[Cyberduck-localization] Language & Proxy Preferences
dkocher at cyberduck.ch
Sat Mar 27 03:41:30 CET 2010
The next minor release of Cyberduck will include a preference pane to choose the localization use for Cyberduck. I introduce this feature because as of Mac OS X 10.6 it is no longer possible to choose an application specific locale for a single application using the Finder Info panel.
The new setting allows users to use a localization in Cyberduck regardless of the global preference list in System Preferences.
The strings to translate are in Preferences.strings:
/* NSTabViewItem : <title:Language> (oid:4940) */
"Language" = "Language";
/* NSTextField (Changes take effect the next time you open the application.) : <title:Changes take effect the next time you open the application.> (oid:3827) */
"Changes take effect the next time you open the application." = "Changes take effect the next time you open the application.";
Also, we now include in the Connection tab a checkbox to toggle reading proxy settings from system preferences and a button to open System Preferences and change the current settings.
Also found in Preferences.strings:
/* NSButton (Use system proxy settings) : <title:Use system proxy settings> (oid:4029) */
"Use system proxy settings" = "Use system proxy settings";
/* NSButton (Change Settings…) : <title:Change Settings…> (oid:4024) */
"Change Settings…" = "Change Settings…";
Thanks for keeping the translations up to date!
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