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460b9539 1# Labels used by the web interface.
2#
3# Rather then editing this file, edit options.user instead.
4#
5# Where there is 'short and long' text this means that the short text
6# will appear in the ALT attribute, and so appear in a text-only browser
7# (or if images are disabled); usually this should be a single short word.
8# The long text will appear in the TITLE attribute, and so appear for
9# instance if the user hovers over whatever the widget is.
10
11# <TITLE> for the 'Playing' screen
12label playing.title "Now Playing"
13
14label playing.randomtrack &nbsp;
15label queue.randomtrack random
16
17# Short and long text for scratch (remove playing track) button
18label playing.scratch Scratch
19label playing.scratchverbose "stop playing this track"
20
21# Short and long text for remove queued track button
22label playing.remove Remove
23label playing.removeverbose "remove track from queue"
24
25# Text for banner above currently playing track
26label playing.now "Now playing"
27
28# Text for banner above queue
29label playing.next "Next"
30
31# Short and long text for queue management buttons
32label playing.up Up
33label playing.down Down
34label playing.upall Head
35label playing.downall Tail
36label playing.upverbose "move track earlier in queue"
37label playing.downverbose "move track later in queue"
38label playing.upallverbose "move track to head of queue"
39label playing.downallverbose "move track to end of queue"
40
41# Short and long text for play control buttons
42label playing.random "Random play"
43label playing.playing "Playing"
44label playing.pause Pause
45label playing.randomdisableverbose "disable random play"
46label playing.randomenableverbose "enable random play"
47label playing.playingdisableverbose "disable playing"
48label playing.playingenableverbose "enable playing"
49label playing.pauseverbose "Pause the current track"
50label playing.resumeverbose "Resume play"
51
52# Text for volume control
53label playing.volume "Volume:"
54
55# <TITLE> for volume control page
56label volume.title "Volume control"
57
58# Volume control set button
59label volume.set Set
60
61# Text preceding left/right fields
62label volume.left ""
63label volume.right ""
64
65# Short and long text for volume down/up buttons
66label volume.reduce Down
67label volume.increase Up
68label volume.reduceverbose "reduce volume"
69label volume.increaseverbose "increase volume"
70
71# Amount to increase/reduce volume by
72label volume.resolution 4
73
74# Long text for linsk to album/artist
75label playing.artistverbose "more tracks by this artist"
76label playing.albumverbose "more tracks from this album"
77
78# <TITLE> for recently played page
79label recent.title "Recently Played"
80
81# <TITLE> for choose track page
82label choose.title "Pick track"
83
84# Text for play all button
85label choose.playall "Play all"
86
87# Heading for directory list
88label choose.directories Directories
89
90# Heading for track list
91label choose.files Tracks
92
93# Short and long text for edit prefs button (both recent and choose pages)
94label choose.prefs Edit
95label choose.prefsverbose "edit track information"
96
97# Same, for edit all prefs
98label choose.allprefs "Edit all"
99label choose.allprefsverbose "edit all track information"
100
101# <TITLE> for search page
102label search.title Search
103
104# Text for search button
105label search.search Search
106
107# <TITLE> for about page
108label about.title "About DisOrder"
109
110# <TITLE> for edit prefs page
111label prefs.title "Edit Track Preferences"
112
113# Text for set/add/delete preference buttons
114label prefs.set Change
115label prefs.new Set
116label prefs.delete Delete
117
118# Headings for preferences table
119label prefs.name Name
120label prefs.value Value
121
122# Legend for prefs controls that don't correspond to a heading
123label prefs.random "Random play"
124label prefs.tags "Tags"
125
126# <TITLE> for help page
127label help.title "DisOrder help"
128
129# <TITLE> for error page. Note that in this page the 'error' label is set
130# to a string indicating the type of error.
131label error.title "DisOrder error"
132
133# Text used when cannot connect to server
134label error.connect "Cannot connect to server."
135
136# Text used when cannot become right user
137label error.become "Unauthorized user."
138
139# Text appended to all error pages
140label error.generic ""
141
142# Displayed text for links in the sidebar (or other menu)
143label sidebar.playing Playing
144label sidebar.choose Choose
145label sidebar.random Random
146label sidebar.search Search
147label sidebar.recent Recent
148label sidebar.about About
149label sidebar.volume Volume
150label sidebar.help Help
151label sidebar.manage Manage
152
153# Long (i.e. TITLE=) text for sidebar links
154label sidebar.playingverbose "current and queued tracks"
155label sidebar.chooseverbose "choose tracks"
156label sidebar.searchverbose "word search among track names"
157label sidebar.recentverbose "recently played tracks"
158label sidebar.aboutverbose "about DisOrder"
159label sidebar.volumeverbose "volume control"
160label sidebar.helpverbose "basic user guide"
161label sidebar.manageverbose "queue management and volume control"
162
163# This should be 'topbar' or 'sidebar'. If 'topbar' then the menu appears
164# across the top of the screen, otherwise down the side.
165label menu topbar
166
167# This should be 'choose' or 'choosealpha'. If 'choose' then all artists
168# appear on the same page, otherwise they are broken up by initial letter
169# (which can be more convenient if you have huge numbers).
170label sidebar.choosewhich choose
171
172# Column headings for tables of tracks (playing, queue, recent)
173label heading.when When
174label heading.who Who
175label heading.artist Artist
176label heading.album Album
177label heading.title Title
178label heading.length Length
179
180# Images. These are (possibly relative) URLs. In the factory configuration
181# DisOrder assumes that you have arranged for 'static' relative to the base
182# URL (i.e. the URL of the CGI) to point somewhere useful, but it's not
183# the only way. The .deb for instance uses /disorder instead.
184label images.enabled static/tick.png
185label images.disabled static/cross.png
186label images.scratch static/cross.png
187label images.noscratch static/nocross.png
188label images.up static/up.png
189label images.noup static/noup.png
190label images.down static/down.png
191label images.nodown static/nodown.png
192label images.edit static/edit.png
193label images.upall static/upup.png
194label images.noupall static/noupup.png
195label images.downall static/downdown.png
196label images.nodownall static/nodowndown.png
197
198# Stylesheet. As above, a (possibly relative) URL.
199label links.css static/disorder.css
200