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some more help strings

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1# This properties file is for the secondary text strings, not the main stuff
2##################
3# help page
4##################
5
6help.collection_title=Using the {0} collection
7help.collection_general=You can find your way to documents via 'browsing' or 'searching'. Browsing involves navigating through predefined categories and subcategories, or alphabetical lists. Searching will present you with a list of documents containing the specified terms in the specified text/metadata fields.
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9help.browsing_title=Help with Browsing
10help.browsing_general=Browsing is pretty straightforward. Select the appropriate tab underneath the collection header to browse by that metadata field. The browsing structures may be organised alphabetically using horizontal letter classifications, or they may be organised into categories and subcategories.
11help.browsing_bookshelf=This bookshelf icon indicates a new (sub)category of the browsing structure. Clicking on the bookshelf or the {0} icon will open up that part of the browsing structure.
12help.browsing_book=These 'book' icons indicate you have reached a document. Clicking these will take you to an HTML version of the document. Or perhaps a metadata page about the document. {0} indicates a structured document, while {1} indicates a single page document.
13help.browsing_srcicon=These 'source' icons indicate a link to the original version of the document, e.g. PDF, Word, MP3 etc.
14help.icon_bookshelf=bookshelf icon
15help.icon_book=structured document icon
16help.icon_page=single page document icon
17help.icon_plus=plus
18help.icon_pdf=PDF icon
19help.icon_word=Word icon
20help.icon_mp3=MP3 icon
21help.icon_favourites=Favourites icon
22help.icon_berry=Berry icon
23help.icon_
24help.searching_title=Help with Searching
25help.searching_quick=On every page is a quick search form. Enter your search terms, select which index you are searching (if there is a choice) and hit 'search'. Indicate phrases using double quotes around the phrase, e.g. "snail farming". All the default search settings will be used. Results are split into pages - use the next/prev arrows to navigate through the pages of search results.
26help.searching_more=If you want more control over your search settings you can use one of the alternate search forms listed underneath the quick search form.
27help.searching_text=The text search form gives you the same single field search as the quick search form, however you can control more search parameters. These depend on the indexing tool that the collection has been built with, but may include whether you are searching for some or all of the search terms; searching at document or chapter level; casefolding and stemming; which order to sort search results; how many hits per page of search results etc.
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29help.searching_form=The form search gives you the ability to search for words in different fields. For example, 'McGowan' in Authors, and 'awesome cats' in Titles. Other search parameters are set across all the search items.
30help.searching_adv=The advanced form search gives you even more precision, allowing boolean combination between terms in different fields. For example, 'McGowan' in Authors AND 'awesome cats' in Titles but NOT "veterinarian" in Fulltext. For collections that allow casefolding and stemming, these options can be set differently for each field of search.
31help.searchparams_title=Search Parameters
32help.searchparams_general=There are lots of search params which you can set on the alternate search forms. (The quick search will use all the default values for these params.) This collection supports the following:
33help.sp_level=Granularity of search, for example looking for the search terms across the entire document or within a section.
34help.sp_matchMode=A 'some' search will return documents that contain one or more of the search terms, while an 'all' search will only return documents that contain all of the search terms.
35help.sp_case=If casefolding is 'on', then ignore case (upper vs lower) distinctions when searching. For example, SNAIL would match snail and Snail. Otherwise, case must match.
36help.sp_stem=If stemming is 'on', then ignore word endings and match words that have the same root, for example computer would match computing. Otherwise, the entire word must match.
37help.sp_accent=If accentfolding is 'on', then ignore accents when searching. For example, e would match Ú é etc. Otherwise, each accented form will not match the others.
38help.sp_sortBy=The ordering of search results. By rank, build order or predefined metadata field.
39help.sp_index=This determines the scope of the search - the search might be over the full text, or restricted to metadata elements.
40help.sp_sortOrder=Ascending or descending order based on what is being sorted by. Ascending would be A - Z, 1 - 99, while descending would be Z - A, or 99 - 1.
41help.sp_query=The words or phrase to search for.
42help.sp_maxDocs=How many document results to return.
43help.sp_hitsPerPage=How many hits per page of search results to show.
44help.sp_reverseSort=Return the search results in reverse order.
45help.searchresults_title=Understanding your Search Results
46help.searchresults_general=By default, your search results are presented in order of relevance: those documents more closely matching the search terms are presented first. This can be changed using the search options on the alternate search pages.
47help.searchresults_facet_title=Faceted Search
48help.searchresults_facets=This collection supports faceted searching. This means that you can filter your search results by predefined facets.
49help.document_title=Help with Documents
50help.document_general=TODO: general document help
51help.document_toc_title=Table of Contents
52help.document_toc=Structured documents may be displayed with a table of contents. TODO Expand/contract document. paged viewer. filter pages
53help.document_icons=There are a few different icon buttons that you may find on the document page:
54help.document_highlight=Search term highlighting: if this is selected, then Greenstone will highlight the search terms that occur in the document.
55help.document_zoomer=Image Zoomer: if this is selected then moving the cursor over an image will show an enlarged version of the image.
56help.document_floattoc=Float the Table of Contents - Locks the contents to the side of the screen so that it won't move when scrolling.
57help.favourites_title=Favourites
58help.favourites=A favourites option is available - this can be switched on in the preferences page if not already on by default. In search results or browsing lists, you can click on the {0} icon by each document to add it to your favourites. The icon will highlight ({1}) to show that the document is in the list. Clicking again will remove it. A small box on the right hand side of the page will give you a link to view your favourites. From there you can delete favourites, view in different formats, and email the list to someone.
59help.berrybasket_title=Berry Baskets
60help.berrybasket=A berry basket (favourites) option is available - this can be switched on in the preferences page if not already on by default. In search results or browsing lists, drag the berries ({0}) of documents you want to save onto the berry basket. From the basket, you can view the list of saved documents, delete them, or email the list to yourself.
61help.rss_title=RSS Feeds
62help.rss=This collection provides an RSS feed. View the RSS page by clicking the {0} button. From here you can subscribe to the feed: then you will be notified if new documents get added to the collection.
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64#############################
65# Document structure editor #
66#############################
67dse.edit_structure=Edit structure
68dse.no_docs=No documents in the Document Basket
69dse.untitled=UNTITLED DOCUMENT
70dse.delete_section=delete section
71dse.edit=edit
72dse.hide=hide
73dse.undo=Undo
74dse.add_sub_section=add sub-section
75dse.duplicate=duplicate
76dse.error_saving=There was an error saving, aborting
77dse.modifying_archives=Modifying archive files
78dse.empty_collection_list=List of collections to build is empty
79dse.could_not_build_p1=Could not build collection
80dse.could_not_build_p2=, aborting the building operation
81dse.could_not_activate_p1=Could not activate collection
82dse.could_not_activate_p2=, aborting the activation operation
83dse.activating=Activating collection
84dse.building=Building collection
85dse.could_not_check_status_p1=Could not check status of
86dse.could_not_check_status_p2a=, there was an error in the XML, aborting the operation
87dse.could_not_check_status_p2b=, there was an error on the server, aborting the operation
88dse.error_saving_changes=There was an error saving your changes
89dse.error_code=Error Code
90dse.error_reason=Error Reason
91dse.error_line=Error Line
92dse.xml_error=There was an error parsing the XML
93dse.browse_cannot_validate_xml=Your browser cannot handle XML validation
94dse.create_new_document=Create new document
95dse.setarchives_error=An error occurred during setArchivesMetadata. Not proceeding further with saving and rebuilding. See browser's console log for details.
96dse.setarchives_server_error=A server side error occurred during setArchivesMetadata. (Is the server running?) Not proceeding further with saving and rebuilding.
97dse.untitled_section=UNTITLED SECTION
98dse.insert_new_section=Insert new section
99
100###################
101# DebugInfo  #
102###################
103debuginfo.usage=When debugging the XSLT, you can append any of the following to the URL (prefixed with a & or ? as appropriate) to see the intermediate XML that's produced.
104debuginfo.xml=Displays the raw information coming from the Message Router.
105debuginfo.xmlfinal=Displays the information coming from the Message Router after the second config_format pass.
106debuginfo.skindoc=Simplified Skin XSL with Expanded GSF statements appended.
107debuginfo.skinandlib=An XML document with a root element called skinAndLibraryXsl and the two children skinXsl and libraryXsl. The libraryXsl, which already includes util.xsl, is merely appended.
108debuginfo.skinandlibdoc=The result of applying preprocess.xsl to skinandlib produces this stylesheet.
109debuginfo.skinandlibdocfinal=This one actually is the final XSLT document. The result of applying config_format.xsl and text_fragment_format.xsl to skinandlibdoc. This is the XSLT document that will be applied to the XML data returned from the message router.
110debuginfo.formatedit=Web interface editor for editing Greenstone3 format statements.
111debuginfo.refreshconfig=Refresh all the collection configuration files:
112debuginfo.reconfigsite=Reconfigures the whole site. Reads in siteConfig.xml, reloads all the collections.
113debuginfo.depositor=Greenstone 3 Depositor: online tools that allows adding, or depositing, new files along with their metadata into an existing collection. The collection can then be rebuilt online.
114debuginfo.inlinetemplate=Inline Template. Type or paste your XSLT here.
115debuginfo.displaymetadata=Display metadata.
116debuginfo.oaiserver_reset=Send a system request to the OAIMessageRouter to reconfigure.
117debuginfo.oaiserver_activate_col=Tell the oaiserver servlet to deactivate the specified collection. If rebuilding a collection against a running server, need to call this after moving building folder to index.
118debuginfo.oaiserver_deactivate_col=Tell the oaiserver servlet to deactivate the specified collection. If rebuilding a collection against a running server, need to call this before moving building folder to index.
Note: See TracBrowser for help on using the browser.