source: trunk/plugins/TakeATour/language/en_UK/plugin.lang.php @ 29433

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Take a Tour: rephrase a few steps in tour "first contact"

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1<?php
2$lang['Start the Tour'] = 'Start the Tour';
3$lang['Visit your Piwigo!'] = 'Visit your Piwigo!';
4$lang['Take a tour and discover the features of your Piwigo gallery » Go to the available tours'] = 'Take a tour and discover the features of your Piwigo gallery » Go to the available tours';
5$lang['TAT_descrp'] = 'Welcome! Here are listed all the available tours to discover the features of your Piwigo gallery.<br><br>Launch a tour below, then follow the instructions. Click Next/Prev (or use the arrows of your keyboard) to navigate during a tour. During a tour, if you go to an other page of the administration, you will be redirected to the current page of the Tour. If you are stuck and can\'t end the tour, going to <em>Plugins » Take A Tour</em> will end the tour.';
6$lang['takeatour_configpage'] = 'Take A Tour » List of Tours';
7$lang['Prev'] = 'Prev';
8$lang['Next '] = 'Next';
9$lang['End tour'] = 'End tour';
10$lang['First Contact'] = 'First Contact';
11$lang['first_contact_descrp'] = 'Recommended for beginners, this tour introduce you Piwigo, its basic features. It will start by adding photos, then manage them. The tour continues with album management and permissions, and ends on the customization using the configuration, the themes and the plugins.';
12$lang['first_contact_title1'] = 'Welcome in your Piwigo gallery';
13$lang['first_contact_stp1'] = 'Hello! I will be your guide to discover Piwigo. Please follow my instructions, and click Next (or use the arrows of your keyboard) to navigate. If you go to an other page of the administration, you will be redirected to the current page of the Tour. If you are stuck and can\'t end the tour, going to <em>Plugins » Take A Tour</em> will end the tour.<br>Let\'s start by adding photos!';
14$lang['first_contact_title2'] = '';
15$lang['first_contact_stp2'] = 'The link is here. Click on it or click Next to continue';
16$lang['first_contact_title3'] = 'Add Photo Page';
17$lang['first_contact_stp3'] = 'This first tab is where you add photos directly from your browser. The other tabs are about the other ways to upload photos';
18$lang['first_contact_title4'] = 'Lets add photo!';
19$lang['first_contact_stp4'] = 'First choose an album; create one if there is no album yet.';
20$lang['first_contact_title5'] = '';
21$lang['first_contact_stp5'] = 'Then click the button to select photos to send, or just drag and drop your files.';
22$lang['first_contact_title6'] = '';
23$lang['first_contact_stp6'] = 'You see that photos are being listed. When you\'re ready click the button Start Upload';
24$lang['first_contact_title7'] = '';
25$lang['first_contact_stp7'] = 'Here a summary of your uploaded photos. See that Piwigo has generated itself the thumbnails. You can:<ul><li>manage all the uploaded photos in the Batch Manager</li><li>edit the properties of a photo by clicking on it</li><li>add more photos</li></ul>';
26$lang['first_contact_title8'] = '';
27$lang['first_contact_stp8'] = 'Let\'s edit them! Click on the link.';
28$lang['first_contact_title9'] = 'The Batch Manager';
29$lang['first_contact_stp9'] = 'You are now in the Batch Manager, where you can batch edit multiple photos.<br><br>Here the prefilter is already set on "Caddie" because we come from the upload page.';
30$lang['first_contact_title10'] = '';
31$lang['first_contact_stp10'] = 'Here is the link to directly access to your caddie: that\'s a tool for administrators to easily pick photos when browsing the public part in order to edit them in the Batch Manager.<br><br>You can add photos to the caddie from the public photo page when logged as an admin, or using the action "Add to caddie" on the Batch Manager.';
32$lang['first_contact_title11'] = 'How to edit a photos';
33$lang['first_contact_stp11'] = 'So you can select from here one or more photos';
34$lang['first_contact_title12'] = '';
35$lang['first_contact_stp12'] = 'then edit them using an action';
36$lang['first_contact_title13'] = '';
37$lang['first_contact_stp13'] = 'You can edit descriptions and more from the batch manager in unit mode. But for now, let\'s stay in the global mode';
38$lang['first_contact_title14'] = '';
39$lang['first_contact_stp14'] = 'We will see now the <b>edition page</b> of one photo. That page is reachable from here but also from the public photo page when logged as an administrator.<br><br>Hover the thumbnail then click on Edit.';
40$lang['first_contact_title15'] = 'The edition page of a photo';
41$lang['first_contact_stp15'] = 'On that page you can edit all the properties of a photo, for instance...';
42$lang['first_contact_title16'] = '';
43$lang['first_contact_stp16'] = '...in which album(s) is the photo.<br><br>So here you can add or remove the photo from albums. The link is virtual, no photos will be physically moved ever.';
44$lang['first_contact_title17'] = '';
45$lang['first_contact_stp17'] = 'Here you can set the photo as thumbnail of one or several albums. The photo doesn\'t have to be associated with the album to be its thumbnail. If the photo is associated to the album, it\'s even simpler to set it as album thumbnail from the public page of the photo (tip: use plugin Admin Tools for even more simplicity).';
46$lang['first_contact_title18'] = 'Manage albums';
47$lang['first_contact_stp18'] = 'Let\'s see how to manage albums now. Click <em>On album » Manage</em> or hit Next';
48$lang['first_contact_title19'] = 'Manage Albums';
49$lang['first_contact_stp19'] = 'Here are listed \'root\' albums. If you see an album with a dashed background, it means a physical album from an FTP synchronisation. Physical albums can\'t be moved or deleted from here. The others albums are called virtual albums.';
50$lang['first_contact_stp19_b'] = 'Here are listed \'root\' albums.';
51$lang['first_contact_title20'] = 'Manage Albums';
52$lang['first_contact_stp20'] = 'When your mouse is hover a album, links and information appear. When you drag and drop an album -a rounded block-, you will change its position and then you can save or cancel your manual order.';
53$lang['first_contact_title21'] = 'Other Tabs';
54$lang['first_contact_stp21'] = 'The next tab is a page where you can move any virtual album.<br>The permalink tab is to set a particular url for an album.<br>But let\'s edit an album: click on Edit of a album';
55$lang['first_contact_title22'] = 'Album Edition Page';
56$lang['first_contact_stp22'] = 'Like for a photo, here you can edit the properties of an album';
57$lang['first_contact_title23'] = '';
58$lang['first_contact_stp23'] = 'Locking an album means only administrators will be able to see that album: very useful when preparing the album before publishing';
59$lang['first_contact_title24'] = '';
60$lang['first_contact_stp24'] = 'Certainly, one of the most important page is the permission page of a private album. Click on the permission tab or click next';
61$lang['first_contact_title25'] = 'Album Permission';
62$lang['first_contact_stp25'] = 'As you can read in the Help of your Piwigo -link at the top right-, album permissions are set by groups and users.';
63$lang['first_contact_title26'] = '';
64$lang['first_contact_stp26'] = 'Here you can set the current album as private, then grant access to users and groups. By default, permissions automatically apply to parent albums but not to sub albums.';
65$lang['first_contact_title27'] = '';
66$lang['first_contact_stp27'] = 'Important fact: on public side, permissions apply to webmasters and administrators as to any other user. In the administration, they can access any album or photo.<br><br>More details in the Privacy Tour.';
67$lang['first_contact_title28'] = 'Configuration';
68$lang['first_contact_stp28'] = 'Now we will look at the options available to set Piwigo working your way. Click on Configuration->Options or just hit Next.';
69$lang['first_contact_title29'] = '<em>Configuration » Options » General</em>';
70$lang['first_contact_stp29'] = 'Here, on that first page, you will set the essential and basic configuration of your gallery.';
71$lang['first_contact_title30'] = '';
72$lang['first_contact_stp30'] = 'Let\'s start by changing the title';
73$lang['first_contact_title31'] = '';
74$lang['first_contact_stp31'] = 'Then the banner, which will be displayed on top of every pages. As you can see, HTML tags are allowed here. You can also use the %gallery_title% tag to display the title you just typed above.';
75$lang['first_contact_title32'] = '';
76$lang['first_contact_stp32'] = 'Now save you changes';
77$lang['first_contact_title33'] = 'Guest settings';
78$lang['first_contact_stp33'] = 'Just a final word about the options, the \'Guest settings\' page is to set the preferences of unregistered visitors. Each time Piwigo refers to \'guest\' that means unregistered visitors.<br>Let\'s continue about Configuration: click on <em>Configuration » Themes</em> or just hit Next.';
79$lang['first_contact_title34'] = 'Themes';
80$lang['first_contact_stp34'] = 'Choosing a theme is the first step to customize your Piwigo. Themes installed are listed here.<br>More than one theme can be enabled: users can change their theme by choosing one among the one enabled here, if the option \'Allow user customization\' is checked on the Option page.';
81$lang['first_contact_title35'] = 'Themes';
82$lang['first_contact_stp35'] = 'Set your favorite theme as the default theme.';
83$lang['first_contact_title37'] = 'Themes';
84$lang['first_contact_stp37'] = 'To install new themes, you can directly download them from the tab \'Add a theme\'. Only the themes marked as compatible with your version of Piwigo are showed.<br><br>Let\'s discover the plugins now! Click on <em>Plugin » Manage</em>';
85$lang['first_contact_title38'] = 'Plugins';
86$lang['first_contact_stp38'] = 'Plugins are very easy ways to customize your Piwigo. They can do almost anything you can imagine from small text addition to complete features, like the Community plugin which allows non administrators users to upload without entering to the administration part.';
87$lang['first_contact_title39'] = 'Plugins';
88$lang['first_contact_stp39'] = 'On that first page, are listed the installed plugins.<br><br>At the top, are listed the plugins activated, which are currently running.<br><br>At the bottom, the plugins which are installed in the /plugins folder, but disabled.<br><br>Deleting a plugin means that any trace of the plugin will be removed (files, options etc). For most of the plugins, a deactivation will keep the data registered by the plugin.';
89$lang['first_contact_title40'] = '';
90$lang['first_contact_stp40'] = 'Here it\'s me! Don\'t disable me now, but you can see you can Disable or Restore an activated plugin.';
91$lang['first_contact_title41'] = '';
92$lang['first_contact_stp41'] = 'You can see on the last tab all the plugins available for your version of Piwigo. Hundred of plugins are there!';
93$lang['first_contact_title43'] = 'It\'s been a great time';
94$lang['first_contact_stp43'] = 'This tour was quite long, but we only have seen a small part of how powerful Piwigo is. Everything has a end, this overview is finished.<br><br>You can discover much deeper the features of Piwigo by taking an other tour or reading our documentation, on the piwigo.org website.<br><br>Don\'t forget also the Help link at the upper right corner of any administration page.<p style="text-align:center">Enjoy your Piwigo!</p>';
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97$lang['2.7 Tour'] = '2.7 Tour';
98$lang['2_7_0_descrp'] = 'Discover What\'s New in Piwigo 2.7';
99$lang['2_7_0_title1'] = 'Welcome in Piwigo 2.7';
100$lang['2_7_0_stp1'] = 'Hello! I will be your guide to discover Piwigo. Please follow my instructions, and click Next (or use the arrows of your keyboard) to navigate. If you go to an other page, you will be redirected to the current page of the Tour.';
101$lang['2_7_0_title2'] = 'First new feature';
102$lang['2_7_0_stp2'] = 'As you can see, a new default plugin has been added: Take A Tour. This plugin helps you to discover your Piwigo. Here is where are listed all the available tours.<br>This page is available in <em>Plugins » Take A Tour</em>';
103$lang['2_7_0_title3'] = 'Quick Search';
104$lang['2_7_0_stp3'] = 'The quick search has been reworked:<br>
105- add OR operator<br>
106- allow grouping using brackets ()<br>
107- add namespace search like:<br>
108 * #snow - searches only tag names for snow<br>
109 * ratio:0.9..1.1 - searches photos with width/height ratio between 0.9 and 1.1 (almost squares)<br>
110 * hits:>10 - searches photos with number of visits >10<br>
111 * size:>10mp - searches photos where width*height > 10 mega pixels<br>
112 * file:.jpg - only jpg images<br>
113- use singular/plural inflections (English/french only for now)<br>';
114$lang['2_7_0_title4'] = 'Search Page';
115$lang['2_7_0_stp4'] = 'The Search page has been reworked: ability to select properties on which the word search applies, list of authors found in database, auto-complete list of tags, auto-complete list of albums...';
116$lang['2_7_0_title5'] = 'Time';
117$lang['2_7_0_stp5'] = 'You can set the time in addition to the date, using Hour and Minute sliders';
118$lang['2_7_0_title6'] = 'Select script';
119$lang['2_7_0_stp6'] = 'The selection script for picking albums, tags etc has changed to a new one more user-friendly. Test it below';
120$lang['2_7_0_title7'] = '';
121$lang['2_7_0_stp7'] = '';
122$lang['2_7_0_title8'] = '';
123$lang['2_7_0_stp8'] = '';
124$lang['2_7_0_title9'] = '';
125$lang['2_7_0_stp9'] = '';
126$lang['2_7_0_title10'] = '';
127$lang['2_7_0_stp10'] = '';
128$lang['2_7_0_title11'] = 'See you soon!';
129$lang['2_7_0_stp11'] = 'This tour is over.<p style="text-align:center">Enjoy your Piwigo 2.7!</p>If you like Piwigo and want to support us, you can contribute by helping for translations, donating, etc. <a href="http://piwigo.org/basics/contribute" target="_blank">Click here to support us</a> Thanks!';
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135$lang['privacy_descrp'] = 'This tour presents all the ways to protect your photo from public access with the permission systems per album and per photo, and from copying using image protections.';
136$lang['privacy_title1'] = 'Welcome in the Privacy Tour';
137$lang['privacy_stp1'] = 'Hello! I will be your guide to discover how to protect your photos in Piwigo. Please follow my instructions, and click Next (or use the arrows of your keyboard) to navigate. If you go to an other page of the administration, you will be redirected to the current page of the Tour. If you are stuck and can\'t end the tour, going to <em>Plugins » Take A Tour</em> will end the tour.<br>Let\'s start!';
138$lang['privacy_title2'] = 'Help inside your Piwigo';
139$lang['privacy_stp2'] = 'Here you can access the integrated Help. Click Next to continue directly to the Help page about managing permissions';
140$lang['privacy_title3'] = 'Permissions';
141$lang['privacy_stp3'] = 'Take a moment to read the information below.';
142$lang['privacy_title4'] = 'Permissions';
143$lang['privacy_stp4'] = 'So we have two systems for managing acccess permissions to the photos. They are independent, so you can create a group called Family, but that group has nothing to do with the privacy level Family. <br><br>The levels of privacy are applied per photo, and the group/user permissions are applied per album. You can use both or only one system, that\'s flexible.<br><br>The next Tab is about group managment.';
144$lang['privacy_title5'] = 'Permissions > Groups';
145$lang['privacy_stp5'] = 'Below is explained how you can manage the Groups.<br>Those permissions are only for the access of the photos and the albums, when browsing on the public part or for the external applications. We will see later other protections, but let\'s now practice!';
146$lang['privacy_title6'] = 'Privacy Level';
147$lang['privacy_stp6'] = 'When you upload the photos, you can change the Privacy Level of the uploaded photos right there...';
148$lang['privacy_title7'] = 'Privacy Level';
149$lang['privacy_stp7'] = '... or you can do that later one, here in the Batch Manager in Global Mode.<br><br>This is the page <em>Photos » Recent photos</em>, so the filter "Last Import" is set.';
150$lang['privacy_title8'] = 'Privacy Level';
151$lang['privacy_stp8'] = 'Select one or more photos...';
152$lang['privacy_title9'] = 'Privacy Level';
153$lang['privacy_stp9'] = '... and select the action "Who can see the photos?". Now you can change the privacy level of the selected photos.<br><br>But you can also do that for a specific photo, on its edit page. You can access to it from the public part, or from here.<br><br>Now, I will show you the other system of permission per album based on the groups and users.';
154$lang['privacy_title10'] = 'Album permissions';
155$lang['privacy_stp10'] = 'We are in the Album list management available from the menu using <em>Albums » Manage</em><br><br>Edit on album by hovering it and then click on Edit.';
156$lang['privacy_title11'] = 'Album permissions';
157$lang['privacy_stp11'] = 'Now click on the Permissions tab';
158$lang['privacy_title12'] = 'Album permissions';
159$lang['privacy_stp12'] = 'On that page, you can choose if the album will be available for anyone or will be restricted to some users';
160$lang['privacy_title13'] = '';
161$lang['privacy_stp13'] = 'Now click on private.';
162$lang['privacy_title14'] = '';
163$lang['privacy_stp14'] = 'Then users and groups of users can be granted to access to the album.';
164$lang['privacy_title15'] = 'Tip';
165$lang['privacy_stp15'] = 'Just before explaining the groups, a pro tip: here is the link to a page to set as private/public several albums at once. Click on it';
166$lang['privacy_title16'] = '';
167$lang['privacy_stp16'] = 'Like on your computer, you can select several albums using the keys Shift and Control, then click on the arrow to switch them.<br><br>Now, let me introduce the groups.';
168$lang['privacy_title17'] = 'Groups';
169$lang['privacy_stp17'] = 'A group in Piwigo is just a set of users: so groups makes it easier to manage album permissions, and to manage users\' properties. Here is the page where you can manage groups, i.e. rename, merge, duplicate, delete them. You also can set one or more groups as "default group" which means that newly registered users will be affected by those groups set as default.';
170$lang['privacy_title18'] = 'Groups';
171$lang['privacy_stp18'] = 'To add or remove users to groups, go to the <em>Users » Manage</em> page';
172$lang['privacy_title19'] = 'Users';
173$lang['privacy_stp19'] = 'Here you can quickly edit a single user by hovering over it and then click on the Edit link.<br><br>You can select multiple users and edit them at once by then choosing an Action to apply.';
174$lang['privacy_title20'] = 'Public photos';
175$lang['privacy_stp20'] = 'Now you know how to keep your photos private, but you may wonder about how to protect your public photos. You might first think about blocking the visitor to download the photo: you can\'t, because the web has been created that way (the browser of the visitor download all the resources displayed and more). The right-click can be disabled, a blank layer can be put on top of the photo etc but it will not disable the download. Full webpages can be saved by any web browser.';
176$lang['privacy_title21'] = 'Public photos';
177$lang['privacy_stp21'] = 'Solutions are:<ul><li>put a watermark, at least on medium and high def photos.</li><li>and disable XL and XXL sizes.</li><li>and disable the High Definition (download and display of the original photo) for the concerned users.';
178$lang['privacy_title22'] = 'Local Config: Original protection';
179$lang['privacy_stp22'] = '<em>For Advanced Users</em><br><br>In Piwigo, you can protect the original photos using your local configuration. Use the variable $conf[\'original_url_protection\']: by default empty, you set the value to "images" to protect only the photos or "all" to protect also all type of media, which can be ressource consumming or might simply don\'t work on your server.<br><br>This option works for public and private content. This option currently requires you to deny the acces to the folders /upload and /galleries, by using an .htaccess file (usually a text file with "Deny from all" for content) or the server configurations.<br><br>Please note that filenames of photos uploaded using other method than FTP are <b>randomized</b>, so they are impossible to guess: that filename and so the path to the original photo can be known only if the visitor has access to a resized version of that photo, like the thumbnail. $conf[\'original_url_protection\'] and denying access to the folders /upload and /galleries are meant to avoid that case.';
180$lang['privacy_title23'] = 'Local Config: Privacy Level';
181$lang['privacy_stp23'] = '<em>For Advanced Users</em><br><br>Curently Privacy Levels are hard coded in the local configuration variable $conf[\'available_permission_levels\']. You can add a new level, by adding an intermediate number, but removing a level is highly inadvisable. You may want to translate your new level: use $lang[\'Level X\'] where X is your new number.';
182$lang['privacy_title24'] = 'It\'s been a great time';
183$lang['privacy_stp24'] = 'This tour is over.<p style="text-align:center">Enjoy your Piwigo!</p>If you like Piwigo and want to support us, you can contribute by helping for translations, donating, etc. <a href="http://piwigo.org/basics/contribute" target="_blank">Click here to support us</a>. Thanks!';
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