Help for Translators

This page is intended for:

  • Administrators wanting to customise the text in their installation of ZendTo, more than the settings in the zendto.conf file allow
  • Administrators wanting to translate ZendTo into a different language
  • Administrators wanting to edit a translation of ZendTo

I strongly recommend the use of a tool such as Poedit when editing translation files. Far more reliable than editing by hand!

Introduction

ZendTo handles multiple languages using a system called "gettext". This is widely documented on-line.

You edit a (text) file ending in ".po" using a tool such as Poedit (or a text editor if you must). This ".po" file contains the original version and the translated version of every word or phrase used in ZendTo. Any "translated versions" that are missing or blank don't do any harm, ZendTo will just use the "original version" instead. So if you are working in US English (ZendTo's original language), and want to just change a few things, you only need provide "translations" (i.e. your new text) for the entries you wish to change. Leave the others blank/empty.

That (text) ".po" file is then compiled into a binary ".mo" file. You cannot edit or read the ".mo" file. This is the file the web server uses to translate ZendTo as it is used.

Where to Find Things

All the tools needed are present on your ZendTo server:

  • /opt/zendto/bin/addlanguage — Run this script to add a new language to ZendTo. It will automatically create the directories necessary and build a brand new "zendto.po" file and put it in the right place for you.
  • /opt/zendto/bin/makelanguages — Run this script whenever you have edited the translated strings in a ".po" file for ZendTo, or else have changed the actual text in a ZendTo template file (but please don't do that!). It will merge any new strings into all the installed translations, and then compile them all into their corresponding ".mo" files.

All the translation files are stored under /opt/zendto/config/locale. In here, there is

  • The master "zendto.pot" (it's a ".po" file but is the template one containing no translated text, and is rebuilt by "makelanguages" mentioned above).
  • A "supplied" directory containing the original versions of the translations I ship with ZendTo. Don't edit anything in here, it's just for reference so you have a clean copy in case you screw something up. The "emojitest" translation provides a quick way of testing UTF-8 support on your system. Read the comments at the top of it, and see /opt/zendto/bin/testlocale.php as well.
  • A directory for each language for which you have a translation.
    • Their names are standard "locale" names, such as "en_US" (English, USA), "pt_BR" (Portuguese, Brazil), "fr_FR" (French, France).
    • Please try to avoid putting any UTF-8 stuff on the end of the names, it shouldn't be necessary and they are all done in UTF-8 anyway.
    • Within each of these there must be just a sub-directory named "LC_MESSAGES".
    • Inside that sub-directory, there is the zendto.po translations source file, which contains the editable/readable version of all the translations needed for this language. And there is the zendto.mo compiled translations file which the web server reads.

How to Add a Language

  • Any language you add must match the correct form of "locale" codes. These look like 2 lower-case letters giving the language, followed by a "_", followed by 2 upper-case letters giving the territory or country. Examples are "en_US", "en_GB", "fr_FR", "pt_BR". On CentOS/RedHat, all locales are setup during the operating system installation process: "locale -a" will list them all. On UBuntu/Debian, my script to add a new language to ZendTo will automatically create the locale for you, so you don't need to worry how it all works. Note that you do not need to change the system locale or anything like that at all, ZendTo's language is independent of all of that.
  • Any ".<codeset>..." added after the language and territory is optional and is usually not necessary for ZendTo. You usually just need the "<language>_<territory>" part, such as "pt_BR" or "en_US".
  • As root, run "/opt/zendto/bin/addlanguage" which takes 1 parameter which is the code for the locale you are adding.
  • You should now have a file "/opt/zendto/config/locale/locale-code/LC_MESSAGES/zendto.po" which you can edit with Poedit, or a text editor if you're careful.
  • As root, run "/opt/zendto/bin/makelanguages" which will compile all the installed translations, including your new one.
  • Set the "language" setting in /opt/zendto/config/preferences.php to match the locale code you just created.
  • Refresh the page in a web browsr, showing a page from your ZendTo site. If the new language does not appear, or changes to the "zendto.po" file have not taken effect, and you are sure you did run makelanguages to compile it, restart the web server. Apache appears to cache language files and does not always automatically notice updates to them.

How to Edit a Language or any Word / Phrase

  • The "language" setting in your /opt/zendto/config/preferences.php file will contain the name of the locale you are using.
  • Look in the directory /opt/zendto/config/locale/your-locale-code/LC_MESSAGES.
  • There you will find a file "zendto.po". This is the file to edit. I strongly advise you use Poedit, but you can use a text editor if you're careful or are making small changes. All the source strings are labelled "msgid", and your new "translated" versions are labelled "msgstr". The format is well documented elsewhere.
  • As root, run "/opt/zendto/bin/makelanguages" which will compile all the installed translations, including your new one.
  • Refresh the page in a web browser, showing a page from your ZendTo site. If the new language does not appear, or changes to the "zendto.po" file have not taken effect, and you are sure you did run makelanguages to compile it, restart the web server. Apache appears to cache language files and does not always automatically notice updates to them.

Hints for Translators

It's difficult to translate words or phrases when you do not know the context in which they are being used. The searchable table below gives hints about the context of most of the translation strings.

It also describes exactly what is put in any placeholder (such as "%1" or "%s") that you will find in some of the translation strings.

  • If you are customising the text purely for your own site (and have already exhausted what can be done by just editing zendto.conf), then feel free to ignore the placeholders. You do not have to use them, they are just there to help you.
  • If you are translating ZendTo into a language for which there is currently no translation, please use the placeholders wherever possible. You may well not be able to use all of them, but doing so will help future users of your translation.

 
%1 is a service to make it easy for you to move files, including large files up to %2, in and out of the %3. Used in the information section at the bottom of the main menu page.
%1 = service name (eg. ZendTo) taken from zendto.conf
%2 = max size (eg. 20 GB)
%3 = organization type (e.g University) taken from zendto.conf
Library The type of a file that was picked from the "library of files" feature. It means the file is a library file, rather than one that the user uploaded in their drop-off.
Failed to read anything from loginlog This is an internal system database error. For some reason, the database code failed to read any data from the "loginlog" table, which is where current logins are stored.
left OBSOLETE — no longer used.
Used in the length counters just below the "Note" boxes in the new-dropoff and send-a-request forms. The string appears something like "357/1000 left" which means the user has 357 characters to go before they reach the maximum length of the note, which is 1000 characters in this case.
Sorry, I failed to drop-off your files! Line 1 of the alert box displayed when a drop-off failed.
Line 2 starts with "Note that you cannot"
Note that you cannot drop-off directories, only files. Line 2 of the alert box displayed when a drop-off failed.
Line 1 starts with "Sorry, I failed to"
Unable to remove drop-off %s using passcode %s The 1st %s is the Claim ID of the drop-off.
The 2nd %s is the Passcode of the drop-off.
I do not think you are a real person. Used when the user fails to pass the CAPTCHA test to prove they're not a robot.
Are you a real person? Used when the user fails to pass the CAPTCHA test to prove they're not a robot.
Test failed Used when the user fails to pass the CAPTCHA test to prove they're not a robot.
Request Code Used The "Request Code" the user entered was valid, but it has already been used (and they can only be used once).
Unable to re-send the drop-off %s. %s is the drop-off's Claim ID.
Verify Error The title of an error message displayed when we failed to verify the user was real and logged in.
Could not open MySQL database on %s %s is the hostname of the database server.
Failed to add login record An internal database error could cause this.
Failed to delete login records An internal database error could cause this.
Failed to BEGIN transaction block while updating regexps An internal database error could cause this.
Failed to ROLLBACK after aborting deletion of old regexps An internal database error could cause this.
Failed to delete old regexps An internal database error could cause this.
Failed to ROLLBACK after aborting addition of regexp An internal database error could cause this.
Failed to add regexp An internal database error could cause this.
Aborting adding user %s as that user already exists You tried to add a new local user, but that user already existed. Can be shown when running "/opt/zendto/bin/adduser.php".
%s is the username.
Failed to BEGIN transaction block while adding user %s An internal database error could cause this.
%s is the username.
Failed to ROLLBACK after aborting addition of user %s An internal database error could cause this.
%s is the username.
Failed to add user %s An internal database error could cause this.
%s is the username.
Aborting deleting user %s as that user does not exist You tried to delete a local user with deleteuser.php, but that user did not exist.
%s is the username.
Aborting updating user %s as that user does not exist You tried to update a local user (change their password?), but that user did not exist.
%s is the username.
Failed to update password for user %s A password update for a local user failed.
%s is the username.
Failed to update quota for user %s Only relevant if you're using "MyZendTo" and not "ZendTo". A disk quota update for a local user failed.
%s is the username.
LDAP Error Something internal failed when trying to talk to an LDAP or Active Directory authentication server.
Authorization Failed Either an LDAP or Active Directory server failed to successfully authenticate the user trying to login.
Please notify the system administrator. Appears a lot in error messages displayed to the user when something nasty (and probably internal) happened, that the user cannot rectify themselves but need to report to their IT staff instead.
%d bytes The size of a very small file less than 1024 bytes in size.
%d is the file size in bytes.
%.1f KB The size of a file between 1Kbyte and 1Mbyte in size.
%.1f is the file size in kilobytes (1024 bytes = 1KB).
%.1f MB The size of a file between 1Mbyte and 1Gbyte in size.
%.1f is the file size in megabytes (1024 KB = 1MB).
%.1f GB The size of a file between 1Gbyte and 1Tbyte in size.
%.1f is the file size in megabytes (1024 MB = 1GB).
%.1f TB The size of a file larger than 1Tbytes in size.
%.1f is the file size in terabytes (1024 GB = 1TB).
The preferences are not configured properly! Internal error, probably caused by a screwed up preferences.php file.
Invalid Configuration Internal error, probably caused by a screwed up preferences.php file.
Could create ZendTo database handle An internal database error could cause this.
Authentication Error Heading of the error message displayed when a user fails to input a matching username and password.
The preferences are not configured properly (they're empty)! Internal error, it thinks there are no preferences set in preferences.php at all.
Mail Error The error title used when the system failed to send an email it was trying to send.
Could not write to log file %s, ensure that web server user can write to the log file as set in preferences.php Internal error. The user the web server is running as (usually apache or httpd) cannot write to the ZendTo log file.
%s is the full path of the log file.
Configuration Error Internal error, probably caused by a screwed up preferences.php file.
The username or password was incorrect. The actual text displayed when the user fails to enter a matching valid username and password. All password authentication errors produce exactly the same result to the user, that is by design so as not to give away information to people trying to break in.
Could not read local domain list file %s Failed to read the list of all the "internal" domain names, which is usually stored in /opt/zendto/internaldomains.conf. This file can be used as an easier alternative to writing a regexp of all your valid "internal" domain names in the preferences.php file.
%s is the full path of the internaldomains.conf file.
You must provide a value for the following preference key: '%s' Some preferences.php keys are mandatory. You have failed to set one that is mandatory.
%s is the name of the key.
iUndefined Preference Key You have set a preferences.php key it doesn't know about.
One of the recipients This is used when the email address of the recipient is not used. It can appear as the start of "One of the recipients has picked up your drop-off!" and similar such cases. In the list of pick-ups for a drop-off in a user's Outbox, it appears on its own instead of the email address of the user who picked up the files, when their address isn't known.
%s has picked up your drop-off! Send to users in the email notification that someone has picked up their drop-off.
%s is the email address of the recipient if known, else "One of the recipients".
%s has dropped off a file for you Used in the email notification to a drop-off recipient when there is exactly 1 file in the drop-off. See "%s has dropped off files for you" for the plural version.
%s is the name of the person who sent the drop-off.
%s has dropped off files for you Used in the email notification to a drop-off recipient when there is more than 1 file in the drop-off. See "%s has dropped off a file for you" for the singular version.
%s is the name of the person who send the drop-off.
%d days Used in lots of places referring to the length of time a recipient has to pick-up their files, when there is more than 1 day remaining. See "1 day" for the singular version.
%d is the number of days remaining
1 day Used in lots of places referring to the length of time a recipient has to pick-up their files, when there is exactly 1 day remaining. See "%d days" for the plural version.
%d hours Used in lots of places referring to the length of time a recipient has to pick-up their files, when there is less than 1 day but more than 1 hour remaining. See "1 hour" for the singular version.
%d is the number of hours remaining
1 hour Used in lots of places referring to the length of time a recipient has to pick-up their files, when there is less than or equal to 1 hour remaining. See "%d hours" for the plural version.
Upload Error The title of the error displayed when the user's upload of files failed for any reason.
There appears to be more than 1 drop-off with that claim ID. This should never happen! Caused by a database problem if it does.
Invalid Claim ID The title of the error displayed if a user attempted to use a Claim ID that doesn't exist.
The recipient email address '%s' is invalid. The user entered an email address for a recipient, and that address did not match the regexp defined in preferences.php that is used to verify email addresses.
%s is the email address they tried to enter.
Return to the %s main menu to log in and then try again. %s is defined in zendto.conf as "ServiceTitle", shipped default is "ZendTo".
You must specify all recipients' email addresses in the form. In a new drop-off, the user has managed to omit the email address of one of the recipients.
There was an error while uploading '%s'. %s is the name of the file the user was trying to upload.
The recipients file size exceeds the size limit (the maximum is %s). If a CSV file listing many recipients is uploaded and is too big, this is shown.
%s is the maximum allowed, eg. "25 MB".
The server was not configured with a temporary folder for uploads. Internal error, PHP wasn't told where to put uploaded files. See php.ini.
You must choose at least one file to drop-off. The user attempted to make a new drop-off with 0 files in it.
The file '%s' was too large. Each dropped-off file may be at most %s. The 1st %s is the name of the file the user tried to upload.
The 2nd %s is the maximum allowed size of a file in a drop-off (formatted like "27 KB").
No file was actually dropped-off. They tried to drop-off a non-existant file.
The total size of the dropped-off files exceeds the maximum for a single drop-off. Altogether, a single drop-off can be at most %s. %s is the maximum size of an entire drop-off (formatted like "20 GB").
You do not have enough remaining storage quota for this drop-off. You need at least another %s. Only relevant if you are using MyZendTo and not ZendTo.
%s is the extra quota space the user needs (formatted like "300 MB").
A unique directory to contain your dropped-off files could not be created. Internal error, usually caused by incorrect file permissions on /var/zendto/dropoffs.
Could not add recipients to the database. Internal error, probably database permissions problem.
Trouble while attempting to save the information for '%s'. Internal error, probably database permissions problem.
%s is the filename of the Library file that the user wanted to send to the recipients.
It looks like your drop-off failed due to lack of free space on the server. It only has %s left. If the user's drop-off upload failed, and the free space available on the server can be worked out and it is less than the maximum size of 1 drop-off, this is shown to the user, along with a request to tell their IT staff.
%s is the disk space available, formatted like "50 GB".
Trouble while attempting to drop '%s' into its drop-off directory. Internal error. Failed to move the user's uploaded file from the temporary directory (as defined in php.ini) to the main dropoffs storage directory.
%s is the user's filename.
Unable to add a drop-off record to the database. An internal database error could cause this.
Unable to begin database transaction. An internal database error could cause this.
Unable to connect to any of the authentication servers; could not authenticate user. None of the LDAP authentication servers could be reached, so authentication failed for the user's login attempt.
0 bytes Used in lots of places to give the size of a file or free disk space, when the value is exactly 0 bytes.
1 byte Used in lots of places to give the size of a file or free disk space, when the value is exactly 1 byte.
This form cannot be called like this, please return to the main menu. The user tried to do something nasty to one of the web forms, so needs to start over and keep their mucky paws off things like the Back button.
Internal Error The is the title of the error used when something nasty happened.
Database failure writing request information. Internal error, probably a database permissions problem.
Could not create the new database. Displayed when ZendTo cannot find its SQLite database, had tried to create a new one, and has failed to do so. Probably a permission problems in /var/zendto.
Could not create the tables in the new database. Displayed when ZendTo has failed to create the tables in the new SQLite database.
Could not open the database. ZendTo could not read the SQLite database file. Probably a permissions problem in /var/zendto.
Database Error creating %s table Internal error when it couldn't write to the SQLite database.
%s is the internal name of the database table.
You are trying to drop off some files Used in the Subject: line of the email message to a user who has not (or cannot) logged in, wants to drop-off some files, and is verifying that they really own the email address they say they are using. It's the email address verification email Subject: line, with the EmailSubjectTag put on the front as set in zendto.conf.
About the %1 Service... Heading of the "about" web page.
%1 is the name of the service as set in zendto.conf, "ZendTo" by default.
There are two distinct kinds of users that will be accessing the %1 system: inside users, who are associated with the %2 running the service, and outside users, which encompasses the rest of the Internet. Used in the "about" web page.
%1 is the name of the service as set in zendto.conf, "ZendTo" by default.
drop-off Used in the "about" web page at the start of the definition of what a drop-off is. It's the word that the definition defines. All lower-case. Search "one or more files" to find the actual definition text itself.
one or more files uploaded to %1 as a single item for delivery to a person or people Used in the "about" web page as the actual definition of what a drop-off is. Does *not* start with a capital letter as it is not the start of a sentence. See the string "drop-off" for the keyword of the definition.
Attach each file individually on the drop-off page One of the two ways in which a user can drop-off multiple files at once.
Archive and compress the files into a single package and attach the resulting archive file on the drop-off page. One of the two ways in which a user can drop-off multiple files at once.
Windows users can create a \"compressed folder\" or use %1 Used in the "about" web page as a tip for Windows users wanting to drop-off lots of files at 1 time.
%1 is 'FavouriteWindowsZip' as set in zendto.conf, '7-Zip' by default.
Linux/Unix users could try \"PeaZip\" or \"File Roller\" Used in the "about" web page as a tip for Linux users wanting to drop-off lots of files at 1 time.
Creating a Drop-off Section title used in the "about" web page.
Making a Pick-up Section title used in the "about" web page.
The list of files that were uploaded Used in the "about" page. One of the things the user sees when viewing a drop-off.
The sender and recipient information that the sender entered when the drop-off was created Used in the "about" page. One of the things the user sees when viewing a drop-off.
The computer name and/or address from which the drop-off was created Used in the "about" page. One of the things the user sees when viewing a drop-off.
Optionally a list of pick-ups that have been made Used in the "about" page. One of the things the user sees when viewing a drop-off.
The recipient has %1 days to pick-up the files. Each night, drop-offs that are older than %1 days are removed from the system. Used in the "about" page.
%1 is the number of days a drop-off can be picked up before it expires and is auto-deleted, as defined in preferences.php.
Resumable Downloading of Files Section title used in the "about" web page.
Size Limitations on Uploads Section title used in the "about" web page.
The %1 software itself has configurable limits on the amount of data that can be uploaded in a single drop-off. Even for browsers that support uploads larger than 2 GB, drop-off may not exceed %2 per file, or %3 total for the entire drop-off. Used in the "about" web page.
%1 is the ServiceTitle in zendto.conf, "ZendTo" by default.
%2 is the max file of a file in a drop-off (formatted like "6 GB").
%3 is the max total size of a drop-off (formatted like "25 GB").
Your browser reports a bad or broken connection after downloading a significant portion of the file Used in the "about" web page, one of the possible symptoms a user might see when things go wrong downloading a drop-off.
An error page is displayed that indicates you dropped off no files Used in the "about" web page, one of the possible symptoms a user might see when things go wrong downloading a drop-off.
then you are most likely connected to the Internet via a connection too slow to move the amount of data in a timely fashion. Your computer normally has at most 2 hours to fully send or receive a drop-off. Used in the "about" web page, a likely reason why a download would fail. It is not the start of a sentence, and so does not start with a capital letter.
Version %1 has been developed by %2. Used at the foot of every page and email.
%1 is the version number set in prefernces.php.
%2 is the entire HTML of a mailto: link that points to me!
Claim ID Used as the label for all "Claim ID" boxes and table columns.
Claim Passcode Used as the label for all "Passcode" boxes and table columns.
Pick-up Files Text in the button that does this.
The drop-off with claim ID %1 was successfully removed. Used when just deleted a drop-off.
%1 is the claim ID of the drop-off.
Unable to remove the drop-off %1. Used when just failed to delete a drop-off because of an error.
%1 is the claim ID of the drop-off.
This is an automated message sent to you by the %1 service. Used at the very start of every email sent by the system.
%1 is the ServiceTitle as set in zendto.conf, default is "ZendTo".
This is a reminder about a drop-off sent to you, that no one has picked up. Used near the start of emails sent out about uncollected drop-offs that are about to expire. See 'warnDaysBeforeDeletion' in preferences.php.
The drop-off will expire in %1 after which it will be automatically deleted. Used in emails sent out about new drop-offs, or ones about to expire.
%1 is the time before deletion, formatted like "14 days" or "23 hours" or "1 day".
%1 (%2) has dropped off a file for you. Used in emails sent about new drop-offs, when the drop-off contains exactly 1 file.
%1 is the sender's name.
%2 is the sender's email address.
%1 (%2) has dropped off %3 files for you. Used in emails sent about new drop-offs, when the drop-off contains more than 1 file.
%1 is the sender's name.
%2 is the sender's email address.
%3 is the number of files in the drop-off.
You have %1 to retrieve the drop-off; after that the link above will expire. Used in emails sent about new drop-offs.
%1 is the time left before the drop-off is auto-deleted, formatted like "14 days" or "1 day" or "12 hours".
If you wish to contact the sender, just reply to this email. Used in emails sent about new drop-offs.
The sender has left you a note: Used in emails sent about new drop-offs. Placed just above the contents of the "Note" field of the drop-off.
Full information about the drop-off: Used in emails sent about new drop-offs. Placed just above the list of all the info about the drop-off, including its files.
Sent separately Used in emails sent about new drop-offs. Replaces the drop-off's Passcode when the sender has chosen not to include that in the email, so anyone intercepting the email cannot retrieve the file.
Date of Drop-off Used in emails sent about new drop-offs. The label for the date and time the drop-off was created.
Name The label for the real name of a sender.
Organization The label for the name of the organization the person belongs to.
Email Address Used in emails about new drop-offs. Label for the email address of the sender.
IP Address Used in emails about new drop-offs. Label for the IP address of the sender.
File Used in emails about new drop-offs. Heading for the details of the only file in the drop-off. See "Files" for the plural version.
Files Used in emails about new drop-offs. Heading for the details of the multiple files in the drop-off. See "File" for the singular version.
Description Used in emails and the web interface as the label for the description a sender entered next to the file in their drop-off.
Size Used in emails and the web interface as the label for the size of a file. The actual size will be presented nicely as "5.6 MB" or similar, not just a raw number of bytes.
Content Type Used in emails and the web interface as the label for the MIME type of a dropped-off file, as determined by the ZendTo server.
a file Used in text-only version of the email about a new drop-off in the line "%1 (%2) has dropped off %3 for you." when the drop-off contains exactly 1 file.
%1 files Used in text-only version of the email about a new drop-off in the line "%1 (%2) has dropped off %3 for you." when the drop-off contains more than 1 file.
%1 is the number of files in the drop-off.
%1 (%2) has dropped off %3 for you. Used in text-only version of the email about a new drop-off.
%1 is the sender's name.
%2 is the sender's email address.
%3 is either "file" or "%1 files".
You have %1 to retrieve the drop-off; after that the link above will expire. If you wish to contact the sender, just reply to this email. Used in text-only version of the email about a new drop-off.
%1 is the time before the drop-off expires, formatted like "14 days" or "1 day" or "12 hours".
Claim ID: %1 Used in text-only version of the email about a new drop-off. Note the spacing so the Claim ID, Passcode and other information in the table line up nicely when viewed in a monospace font.
%1 is the claim id of the drop-off.
Claim Passcode: %1 Used in text-only version of the email about a new drop-off. Note the spacing so the Claim ID, Passcode and other information in the table line up nicely when viewed in a monospace font.
%1 is the passcode of the drop-off, or else the string "Sent separately".
Date of Drop-Off: %1 Used in text-only version of the email about a new drop-off. Note the spacing so the Claim ID, Passcode and other information in the table line up nicely when viewed in a monospace font.
%1 is the date and time the drop-off was created.
Sender Used in text-only version of the email about a new drop-off, and also the the column heading in the table of drop-offs in a user's Inbox or Outbox.
Name: %1 Used in text-only version of the email about a new drop-off. Note the spacing so the Claim ID, Passcode and other information in the table line up nicely when viewed in a monospace font.
%1 is the real name of the sender.
Organization: %1 Used in text-only version of the email about a new drop-off. Note the spacing so the Claim ID, Passcode and other information in the table line up nicely when viewed in a monospace font.
%1 is the name of the sender's organization.
Email Address: %1 Used in text-only version of the email about a new drop-off. Note the spacing so the Claim ID, Passcode and other information in the table line up nicely when viewed in a monospace font.
%1 is the email address of the sender.
IP Address: %1 %2 Used in text-only version of the email about a new drop-off. Note the spacing so the Claim ID, Passcode and other information in the table line up nicely when viewed in a monospace font.
%1 is the IP address the sender used.
%2 is the corresponding hostname, if known.
Description: %1 Used in text-only version of the email about a new drop-off. Note the spacing so the Claim ID, Passcode and other information in the table line up nicely when viewed in a monospace font.
%1 is the description the sender gave the file.
Size: %1 Used in text-only version of the email about a new drop-off. Note the spacing so the Claim ID, Passcode and other information in the table line up nicely when viewed in a monospace font.
%1 is the size of the file (formatted nicely like "57.8 KB").
Content Type: %1 Used in text-only version of the email about a new drop-off. Note the spacing so the Claim ID, Passcode and other information in the table line up nicely when viewed in a monospace font.
%1 is the MIME type of the file, as determined by the ZendTo server.
All Used in the drop-down lists that seet how many drop-offs are listed on each "page" in the Inbox and Outbox. The other options are 10, 25, 50. This setting makes it show all the available records in 1 (long?) page.
First The label used for the "jump to the 1st page" button in the tables in the Inbox and Outbox.
Previous The label used for the "jump to the previous page" button in the tables in the Inbox and Outbox.
Next The label used for the "jump to the next page" button in the tables in the Inbox and Outbox. Also used in the web interface for buttons that take the user to the next step of making a new drop-off or verifying themselves.
Last The label used for the "jump to the last page" button in the tables in the Inbox and Outbox.
Recipient The column heading for the recipients of each drop-off in the Outbox.
Created The column heading for the creation date of each drop-off in the Inbox and Outbox.
Outbox The text used in the menu tabs to refer to the user's Outbox.
Copyright © %1 Used in the footer of web pages and emails as part of the copyright message.
%1 is the year (eg. 2018).
About %1 Used in the footer of web pages and emails.
%1 is the ServiceTitle defined in zendto.conf, "ZendTo" by default.
Version %1 Used in the footer of web pages.
%1 is the ZendTo version number as defined in preferences.php, such as "5.00".
you are currently logged in as %1 Used in the footer of web pages.
%1 is the full name of the currently logged in used.
Return to the %1 main menu %1 is the ServiceTitle as defined in zendto.conf, "ZendTo" by default.
Logout The text shown in the logout tab.
%1 Username Used on the login pages where it prompts the user for their username.
%1 is the OrganizationShortName defined in zendto.conf, "Southampton" by default.
Password Used on the login pages where it prompts the user for their password.
Home The text shown in the Home tab.
Inbox The text shown in the Inbox tab
Login The text shown in the Login tab, and also in the main menu button for a remote user to login to the service.
Please login above. Shown on the login page where the "mini login" bar is shown instead of the full page.
Authentication Displayed next to a padlock icon on the full login page, as the title above the username and password prompts.
You have been logged out. Displayed when they have clicked the Logout button.
You will be redirected to the main menu in a moment. Displayed on the logout page.
%1 is the URL of the main menu.
Last %1 lines of %2 log, most recent first Displayed at the top of the admin's "View the log" page.
%1 is the number of log lines shown.
%2 is the ServiceTitle defined in zendto.conf, "ZendTo" by default.
Drop-off The text shown in the main menu button.
Pick-up The text shown in the main menu button.
Request a Drop-off The text shown in the main menu button.
Show All Drop-offs The text shown in the main menu button, visible to Admins only.
Unlock Users The text shown in the main menu button, visible to Admins only.
System Statistics The text shown in the main menu button, visible to Admins only.
System Log The text shown in the main menu button, visible to Admins only.
You may perform the following activities: Text used on the main menu page, above what the user can do now, based on whether they have logged in or not.
Drop-off (upload) a file for someone else. Text used on the main menu page, next to the "Drop-off" button.
Ask another person to send you some files. Text used on the main menu page, next to the "Request a Drop-off" button.
Pick-up (download) a file dropped-off for you. Text used on the main menu page, next to the "Pick-up" button.
View log file Text used on the main menu page, admins only, next to the "System Log" button.
If you are a %1 user, you may login here: Text used on the main menu page when the user has not logged in, above the Login button.
%1 is the OrganizationShortName defined in zendto.conf, "Southampton" by default.
Avoid having to verify your email address,
and drop-off " "files to non-%1 users.
Text used on the main menu page when the user has not logged in, next to the Login button.
%1 is the OrganizationShortName defined in zendto.conf, "Southampton" by default.
Anyone may perform the following activities: Text used on the main menu page above the list of buttons that anyone can use, whether they are logged in or not.
Drop-off (upload) a file for a %1 user (email verification " "required). Text used next to the Drop-off button when the user has not logged in.
%1 is the OrganizationShortName defined in zendto.conf, "Southampton" by default.
%1 users: you may login with your username and password and send files to anyone, in or out of the %2 Text used on the main menu to help people who can log in.
%1 is OrganizationShortName defined in zendto.conf, "Southampton" by default.
%2 is OrganizationShortType defined in zendto.conf, "University" by default.
Non-%1 users: you cannot log in, but can still send files to %1 users if you know their email address. Start by clicking the \"%3\" button. Text used on the main menu to help people who cannot log in.
%1 is OrganizationShortName defined in zendto.conf, "Southampton" by default
%2 is "Drop-off".
%3 is "Drop-off" with <em> tags around it to italicise or emphasize it.
%1 users who wish someone outside the %2 to send them files, can make it a lot easier for them by logging in and clicking \"%3\". That saves the other person having to prove who they are. Text used on the main menu to encourage internal users to log in and send the external user a request for files.
%1 is the OrganizationShortName defined in zendto.conf, "Southampton" by default.
%2 is the OrganizationShortType defined in zendto.conf, "University" by default
%3 is the text in the "Request a Drop-off" button.
%1 is a service to make it easy for you to move files, including large files up to %2, in and out of the %3. Main menu page text for information.
%1 is the ServiceTitle defined in zendto.conf, "ZendTo" by default.
%2 is the max size of a drop-off, formatted like "50 GB".
%3 is the OrganizationShortType defined in zendto.conf, "University" by default.
How secure is %1? Link text on main menu page, and heading of security info page.
%1 is the ServiceTitle defined in zendto.conf, "ZendTo" by default.
Files are automatically deleted from %1 %2 days after you upload them. Information text on the main menu page.
%1 is the ServiceTitle defined in zendto.conf, "ZendTo" by default.
%2 is the number of days before any drop-off expires.
too long OBSOLETE: This value is no longer used.
Used in the character counter underneath the "Note" field when the note is longer than the maximum length allowed, preceded by the number of characters, eg. "17 too long" means the Note is 17 characters longer than the limit.
Click to Add Files or Drag Them Here Button text used on new-dropoff form when the browser supports drag-and-drop.
If you leave this page, you will abandon this drop-off. Warning shown when user tries to navigate away from the new drop-off form while an upload is in progress.
MB Used on the new-dropoff form, follows the file's size in megabytes (1024 bytes = 1KB, 1024 KB = 1 MB).
KB Used on the new-dropoff form, follows the file's size in kilobytes (1024 bytes = 1KB).
Remove file The tool-tip displayed when the user hovers over the "remove this file from my new drop-off" button at the right end of each file in the new-dropoff form.
Remove selected recipient The tool-tip displayed when the user hovers over the "delete this recipient" button at the right of each recipient in the new-dropoff form.
Please add at least one file first! Displayed in an alert box if the user tries to submit the new-dropoff form without having added any files.
Please add at least one recipient first! Displayed in an alert box if the user tries to submit the new-dropoff form without having added any recipients.
Your files are larger than the maximum total size you can send in one drop-off (__MAXTOTALSIZE__). Displayed in an alert box if the user tries to submit a new drop-off that is too big.
__MAXTOTALSIZE__ is the max size of a drop-off, formatted like "50 GB".
File __NUMBER__ is larger than the maximum file size you can send in a drop-off (__MAXFILESIZE__). Displayed in an alert box if the user tries to submit a new drop-off containing a file that is too big.
__NUMBER__ is the number of the file shown in the list of files on the form.
__MAXFILESIZE__ is the max size of any file in a drop-off, formatted like "500 MB".
PLEASE NOTE Text displayed at top of red box at top of new-dropoff form, immediately above the warning about scanning for viruses and so on.
Files uploaded to %1 are scanned for viruses. But still exercise the same degree of caution as you would with any other file you download. Users are also strongly encouraged to encrypt any files containing sensitive information (e.g. personal private information) using a tool such as \"7-Zip\", before sending them via %1! Text displayed in the red box at top of new-dropoff form.
%1 is the ServiceTitle defined in zendto.conf, "ZendTo" by default.
This web page will allow you to drop-off (upload) one or more files for anyone (either a %1 user or others). The recipient will receive an automated email containing the information you enter below and instructions for downloading the file. Your IP address will also be logged and sent to the recipient for identity confirmation purposes. Explanatory text in the new-dropoff form, shown to users who have logged in.
%1 is the OrganizationShortName defined in zendto.conf, "Southampton" by default.
This web page will allow you to drop-off (upload) one or more files for a %1 user. The recipient will receive an automated email containing the information you enter below and instructions for downloading the file. Your IP address will also be logged and sent to the recipient for identity confirmation purposes. Explanatory text in the new-dropoff form, shown to users who have not logged in.
%1 is the OrganizationShortName defined in zendto.conf, "Southampton" by default.
From Label for boxes showing or asking for the details of the sender.
Send e-mail message to recipients Used on new-dropoff form. Text next to 1st of the 3 checkboxes. Reading it flows naturally into the text of the 2nd one "which includes Passcode as well as Claim ID".
which includes Passcode as well as Claim ID Used on new-dropoff form. Text next to 2nd of the 3 checkboxes. Reading it flows naturally from the text of the 1st one "Send e-mail message to recipients". Note it is not the start of a sentence and so does not start with a capital letter.
Add One Text used in the "Add Recipient" pop-up on the new-dropoff form. Selectable between this and "Add Many".
Add Many Text used in the "Add Recipient" pop-up on the new-dropoff form. Selectable between this and "Add One".
Email Label for boxes showing or asking for an email address.
Add Recipient Button text used in the "Add One" version of the "Add Recipient" pop-up on the new-dropoff form.
One recipient per line, for example: Explanatory text used in the "Add Many" version of the "Add Recipient" pop-up on the new-dropoff form.
Test User test@domain.com Sample line given in explanatory text in the "Add Many" version of the "Add Recipient" pop-up on the new-dropoff form.
Verify Button text used in the "Add Many" version of the "Add Recipient" pop-up on the new-dropoff form.
Short note to the Recipients Label text used just above the "Note" box in the new-dropoff form.
Add Files Button text shown in new-dropoff form when browser does not support drag-and-drop.
and/or select a file... Used in the new-dropoff form. If the "Library of Files" feature is enabled, and the currently logged-in user has access to a library, the drop-down list of possible library files appears to the right of the "Add Files" button. This text is used as the default text in the drop-down, encouraging the user to choose a file listed in the drop-down menu.
Filename Label for column headings where the name of a file in a drop-off is shown.
Scanning for viruses... "Please wait" text shown at end of upload, while ZendTo server is processing the new drop-off.
Uploaded: __PERCENT__% Text shown in pop-up box during upload process of a new drop-off.
__PERCENT__ is the number of percent through the upload at the moment.
Sorry, I failed to drop-off your files! Line 1 of text shown in alert box when the upload of a new drop-off has failed. See "Note that you cannot drop-off directories, only files." for line 2.
Note that you cannot drop-off directories, only files. Line 2 of text shown in alert box when the upload of a new drop-off has failed. See "Sorry, I failed to drop-off your files!" for line 1. This is the most common cause, as some browsers provide no way to stop a user dragging directories into the new drop-off, nor detecting that this is what happened.
Uploading... Title of the pop-up box displayed while uploading of a new drop-off is in progress.
Drop-off Files Button text used in the button that starts the uploading of a new drop-off.
Drop to
Add Files
HTML displayed in the middle of the window when a user is dragging files into the a new drop-off they are creating.
No file was chosen for download. Text displayed when a user has tried to download a file, but data was missing from their "GET" request so the particular file could not be identified.
The drop-off you made (claim ID: %1) has been picked-up. Used in email notifying senders that someone has picked up their drop-off.
%1 is the drop-off's claim ID.
The file \"%1\" was picked up. Used in email notifying senders that someone has picked up their drop-off, this is the name of the 1st file that was downloaded by the recipient.
%1 is the filename that was picked up.
%1 made the pick-up from %2. Used in email notifying senders that someone has picked up their drop-off, this says what IP address the pick-up was made from.
%1 is the email address of the recipient who picked it up.
%2 is either the IP address, or else the hostname (if known) followed by the IP address.
The file %1 was picked up. Used in text-only email notifying senders that someone has picked up their drop-off, it tells the sender the name of the 1st file that was picked up.
%1 is the filename that was picked up.
Global Drop-off List Heading of the page listing all drop-offs on the server (accessible to admins only).
There are no drop-offs available at this time. Informaton text shown on "Global Drop-off List" page when there are no drop-offs are on the server at all.
There are no drop-offs available for you at this time. Information text used in the user's Inbox list when it's empty.
This is a request from %1. This is text used in the email sent when a logged-in user has sent a Request for a Drop-off. It is used when the user's "Organization" is blank.
%1 is the name of the user who sent the request.
This is a request from %1 of %2. This is text used in the email sent when a logged-in user has sent a Request for a Drop-off.
%1 is the name of the user who sent the request.
%2 is the name of the sender's organization.
Please click on the link below and drop off the file or files I have requested. This is text used in the email sent when a logged-in user has sent a Request for a Drop-off.
More information is in the note below. This is text used in the email sent when a logged-in user has sent a Request for a Drop-off. It is text placed before the "Note" field sent in the request.
If you wish to contact %1, just reply to this email. This is text used in the email sent when a logged-in user has sent a Request for a Drop-off.
%1 is the full name of the person who sent the request.
Note The label placed immediately above the contents of the "Note" field in a Request for a Drop-off, both on the Request form and in the emails sent as a result.
The request for a Drop-off has been sent to %1 at %2. Information text shown when a Request for a Drop-off has been sent.
%1 is the full name of the person receiving the request.
%2 is the email address of the person receiving the request.
If the recipient wants to send files to you before their request arrives, they should Shown when a Request for a Drop-off has been sent. It is the text immediately above the bullet list of instructions explaining how the recipient can send files before the Request email reaches them.
Go to %1 Shown when a Request for a Drop-off has been sent. Item 1 in the bullet list of instructions that start with "If the recipient wants to send files to you before their request arrives, they should".
%1 is the URL of the ZendTo server.
Select \"Drop-off Files\" Shown when a Request for a Drop-off has been sent. Item 2 in the bullet list of instructions that start with "If the recipient wants to send files to you before their request arrives, they should".
Enter the request code \"%1\" Shown when a Request for a Drop-off has been sent. Item 3 in the bullet list of instructions that start with "If the recipient wants to send files to you before their request arrives, they should".
%1 is the Request Code string the user will need to enter when they create the drop-off.
Click on the \"Next\" button Shown when a Request for a Drop-off has been sent. Item 4 in the bullet list of instructions that start with "If the recipient wants to send files to you before their request arrives, they should".
You may close this window. Information text shown at the end of the "Request a Drop-off" process, and when the user has just been sent an email to prove they own the email address they claim to be using. Their next step is to wait for an email to arrive, in which there is a link to click on.
Your note is too long! Used in the "Request a Drop-off" form if the user tries to submit the request but their "Note" field is too long.
To Label for the recipient's name+email, used in table column headings and in the "Request a Drop-off" form.
Email(s) Label for the recipient's email address, used in the "Request a Drop-off" form.
Subject Label for the email subject line, used in the "Request a Drop-off" form.
This will be sent to the recipient. It will also be included in the resulting drop-off sent to you. Explanatory text shown above the "Note" field in the "Request a Drop-off" form.
Send the Request Button text used to send the request for a drop-off
The drop-off was successfully re-sent to its recipients. Information text shown after a drop-off has been successfully re-sent to its recipients.
Unable to re-send the drop-off. Information text shown after a drop-off has failed to be re-sent to its recipients.
All files are transferred across the network securely encrypted Information text displayed on the Security info page.
All files uploaded and temporarily stored on %1 are held on equipment owned and operated at the %2's own Data Centre Information text displayed on the Security info page.
%1 is the ServiceTitle defined in zendto.conf, "ZendTo" by default.
%2 is the ShortOrganizationType defined in zendto.conf, "University" by default.
iAll files uploaded and temporarily stored on %1 are held on equipment owned and operated at the %2's own Data Centre Information text displayed on the Security info page.
%1 is the ServiceTitle defined in zendto.conf, "ZendTo" by default.
%2 is the ShortOrganizationType defined in zendto.conf, "University" by default.
All data is subject to the Data Protection regulations and laws of the %1 and the country Information text displayed on the Security info page.
%1 is the ShortOrganizationType defined in zendto.conf, "University" by default.
%1 is in no way a \"cloud\" service. Everything is stored (even temporarily) on equipment directly owned by the %2, and managed by its own IT staff Information text displayed on the Security info page.
%1 is the ServiceTitle defined in zendto.conf, "ZendTo" by default.
%2 is the ShortOrganizationType defined in zendto.conf, "University" by default.
All access to data is very tightly and strictly controlled by the %2. All accesses to data on %1 are logged and can be easily checked if you are ever concerned that a 3rd party might have gained access to your data Information text displayed on the Security info page.
%1 is the ServiceTitle defined in zendto.conf, "ZendTo" by default.
%2 is the ShortOrganizationType defined in zendto.conf, "University" by default.
Furthermore, uploaded data is only held on %1 for a maximum of %2 days, after which time it is automatically deleted. There is no \"undelete\" facility available at all. No backups are taken of the uploaded data (it's only a transitory stopping point), so no uploaded data ever moves off %1 itself onto other equipment or media such as backup tapes. After an uploaded file has been deleted, there is no way of recovering the file Information text displayed on the Security info page.
%1 is the ServiceTitle defined in zendto.conf, "ZendTo" by default.
%2 is the number of days a drop-off will exist for before it expires and is auto-deleted.
Do you really want to delete this dropoff? Text of alert box shown when a user tries to delete a drop-off.
Yes Button label used where there is a Yes/No option.
No Button label used where there is a Yes/No option.
Include Passcode? Dialog box title used when user has clicked the "Resend Drop-off" button, and they are allowed to include the passcode in the same email as the Claim ID of the drop-off.
Should the Passcode be included in the emails as well as the Claim ID? Dialog box text used when user has clicked the "Resend Drop-off" button, and they are allowed to include the passcode in the same email as the Claim ID of the drop-off.
Click '%1' if you are not sure. Dialog box text used when user has clicked the "Resend Drop-off" button, and they are allowed to include the passcode in the same email as the Claim ID of the drop-off.
%1 is either "Yes" or "No" depending on the default setting DefaultEmailPasscode in preferences.php.
Resend Dropoff Button text used when the contents of a drop-off is shown and the user is allowed to re-send it if they want to.
Delete Dropoff Button text used when the contents of a drop-off is shown and the user is allowed to delete it if they want to.
Drop-Off Summary Heading text used when the contents of a drop-off is shown.
Click on a filename to download that file. Instruction text shown just above the list of files when the contents of a drop-off is shown, and the user is allowed to download any file in the drop-off.
Type Column heading used above column containing the MIME type of files in a drop-off. Used when showing the contents of a drop-off.
No files in the dropoff... something is amiss! Error message shown when showing the contents of a drop-off that apparently has no files in it, which isn't allowed. Can be displayed as the result of uploading a new drop-off if the server ran out of disk space or some other internal error occurred.
%1 from %2 on %3 Shown as part of the details of a drop-off.
%1 is the sender's full name followed by email address followed by organization.
%2 is the IP address and/or hostname used to create the drop-off.
%3 is the date the drop-off was created.
Comments The heading used for the "Note" attached to a drop-off when showing the contents of a drop-off.
To send the file to someone else, simply send them this Claim ID and Passcode: Information text shown at the end of the page, when showing the contents of a drop-off. The Claim ID and Passcode appear in a small text box immediately below it.
Picked-up on date... Column heading above the list of pick-ups of a drop-off, for the date it was picked up.
...from remote address... Column heading above the list of pick-ups of a drop-off, for the IP address it was picked up from.
...by recipient. Column heading above the list of pick-ups of a drop-off, for the email address of the person who picked it up, if known.
%1 pickups Information text shown after the list of pick-ups of a drop-off, when there have been multiple pick-ups. See "1 pickup" for the singular version.
1 pickup Information text shown after the list of pick-ups of a drop-off, when there has been exactly 1 pick-up. See "%1 pickups" for the plural version.
None of the files has been picked-up yet. Information text shown instead of the list of pick-ups of a drop-off, when it has not been picked up at all.
View stats for the Text shown on the System Statistics page (admins only), just before the drop-down list of options such as "past week", "past year".
past week Text shown on the System Statistics page (admins only), one of the options in the drop-down to choose the set of graphs to display showing activity over different time periods.
past month Text shown on the System Statistics page (admins only), one of the options in the drop-down to choose the set of graphs to display showing activity over different time periods.
past 90 days Text shown on the System Statistics page (admins only), one of the options in the drop-down to choose the set of graphs to display showing activity over different time periods.
past year Text shown on the System Statistics page (admins only), one of the options in the drop-down to choose the set of graphs to display showing activity over different time periods.
past 10 years Text shown on the System Statistics page (admins only), one of the options in the drop-down to choose the set of graphs to display showing activity over different time periods.
Number of drop-offs made (checked daily) Text shown on the System Statistics page (admins only), one of the graph titles.
Total amount of data dropped off (checked daily) Text shown on the System Statistics page (admins only), one of the graph titles.
Total files dropped off (checked daily) Text shown on the System Statistics page (admins only), one of the graph titles.
File count per drop-off (checked daily) Text shown on the System Statistics page (admins only), one of the graph titles.
Unlock Used on the Unlock Users page (admins only), column heading above the column containing the check-boxes to choose which users to unlock. They are automatically locked out for a time if they have tried to login too many times recently, and all those attempts have failed.
Select all Used on the Unlock Users page (admins only), text shown next to a check-box at the bottom of the list of locked-out users, clicking it results in all "Unlock" check-boxes being ticked.
Unlock selected users Used on the Unlock Users page (admins only), button text to trigger the unlocking of the selected locked-out users.
There are no locked users. Used on the Unlock Users page (admins only), information text shown when there are no locked-out users.
You have asked us to send you this message so that you can drop-off some files for someone. Information text used in the email sent to confirm the identity of users who want to send a drop-off but who cannot (or have not) log in.
IGNORE THIS MESSAGE IF YOU WERE NOT IMMEDIATELY EXPECTING IT! Information text used in the email sent to confirm the identity of users who want to send a drop-off but who cannot (or have not) log in.
Now wait for the email message from the %1 service to arrive and click on the link in it. Information text used in the email sent to confirm the identity of users who want to send a drop-off but who cannot (or have not) log in.
%1 is the ServiceTitle defined in zendto.conf, "ZendTo" by default.
You will be directed to the main menu in a moment. Information text shown when a "confirm your email address" email has just been sent.
%1 is the URL of the ZendTo server.
Your Request Code Label text shown when the user is expected to enter the request code string they were sent as the result of a "Request a Drop-off".
Request Code Label text shown when the user is expected to enter the request code string they were sent as the result of a "Request a Drop-off".
Information about the Sender Label text used when the user has entered their request code string and are being shown who sent the request.
Your name Label text used when prompting for the user's full name.
(required) Shown to the right of a text entry box if the field is mandatory (such as name or email address).
Your organization Label text used when prompting for the user's organization name.
Your email address Label text used when prompting for the user's email address.
I now need to send you a confirmation email. Explanatory text shown when a user has to be sent an email confirming ownership of their email address.
When you get it in a minute or two, click on the link in it. Explanatory text shown when a user has just been sent an email confirming ownership of their email address.
Send confirmation Button text used to trigger the sending of an email confirming ownership of a user's email address.
Add Recipients Title text used in the pop-up box shown when adding a recipient's name and email address (or multiples of) to a new drop-off.
Bulk add recipients Default text presented in the text box where multiple recipient email addresses can be entered at once, whn creating a new drop-off. Cleared as soon as they paste in any content.
__CHARSLEFT__ / __MAXLENGTH__ left Used in the length counters just below the "Note" boxes in the new-dropoff and send-a-request forms. It appears when there is room for more characters in the comment (ie. it is not too long).
__CHARSLEFT__ is the number of characters left before the user hits the limit.
__MAXLENGTH__ is the maximum allowed length of the Note.
__CHARS__ too long Used in the length counters just below the "Note" boxes in the new-dropoff and send-a-request forms. It appears (in red) when the Note is longer than the maximum allowed length.
__CHARS__ is the number of characters over the limit that the Note is at the moment.
Search: In any table that shows a list of drop-offs, the text immediately to the left of the Search box.
Show _MENU_ entries In any table that shows a list of drop-offs, the text around the drop-down menu where the user can show how many drop-offs to list on each page.
_MENU_ is where the drop-down menu is put.
Showing _START_ to _END_ of _TOTAL_ entries In any table that shows a list of drop-offs, the text below the table that tells the user what table entries they are looking at.
_START_ is the number of the first visible entry.
_END_ is the number of the last visible entry.
_TOTAL_ is the total number of entries that could be seen right now, including any restrictions due to the contents of the Search box.
Showing 0 to 0 of 0 entries In any table that shows a list of drop-offs, the text below the table that tells the user what table entries they are looking at, in the specific case where there are no entries to be shown. Usually as a result of entering a search string that cannot be found.
(filtered from _MAX_ total entries) In any table that shows a list of drop-offs, the text immediately to the right of the "Showing _START_ to _END_ of _TOTAL_ entries" text, when the Search box is not empty, and so the visible entries are a subset of the total entries that could be displayed if the Search box was empty.
_MAX_ is the maximum number of entries in the table, if the Search box was empty.
No matching records found In any table that shows a list of drop-offs, the text that tells the user that their entry in the Search box produced no results.
No data available in table In any table that shows a list of drop-offs, the text tells the user the table is totally empty.
You must be logged in as a %1$s user in order to drop-off a file for a non-%1$s user. Shown when an external user attempts to send a drop-off to another external user.
%1%s is the organization short name.
Not calculated Shown in place of a checksum if/when the checksum was not calculated.
SHA-256 Checksum Used as a column header when the checksum is displayed on the drop-off summary.
SHA-256 Checksum: %1 Used in text portion of email to show the value of the checksum.
%1 is the checksum string.
It will take too long to calculate the checksum of your drop-off. Line 1 of alert box shown when the user requests checksums in a drop-off that is larger than the set limit.
Only drop-offs up to a maximum of __MAXSIZE__ can be checksummed. Line 2 of alert box shown when the user requests checksums in a drop-off that is larger than the set limit.
__MAXSIZE__ is replaced with the limit, eg '200 MB'.
Calculate SHA-256 checksum of each file. Used in new drop-off form next to tickbox for user to request checksums.
Unlocked %s. Used on the Unlock Users page for administrators only. Shows the username(s) that were unlocked.
%s is replaced with a comma-separated list of usernames.
Unknown user Used on the Unlock Users page for administrators only. Shown if a locked username is no longer known to ZendTo.
The request created will be valid for %1. Used in the main menu and "Request a drop-off" pages. Shows the user the lifetime of a request code.
%1 is replaced with the code's lifetime, eg '4 days'.
The link is only valid for %1 from the time of this email. Used in the email sent as a result of a user requesting a drop-off. Informs them of the lifetime of the drop-off link in the email.
%1 is replaced with the code's lifetime, eg '4 days'.
It is valid for %1. Used in the page shown after a request for a drop-off has been sent. Reminds the user of the lifetime of the link in the email and the code shown on-screen.
%1 is replaced with the code's lifetime, eg '4 days'.
%d days Used when showing the lifetime of a request for a drop-off.
%d is replaced with the number of days (greater than 1).
%1$d days and %2$d hours Used when showing the lifetime of a request for a drop-off.
%1$d is replaced with the number of days (greater than 1).
%2$d is replaced with the number of hours (greater than 1).
%d hours Used when showing the lifetime of a request for a drop-off.
%d is replaced with the number of hours (greater than 1).
%1$d hours and %2$d minutes Used when showing the lifetime of a request for a drop-off.
%1$d is replaced with the number of hours (greater than 1).
%2$d is replaced with the number of minutes (greater than 1).
%d minutes Used when showing the lifetime of a request for a drop-off.
%d is replaced with the number of minutes (greater than 1).
%1$d minutes and %2$d seconds Used when showing the lifetime of a request for a drop-off.
%1$d is replaced with the number of minutes (greater than 1).
%2$d is replaced with the number of seconds (greater than 1).
%d second Used when showing the lifetime of a request for a drop-off.
%d is replaced with the number of seconds (equal to 1).
%d seconds Used when showing the lifetime of a request for a drop-off.
%d is replaced with the number of seconds (greater than 1).