Merge lp:~mterry/checkbox/514401 into lp:checkbox

Proposed by Michael Terry on 2010-12-22
Status: Merged
Merged at revision: 863
Proposed branch: lp:~mterry/checkbox/514401
Merge into: lp:checkbox
Diff against target: 732 lines (+233/-189)
7 files modified
debian/changelog (+14/-0)
jobs/fingerprint.txt.in (+12/-12)
jobs/firewire.txt.in (+3/-3)
jobs/media.txt.in (+48/-48)
jobs/monitor.txt.in (+6/-6)
jobs/sleep.txt.in (+22/-22)
po/checkbox.pot (+128/-98)
To merge this branch: bzr merge lp:~mterry/checkbox/514401
Reviewer Review Type Date Requested Status
Jeff Lane 2010-12-22 Approve on 2011-03-16
Review via email: mp+44476@code.launchpad.net

Description of the change

This is a re-proposal from https://code.launchpad.net/~udienz/ubuntu/natty/checkbox/checkbox.fix.514401/+merge/44474 into lp:checkbox. Patch by Mahyuddin Susanto.

Solved
 * LP: #514401
   Translations are not loaded for the test descriptions in Checkbox
 * LP: #525454
   translation line 338: "Screen" should be "The screen"

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Approve.

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1=== modified file 'debian/changelog'
2--- debian/changelog 2010-12-08 01:06:35 +0000
3+++ debian/changelog 2010-12-22 15:51:46 +0000
4@@ -1,3 +1,17 @@
5+checkbox (0.11.0) natty; urgency=low
6+
7+ * Fixed several strings appear in English although translated (LP: #514401)
8+ - jobs/fingerprint.txt.in
9+ - jobs/media.txt.in
10+ - jobs/monitor.txt.in
11+ - jobs/sleep.txt.in
12+ - jobs/firewire.txt.in
13+ - po/checkbox.pot
14+ * Fixed grammar (LP: #525454)
15+ + jobs/fingerprint.txt.in
16+
17+ -- Mahyuddin Susanto <udienz@gmail.com> Wed, 22 Dec 2010 10:48:04 -0500
18+
19 checkbox (0.10.4) maverick; urgency=low
20
21 * Initial release.
22
23=== modified file 'jobs/fingerprint.txt.in'
24--- jobs/fingerprint.txt.in 2010-01-26 20:28:21 +0000
25+++ jobs/fingerprint.txt.in 2010-12-22 15:51:46 +0000
26@@ -4,12 +4,12 @@
27 Prerequisites: This test case assumes that there's a testing account from which test cases are run and a personal account that the tester uses to verify the fingerprint reader
28 .
29 Fingerprint login verification procedure:
30- 1.- Click on the user switcher applet
31- 2.- Select your user name
32- 3.- A window should appear that provides the ability to login either typing your password or using fingerprint authentication
33- 4.- Use the fingerprint reader to login
34- 5.- Click on the user switcher applet
35- 6.- Select the testing account to continue running tests
36+ 1.- Click on the user switcher applet
37+ 2.- Select your user name
38+ 3.- A window should appear that provides the ability to login either typing your password or using fingerprint authentication
39+ 4.- Use the fingerprint reader to login
40+ 5.- Click on the user switcher applet
41+ 6.- Select the testing account to continue running tests
42 .
43 Did the authentication procedure work correctly?
44
45@@ -17,11 +17,11 @@
46 name: unlock
47 _description:
48 Fingerprint unlock verification procedure:
49- 1.- Click on the user switcher applet
50- 2.- Select 'Lock screen'
51- 3.- Press any key or move the mouse
52- 4.- A window should appear that provides the ability to unlock either typing your password or using fingerprint authentication
53- 5.- Use the fingerprint reader to unlock
54- 6.- Screen should be unlocked
55+ 1.- Click on the user switcher applet
56+ 2.- Select 'Lock screen'
57+ 3.- Press any key or move the mouse
58+ 4.- A window should appear that provides the ability to unlock either typing your password or using fingerprint authentication
59+ 5.- Use the fingerprint reader to unlock
60+ 6.- Your screen should be unlocked
61 .
62 Did the authentication procedure work correctly?
63
64=== modified file 'jobs/firewire.txt.in'
65--- jobs/firewire.txt.in 2010-07-02 18:35:10 +0000
66+++ jobs/firewire.txt.in 2010-12-22 15:51:46 +0000
67@@ -2,9 +2,9 @@
68 name: firewire-hdd
69 _description:
70 Firewire HDD verification procedure:
71- 1.- Plug a Firewire HDD into the computer
72- 2.- A window should be opened asking which action should be performed (open folder, photo manager, etc).
73- 3.- Copy some files from the internal/firewire HDD to the firewire/internal HDD
74+ 1.- Plug a Firewire HDD into the computer
75+ 2.- A window should be opened asking which action should be performed (open folder, photo manager, etc).
76+ 3.- Copy some files from the internal/firewire HDD to the firewire/internal HDD
77 .
78 Do the copy operations work as expected?
79
80
81=== modified file 'jobs/media.txt.in'
82--- jobs/media.txt.in 2010-07-08 10:09:42 +0000
83+++ jobs/media.txt.in 2010-12-22 15:51:46 +0000
84@@ -13,10 +13,10 @@
85 name: media-sd
86 _description:
87 Secure Digital (SD) media card support verification:
88- 1.- Plug a SD media card into the computer.
89- 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
90- 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
91- 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
92+ 1.- Plug a SD media card into the computer.
93+ 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
94+ 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
95+ 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
96 .
97 Does the icon automatically appear/disappear?
98
99@@ -25,10 +25,10 @@
100 depends: sleep_state_test media-sd
101 _description:
102 Secure Digital (SD) media card support re-verification:
103- 1.- Plug a SD media card into the computer.
104- 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
105- 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
106- 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
107+ 1.- Plug a SD media card into the computer.
108+ 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
109+ 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
110+ 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
111 .
112 Does the icon automatically appear/disappear?
113
114@@ -36,10 +36,10 @@
115 name: media-sdhc
116 _description:
117 Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) media card support verification:
118- 1.- Plug a SDHC media card into the computer.
119- 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
120- 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
121- 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
122+ 1.- Plug a SDHC media card into the computer.
123+ 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
124+ 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
125+ 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
126 .
127 Does the icon automatically appear/disappear?
128
129@@ -48,10 +48,10 @@
130 depends: sleep_state_test
131 _description:
132 Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) media card support re-verification:
133- 1.- Plug a SDHC media card into the computer.
134- 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
135- 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
136- 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
137+ 1.- Plug a SDHC media card into the computer.
138+ 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
139+ 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
140+ 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
141 .
142 Does the icon automatically appear/disappear?
143
144@@ -59,10 +59,10 @@
145 name: media-mmc
146 _description:
147 Multi Media Card (MMC) media card support verification:
148- 1.- Plug a MMC media card into the computer.
149- 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
150- 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
151- 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
152+ 1.- Plug a MMC media card into the computer.
153+ 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
154+ 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
155+ 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
156 .
157 Does the icon automatically appear/disappear?
158
159@@ -71,10 +71,10 @@
160 depends: sleep_state_test media-mmc
161 _description:
162 Multi Media Card (MMC) media card support re-verification:
163- 1.- Plug a MMC media card into the computer.
164- 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
165- 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
166- 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
167+ 1.- Plug a MMC media card into the computer.
168+ 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
169+ 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
170+ 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
171 .
172 Does the icon automatically appear/disappear?
173
174@@ -82,10 +82,10 @@
175 name: media-ms
176 _description:
177 Memory Stick (MS) media card support verification:
178- 1.- Plug a MS media card into the computer.
179- 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
180- 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
181- 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
182+ 1.- Plug a MS media card into the computer.
183+ 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
184+ 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
185+ 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
186 .
187 Does the icon automatically appear/disappear?
188
189@@ -94,10 +94,10 @@
190 depends: sleep_state_test media-ms
191 _description:
192 Memory Stick (MS) media card support re-verification:
193- 1.- Plug a MS media card into the computer.
194- 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
195- 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
196- 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
197+ 1.- Plug a MS media card into the computer.
198+ 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
199+ 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
200+ 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
201 .
202 Does the icon automatically appear/disappear?
203
204@@ -105,10 +105,10 @@
205 name: media-msp
206 _description:
207 Memory Stick Pro (MSP) media card support verification:
208- 1.- Plug a MSP media card into the computer.
209- 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
210- 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
211- 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
212+ 1.- Plug a MSP media card into the computer.
213+ 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
214+ 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
215+ 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
216 .
217 Does the icon automatically appear/disappear?
218
219@@ -117,10 +117,10 @@
220 depends: sleep_state_test media-msp
221 _description:
222 Memory Stick Pro (MSP) media card support re-verification:
223- 1.- Plug a MSP media card into the computer.
224- 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
225- 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
226- 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
227+ 1.- Plug a MSP media card into the computer.
228+ 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
229+ 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
230+ 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
231 .
232 Does the icon automatically appear/disappear?
233
234@@ -128,10 +128,10 @@
235 name: media-cf
236 _description:
237 Compact Flash (CF) media card support verification:
238- 1.- Plug a CF media card into the computer.
239- 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
240- 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
241- 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
242+ 1.- Plug a CF media card into the computer.
243+ 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
244+ 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
245+ 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
246 .
247 Does the icon automatically appear/disappear?
248
249@@ -140,9 +140,9 @@
250 depends: sleep_state_test media-cf
251 _description:
252 Compact Flash (CF) media card support re-verification:
253- 1.- Plug a CF media card into the computer.
254- 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
255- 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
256- 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
257+ 1.- Plug a CF media card into the computer.
258+ 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "Places" menu at the top of the screen.
259+ 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select "Safely Remove Drive".
260+ 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the "Places" menu.
261 .
262 Does the icon automatically appear/disappear?
263
264=== modified file 'jobs/monitor.txt.in'
265--- jobs/monitor.txt.in 2009-12-04 19:56:05 +0000
266+++ jobs/monitor.txt.in 2010-12-22 15:51:46 +0000
267@@ -3,9 +3,9 @@
268 command: xset dpms force off
269 _description:
270 Monitor power saving verification procedure:
271- 1.- Select Test to try the power saving capabilities of your monitor
272- 2.- The monitor should go blank
273- 3.- Press any key or move the mouse to recover
274+ 1.- Select Test to try the power saving capabilities of your monitor
275+ 2.- The monitor should go blank
276+ 3.- Press any key or move the mouse to recover
277 .
278 Did the monitor go blank?
279
280@@ -14,8 +14,8 @@
281 command: dead_pixel_test
282 _description:
283 Dead pixel check procedure:
284- 1.- Select Test to display a single color in full screen mode
285- 2.- Check that all pixels are the same color
286- 3.- Press any key and repeat the check for another color (red, green, blue, white and black)
287+ 1.- Select Test to display a single color in full screen mode
288+ 2.- Check that all pixels are the same color
289+ 3.- Press any key and repeat the check for another color (red, green, blue, white and black)
290 .
291 Did all the pixels change their color properly?
292
293=== modified file 'jobs/sleep.txt.in'
294--- jobs/sleep.txt.in 2010-07-12 18:57:29 +0000
295+++ jobs/sleep.txt.in 2010-12-22 15:51:46 +0000
296@@ -19,11 +19,11 @@
297 command: internet_test
298 _description:
299 Wireless network connection procedure:
300- 1.- Click on the Network Manager applet
301- 2.- Click on Disconnect under 'Wired Networks'
302- 3.- Select a network below the 'Wireless networks' section
303- 4.- Notify OSD should confirm that the connection has been established
304- 5.- Select Test to verify connection and throughput
305+ 1.- Click on the Network Manager applet
306+ 2.- Click on Disconnect under 'Wired Networks'
307+ 3.- Select a network below the 'Wireless networks' section
308+ 4.- Notify OSD should confirm that the connection has been established
309+ 5.- Select Test to verify connection and throughput
310 Output:
311 .
312 $output
313@@ -47,12 +47,12 @@
314 Verify a bluetooth peripheral. An example verification procedure for a bluetooth mouse is given.
315 .
316 Bluetooth mouse procedure:
317- 1.- Enable the bluetooth mouse
318- 2.- Click on the bluetooth icon in the menu bar
319- 3.- Select 'Setup new device'
320- 4.- Look for the device in the list and select it
321- 5.- Move the mouse around the screen
322- 6.- Perform some single/double/right click operations
323+ 1.- Enable the bluetooth mouse
324+ 2.- Click on the bluetooth icon in the menu bar
325+ 3.- Select 'Setup new device'
326+ 4.- Look for the device in the list and select it
327+ 5.- Move the mouse around the screen
328+ 6.- Perform some single/double/right click operations
329 .
330 Did all the steps work?
331
332@@ -91,11 +91,11 @@
333 command: internet_test
334 _description:
335 Wireless network connection procedure:
336- 1.- Click on the Network Manager applet
337- 2.- If a wired connection is established, click its Disconnect option
338- 3.- Select a network below the 'Wireless networks' section
339- 4.- Notify OSD should confirm that the connection has been established
340- 5.- Select Test to verify connection and throughput
341+ 1.- Click on the Network Manager applet
342+ 2.- If a wired connection is established, click its Disconnect option
343+ 3.- Select a network below the 'Wireless networks' section
344+ 4.- Notify OSD should confirm that the connection has been established
345+ 5.- Select Test to verify connection and throughput
346 Output:
347 .
348 $output
349@@ -120,12 +120,12 @@
350 Verify a bluetooth peripheral. An example verification procedure for a bluetooth mouse is given.
351 .
352 Bluetooth mouse procedure:
353- 1.- Enable the bluetooth mouse
354- 2.- Click on the bluetooth icon in the menu bar
355- 3.- Select 'Setup new device'
356- 4.- Look for the device in the list and select it
357- 5.- Move the mouse around the screen
358- 6.- Perform some single/double/right click operations
359+ 1.- Enable the bluetooth mouse
360+ 2.- Click on the bluetooth icon in the menu bar
361+ 3.- Select 'Setup new device'
362+ 4.- Look for the device in the list and select it
363+ 5.- Move the mouse around the screen
364+ 6.- Perform some single/double/right click operations
365 .
366 Did all the steps work?
367
368
369=== modified file 'po/checkbox.pot'
370--- po/checkbox.pot 2010-09-15 17:21:48 +0000
371+++ po/checkbox.pot 2010-12-22 15:51:46 +0000
372@@ -8,10 +8,11 @@
373 msgstr ""
374 "Project-Id-Version: PACKAGE VERSION\n"
375 "Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: \n"
376-"POT-Creation-Date: 2010-09-15 13:10-0400\n"
377+"POT-Creation-Date: 2010-12-22 10:47-0500\n"
378 "PO-Revision-Date: YEAR-MO-DA HO:MI+ZONE\n"
379 "Last-Translator: FULL NAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>\n"
380 "Language-Team: LANGUAGE <LL@li.org>\n"
381+"Language: \n"
382 "MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
383 "Content-Type: text/plain; charset=CHARSET\n"
384 "Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
385@@ -159,21 +160,27 @@
386 #. description
387 #: ../jobs/fingerprint.txt.in:3
388 msgid ""
389-"Fingerprint login verification procedure: 1.- Click on the user switcher "
390-"applet 2.- Select your user name 3.- A window should appear that provides "
391-"the ability to login either typing your password or using fingerprint "
392-"authentication 4.- Use the fingerprint reader to login 5.- Click on the user "
393-"switcher applet 6.- Select the testing account to continue running tests"
394+"Fingerprint login verification procedure:\n"
395+" 1.- Click on the user switcher applet\n"
396+" 2.- Select your user name\n"
397+" 3.- A window should appear that provides the ability to login either typing "
398+"your password or using fingerprint authentication\n"
399+" 4.- Use the fingerprint reader to login\n"
400+" 5.- Click on the user switcher applet\n"
401+" 6.- Select the testing account to continue running tests"
402 msgstr ""
403
404 #. description
405 #: ../jobs/fingerprint.txt.in:18
406 msgid ""
407-"Fingerprint unlock verification procedure: 1.- Click on the user switcher "
408-"applet 2.- Select 'Lock screen' 3.- Press any key or move the mouse 4.- A "
409-"window should appear that provides the ability to unlock either typing your "
410-"password or using fingerprint authentication 5.- Use the fingerprint reader "
411-"to unlock 6.- Screen should be unlocked"
412+"Fingerprint unlock verification procedure:\n"
413+" 1.- Click on the user switcher applet\n"
414+" 2.- Select 'Lock screen'\n"
415+" 3.- Press any key or move the mouse\n"
416+" 4.- A window should appear that provides the ability to unlock either "
417+"typing your password or using fingerprint authentication\n"
418+" 5.- Use the fingerprint reader to unlock\n"
419+" 6.- Your screen should be unlocked"
420 msgstr ""
421
422 #. description
423@@ -184,10 +191,12 @@
424 #. description
425 #: ../jobs/firewire.txt.in:3
426 msgid ""
427-"Firewire HDD verification procedure: 1.- Plug a Firewire HDD into the "
428-"computer 2.- A window should be opened asking which action should be "
429-"performed (open folder, photo manager, etc). 3.- Copy some files from the "
430-"internal/firewire HDD to the firewire/internal HDD"
431+"Firewire HDD verification procedure:\n"
432+" 1.- Plug a Firewire HDD into the computer\n"
433+" 2.- A window should be opened asking which action should be performed (open "
434+"folder, photo manager, etc).\n"
435+" 3.- Copy some files from the internal/firewire HDD to the firewire/internal "
436+"HDD"
437 msgstr ""
438
439 #. description
440@@ -291,121 +300,133 @@
441 #. description
442 #: ../jobs/media.txt.in:14
443 msgid ""
444-"Secure Digital (SD) media card support verification: 1.- Plug a SD media "
445-"card into the computer. 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "
446-"\"Places\" menu at the top of the screen. 3.- Right click on the deskop icon "
447-"and select \"Safely Remove Drive\". 4.- The icon should disappear of both "
448-"the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
449+"Secure Digital (SD) media card support verification:\n"
450+" 1.- Plug a SD media card into the computer.\n"
451+" 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the \"Places\" menu at the "
452+"top of the screen.\n"
453+" 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select \"Safely Remove Drive\".\n"
454+" 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
455 msgstr ""
456
457 #. description
458 #: ../jobs/media.txt.in:26
459 msgid ""
460-"Secure Digital (SD) media card support re-verification: 1.- Plug a SD media "
461-"card into the computer. 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "
462-"\"Places\" menu at the top of the screen. 3.- Right click on the deskop icon "
463-"and select \"Safely Remove Drive\". 4.- The icon should disappear of both "
464-"the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
465+"Secure Digital (SD) media card support re-verification:\n"
466+" 1.- Plug a SD media card into the computer.\n"
467+" 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the \"Places\" menu at the "
468+"top of the screen.\n"
469+" 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select \"Safely Remove Drive\".\n"
470+" 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
471 msgstr ""
472
473 #. description
474 #: ../jobs/media.txt.in:37
475 msgid ""
476-"Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) media card support verification: 1.- "
477-"Plug a SDHC media card into the computer. 2.- An icon should appear on the "
478-"desktop and in the \"Places\" menu at the top of the screen. 3.- Right click "
479-"on the deskop icon and select \"Safely Remove Drive\". 4.- The icon should "
480-"disappear of both the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
481+"Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) media card support verification:\n"
482+" 1.- Plug a SDHC media card into the computer.\n"
483+" 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the \"Places\" menu at the "
484+"top of the screen.\n"
485+" 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select \"Safely Remove Drive\".\n"
486+" 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
487 msgstr ""
488
489 #. description
490 #: ../jobs/media.txt.in:49
491 msgid ""
492-"Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) media card support re-verification: 1.- "
493-"Plug a SDHC media card into the computer. 2.- An icon should appear on the "
494-"desktop and in the \"Places\" menu at the top of the screen. 3.- Right click "
495-"on the deskop icon and select \"Safely Remove Drive\". 4.- The icon should "
496-"disappear of both the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
497+"Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) media card support re-verification:\n"
498+" 1.- Plug a SDHC media card into the computer.\n"
499+" 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the \"Places\" menu at the "
500+"top of the screen.\n"
501+" 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select \"Safely Remove Drive\".\n"
502+" 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
503 msgstr ""
504
505 #. description
506 #: ../jobs/media.txt.in:60
507 msgid ""
508-"Multi Media Card (MMC) media card support verification: 1.- Plug a MMC media "
509-"card into the computer. 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "
510-"\"Places\" menu at the top of the screen. 3.- Right click on the deskop icon "
511-"and select \"Safely Remove Drive\". 4.- The icon should disappear of both "
512-"the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
513+"Multi Media Card (MMC) media card support verification:\n"
514+" 1.- Plug a MMC media card into the computer.\n"
515+" 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the \"Places\" menu at the "
516+"top of the screen.\n"
517+" 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select \"Safely Remove Drive\".\n"
518+" 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
519 msgstr ""
520
521 #. description
522 #: ../jobs/media.txt.in:72
523 msgid ""
524-"Multi Media Card (MMC) media card support re-verification: 1.- Plug a MMC "
525-"media card into the computer. 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and "
526-"in the \"Places\" menu at the top of the screen. 3.- Right click on the "
527-"deskop icon and select \"Safely Remove Drive\". 4.- The icon should "
528-"disappear of both the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
529+"Multi Media Card (MMC) media card support re-verification:\n"
530+" 1.- Plug a MMC media card into the computer.\n"
531+" 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the \"Places\" menu at the "
532+"top of the screen.\n"
533+" 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select \"Safely Remove Drive\".\n"
534+" 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
535 msgstr ""
536
537 #. description
538 #: ../jobs/media.txt.in:83
539 msgid ""
540-"Memory Stick (MS) media card support verification: 1.- Plug a MS media card "
541-"into the computer. 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "
542-"\"Places\" menu at the top of the screen. 3.- Right click on the deskop icon "
543-"and select \"Safely Remove Drive\". 4.- The icon should disappear of both "
544-"the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
545+"Memory Stick (MS) media card support verification:\n"
546+" 1.- Plug a MS media card into the computer.\n"
547+" 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the \"Places\" menu at the "
548+"top of the screen.\n"
549+" 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select \"Safely Remove Drive\".\n"
550+" 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
551 msgstr ""
552
553 #. description
554 #: ../jobs/media.txt.in:95
555 msgid ""
556-"Memory Stick (MS) media card support re-verification: 1.- Plug a MS media "
557-"card into the computer. 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "
558-"\"Places\" menu at the top of the screen. 3.- Right click on the deskop icon "
559-"and select \"Safely Remove Drive\". 4.- The icon should disappear of both "
560-"the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
561+"Memory Stick (MS) media card support re-verification:\n"
562+" 1.- Plug a MS media card into the computer.\n"
563+" 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the \"Places\" menu at the "
564+"top of the screen.\n"
565+" 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select \"Safely Remove Drive\".\n"
566+" 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
567 msgstr ""
568
569 #. description
570 #: ../jobs/media.txt.in:106
571 msgid ""
572-"Memory Stick Pro (MSP) media card support verification: 1.- Plug a MSP media "
573-"card into the computer. 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "
574-"\"Places\" menu at the top of the screen. 3.- Right click on the deskop icon "
575-"and select \"Safely Remove Drive\". 4.- The icon should disappear of both "
576-"the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
577+"Memory Stick Pro (MSP) media card support verification:\n"
578+" 1.- Plug a MSP media card into the computer.\n"
579+" 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the \"Places\" menu at the "
580+"top of the screen.\n"
581+" 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select \"Safely Remove Drive\".\n"
582+" 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
583 msgstr ""
584
585 #. description
586 #: ../jobs/media.txt.in:118
587 msgid ""
588-"Memory Stick Pro (MSP) media card support re-verification: 1.- Plug a MSP "
589-"media card into the computer. 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and "
590-"in the \"Places\" menu at the top of the screen. 3.- Right click on the "
591-"deskop icon and select \"Safely Remove Drive\". 4.- The icon should "
592-"disappear of both the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
593+"Memory Stick Pro (MSP) media card support re-verification:\n"
594+" 1.- Plug a MSP media card into the computer.\n"
595+" 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the \"Places\" menu at the "
596+"top of the screen.\n"
597+" 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select \"Safely Remove Drive\".\n"
598+" 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
599 msgstr ""
600
601 #. description
602 #: ../jobs/media.txt.in:129
603 msgid ""
604-"Compact Flash (CF) media card support verification: 1.- Plug a CF media card "
605-"into the computer. 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "
606-"\"Places\" menu at the top of the screen. 3.- Right click on the deskop icon "
607-"and select \"Safely Remove Drive\". 4.- The icon should disappear of both "
608-"the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
609+"Compact Flash (CF) media card support verification:\n"
610+" 1.- Plug a CF media card into the computer.\n"
611+" 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the \"Places\" menu at the "
612+"top of the screen.\n"
613+" 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select \"Safely Remove Drive\".\n"
614+" 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
615 msgstr ""
616
617 #. description
618 #: ../jobs/media.txt.in:141
619 msgid ""
620-"Compact Flash (CF) media card support re-verification: 1.- Plug a CF media "
621-"card into the computer. 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the "
622-"\"Places\" menu at the top of the screen. 3.- Right click on the deskop icon "
623-"and select \"Safely Remove Drive\". 4.- The icon should disappear of both "
624-"the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
625+"Compact Flash (CF) media card support re-verification:\n"
626+" 1.- Plug a CF media card into the computer.\n"
627+" 2.- An icon should appear on the desktop and in the \"Places\" menu at the "
628+"top of the screen.\n"
629+" 3.- Right click on the deskop icon and select \"Safely Remove Drive\".\n"
630+" 4.- The icon should disappear of both the deskop and the \"Places\" menu."
631 msgstr ""
632
633 #. description
634@@ -416,9 +437,10 @@
635 #. description
636 #: ../jobs/monitor.txt.in:4
637 msgid ""
638-"Monitor power saving verification procedure: 1.- Select Test to try the "
639-"power saving capabilities of your monitor 2.- The monitor should go blank "
640-"3.- Press any key or move the mouse to recover"
641+"Monitor power saving verification procedure:\n"
642+" 1.- Select Test to try the power saving capabilities of your monitor\n"
643+" 2.- The monitor should go blank\n"
644+" 3.- Press any key or move the mouse to recover"
645 msgstr ""
646
647 #. description
648@@ -429,10 +451,11 @@
649 #. description
650 #: ../jobs/monitor.txt.in:15
651 msgid ""
652-"Dead pixel check procedure: 1.- Select Test to display a single color in "
653-"full screen mode 2.- Check that all pixels are the same color 3.- Press any "
654-"key and repeat the check for another color (red, green, blue, white and "
655-"black)"
656+"Dead pixel check procedure:\n"
657+" 1.- Select Test to display a single color in full screen mode\n"
658+" 2.- Check that all pixels are the same color\n"
659+" 3.- Press any key and repeat the check for another color (red, green, blue, "
660+"white and black)"
661 msgstr ""
662
663 #. description
664@@ -511,11 +534,13 @@
665 #. description
666 #: ../jobs/sleep.txt.in:20
667 msgid ""
668-"Wireless network connection procedure: 1.- Click on the Network Manager "
669-"applet 2.- Click on Disconnect under 'Wired Networks' 3.- Select a network "
670-"below the 'Wireless networks' section 4.- Notify OSD should confirm that the "
671-"connection has been established 5.- Select Test to verify connection and "
672-"throughput Output:"
673+"Wireless network connection procedure:\n"
674+" 1.- Click on the Network Manager applet\n"
675+" 2.- Click on Disconnect under 'Wired Networks'\n"
676+" 3.- Select a network below the 'Wireless networks' section\n"
677+" 4.- Notify OSD should confirm that the connection has been established\n"
678+" 5.- Select Test to verify connection and throughput\n"
679+"Output:"
680 msgstr ""
681
682 #. description
683@@ -549,11 +574,13 @@
684 #. description
685 #: ../jobs/sleep.txt.in:92
686 msgid ""
687-"Wireless network connection procedure: 1.- Click on the Network Manager "
688-"applet 2.- If a wired connection is established, click its Disconnect option "
689-"3.- Select a network below the 'Wireless networks' section 4.- Notify OSD "
690-"should confirm that the connection has been established 5.- Select Test to "
691-"verify connection and throughput Output:"
692+"Wireless network connection procedure:\n"
693+" 1.- Click on the Network Manager applet\n"
694+" 2.- If a wired connection is established, click its Disconnect option\n"
695+" 3.- Select a network below the 'Wireless networks' section\n"
696+" 4.- Notify OSD should confirm that the connection has been established\n"
697+" 5.- Select Test to verify connection and throughput\n"
698+"Output:"
699 msgstr ""
700
701 #. description
702@@ -571,10 +598,13 @@
703 #. description
704 #: ../jobs/sleep.txt.in:119
705 msgid ""
706-"Bluetooth mouse procedure: 1.- Enable the bluetooth mouse 2.- Click on the "
707-"bluetooth icon in the menu bar 3.- Select 'Setup new device' 4.- Look for "
708-"the device in the list and select it 5.- Move the mouse around the screen "
709-"6.- Perform some single/double/right click operations"
710+"Bluetooth mouse procedure:\n"
711+" 1.- Enable the bluetooth mouse\n"
712+" 2.- Click on the bluetooth icon in the menu bar\n"
713+" 3.- Select 'Setup new device'\n"
714+" 4.- Look for the device in the list and select it\n"
715+" 5.- Move the mouse around the screen\n"
716+" 6.- Perform some single/double/right click operations"
717 msgstr ""
718
719 #. description
720@@ -1393,10 +1423,10 @@
721 msgid "No Internet connection"
722 msgstr ""
723
724-#: ../scripts/internet_test:136
725+#: ../scripts/internet_test:137
726 msgid "Connection established lost a packet"
727 msgstr ""
728
729-#: ../scripts/internet_test:138
730+#: ../scripts/internet_test:140
731 msgid "Internet connection fully established"
732 msgstr ""

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