calendar/chrome/calendar/calendar-event-dialog.properties
author Marcelo Poli <mpoli@lt24.zzn.com>
Wed, 25 Jul 2012 23:33:11 -0300
changeset 1154 4eb2cc64306f49593fbc895a48e3d03894a39927
parent 262 013abd3040681c3f54e488c59a8aafe35f6e1d69
child 1197 95333ac9ecd6d14970229846a3360e86a445ff06
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# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
# file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (dailyEveryNth):
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence pattern -> Daily repeat rules
# #1 - number
# e.g. "every 4 days"
dailyEveryNth=cada día;cada #1 días
repeatDetailsRuleDaily4=cada día de la semana

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (weeklyNthOnNounclass...)
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence pattern -> Weekly repeat rules
# Translate these strings according to noun class/gender of weekday (%1$S) 
# set in 'repeadDetailsDay...Nounclass' strings.
# Nounclass1 <-> Masculine gender; Nounclass2 <-> Feminine gender.
# Add others strings with suffix 3, 4,... for others noun classes if your
# language need them. In this case, corresponding strings must be added for
# others rule strings with 'Nounclass...' suffix and corresponding values 
# "nounclass..." must be written in 'repeatDetailsDayxNounclass' strings.
# %1$S - weekday (one or more)
# #2 - week interval
# e.g. "every 3 weeks on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
weeklyNthOnNounclass1=cada %1$S;cada #2 semanas los %1$S
weeklyNthOnNounclass2=cada %1$S;cada #2 semanas los %1$S

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (weeklyNthOn)
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence pattern -> Weekly repeat rules
# #1 - interval
# e.g. "every 5 weeks"
weeklyEveryNth=cada semana;cada #1 semanas

# LOCALIZATION NOTE ('repeatDetailsDay...' and 'repeatDetailsDay...Nounclass'):
# Week days names and week days noun classes (feminine/masculine grammatical
# gender) for languages that need different localization when weekdays nouns
# have different noun classes (genders).
# For every weekday, in 'repeatDetailsDay...Nounclass' strings write:
#   "nounclass1"     for languages with grammatical genders -> MASCULINE gender;
#                    for languages with noun classes -> a noun class;
#                    for languages without noun classes or grammatical gender.
#
#   "nounclass2"     for languages with grammatical genders -> FEMININE gender;
#                    for languages with noun classes -> a different noun class.
#
#   "nounclass3", "nounclass4" and so on for languages that need more than two 
#                    noun classes for weekdays. In this case add corresponding
#                    rule string with "Nounclass..." suffix and ordinal string
#                    "repeatOrdinalxNounclass..."
# Will be used rule strings with "Nounclass..." suffix corresponding to the 
# following strings if there is a weekday in the rule string.
repeatDetailsDay1=Domingo
repeatDetailsDay1Nounclass=nounclass1
repeatDetailsDay2=Lunes
repeatDetailsDay2Nounclass=nounclass1
repeatDetailsDay3=Martes
repeatDetailsDay3Nounclass=nounclass1
repeatDetailsDay4=Miércoles
repeatDetailsDay4Nounclass=nounclass1
repeatDetailsDay5=Jueves
repeatDetailsDay5Nounclass=nounclass1
repeatDetailsDay6=Viernes
repeatDetailsDay6Nounclass=nounclass1
repeatDetailsDay7=Sábado
repeatDetailsDay7Nounclass=nounclass1

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (repeatDetailsAnd)
# Used to show a number of weekdays in a list
# i.e. "Sunday, Monday, Tuesday " + and + " Wednesday"
repeatDetailsAnd=y

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (monthlyRuleNthOfEveryNounclass...):
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence pattern -> Monthly repeat rules
# Translate these strings according to noun class/gender of weekday (%2$S)
# set in 'repeadDetailsDay...Nounclass' strings.
# Nounclass1 <-> Masculine gender; Nounclass2 <-> Feminine gender.
# Add others strings with suffix 3, 4,... for others noun classes if your
# language need them. In this case, corresponding strings must be added for
# others rule strings with 'Nounclass...' suffix and corresponding values
# "nounclass..." must be written in 'repeatDetailsDayxNounclass' strings.
# %1$S - list of weekdays with ordinal, article and noun class/gender
#        (ordinal and weekday of every element in the list follow the order
#         and the rule of ordinalWeekdayOrder string)
# #2 - interval
# e.g. "the first Monday and the last Friday of every 3 months"
monthlyRuleNthOfEveryNounclass1=%1$S de cada mes;%1$S de cada #2 meses
monthlyRuleNthOfEveryNounclass2=%1$S de cada mes;%1$S de cada #2 meses

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (ordinalWeekdayOrder):
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence pattern -> Monthly repeat rules
# This string allows to change the order of the elements "ordinal" and
# "weekday" (or to insert a word between them) for the argument %1$S of the
# string monthlyRuleNthOfEveryNounclass...
# Without changing this string, the order is that one required from most
# languages: ordinal + weekday (e.g. "'the first' 'Monday' of every 2 months").
# %1$S - ordinal with article
# %2$S - weekday noun
# e.g. "'the first' 'Monday'"
# DONT_TRANSLATE: Make sure there are no extra words in this property, just variables.
ordinalWeekdayOrder=%1$S %2$S

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (monthlyEveryOfEveryNounclass...):
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence pattern -> Monthly repeat rules
# Translate these strings according to noun class/gender of weekday (%1$S) 
# set in 'repeadDetailsDay...Nounclass' strings.
# Nounclass1 <-> Masculine gender; Nounclass2 <-> Feminine gender.
# Add others strings with suffix 3, 4,... for others noun classes if your
# language need them. In this case, corresponding strings must be added for
# others rule strings with 'Nounclass...' suffix and corresponding values 
# "nounclass..." must be written in 'repeatDetailsDayxNounclass' strings.
# %1$S - weekday
# #2 - interval
# i.e. "every MONDAY of every 3 months" 
#  more specific: every monday of January, April, July, October
monthlyEveryOfEveryNounclass1=cada %1$S de cada mes;cada %1$S de cada #2 meses
monthlyEveryOfEveryNounclass2=cada %1$S de cada mes;cada %1$S de cada #2 meses

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (monthlyDayOfNth):
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence pattern -> Monthly repeat rules
# %1$S - day of month
# #2 - month interval
# e.g. "day 3 of every 2 months"
monthlyDayOfNth=el día %1$S de cada mes;el día %1$S de cada #2 meses

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (monthlyLastDayOfNth):
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence pattern -> Monthly repeat rules
# %1$S - day of month
# #2 - month interval
# e.g. "the last day of every 3 months"
monthlyLastDayOfNth=el último día del mes; el último día de cada #1 meses

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (monthlyEveryDayOfNth):
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence pattern -> Monthly repeat rules
# #2 - month interval
# e.g. "every day of the month every 4 months"
monthlyEveryDayOfNth=cada día de cada mes;cada día del mes cada #2 meses

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (repeatOrdinal...Nounclass...):
# Ordinal numbers nouns for every noun class (grammatical genders) of weekdays
# considered in 'repeatDetailsDayxNounclass' strings. For languages that need
# localization according to genders or noun classes.
# Nounclass1 <-> Masculine gender; Nounclass2 <-> Feminine gender.
# Add 'repeatOrdinal...Nounclass' strings with suffix 3, 4 and so on for
# languages with more than two noun classes for weekdays. In this case 
# must be added corresponding rule strings with 'Nounclass...' suffix and 
# corresponding values "nounclass..." must be written in
# 'repeatDetailsDayxNounclass' strings.
repeatOrdinal1Nounclass1=el primer
repeatOrdinal2Nounclass1=el segundo
repeatOrdinal3Nounclass1=el tercer
repeatOrdinal4Nounclass1=el cuarto
repeatOrdinal5Nounclass1=el quinto
repeatOrdinal-1Nounclass1=el último
repeatOrdinal1Nounclass2=la primera
repeatOrdinal2Nounclass2=la segunda
repeatOrdinal3Nounclass2=la tercera
repeatOrdinal4Nounclass2=la cuarta
repeatOrdinal5Nounclass2=la quinta
repeatOrdinal-1Nounclass2=la última

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (yearlyNthOn):
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence pattern -> Yearly repeat rules
# %1$S - month
# %2$S - day of month
# #3 - yearly interval
# e.g. "every 3 years on December 14"
yearlyNthOn=cada %1$S %2$S;cada #3 años el %2$S de %1$S

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (yearlyNthOnNthOfNounclass...):
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence pattern -> Yearly repeat rules
# Translate these strings according to noun class/gender of weekday (%2$S) 
# set in 'repeadDetailsDay...Nounclass' strings.
# Nounclass1 <-> Masculine gender; Nounclass2 <-> Feminine gender.
# Add others strings with suffix 3, 4,... for others noun classes if your
# language need them. In this case, corresponding strings must be added for
# others rule strings with 'Nounclass...' suffix and corresponding values 
# "nounclass..." must be written in 'repeatDetailsDayxNounclass' strings.
# %1$S - ordinal with article and noun class/gender corresponding to weekday
# %2$S - weekday
# %3$S - month
# #4 - yearly interval
# e.g. "the second Monday of every March"
# e.g  "every 3 years the second Monday of March"
yearlyNthOnNthOfNounclass1=%1$S %2$S de cada %3$S;cada #4 años el %1$S %2$S de %3$S
yearlyNthOnNthOfNounclass2=%1$S %2$S de cada %3$S;cada #4 años el %1$S %2$S de %3$S

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (yearlyOnEveryNthOfNthNounclass1):
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence pattern -> Yearly repeat rules
# Translate these strings according to noun class/gender of weekday (%1$S) 
# set in 'repeadDetailsDay...Nounclass' strings.
# Nounclass1 <-> Masculine gender; Nounclass2 <-> Feminine gender.
# Add others strings with suffix 3, 4,... for others noun classes if your
# language need them. In this case, corresponding strings must be added for
# others rule strings with 'Nounclass...' suffix and corresponding values 
# "nounclass..." must be written in 'repeatDetailsDayxNounclass' strings.
# %1$S - weekday
# %2$S - month
# #3 - yearly interval
# e.g. "every Thursday of March"
# e.g  "every 3 years on every Thursday of March"
yearlyOnEveryNthOfNthNounclass1=cada %1$S de %2$S;cada #3 años en cada %1$S de %2$S
yearlyOnEveryNthOfNthNounclass2=cada %1$S de %2$S;cada #3 años en cada %1$S de %2$S

repeatDetailsMonth1=Enero
repeatDetailsMonth2=Febrero
repeatDetailsMonth3=Marzo
repeatDetailsMonth4=Abril
repeatDetailsMonth5=Mayo
repeatDetailsMonth6=Junio
repeatDetailsMonth7=Julio
repeatDetailsMonth8=Agosto
repeatDetailsMonth9=Setiembre
repeatDetailsMonth10=Octubre
repeatDetailsMonth11=Noviembre
repeatDetailsMonth12=Diciembre

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (repeatCount):
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence details link on Event/Task dialog window
# %1%$ - repeatDetailsRule...(see above). This is the first line of the link
# %2%$ - event start date (e.g. mm/gg/yyyy)
# %3$S - event start time (e.g. hh:mm (PM/AM))
# %4$S - event end time (e.g. hh:mm (PM/AM))
# #5 - event occurence times: number
# e.g. with repeatDetailsRuleMonthly3:
# "Occurs the first Sunday of every 3 month
#  only on 1/1/2009"
#  from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM"
# "Occurs the first Sunday of every 3 month
#  effective 1/1/2009 for 5 times
#  from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM"
repeatCount=Ocurre %1$S\nefectivo %2$S por #5 vez\ndesde %3$S a %4$S.;Ocurre %1$S\nefectivo %2$S por #5 veces\ndesde %3$S a %4$S.

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (repeatCountAllDay):
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence details link on Event/Task dialog window
# %1%$ - repeatDetailsRule...(see above). This is the first line of the link
# %2%$ - event start date (e.g. mm/gg/yyyy)
# #3 - event occurence times: number
# e.g. with repeatDetailsRuleMonthly3:
# "Occurs the first Sunday of every 3 month
#  only on 1/1/2009"
# "Occurs the first Sunday of every 3 month
#  effective 1/1/2009 for 5 times"
repeatCountAllDay=Ocurre %1$S\nefectivo %2$S por #3 vez.;Ocurre %1$S\nefectivo %2$S por #3 vez.

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (repeatDetailsUntil):
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence details link on Event/Task dialog window
# %1%$ - repeatDetailsRule...(see above). This is the first line of the link
# %2%$ - event start date (e.g. mm/gg/yyyy)
# %3$S - event end date (e.g. mm/gg/yyyy)
# %4$S - event start time (e.g. hh:mm (PM/AM))
# %5$S - event end time (e.g. hh:mm (PM/AM))
# e.g. with repeatDetailsRuleWeekly2:
# "Occurs every other week on Sunday and Friday
#  effective 1/1/2009 until 1/1/2010 
#  from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM"
repeatDetailsUntil=Ocurre %1$S\nefectivo %2$S hasta %3$S\ndesde %4$S a %5$S.

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (repeatDetailsUntilAllDay):
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence details link on Event/Task dialog window
# %1%$ - repeatDetailsRule...(see above). This is the first line of the link
# %2%$ - event start date (e.g. mm/gg/yyyy)
# %3$S - event end date (e.g. mm/gg/yyyy)
# e.g. with repeatDetailsRuleMonthly6 and all day event:
# "Occurs day 3 of every 5 month
#  effective 1/1/2009 until 1/1/2010"
repeatDetailsUntilAllDay=Ocurre %1$S\nefectivo %2$S hasta %3$S.

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (repeatDetailsInfinite):
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence details link on Event/Task dialog window
# %1%$ - repeatDetailsRule...(see above). This is the first line of the link
# %2%$ - event start date (e.g. mm/gg/yyyy)
# %3$S - event start time (e.g. hh:mm (PM/AM))
# %4$S - event end time (e.g. hh:mm (PM/AM))
# e.g. with repeatDetailsRuleMonthly6:
# "Occurs day 3 of every 5 month
#  effective 1/1/2009
#  from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM"
repeatDetailsInfinite=Ocurre %1$S\nefectivo %2$S\ndesde %3$S a %4$S.

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (repeatDetailsInfiniteAllDay):
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence details link on Event/Task dialog window
# %1%$ - repeatDetailsRule...(see above). This is the first line of the link
# %2%$ - event start date (e.g. mm/gg/yyyy)
# e.g. with repeatDetailsRuleMonthly6 and all day event:
# "Occurs day 3 of every 5 month
#  effective 1/1/2009"
repeatDetailsInfiniteAllDay=Ocurre %1$S\nefectivo %2$S.

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (ruleTooComplex):
# This string is shown in the reminder details area if our code can't handle the
# complexity of the recurrence rule yet.
ruleTooComplex=Haga clic aquí para más detalles

# differences between the dialog for an Event or a Task
newEvent=Nuevo evento
newTask=Nueva tarea
itemMenuLabelEvent=Evento
itemMenuAccesskeyEvent2=F
itemMenuLabelTask=Tarea
itemMenuAccesskeyTask2=F

emailSubjectReply=Re: %1$S

# Link Location Dialog
specifyLinkLocation=Especifique la dirección de enlace
enterLinkLocation=Ingrese una página web o ubicación del documento.

summaryDueTaskLabel=Vencimiento:

# Attach File Dialog
attachViaFilelink=Archivo usando %1$S
selectAFile=Seleccione archivo(s) a adjuntar
removeCalendarsTitle=Eliminar adjuntos
removeCalendarsText=¿Desea eliminar %1$S adjunto(s)?

# Recurrence Dialog Widget Order
# LOCALIZATION NOTE: You can change the order of below params
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence pattern -> Repeat monthly
# %1$S - ordinal, %2$S - weekday
# e.g. "First Saturday"
monthlyOrder=%1$S %2$S

# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence pattern -> Repeat yearly
# %1$S - day of month, %2$S - of, %3$S - month
# e.g. "6 [of] September"
# If you don't need %2$S in your locale - please put this on the third place.
yearlyOrder=%1$S %2$S %3$S

# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence pattern -> Repeat yearly
# %1$S - ordinal, %2$S - weekday, %3$S  - of, %4$S - month
# e.g. "First Saturday of September"
# If you don't need %3$S in your locale - please put this on the third place.
yearlyOrder2=%1$S %2$S %3$S %4$S

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (pluralForWeekdays):
# This string allows to set the use of weekdays nouns in plural form for
# languages that need them in sentences like "every Monday" or "every Sunday
# of March" etc.
# Rule strings involved by this setting are:
# - weeklyNthOn   (only the first part) e.g. "every Sunday"
# - monthlyEveryOfEvery
#     e.g. "every Monday of every month;every Monday every 2 months"
# - yearlyOnEveryNthOfNth
#     e.g. "every Friday of March;every 2 years on every Friday of March"
# In your local write:
#  "true"    if sentences like those above need weekday in plural form;
#  "false"   if sentences like those above don't need weekday in plural form;
pluralForWeekdays=false

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (repeatDetailsDayxxxPlural):
# Edit recurrence window -> Recurrence details link on Event/Task dialog window
# Weekdays in plural form used inside sentences like "every Monday" or
# "every Sunday of May" etc. for languages that need them.
# These plurals will be used inside the following rule strings only if string
# 'pluralForWeekdays' (see above) is set to "true":
# - weeklyNthOn   (only the first part) e.g. "every Sunday"
# - monthlyEveryOfEvery
#     e.g. "every Monday of every month;every Monday every 2 months"
# - yearlyOnEveryNthOfNth
#     e.g. "every Friday of March;every 2 years on every Friday of March"
repeatDetailsDay1Plural=Domingo
repeatDetailsDay2Plural=Lunes
repeatDetailsDay3Plural=Martes
repeatDetailsDay4Plural=Miércoles
repeatDetailsDay5Plural=Jueves
repeatDetailsDay6Plural=Viernes
repeatDetailsDay7Plural=Sábado