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don570


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PostPosted: Wed 26 Oct 2011, 16:07    Post subject:  Translate pclock  

Translate pclock(renamed Puppy Clock)

This is a power timer program with many features
thanks to its integration with pschedule by Zigbert.

I already have French and German.

... but I would love more Laughing

Just read the next post and translate the English
between the quotation marks into your language.

Then post on this thread or send by email to me.
Check out the software so you understand what
you're translating.

pclock is here
http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=535220#535220
or Puppy Clock
http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=580140#580140

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PostPosted: Wed 26 Oct 2011, 16:08    Post subject:  

Code:

#!/bin/bash
#Pclock
#version=0.3.x
#language=english
#translator:Native

set -a

#Popups
LOC200="Fullscreen"
LOC201="Preferences"
LOC202="About"
LOC203="Quit"
LOC204="You can either play an audio file"
LOC205="or execute a defined action"

#Preferences
LOC300="Set system time"
LOC301="Fontsize"
LOC302="Background color"
LOC303="Clock number color"
LOC304="Restart pClock to activate changes"
LOC305="cancel"
LOC306="OK"
LOC307="pClock - Preferences"

#Alarm
LOC400="Alarm"
LOC401="Construct your Alarm"
LOC402="with definitions"
LOC403="12 hour clock"
LOC404="24 hour clock"
LOC405="Help"
LOC406="Define Music Alarm"
LOC407="Audio"
LOC408="Define Message Alarm"
LOC409="Enter message here"
LOC410="Note:"

#Help
LOC509="Instructions"
LOC500="pClock uses the program pSchedule"
LOC501="to program the alarm.  Click the"
LOC502="Define button (Music or Message)"
LOC503="and you will get options to define"
LOC504="time and action.  Various musical"
LOC505="formats such a MP3 are"
LOC506="acceptable for Musical Alarms"
LOC507="Click on the 24 hour clock or "
LOC508="the 12 hour clock to reset the display."

#Stopwatch
LOC600="Stopwatch"
LOC601="Lap"
LOC602="Laptime"
LOC603="Time"
LOC604="Start"
LOC605="Count hundredths"
LOC606="Split"
LOC607="Lap"

#Countdown
LOC700="Countdown"
LOC701="Start"
LOC702="Seconds to count"
LOC703="1 min"
LOC704="1 hour"
LOC705="1 day"
LOC706="Sound/Action at t=0"

#pclock - about
LOC800="pclock - about"

#pSchedule label
LOC900="Music Alarm"
LOC901="Message Alarm"




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PostPosted: Fri 11 Nov 2011, 06:30    Post subject:  

Hello,

please take a look at here.

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=64575&search_id=1143656085&start=15

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PostPosted: Sat 12 Nov 2011, 12:43    Post subject:  

The reason why the German translation is so bad is
because I was using my High School German.

A properly done translation would be welcome.

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PostPosted: Sat 12 Nov 2011, 15:40    Post subject:  

Hi,

i have edited the de_DE file and commented the edited lines ('edited).

Here is the edited file:
Code:
#!/bin/bash
#Pclock
#version=0.3.x
#language=english
#translator:don570/RSH

set -a

#Popups
LOC200="Vollbild"
LOC201="Einstellungen"
LOC202="Über pClock..."
LOC203="Beenden"
LOC204="Sie können Musik abspielen oder"   #edited
LOC205="eine Meldung anzeigen lassen"      #edited

#Preferences
LOC300="Systemzeit einstellen"
LOC301="Textgröße"
LOC302="Hintergrundfarbe"
LOC303="Farbe der Uhrziffern"
LOC304="pClock neustarten um die Änderungen zu übernehmen" #edited
LOC305="Abbruch"
LOC306="OK"
LOC307="pClock - Einstellungen"

#Alarm
LOC400="Alarm"
LOC401="Einstellen der"                  #edited
LOC402="Alarmtätigkeiten"               #edited
LOC403="12 Stunden"
LOC404="24 Stunden"
LOC405="Hilfe"
LOC406="Tonalarm einstellen"            #edited
LOC407="Musik oder Sounddatei abspielen"   #edited
LOC408="Meldungsalarm einstellen"         #edited
LOC409="Eine Notiz anzeigen"            #edited
LOC410="Notiz:"

#Help
LOC509="Anweisungen"
LOC500="pClock verwendet das Programm pSchedule"      #edited
LOC501="um den Alarm zu definieren. Klicken Sie"      #edited
LOC502="auf 'Tonalarm einstellen' oder 'Meldungs-"      #edited
LOC503="alarm einstellen' und Sie können Uhr- und"      #edited
LOC504="Tageszeiten einstellen. Verschiedene Audio-"   #edited
LOC505="formate (z.B. mp3) können für den Tonalarm"      #edited
LOC506="verwendet werden."                        #edited
LOC507="Um die Anzeige der Uhrzeit anzupassen, "      #edited
LOC508="klicken SIe auf '12' oder '24' Stunden."      #edited

#Stopwatch
LOC600="Stoppuhr"
LOC601="Runde"
LOC602="Rundenzeit"                              #edited
LOC603="Gesamtzeit"                              #edited
LOC604="Starten"
LOC605="Hundertstel"
LOC606="Spalten"
LOC607="Runde"

#Countdown
LOC700="Schaltuhr"
LOC701="Starten"
LOC702="Sekunden abzählen"
LOC703="1 Minute"
LOC704="1 Stunde"
LOC705="1 Tag"
LOC706="Alarm immer zur vollen Minute ausführen"      #edited

#pclock - about
LOC800="Über pClock"

#pSchedule label
LOC900="Musikalarm"
LOC901="Infoalarm"


And for quick_launch:
Quote:
My first post says that I already have a German

I just didn't see that. Confused

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PostPosted: Wed 16 Nov 2011, 19:15    Post subject:  

New German translation is available.
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PostPosted: Wed 16 Nov 2011, 21:09    Post subject:  

Almost finished for spanish (don't know how to translate "lap", "split" and "laptime")

Code:

#!/bin/bash
#Pclock
#version=0.3.x
#language=spanish
#translator:

set -a

#Popups
LOC200="Pantalla completa"
LOC201="Preferencias"
LOC202="Acerca de"
LOC203="Salir"
LOC204=""Puede reproducir un archivo de audio""
LOC205="o ejecutar una acción definida"

#Preferences
LOC300="Establecer la hora del sistema"
LOC301="Tamaño de fuente"
LOC302="Color de fondo"
LOC303="Color de los números del reloj"
LOC304="Reiniciar PCLock para activar los cambios"
LOC305="Cancelar"
LOC306="OK"
LOC307="pClock - Preferencias"

#Alarm
LOC400="Alarma"
LOC401="Crea tu Alarma"
LOC402="con definiciones"
LOC403="reloj de 12 horas"
LOC404="reloj de 24 horas"
LOC405="Ayuda"
LOC406="Definir alarma musical"
LOC407="Audio"
LOC408="Definir mensaje de alarma"
LOC409="Escribe aquí el mensaje"
LOC410="Nota:"

#Help
LOC509="Instrucciones"
LOC500="pCLock utiliza el programa pSchedule"
LOC501="para programar la alarma. Haga clic en el"
LOC502="botón Definir (música o mensaje)"
LOC503="y tendrá opciones para definir"
LOC504="el tiempo y la acción.  Varios formatos"
LOC505="musicales como MP·son"
LOC506="aceptables para las alarmas musicales"
LOC507="Haga clic en el reloj de 24 horas o "
LOC508="el reloj de 12 horas para restablecer la pantalla."

#Stopwatch
LOC600="Cronometro"
LOC601="Lap"
LOC602="Laptime"
LOC603="Tiempo"
LOC604="Inicio"
LOC605="Contar centésimas"
LOC606="Split"
LOC607="Lap"

#Countdown
LOC700="Cuenta atrás"
LOC701="Inicio"
LOC702="Segundos a contar"
LOC703="1 min"
LOC704="1 hora"
LOC705="1 día"
LOC706="Sonido/Acción al finalizar"

#pclock - about
LOC800="pclock - acerca de"

#pSchedule label
LOC900="Alarma musical"
LOC901="Mensaje de alarma"
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PostPosted: Thu 17 Nov 2011, 00:51    Post subject:  

Quote:
Almost finished for spanish (don't know how to translate "lap", "split" and "laptime")


I think 'lap' and 'laptime' could be 'lapso' and 'lapso de tiempo' if it's a time span, and 'split' is usually 'dividir'. Don, could you explain what are the functions from these lines?
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PostPosted: Thu 17 Nov 2011, 17:23    Post subject: translate  

Zigbert wrote that code to time athletic events,

so 'Lap' means 'Going around in a circle once'

A race is composed of several 'Laps'

The German translator translated 'Lap' as 'Runde'
which is a cognate to the English 'Round'

'Laptime' is the time taken for a "Lap"

In German it's 'Rundezeit'.

'Split' is difficult to translate. It means divide up into smaller bits.
In English we say to split a log or a stone or a reward.

Thanks for trying.
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PostPosted: Thu 17 Nov 2011, 20:10    Post subject: Re: translate  

don570 wrote:
Zigbert wrote that code to time athletic events,

so 'Lap' means 'Going around in a circle once'

A race is composed of several 'Laps'

The German translator translated 'Lap' as 'Runde'
which is a cognate to the English 'Round'

'Laptime' is the time taken for a "Lap"

In German it's 'Rundezeit'.

'Split' is difficult to translate. It means divide up into smaller bits.
In English we say to split a log or a stone or a reward.

Thanks for trying.
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Got it, in sports 'lap' is 'vuelta' in Spanish, so 'laptime' should be 'tiempo de vuelta'.
'Split' is easier, we say 'partir' or 'dividir' in Spanish. To better understand, the English word is popular here for a type of air-conditioner that has two pieces joint by a tube that passes through a wall, this way you don't get a giant hole in your wall because the air-conditioner is split.

Nice job Masf! Very Happy

OK, the completed translation then should look like this:

Code:

#!/bin/bash
 #Pclock
 #version=0.3.x
 #language=spanish
 #translator: Masf/ferro10n

 set -a

 #Popups
 LOC200="Pantalla completa"
 LOC201="Preferencias"
 LOC202="Acerca de"
 LOC203="Salir"
 LOC204="Puede reproducir un archivo de audio""
 LOC205="o ejecutar una acción definida"

 #Preferences
 LOC300="Establecer la hora del sistema"
 LOC301="Tamaño de fuente"
 LOC302="Color de fondo"
 LOC303="Color de los números del reloj"
 LOC304="Reiniciar PCLock para activar los cambios"
 LOC305="Cancelar"
 LOC306="OK"
 LOC307="pClock - Preferencias"

 #Alarm
 LOC400="Alarma"
 LOC401="Cree su Alarma"
 LOC402="con definiciones"
 LOC403="reloj de 12 horas"
 LOC404="reloj de 24 horas"
 LOC405="Ayuda"
 LOC406="Definir alarma musical"
 LOC407="Audio"
 LOC408="Definir mensaje de alarma"
 LOC409="Escriba aquí el mensaje"
 LOC410="Nota:"

 #Help
 LOC509="Instrucciones"
 LOC500="pCLock utiliza el programa pSchedule"
 LOC501="para programar la alarma. Haga clic en el"
 LOC502="botón Definir (música o mensaje)"
 LOC503="y tendrá opciones para definir"
 LOC504="el tiempo y la acción.  Varios formatos"
 LOC505="musicales como MP3 son"
 LOC506="aceptables para las alarmas musicales"
 LOC507="Haga clic en el reloj de 24 horas o "
 LOC508="el reloj de 12 horas para restablecer la pantalla."

 #Stopwatch
 LOC600="Cronómetro"
 LOC601="Vuelta"
 LOC602="Tiempo de vuelta"
 LOC603="Tiempo"
 LOC604="Inicio"
 LOC605="Contar centésimas"
 LOC606="Dividir"
 LOC607="Vuelta"

 #Countdown
 LOC700="Cuenta atrás"
 LOC701="Inicio"
 LOC702="Segundos a contar"
 LOC703="1 min"
 LOC704="1 hora"
 LOC705="1 día"
 LOC706="Sonido/Acción al finalizar"

 #pclock - about
 LOC800="pclock - acerca de"

 #pSchedule label
 LOC900="Alarma musical"
 LOC901="Mensaje de alarma"



I corrected a couple of words, if you use informal speech ('tú' conjugations) you should maintain it from the beginning to the end (Crea tu alarma, haz clic aquí, etc.), I fixed it to be all formal, i.e. 'usted' conjugations (Cree su alarma, haga clic aquí, etc.).

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PostPosted: Thu 17 Nov 2011, 20:39    Post subject:  

Here is the Portuguese translation:

Code:

#!/bin/bash
#Pclock
#version=0.3.x
#language=portuguese
#translator: ferro10n

set -a

#Popups
LOC200="Tela cheia"
LOC201="Preferências"
LOC202="Sobre"
LOC203="Sair"
LOC204="Você pode reproduzir um som"
LOC205="ou executar uma ação definida"

#Preferences
LOC300="Ajustar tempo do sistema"
LOC301="Tamanho de fonte"
LOC302="Cor do fundo"
LOC303="Cor do núm. relógio"
LOC304="Reiniciar pClock para ativar mudanças"
LOC305="cancelar"
LOC306="OK"
LOC307="pClock - Preferências"

#Alarm
LOC400="Alarme"
LOC401="Construir seu Alarme"
LOC402="com definições"
LOC403="relógio de 12 horas"
LOC404="relógio de 24 horas"
LOC405="Ajuda"
LOC406="Definir Alarme Musical"
LOC407="Som"
LOC408="Definir Mensagem do Alarme"
LOC409="Introduzir mensagem aqui"
LOC410="Nota:"

#Help
LOC509="Instruções"
LOC500="pClock usa o programa pSchedule"
LOC501="para programar o alarme.  Clique no"
LOC502="botão Definir (Música ou Mensagem)"
LOC503="e você terá opções para definir"
LOC504="a hora e a ação.  Vários formatos"
LOC505="musicais como MP3 são"
LOC506="aceitáveis para Alarmes Musicais"
LOC507="Clique no relógio de 24 horas ou "
LOC508="no de 12 horas para restabelecer a tela."

#Stopwatch
LOC600="Cronômetro"
LOC601="Volta"
LOC602="Volta de tempo"
LOC603="Hora"
LOC604="Início"
LOC605="Contar centésimos"
LOC606="Dividir"
LOC607="Volta"

#Countdown
LOC700="Contagem Regressiva"
LOC701="Início"
LOC702="Segundos para contar"
LOC703="1 min."
LOC704="1 hora"
LOC705="1 dia"
LOC706="Som/Ação em t=0"

#pclock - about
LOC800="pclock - sobre"

#pSchedule label
LOC900="Alarme Musical"
LOC901="Alarme de Mensagem"

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PostPosted: Sat 19 Nov 2011, 16:41    Post subject:  

I'll work on the pet package on Sunday.

Note to ferro have you tried my application
Bacon Recorder. I could use a tranlation into
Portugese and Italian for it.
It's my favorite app!! So I would appreciate you
taking the time to translate it!!

Also the Spanish version of Baconrecorder probably
has some errors in the translation that
could use your attention.

http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=72855

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