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Revision 2326, 27.2 KB checked in by lowjoel, 3 years ago (diff)

The title of the balloon tip should be "Task Completed" and not "Task Executed" for clarity. This was suggested by Jackjack in #388.
Fixes #388: balloon tips wording post wiping

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120  <data name="Eraser is an advanced security tool for Windows, which allows you to completely remove sensitive data from your hard drive by overwriting it several times with carefully selected patterns. Eraser is Free software and its source code is released under GNU General Public License.\r\n\r\nErasure Method Credits:\r\nGutmann (35 Pass):       Copyright Peter Gutmann &amp; Colin Plumb\r\nGutmann Lite (10 pass):        Copyright Peter Gutmann &amp; Colin Plumb\r\nUS DoD (7 pass):           Copyright United States Department of\r\n               Defense\r\nUS DoD (3 pass):         Copyright United States Department of\r\n               Defense\r\nUS Air Force 5020 (3 pass):  Copyright United States Department of\r\n               Defense\r\nUS Army AR380-19 (3 pass):   Copyright United States Department of\r\n               Defense\r\nRCMP TSSIT OPS-II (7 pass):  Copyright Government of Canada,\r\n             Royal Canadian Mounted Police\r\nSchneier's Method (7 pass):    Copyright Bruce Schneier\r\nGerman VSITR (7 pass):      Copyright Germany BSI Verschlusssachen\r\n              -IT-Richtlinien\r\nBritish HMG IS5 (3 pass):        Copyright British Government\r\nBritish HMG IS5 (1 pass):       Copyright British Government\r\nRussian GOST P50739-95 (2 pass):    Copyright Government of the Soviet\r\n              Union \r\nPseudorandom data (1 pass):   Public Domain\r\nFirst/Last 16Kb:           Copyright The Eraser Project\r\n\r\nEraser Copyright © The Eraser Project\r\n\r\nEraser Project Members:\r\n• Sami Tolvanen:        Mentor/Initiator\r\n• Garrett Trant:        Mentor/Researcher\r\n• Joel Low:        Lead Developer\r\n• Kasra Nassiri:      Developer/Security Researcher\r\n• Dennis van Lith:     Designer" xml:space="preserve">
121    <value>Eraser is an advanced security tool for Windows, which allows you to completely remove sensitive data from your hard drive by overwriting it several times with carefully selected patterns. Eraser is Free software and its source code is released under GNU General Public License.\r\n\r\nErasure Method Credits:\r\nGutmann (35 Pass):      Copyright Peter Gutmann &amp; Colin Plumb\r\nGutmann Lite (10 pass):        Copyright Peter Gutmann &amp; Colin Plumb\r\nUS DoD (7 pass):           Copyright United States Department of\r\n               Defense\r\nUS DoD (3 pass):         Copyright United States Department of\r\n               Defense\r\nUS Air Force 5020 (3 pass):  Copyright United States Department of\r\n               Defense\r\nUS Army AR380-19 (3 pass):   Copyright United States Department of\r\n               Defense\r\nRCMP TSSIT OPS-II (7 pass):  Copyright Government of Canada,\r\n             Royal Canadian Mounted Police\r\nSchneier's Method (7 pass):    Copyright Bruce Schneier\r\nGerman VSITR (7 pass):      Copyright Germany BSI Verschlusssachen\r\n              -IT-Richtlinien\r\nBritish HMG IS5 (3 pass):        Copyright British Government\r\nBritish HMG IS5 (1 pass):       Copyright British Government\r\nRussian GOST P50739-95 (2 pass):    Copyright Government of the Soviet\r\n              Union \r\nPseudorandom data (1 pass):   Public Domain\r\nFirst/Last 16Kb:           Copyright The Eraser Project\r\n\r\nEraser Copyright © The Eraser Project\r\n\r\nEraser Project Members:\r\n• Sami Tolvanen:        Mentor/Initiator\r\n• Garrett Trant:        Mentor/Researcher\r\n• Joel Low:        Lead Developer\r\n• Kasra Nassiri:      Developer/Security Researcher\r\n• Dennis van Lith:     Designer</value>
122  </data>
123  <data name="Eraser" xml:space="preserve">
124    <value>Eraser</value>
125  </data>
126  <data name="{0} (Built: {1:F}, special build)" xml:space="preserve">
127    <value>{0} (Built: {1:F}, special build)</value>
128  </data>
129  <data name="{0} (Built: {1:F})" xml:space="preserve">
130    <value>{0} (Built: {1:F})</value>
131  </data>
132  <data name="copyright © 2008-2010 The Eraser Project" xml:space="preserve">
133    <value>copyright © 2008-2010 The Eraser Project</value>
134  </data>
135  <data name="Eraser is free open-source software!" xml:space="preserve">
136    <value>Eraser is free open-source software!</value>
137  </data>
138  <data name="Please help us to continue developing Eraser - donate some coffee!" xml:space="preserve">
139    <value>Please help us to continue developing Eraser - donate some coffee!</value>
140  </data>
141  <data name="Could not open the required web page. The error returned was: {0}" xml:space="preserve">
142    <value>Could not open the required web page. The error returned was: {0}</value>
143  </data>
144  <data name="Session: {0:F}" xml:space="preserve">
145    <value>Session: {0:F}</value>
146  </data>
147  <data name="The task list could not be imported. The error returned was: {0}" xml:space="preserve">
148    <value>The task list could not be imported. The error returned was: {0}</value>
149  </data>
150  <data name="The Eraser documentation file could not be opened. Check that Adobe Reader installed and that your Eraser install is not corrupt.\n\nThe error returned was: {0}" xml:space="preserve">
151    <value>The Eraser documentation file could not be opened. Check that Adobe Reader installed and that your Eraser install is not corrupt.\n\nThe error returned was: {0}</value>
152  </data>
153  <data name="Processing:" xml:space="preserve">
154    <value>Processing:</value>
155  </data>
156  <data name="Eraser cannot connect to the running instance for erasures." xml:space="preserve">
157    <value>Eraser cannot connect to the running instance for erasures.</value>
158  </data>
159  <data name="Another instance of Eraser is already running but it is running with higher privileges than this instance of Eraser. Tasks cannot be added in this manner.\n\nClose the running instance of Eraser and start it again without administrator privileges, or run the command again as an administrator." xml:space="preserve">
160    <value>Another instance of Eraser is already running but it is running with higher privileges than this instance of Eraser. Tasks cannot be added in this manner.\n\nClose the running instance of Eraser and start it again without administrator privileges, or run the command again as an administrator.</value>
161  </data>
162  <data name="usage: Eraser &lt;action&gt; &lt;arguments&gt;\r\nwhere action is\r\n  help                Show this help message.\r\n  erase               Erases items specified on the command line. This is\r\n                      equivalent to addtask, with the schedule set to now.\r\n  addtask             Adds a task to the current task list.\r\n  importtasklist      Imports an Eraser Task list to the current user's Task\r\n                      List.\r\n\r\nglobal parameters:\r\n  /quiet              Do not create a Console window to display progress.\r\n\r\nparameters for help:\r\n  eraser help\r\n\r\n  no parameters to set.\r\n\r\nparameters for erase and addtask:\r\n  eraser erase [/method=(&lt;methodGUID&gt;|&lt;methodName&gt;)] &lt;target&gt; [target [...]]\r\n  eraser addtask [/method=(&lt;methodGUID&gt;|&lt;methodName&gt;)] [/schedule=(now|manually|restart)] &lt;target&gt; [target [...]]\r\n\r\n  /method             The Erasure method to use.\r\n    methodGUID and methodName can be any GUID/Name from the following list:\r\n{0}\r\n    Only erasure methods labelled U can be used to erase unused disk space.\r\n\r\n  /schedule           The schedule the task will follow. The value must be one\r\n                      of:\r\n    now               The task will be queued for immediate execution.\r\n    manually          The task will be created but not queued for execution.\r\n    restart           The task will be queued for execution when the computer\r\n                      is next restarted.\r\n\r\n                      This parameter is only valid for use with addtask.\r\n\r\n  target is one or more of:\r\n{1}\r\nparameters for importtasklist:\r\n  eraser importtasklist &lt;file&gt;[...]\r\n\r\n    file               A list of one or more files to import.\r\n\r\nAll arguments are case sensitive.\r\n\r\nResponse files can be used for very long command lines (generally, anything\r\ninvolving more than 32,000 characters.) Response files are used by prepending\r\n@ to the path to the file, and passing it into the command line. The\r\ncontents of the response files' will be substituted at the same position into\r\nthe command line." xml:space="preserve">
163    <value>usage: Eraser &lt;action&gt; &lt;arguments&gt;\r\nwhere action is\r\n  help                Show this help message.\r\n  erase               Erases items specified on the command line. This is\r\n                      equivalent to addtask, with the schedule set to now.\r\n  addtask             Adds a task to the current task list.\r\n  importtasklist      Imports an Eraser Task list to the current user's Task\r\n                      List.\r\n\r\nglobal parameters:\r\n  /quiet              Do not create a Console window to display progress.\r\n\r\nparameters for help:\r\n  eraser help\r\n\r\n  no parameters to set.\r\n\r\nparameters for erase and addtask:\r\n  eraser erase [/method=(&lt;methodGUID&gt;|&lt;methodName&gt;)] &lt;target&gt; [target [...]]\r\n  eraser addtask [/method=(&lt;methodGUID&gt;|&lt;methodName&gt;)] [/schedule=(now|manually|restart)] &lt;target&gt; [target [...]]\r\n\r\n  /method             The Erasure method to use.\r\n    methodGUID and methodName can be any GUID/Name from the following list:\r\n{0}\r\n    Only erasure methods labelled U can be used to erase unused disk space.\r\n\r\n  /schedule           The schedule the task will follow. The value must be one\r\n                      of:\r\n    now               The task will be queued for immediate execution.\r\n    manually          The task will be created but not queued for execution.\r\n    restart           The task will be queued for execution when the computer\r\n                      is next restarted.\r\n\r\n                      This parameter is only valid for use with addtask.\r\n\r\n  target is one or more of:\r\n{1}\r\nparameters for importtasklist:\r\n  eraser importtasklist &lt;file&gt;[...]\r\n\r\n    file               A list of one or more files to import.\r\n\r\nAll arguments are case sensitive.\r\n\r\nResponse files can be used for very long command lines (generally, anything\r\ninvolving more than 32,000 characters.) Response files are used by prepending\r\n@ to the path to the file, and passing it into the command line. The\r\ncontents of the response files' will be substituted at the same position into\r\nthe command line.</value>
164  </data>
165  <data name="Eraser {0}\r\n(c) 2008-2010 The Eraser Project\r\nEraser is Open-Source Software: see http://eraser.heidi.ie/ for details.\r\n" xml:space="preserve">
166    <value>Eraser {0}\r\n(c) 2008-2010 The Eraser Project\r\nEraser is Open-Source Software: see http://eraser.heidi.ie/ for details.\r\n</value>
167  </data>
168  <data name="Unknown schedule type: {0}" xml:space="preserve">
169    <value>Unknown schedule type: {0}</value>
170  </data>
171  <data name="Ambiguous argument: {0} can be handled by more than one erasure target." xml:space="preserve">
172    <value>Ambiguous argument: {0} can be handled by more than one erasure target.</value>
173  </data>
174  <data name="Unknown argument: {0}, skipped." xml:space="preserve">
175    <value>Unknown argument: {0}, skipped.</value>
176  </data>
177  <data name="Tasks must contain at least one erasure target." xml:space="preserve">
178    <value>Tasks must contain at least one erasure target.</value>
179  </data>
180  <data name="Ambiguous erasure method name: {0} identifies more than one erasure method." xml:space="preserve">
181    <value>Ambiguous erasure method name: {0} identifies more than one erasure method.</value>
182  </data>
183  <data name="The provided Erasure Method '{0}' does not exist." xml:space="preserve">
184    <value>The provided Erasure Method '{0}' does not exist.</value>
185  </data>
186  <data name="Could not load task list. All task entries have been lost. The error returned was: {0}" xml:space="preserve">
187    <value>Could not load task list. All task entries have been lost. The error returned was: {0}</value>
188  </data>
189  <data name="Another instance of Eraser is already running but it is running with higher privileges than this instance of Eraser.\n\nEraser will now exit." xml:space="preserve">
190    <value>Another instance of Eraser is already running but it is running with higher privileges than this instance of Eraser.\n\nEraser will now exit.</value>
191  </data>
192  <data name="Another instance of Eraser is already running but cannot be connected to.\n\nThe error returned was: {0}" xml:space="preserve">
193    <value>Another instance of Eraser is already running but cannot be connected to.\n\nThe error returned was: {0}</value>
194  </data>
195  <data name="Total: {0,2:#0.00%}" xml:space="preserve">
196    <value>Total: {0,2:#0.00%}</value>
197  </data>
198  <data name="Completed with warnings" xml:space="preserve">
199    <value>Completed with warnings</value>
200  </data>
201  <data name="Completed with errors" xml:space="preserve">
202    <value>Completed with errors</value>
203  </data>
204  <data name="Not completed" xml:space="preserve">
205    <value>Not completed</value>
206  </data>
207  <data name="Completed" xml:space="preserve">
208    <value>Completed</value>
209  </data>
210  <data name="Close" xml:space="preserve">
211    <value>Close</value>
212  </data>
213  <data name="Erasing..." xml:space="preserve">
214    <value>Erasing...</value>
215  </data>
216  <data name="{0} out of {1}" xml:space="preserve">
217    <value>{0} out of {1}</value>
218  </data>
219  <data name="About {0} left" xml:space="preserve">
220    <value>About {0} left</value>
221  </data>
222  <data name="Unknown" xml:space="preserve">
223    <value>Unknown</value>
224  </data>
225  <data name="Total: Unknown" xml:space="preserve">
226    <value>Total: Unknown</value>
227  </data>
228  <data name="Queued for execution" xml:space="preserve">
229    <value>Queued for execution</value>
230  </data>
231  <data name="Not queued" xml:space="preserve">
232    <value>Not queued</value>
233  </data>
234  <data name="New task added" xml:space="preserve">
235    <value>New task added</value>
236  </data>
237  <data name="{0} has just been added to the list of tasks." xml:space="preserve">
238    <value>{0} has just been added to the list of tasks.</value>
239  </data>
240  <data name="Are you sure you want to delete the selected tasks?" xml:space="preserve">
241    <value>Are you sure you want to delete the selected tasks?</value>
242  </data>
243  <data name="Running..." xml:space="preserve">
244    <value>Running...</value>
245  </data>
246  <data name="The task {0} has completed with warnings." xml:space="preserve">
247    <value>The task {0} has completed with warnings.</value>
248  </data>
249  <data name="The task {0} has completed with errors." xml:space="preserve">
250    <value>The task {0} has completed with errors.</value>
251  </data>
252  <data name="The task {0} did not complete." xml:space="preserve">
253    <value>The task {0} did not complete.</value>
254  </data>
255  <data name="The task {0} has completed." xml:space="preserve">
256    <value>The task {0} has completed.</value>
257  </data>
258  <data name="Task completed" xml:space="preserve">
259    <value>Task completed</value>
260  </data>
261  <data name="Recycle Bin" xml:space="preserve">
262    <value>Recycle Bin</value>
263  </data>
264  <data name="Cannot erase the selected items" xml:space="preserve">
265    <value>Cannot erase the selected items</value>
266  </data>
267  <data name="Import tasks from {0}" xml:space="preserve">
268    <value>Import tasks from {0}</value>
269  </data>
270  <data name="Erase {0}" xml:space="preserve">
271    <value>Erase {0}</value>
272  </data>
273  <data name="Could not import task list from {0}. The error returned was: {1}" xml:space="preserve">
274    <value>Could not import task list from {0}. The error returned was: {1}</value>
275  </data>
276  <data name="You have dropped a set of files and folders into Eraser. What do you want to do with them?" xml:space="preserve">
277    <value>You have dropped a set of files and folders into Eraser. What do you want to do with them?</value>
278  </data>
279  <data name="Erase the selected items\nSchedules the selected items for immediate erasure." xml:space="preserve">
280    <value>Erase the selected items\nSchedules the selected items for immediate erasure.</value>
281  </data>
282  <data name="Create a new Task\nA task will be created containing the selected items." xml:space="preserve">
283    <value>Create a new Task\nA task will be created containing the selected items.</value>
284  </data>
285  <data name="Cancel the drag-and-drop operation" xml:space="preserve">
286    <value>Cancel the drag-and-drop operation</value>
287  </data>
288  <data name="Are you sure you wish to erase the selected items?" xml:space="preserve">
289    <value>Are you sure you wish to erase the selected items?</value>
290  </data>
291  <data name="Could not load the setting {0}\\{1} for plugin {2}. The setting has been lost." xml:space="preserve">
292    <value>Could not load the setting {0}\\{1} for plugin {2}. The setting has been lost.</value>
293  </data>
294  <data name="Default file erasure method" xml:space="preserve">
295    <value>Default file erasure method</value>
296  </data>
297  <data name="Default unused space erasure method" xml:space="preserve">
298    <value>Default unused space erasure method</value>
299  </data>
300  <data name="Randomness data source" xml:space="preserve">
301    <value>Randomness data source</value>
302  </data>
303  <data name="The following settings held invalid values:\n\n{0}\nThese settings have now been set to naive defaults.\n\nPlease check that the new settings suit your required level of security." xml:space="preserve">
304    <value>The following settings held invalid values:\n\n{0}\nThese settings have now been set to naive defaults.\n\nPlease check that the new settings suit your required level of security.</value>
305  </data>
306  <data name="The path you selected is invalid." xml:space="preserve">
307    <value>The path you selected is invalid.</value>
308  </data>
309  <data name="Plugins which have just been approved will only be loaded the next time Eraser is started." xml:space="preserve">
310    <value>Plugins which have just been approved will only be loaded the next time Eraser is started.</value>
311  </data>
312  <data name="An invalid language was selected." xml:space="preserve">
313    <value>An invalid language was selected.</value>
314  </data>
315  <data name="An invalid file erasure method was selected." xml:space="preserve">
316    <value>An invalid file erasure method was selected.</value>
317  </data>
318  <data name="An invalid unused disk space erasure method was selected." xml:space="preserve">
319    <value>An invalid unused disk space erasure method was selected.</value>
320  </data>
321  <data name="An invalid randomness data source was selected." xml:space="preserve">
322    <value>An invalid randomness data source was selected.</value>
323  </data>
324  <data name="Erasures with plausible deniability was selected, but no files were selected to be used as decoys." xml:space="preserve">
325    <value>Erasures with plausible deniability was selected, but no files were selected to be used as decoys.</value>
326  </data>
327  <data name="The new UI language will take only effect when Eraser is restarted." xml:space="preserve">
328    <value>The new UI language will take only effect when Eraser is restarted.</value>
329  </data>
330  <data name="The new randomness data source will only be used when the next task is run.\nCurrently running tasks will use the old source." xml:space="preserve">
331    <value>The new randomness data source will only be used when the next task is run.\nCurrently running tasks will use the old source.</value>
332  </data>
333  <data name="(This erasure type does not have any settings to define.)" xml:space="preserve">
334    <value>(This erasure type does not have any settings to define.)</value>
335  </data>
336  <data name="The erasure method selected does not support unused disk space erasures." xml:space="preserve">
337    <value>The erasure method selected does not support unused disk space erasures.</value>
338  </data>
339  <data name="{0}, " xml:space="preserve">
340    <value>{0}, </value>
341  </data>
342  <data name="(default)" xml:space="preserve">
343    <value>(default)</value>
344  </data>
345  <data name="Cannot add the selected items" xml:space="preserve">
346    <value>Cannot add the selected items</value>
347  </data>
348  <data name="Add {0}" xml:space="preserve">
349    <value>Add {0}</value>
350  </data>
351  <data name="The task has no data to erase." xml:space="preserve">
352    <value>The task has no data to erase.</value>
353  </data>
354  <data name="The task needs to run on at least one day a week" xml:space="preserve">
355    <value>The task needs to run on at least one day a week</value>
356  </data>
357  <data name="Processing update list..." xml:space="preserve">
358    <value>Processing update list...</value>
359  </data>
360  <data name="Updates" xml:space="preserve">
361    <value>Updates</value>
362  </data>
363  <data name="Plugins" xml:space="preserve">
364    <value>Plugins</value>
365  </data>
366  <data name="Nightly builds" xml:space="preserve">
367    <value>Nightly builds</value>
368  </data>
369  <data name="There are no new updates or plugins available for Eraser." xml:space="preserve">
370    <value>There are no new updates or plugins available for Eraser.</value>
371  </data>
372  <data name="Install" xml:space="preserve">
373    <value>Install</value>
374  </data>
375  <data name="Error" xml:space="preserve">
376    <value>Error</value>
377  </data>
378  <data name="Downloaded" xml:space="preserve">
379    <value>Downloaded</value>
380  </data>
381  <data name="Downloading: {0}" xml:space="preserve">
382    <value>Downloading: {0}</value>
383  </data>
384  <data name="Overall progress: {0} left" xml:space="preserve">
385    <value>Overall progress: {0} left</value>
386  </data>
387  <data name="Error: {0}" xml:space="preserve">
388    <value>Error: {0}</value>
389  </data>
390  <data name="Installing {0}" xml:space="preserve">
391    <value>Installing {0}</value>
392  </data>
393  <data name="Installed {0}" xml:space="preserve">
394    <value>Installed {0}</value>
395  </data>
396  <data name="{0} of {1} downloaded" xml:space="preserve">
397    <value>{0} of {1} downloaded</value>
398  </data>
399</root>
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