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Ха дано съм уцелил. Ето нещичко за превод. Трябва да подготвя още, но и това стига засега.

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2msgstr ""
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11
12#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/legal.xml:2(para)
13msgid "Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL), Version 1.1 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts. You can find a copy of the GFDL at this <ulink type=\"help\" url=\"ghelp:fdl\">link</ulink> or in the file COPYING-DOCS distributed with this manual."
14msgstr ""
15
16#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/legal.xml:12(para)
17msgid "This manual is part of a collection of GNOME manuals distributed under the GFDL. If you want to distribute this manual separately from the collection, you can do so by adding a copy of the license to the manual, as described in section 6 of the license."
18msgstr ""
19
20#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/legal.xml:19(para)
21msgid "Many of the names used by companies to distinguish their products and services are claimed as trademarks. Where those names appear in any GNOME documentation, and the members of the GNOME Documentation Project are made aware of those trademarks, then the names are in capital letters or initial capital letters."
22msgstr ""
23
24#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/legal.xml:35(para)
25msgid "DOCUMENT IS PROVIDED ON AN \"AS IS\" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, WARRANTIES THAT THE DOCUMENT OR MODIFIED VERSION OF THE DOCUMENT IS FREE OF DEFECTS MERCHANTABLE, FIT FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR NON-INFRINGING. THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO THE QUALITY, ACCURACY, AND PERFORMANCE OF THE DOCUMENT OR MODIFIED VERSION OF THE DOCUMENT IS WITH YOU. SHOULD ANY DOCUMENT OR MODIFIED VERSION PROVE DEFECTIVE IN ANY RESPECT, YOU (NOT THE INITIAL WRITER, AUTHOR OR ANY CONTRIBUTOR) ASSUME THE COST OF ANY NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR OR CORRECTION. THIS DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY CONSTITUTES AN ESSENTIAL PART OF THIS LICENSE. NO USE OF ANY DOCUMENT OR MODIFIED VERSION OF THE DOCUMENT IS AUTHORIZED HEREUNDER EXCEPT UNDER THIS DISCLAIMER; AND"
26msgstr ""
27
28#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/legal.xml:55(para)
29msgid "UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES AND UNDER NO LEGAL THEORY, WHETHER IN TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE, SHALL THE AUTHOR, INITIAL WRITER, ANY CONTRIBUTOR, OR ANY DISTRIBUTOR OF THE DOCUMENT OR MODIFIED VERSION OF THE DOCUMENT, OR ANY SUPPLIER OF ANY OF SUCH PARTIES, BE LIABLE TO ANY PERSON FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY CHARACTER INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF GOODWILL, WORK STOPPAGE, COMPUTER FAILURE OR MALFUNCTION, OR ANY AND ALL OTHER DAMAGES OR LOSSES ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO USE OF THE DOCUMENT AND MODIFIED VERSIONS OF THE DOCUMENT, EVEN IF SUCH PARTY SHALL HAVE BEEN INFORMED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES."
30msgstr ""
31
32#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/legal.xml:28(para)
33msgid "DOCUMENT AND MODIFIED VERSIONS OF THE DOCUMENT ARE PROVIDED UNDER THE TERMS OF THE GNU FREE DOCUMENTATION LICENSE WITH THE FURTHER UNDERSTANDING THAT: <placeholder-1/>"
34msgstr ""
35
36#. When image changes, this message will be marked fuzzy or untranslated for you.
37#. It doesn't matter what you translate it to: it's not used at all.
38#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:178(None)
39msgid "@@image: 'figures/main-start.png'; md5=c2dd5a64f6a266ae9d7ae983ef3df168"
40msgstr ""
41
42#. When image changes, this message will be marked fuzzy or untranslated for you.
43#. It doesn't matter what you translate it to: it's not used at all.
44#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:200(None)
45msgid "@@image: 'figures/main-game.png'; md5=1062087fc4b55b1fba42a97ae3e50976"
46msgstr ""
47
48#. When image changes, this message will be marked fuzzy or untranslated for you.
49#. It doesn't matter what you translate it to: it's not used at all.
50#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:364(None)
51msgid "@@image: 'figures/preferences-main.png'; md5=ca4eed70a1d916edd9cf4e55a4455765"
52msgstr ""
53
54#. When image changes, this message will be marked fuzzy or untranslated for you.
55#. It doesn't matter what you translate it to: it's not used at all.
56#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:409(None)
57msgid "@@image: 'figures/preferences-joystick.png'; md5=c836ab10192257888dc355e01f32ccee"
58msgstr ""
59
60#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:25(title)
61msgid "<application>GNOME Stones</application> Manual V2.8"
62msgstr ""
63
64#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:27(year)
65msgid "2000"
66msgstr ""
67
68#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:28(holder)
69msgid "Rob Bradford"
70msgstr ""
71
72#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:43(publishername) gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:80(para)
73msgid "GNOME Documentation Project"
74msgstr ""
75
76#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:53(firstname)
77msgid "Rob"
78msgstr ""
79
80#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:54(surname)
81msgid "Bradford"
82msgstr ""
83
84#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:56(email)
85msgid "robster@debian.org"
86msgstr ""
87
88#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:74(revnumber)
89msgid "GNOME Stones Manual V2.8"
90msgstr ""
91
92#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:77(para)
93msgid "Rob Bradford <email>rob@funky-penguin.co.uk</email>"
94msgstr ""
95
96#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:85(releaseinfo)
97msgid "This manual describes version 2.12 of GNOME Stones."
98msgstr ""
99
100#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:92(title)
101msgid "Feedback"
102msgstr ""
103
104#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:93(para)
105msgid "To report a bug or make a suggestion regarding the <application>GNOME Stones</application> application or this manual, follow the directions in the <ulink url=\"ghelp:gnome-feedback\" type=\"help\">GNOME Feedback Page</ulink>."
106msgstr ""
107
108#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:104(primary)
109msgid "GNOME Stones"
110msgstr ""
111
112#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:110(title)
113msgid "Introduction"
114msgstr ""
115
116#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:112(para)
117msgid "<application>GNOME Stones</application> is a simple, enjoyable arcade style game based on many old classics. It involves collecting gemstones, hence the name <application>GNOME Stones</application>. While doing this, you must avoid being squashed by falling rocks."
118msgstr ""
119
120#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:119(para)
121msgid "To run <application>GNOME Stones</application>, select <menuchoice><guisubmenu>Games</guisubmenu><guimenuitem>GNOME Stones</guimenuitem></menuchoice> from the <guimenu>Main Menu</guimenu>, or type <command>gnome-stones</command> on the command line."
122msgstr ""
123
124#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:129(para)
125msgid "<application>GNOME Stones</application> is included in the <filename>gnome-games</filename> package, which is part of the GNOME desktop environment. This document describes version 2.8.0 of <application>GNOME Stones</application>."
126msgstr ""
127
128#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:138(title)
129msgid "Playing GNOME Stones"
130msgstr ""
131
132#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:140(para)
133msgid "<application>GNOME Stones</application> is a simple arcade style game, this section covers how to play the game."
134msgstr ""
135
136#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:146(title)
137msgid "Basic usage"
138msgstr ""
139
140#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:154(title)
141msgid "Background to the game"
142msgstr ""
143
144#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:155(para)
145msgid "You play a little guy who is trapped in a cave, you must move around the cave tunelling through the ground looking for the exit. As you tunnel you have to collect the gemstones (diamonds to be precise) and avoid being squashed by falling rocks. In some levels, your task is to move strategically placed boxes into 'holes'."
146msgstr ""
147
148#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:165(title)
149msgid "Playing the game"
150msgstr ""
151
152#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:166(para)
153msgid "Starting <application>GNOME Stones</application> opens the <interface>Main window</interface>, shown in <xref linkend=\"mainwindow-fig\"/>. The window is initially full of little squares."
154msgstr ""
155
156#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:174(title)
157msgid "GNOME Stones Main Window"
158msgstr ""
159
160#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:181(phrase)
161msgid "GNOME Stones Main Window."
162msgstr ""
163
164#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:196(title)
165msgid "A GNOME Stones Game"
166msgstr ""
167
168#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:203(phrase)
169msgid "A GNOME Stones Game."
170msgstr ""
171
172#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:187(para)
173msgid "To start playing the game do <menuchoice><guisubmenu>Game</guisubmenu><guimenuitem>New Game</guimenuitem></menuchoice>, the window will then change to look something like <xref linkend=\"playing-fig\"/><placeholder-1/>"
174msgstr ""
175
176#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:213(title)
177msgid "Game Types"
178msgstr ""
179
180#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:225(term)
181msgid "Default caves"
182msgstr ""
183
184#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:227(para)
185msgid "This is the basic <link linkend=\"cavegame\">escape from the cave</link> game type. There are only a few levels here at the moment."
186msgstr ""
187
188#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:235(term)
189msgid "Tutorial caves"
190msgstr ""
191
192#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:237(para)
193msgid "This is another <link linkend=\"cavegame\">cave escape </link> level set. These are designed to get you used to playing the game and let you discover the various features of the caves."
194msgstr ""
195
196#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:246(term) gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:333(title)
197msgid "Gnomekoban"
198msgstr ""
199
200#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:248(para)
201msgid "This is a set of <link linkend=\"gnomekoban\">sokoban</link> block sliding games. The first level is trivial to let you get the hang of the puzzle, the remainder become difficult quickly."
202msgstr ""
203
204#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:256(term)
205msgid "Original Atari caves"
206msgstr ""
207
208#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:258(para)
209msgid "Yet another set of <link linkend=\"cavegame\">cave escape </link> levels. These ones resemble those found in an old Atari video game."
210msgstr ""
211
212#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:214(para)
213msgid "A set of levels to play can be selected from the <guimenuitem>Game</guimenuitem> tab in the <link linkend=\"prefs\"><interface>Preferences</interface></link> dialog. There are two basic game modes: <link linkend=\"gnomekoban\">Sokoban</link>, the block sliding game, or the <link linkend=\"cavegame\">Cave Escape</link> game. Each level set is played in one of these modes. <placeholder-1/>"
214msgstr ""
215
216#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:271(title)
217msgid "Controls"
218msgstr ""
219
220#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:272(para)
221msgid "The controls for the game are the up, down, left, and right arrow keys or you can control your character with a joystick. To setup a joystick see the <link linkend=\"prefs\"><interface>Preferences dialog</interface></link> documentation."
222msgstr ""
223
224#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:281(title)
225msgid "High scores"
226msgstr ""
227
228#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:282(para)
229msgid "To view your high scores for the game select <menuchoice><guisubmenu>Game</guisubmenu><guimenuitem>Scores</guimenuitem></menuchoice>"
230msgstr ""
231
232#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:295(title)
233msgid "Game scenarios"
234msgstr ""
235
236#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:298(title)
237msgid "Cave game"
238msgstr ""
239
240#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:299(para)
241msgid "You are in a cave full of rocks, diamonds and dirt. Your goal is to dig through the dirt and collect enough diamonds to open a hidden exit from the cave. In your way are the boulders. You can push a single boulder, if there is nothing behind it. You can also dig under a boulder, but beware, if there is nothing to support a boulder it will fall and could squash you. Being squashed by a boulder is invariably fatal.."
242msgstr ""
243
244#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:308(para)
245msgid "To dig through the dirt, just move through it. Similarly if you want to push a rock move up to it and keep moving against it. To pick up a diamond move over it. If you want to be killed by one of the creatures that also roam the caves, just run into it (or let it run into you). You get the idea."
246msgstr ""
247
248#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:315(para)
249msgid "Once you have collected enough diamonds there will be a flash and a flashing doorway will appear somewhere on the level, find it and get out of the cave before time runs out. The quicker you finish the level, the higher your score."
250msgstr ""
251
252#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:321(para)
253msgid "It is obviously a good idea not to die. You only have a small number of lives and once you use them all up the game is over. Also, if you die you must restart the level. There are many ways to die, the most common one is to be under a falling object when it lands. You will undoubtedly discover the others. Be warned that the using the <guimenuitem>Restart level</guimenuitem> menu item costs you a life."
254msgstr ""
255
256#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:335(para)
257msgid "In this version of the game your task is to move strategically placed crates or blocks into holes (hollow red squares), you move the crates in a similar way to rocks except there is no gravity acting in this environment. Once you have slid all your blocks into the required positions you move onto the next level. Nothing will fall on you or try and hunt you down in this game, but you are up against the clock in this game."
258msgstr ""
259
260#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:349(title)
261msgid "Customization"
262msgstr ""
263
264#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:350(para)
265msgid "To change the application settings, select <menuchoice><guimenu>Settings</guimenu><guimenuitem>Preferences...</guimenuitem></menuchoice>. This opens the <interface>Preferences</interface> dialog."
266msgstr ""
267
268#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:360(title)
269msgid "Preferences Dialog"
270msgstr ""
271
272#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:367(phrase)
273msgid "Preferences Dialog."
274msgstr ""
275
276#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:373(para)
277msgid "The <guilabel>Game</guilabel> tab allows you choose which type of game you wish to play. These have been described in the <link linkend=\"gametypes\">Game Types</link> section."
278msgstr ""
279
280#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:379(para)
281msgid "The properties in the <guilabel>Joystick</guilabel> (shown in <xref linkend=\"joystick-preferences-fig\"/>) preferences tab are:"
282msgstr ""
283
284#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:384(term)
285msgid "Joystick device"
286msgstr ""
287
288#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:386(para)
289msgid "Choose your joystick device, if you have one. If you do not have a joystick or do not wish to use one, select disable (default)."
290msgstr ""
291
292#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:394(term)
293msgid "Digital joystick emulation"
294msgstr ""
295
296#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:396(para)
297msgid "You can configure the switching level of your digital joystick here"
298msgstr ""
299
300#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:404(title) gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:406(screeninfo)
301msgid "Joystick Preferences"
302msgstr ""
303
304#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:412(phrase)
305msgid "Joystick Preferences."
306msgstr ""
307
308#. <para>
309#.     The <guilabel>Sound</guilabel> tab contains only one option: to
310#.    enable or disable sound in the game.
311#.   </para>
312#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:421(para)
313msgid "All preferences are applied and saved instantly and automatically. Be warned that if you change the game type, your current game will end."
314msgstr ""
315
316#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:431(title)
317msgid "Known Bugs and Limitations"
318msgstr ""
319
320#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:432(para)
321msgid "You can help us by reporting any bugs you might find using the <application>bug-buddy</application><command>Bug Reporting Tool</command> or via the <ulink url=\"http://bugs.gnome.org\" type=\"http\">GNOME bug tracking database</ulink> on our website."
322msgstr ""
323
324#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:442(title)
325msgid "Authors"
326msgstr ""
327
328#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:443(para)
329msgid "<application>GNOME Stones</application> was written by Carsten Schaar (<email>nhadcasc@fs-maphy.uni-hannover.de</email>). <application>GNOME Stones</application> is part of the gnome-games package which is a core GNOME package, please visit the <ulink url=\"http://www.gnome.org\" type=\"http\">GNOME Web page</ulink> for details. Please send all comments, suggestions, and bug reports to the <ulink url=\"http://bugs.gnome.org\" type=\"http\">GNOME bug tracking database</ulink>. You can also use <application>Bug Report Tool</application> (<command>bug-buddy</command>), available in the <guisubmenu>Utilities</guisubmenu> submenu of <guimenu>Main Menu</guimenu>, for submitting bug reports."
330msgstr ""
331
332#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:458(para)
333msgid "This manual was written by Rob Bradford (<email>rob@funky-penguin.co.uk</email>). Please send all comments and suggestions regarding this manual to the <ulink url=\"http://developer.gnome.org/projects/gdp\" type=\"http\">GNOME Documentation Project</ulink> by sending an email to <email>docs@gnome.org</email>. You can also add your comments online by using the <ulink url=\"http://developer.gnome.org/projects/gdp/doctable/\" type=\"http\">GNOME Documentation Status Table</ulink>."
334msgstr ""
335
336#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:480(title)
337msgid "License"
338msgstr ""
339
340#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:481(para)
341msgid "This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the <citetitle>GNU General Public License</citetitle> as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version."
342msgstr ""
343
344#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:487(para)
345msgid "This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the <citetitle>GNU General Public License</citetitle> for more details."
346msgstr ""
347
348#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:493(para)
349msgid "A copy of the <citetitle>GNU General Public License</citetitle> is included as an appendix to the <citetitle>GNOME Users Guide</citetitle>. You may also obtain a copy of the <citetitle>GNU General Public License</citetitle> from the Free Software Foundation by visiting <ulink url=\"http://www.fsf.org\" type=\"http\">their Web site</ulink> or by writing to <address> Free Software Foundation, Inc. <street>59 Temple Place</street> - Suite 330 <city>Boston</city>, <state>MA</state><postcode>02111-1307</postcode><country>USA</country></address>"
350msgstr ""
351
352#. Put one translator per line, in the form of NAME <EMAIL>, YEAR1, YEAR2.
353#: gnome-games-gnome-2-12/gnome-stones/help/C/gnome-stones.xml:0(None)
354msgid "translator-credits"
355msgstr ""
356
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