration between words, in units of 10 ms.
140#. Look at http://espeak.sourceforge.net/commands.html for details
141#: speaker.py:44
142msgid "0"
143msgstr ""
144
145#. TRANS: The language and voice variant
146#. Look at http://espeak.sourceforge.net/commands.html for details, and
147#. http://espeak.sourceforge.net/languages.html to see if your language is supported.
148#: speaker.py:52
149msgid "en"
150msgstr ""
151
122152#. TRANS: The rules to print the time in the localized language.
123153#.
124154#. Example syntax:
193193msgid "time(h, m) => What Time Is It?"
194194msgstr ""
195195
196#. TRANS: The language pitch (range [0 - 99], default 50 for English)
197#. Look at http://espeak.sourceforge.net/commands.html for details
198#: speaker.py:29
199msgid "espeak-pitch"
200msgstr "50"
196#~ msgid "espeak-pitch"
197#~ msgstr "50"
201198
202#. TRANS: The diction speed, in average words per minute (range [80 - 390], default 170 for English).
203#. Look at http://espeak.sourceforge.net/commands.html for details
204#: speaker.py:36
205msgid "espeak-speed"
206msgstr "170"
199#~ msgid "espeak-speed"
200#~ msgstr "170"
207201
208#. TRANS: The pause duration between words, in units of 10 ms.
209#. Look at http://espeak.sourceforge.net/commands.html for details
210#: speaker.py:43
211msgid "espeak-wgap"
212msgstr "1"
213
214#. TRANS: The language and voice variant
215#. Look at http://espeak.sourceforge.net/commands.html for details, and
216#. http://espeak.sourceforge.net/languages.html to see if your language is supported.
217#: speaker.py:51
218msgid "espeak-voice"
219msgstr ""
202#~ msgid "espeak-wgap"
203#~ msgstr "1"