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// ZoneMinder web US English language file, $Date: 2006/01/17 11:32:47 $, $Revision: 1.7 $
// Copyright (C) 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006  Philip Coombes
// This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
// modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License
// as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2
// of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
// This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
// but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
// GNU General Public License for more details.
// You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
// along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
// Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA  02111-1307, USA.

// ZoneMinder <your language> Translation by <your name>

// Notes for Translators
// 0. Get some credit, put your name in the line above (optional)
// 1. When composing the language tokens in your language you should try and keep to roughly the
//   same length text if possible. Abbreviate where necessary as spacing is quite close in a number of places.
// 2. There are four types of string replacement
//   a) Simple replacements are words or short phrases that are static and used directly. This type of
//     replacement can be used 'as is'.
//   b) Complex replacements involve some dynamic element being included and so may require substitution
//     or changing into a different order. The token listed in this file will be passed through sprintf as
//     a formatting string. If the dynamic element is a number you will usually need to use a variable
//     replacement also as described below.
//   c) Variable replacements are used in conjunction with complex replacements and involve the generation
//     of a singular or plural noun depending on the number passed into the zmVlang function. See the 
//     the zmVlang section below for a further description of this.
//   d) Optional strings which can be used to replace the prompts and/or help text for the Options section
//     of the web interface. These are not listed below as they are quite large and held in the database
//     so that they can also be used by the zmconfig.pl script. However you can build up your own list
//     quite easily from the Config table in the database if necessary.
// 3. The tokens listed below are not used to build up phrases or sentences from single words. Therefore
//   you can safely assume that a single word token will only be used in that context.
// 4. In new language files, or if you are changing only a few words or phrases it makes sense from a 
//   maintenance point of view to include the original language file and override the old definitions rather
//   than copy all the language tokens across. To do this change the line below to whatever your base language
//   is and uncomment it.
require_once( 'zm_lang_en_gb.php' );

// You may need to change the character set here, if your web server does not already
// do this by default, uncomment this if required.
// Example
// header( "Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" );

// You may need to change your locale here if your default one is incorrect for the
// language described in this file, or if you have multiple languages supported.
// If you do need to change your locale, be aware that the format of this function
// is subtlely different in versions of PHP before and after 4.3.0, see
// http://uk2.php.net/manual/en/function.setlocale.php for details.
// Also be aware that changing the whole locale may affect some floating point or decimal 
// arithmetic in the database, if this is the case change only the individual locale areas
// that don't affect this rather than all at once. See the examples below.
// Finally, depending on your setup, PHP may not enjoy have multiple locales in a shared 
// threaded environment, if you get funny errors it may be this.
// Examples
// setlocale( 'LC_ALL', 'en_GB' ); All locale settings pre-4.3.0
// setlocale( LC_ALL, 'en_GB' ); All locale settings 4.3.0 and after
// setlocale( LC_CTYPE, 'en_GB' ); Character class settings 4.3.0 and after
// setlocale( LC_TIME, 'en_GB' ); Date and time formatting 4.3.0 and after

// Simple String Replacements
$zmSlang24BitColour          = '24 bit color';
$zmSlang8BitGrey             = '8 bit grayscale';
$zmSlangColour               = 'Color';
$zmSlangGrey                 = 'Gray';
$zmSlangRemoteImageColours   = 'Remote Image Colors';
$zmSlangZoneAlarmColour      = 'Alarm Color (Red/Green/Blue)';


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