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Revision 19966, 26.7 KB checked in by richard, 4 years ago (diff)

join/unjoin fixes, plus better amf_controller error handling for deleted items

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1# Messages for English (English)
2# Exported from translatewiki.net
3# Export driver: syck
4en:
5  a_poi: $1 a POI
6  a_way: $1 a way
7  action_addpoint: adding a node to the end of a way
8  action_cancelchanges: cancelling changes to
9  action_changeway: changes to a way
10  action_createparallel: creating parallel ways
11  action_createpoi: creating a POI
12  action_deletepoint: deleting a point
13  action_insertnode: adding a node into a way
14  action_mergeways: merging two ways
15  action_movepoi: moving a POI
16  action_movepoint: moving a point
17  action_moveway: moving a way
18  action_pointtags: setting tags on a point
19  action_poitags: setting tags on a POI
20  action_reverseway: reversing a way
21  action_revertway: reverting a way
22  action_splitway: splitting a way
23  action_waytags: setting tags on a way
24  advanced: Advanced
25  advanced_close: Close changeset
26  advanced_history: Way history
27  advanced_inspector: Inspector
28  advanced_maximise: Maximise window
29  advanced_minimise: Minimise window
30  advanced_parallel: Parallel way
31  advanced_tooltip: Advanced editing actions
32  advanced_undelete: Undelete
33  advice_bendy: Too bendy to straighten (SHIFT to force)
34  advice_conflict: Server conflict - you may need to try saving again
35  advice_deletingpoi: Deleting POI (Z to undo)
36  advice_deletingway: Deleting way (Z to undo)
37  advice_microblogged: Updated your $1 status
38  advice_nocommonpoint: The ways do not share a common point
39  advice_revertingpoi: Reverting to last saved POI (Z to undo)
40  advice_revertingway: Reverting to last saved way (Z to undo)
41  advice_tagconflict: Tags don't match - please check (Z to undo)
42  advice_toolong: Too long to unlock - please split into shorter ways
43  advice_uploadempty: Nothing to upload
44  advice_uploadfail: Upload stopped
45  advice_uploadsuccess: All data successfully uploaded
46  advice_waydragged: Way dragged (Z to undo)
47  cancel: Cancel
48  closechangeset: Closing changeset
49  conflict_download: Download their version
50  conflict_overwrite: Overwrite their version
51  conflict_poichanged: Since you started editing, someone else has changed point $1$2.
52  conflict_relchanged: Since you started editing, someone else has changed relation $1$2.
53  conflict_visitpoi: Click 'Ok' to show the point.
54  conflict_visitway: Click 'Ok' to show the way.
55  conflict_waychanged: Since you started editing, someone else has changed way $1$2.
56  createrelation: Create a new relation
57  custom: "Custom:"
58  delete: Delete
59  deleting: deleting
60  drag_pois: Drag and drop points of interest
61  editinglive: Editing live
62  editingoffline: Editing offline
63  emailauthor: \n\nPlease e-mail richard@systemeD.net with a bug report, saying what you were doing at the time.
64  error_anonymous: You cannot contact an anonymous mapper.
65  error_connectionfailed: Sorry - the connection to the OpenStreetMap server failed. Any recent changes have not been saved.\n\nWould you like to try again?
66  error_microblog_long: "Posting to $1 failed:\nHTTP code: $2\nError message: $3\n$1 error: $4"
67  error_nopoi: The POI cannot be found (perhaps you've panned away?) so I can't undo.
68  error_nosharedpoint: Ways $1 and $2 don't share a common point any more, so I can't undo the split.
69  error_noway: Way $1 cannot be found (perhaps you've panned away?) so I can't undo.
70  error_readfailed: Sorry - the OpenStreetMap server didn't respond when asked for data.\n\nWould you like to try again?
71  existingrelation: Add to an existing relation
72  findrelation: Find a relation containing
73  gpxpleasewait: Please wait while the GPX track is processed.
74  heading_drawing: Drawing
75  heading_introduction: Introduction
76  heading_pois: Getting started
77  heading_quickref: Quick reference
78  heading_surveying: Surveying
79  heading_tagging: Tagging
80  heading_troubleshooting: Troubleshooting
81  help: Help
82  help_html: "<!--\n\n========================================================================================================================\nPage 1: Introduction\n\n--><headline>Welcome to Potlatch</headline>\n<largeText>Potlatch is the easy-to-use editor for OpenStreetMap. Draw roads, paths, landmarks and shops from your GPS surveys, satellite imagery or old maps.\n\nThese help pages will take you through the basics of using Potlatch, and tell you where to find out more. Click the headings above to begin.\n\nWhen you've finished, just click anywhere else on the page.\n\n</largeText>\n\n<column/><headline>Useful stuff to know</headline>\n<bodyText>Don't copy from other maps! \n\nIf you choose 'Edit live', any changes you make will go into the database as you draw them - like, <i>immediately</i>. If you're not so confident, choose 'Edit with save', and they'll only go in when you press 'Save'.\n\nAny edits you make will usually be shown on the map after an hour or two (a few things take a week). Not everything is shown on the map - it would look too messy. But because OpenStreetMap's data is open source, other people are free to make maps showing different aspects - like <a href=\"http://www.opencyclemap.org/\" target=\"_blank\">OpenCycleMap</a> or <a href=\"http://maps.cloudmade.com/?styleId=999\" target=\"_blank\">Midnight Commander</a>.\n\nRemember it's <i>both</i> a good-looking map (so draw pretty curves for bends) and a diagram (so make sure roads join at junctions).\n\nDid we mention about not copying from other maps?\n</bodyText>\n\n<column/><headline>Find out more</headline>\n<bodyText><a href=\"http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Potlatch\" target=\"_blank\">Potlatch manual</a>\n<a href=\"http://lists.openstreetmap.org/\" target=\"_blank\">Mailing lists</a>\n<a href=\"http://irc.openstreetmap.org/\" target=\"_blank\">Online chat (live help)</a>\n<a href=\"http://forum.openstreetmap.org/\" target=\"_blank\">Web forum</a>\n<a href=\"http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/\" target=\"_blank\">Community wiki</a>\n<a href=\"http://trac.openstreetmap.org/browser/applications/editors/potlatch\" target=\"_blank\">Potlatch source-code</a>\n</bodyText>\n<!-- News etc. goes here -->\n\n<!--\n========================================================================================================================\nPage 2: getting started\n\n--><page/><headline>Getting started</headline>\n<bodyText>Now that you have Potlatch open, click 'Edit with save' to get started.\n\t\nSo you're ready to draw a map. The easiest place to start is by putting some points of interest on the map - or \"POIs\". These might be pubs, churches, railway stations... anything you like.</bodytext>\n\n<column/><headline>Drag and drop</headline>\n<bodyText>To make it super-easy, you'll see a selection of the most common POIs, right at the bottom of the map for you. Putting one on the map is as easy as dragging it from there onto the right place on the map. And don't worry if you don't get the position right first time: you can drag it again until it's right. Note that the POI is highlighted in yellow to show that it's selected.\n\t\nOnce you've done that, you'll want to give your pub (or church, or station) a name. You'll see that a little table has appeared at the bottom. One of the entries will say \"name\" followed by \"(type name here)\". Do that - click that text, and type the name.\n\nClick somewhere else on the map to deselect your POI, and the colourful little panel returns.\n\nEasy, isn't it? Click 'Save' (bottom right) when you're done.\n</bodyText><column/><headline>Moving around</headline>\n<bodyText>To move to a different part of the map, just drag an empty area. Potlatch will automatically load the new data (look at the top right).\n\nWe told you to 'Edit with save', but you can also click 'Edit live'. If you do this, your changes will go into the database straightaway, so there's no 'Save' button. This is good for quick changes and <a href=\"http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Current_events\" target=\"_blank\">mapping parties</a>.</bodyText>\n\n<headline>Next steps</headline>\n<bodyText>Happy with all of that? Great. Click 'Surveying' above to find out how to become a <i>real</i> mapper!</bodyText>\n\n<!--\n========================================================================================================================\nPage 3: Surveying\n\n--><page/><headline>Surveying with a GPS</headline>\n<bodyText>The idea behind OpenStreetMap is to make a map without the restrictive copyright of other maps. This means you can't copy from elsewhere: you must go and survey the streets yourself. Fortunately, it's lots of fun!\n\t\nThe best way to do this is with a handheld GPS set. Find an area that isn't mapped yet, then walk or cycle up the streets with your GPS switched on. Note the street names, and anything else interesting (pubs? churches?) , as you go along.\n\nWhen you get home, your GPS will contain a 'tracklog' recording everywhere you've been. You can then upload this to OpenStreetMap.\n\nThe best type of GPS is one that records to the tracklog frequently (every second or two) and has a big memory. Lots of our mappers use handheld Garmins or little Bluetooth units. There are detailed <a href=\"http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/GPS_Reviews\" target=\"_blank\">GPS Reviews</a> on our wiki.</bodyText>\n<column/><headline>Uploading your track</headline>\n<bodyText>Now, you need to get your track off the GPS set. Maybe your GPS came with some software, or maybe it lets you copy the files off via USB. If not, try <a href=\"http://www.gpsbabel.org/\" target=\"_blank\">GPSBabel</a>. Whatever, you want the file to be in GPX format.\n\nThen use the 'GPS Traces' tab to upload your track to OpenStreetMap. But this is only the first bit - it won't appear on the map yet. You must draw and name the roads yourself, using the track as a guide.</bodyText>\n<headline>Using your track</headline>\n<bodyText>Find your uploaded track in the 'GPS Traces' listing, and click 'edit' <i>right next to it</i>. Potlatch will start with this track loaded, plus any waypoints. You're ready to draw!\n\n<img src=\"gps\">You can also click this button to show everyone's GPS tracks (but not waypoints) for the current area. Hold Shift to show just your tracks.</bodyText>\n<column/><headline>Using satellite photos</headline>\n<bodyText>If you don't have a GPS, don't worry. In some cities, we have satellite photos you can trace over, kindly supplied by Yahoo! (thanks!). Go out and note the street names, then come back and trace over the lines.\n\n<img src='prefs'>If you don't see the satellite imagery, click the options button and make sure 'Yahoo!' is selected. If you still don't see it, it's probably not available for your city, or you might need to zoom out a bit.\n\nOn this same options button you'll find a few other choices like an out-of-copyright map of the UK, and OpenTopoMap for the US. These are all specially selected because we're allowed to use them - don't copy from anyone else's maps or aerial photos. (Copyright law sucks.)\n\nSometimes satellite pics are a bit displaced from where the roads really are. If you find this, hold Space and drag the background until it lines up. Always trust GPS tracks over satellite pics.</bodytext>\n\n<!--\n========================================================================================================================\nPage 4: Drawing\n\n--><page/><headline>Drawing ways</headline>\n<bodyText>To draw a road (or 'way') starting at a blank space on the map, just click there; then at each point on the road in turn. When you've finished, double-click or press Enter - then click somewhere else to deselect the road.\n\nTo draw a way starting from another way, click that road to select it; its points will appear red. Hold Shift and click one of them to start a new way at that point. (If there's no red point at the junction, shift-click where you want one!)\n\nClick 'Save' (bottom right) when you're done. Save often, in case the server has problems.\n\nDon't expect your changes to show instantly on the main map. It usually takes an hour or two, sometimes up to a week.\n</bodyText><column/><headline>Making junctions</headline>\n<bodyText>It's really important that, where two roads join, they share a point (or 'node'). Route-planners use this to know where to turn.\n\t\nPotlatch takes care of this as long as you are careful to click <i>exactly</i> on the way you're joining. Look for the helpful signs: the points light up blue, the pointer changes, and when you're done, the junction point has a black outline.</bodyText>\n<headline>Moving and deleting</headline>\n<bodyText>This works just as you'd expect it to. To delete a point, select it and press Delete. To delete a whole way, press Shift-Delete.\n\nTo move something, just drag it. (You'll have to click and hold for a short while before dragging a way, so you don't do it by accident.)</bodyText>\n<column/><headline>More advanced drawing</headline>\n<bodyText><img src=\"scissors\">If two parts of a way have different names, you'll need to split them. Click the way; then click the point where it should be split, and click the scissors. (You can merge ways by clicking with Control, or the Apple key on a Mac, but don't merge two roads of different names or types.)\n\t\n<img src=\"tidy\">Roundabouts are really hard to draw right. Don't worry - Potlatch can help. Just draw the loop roughly, making sure it joins back on itself at the end, then click this icon to 'tidy' it. (You can also use this to straighten out roads.)</bodyText>\n<headline>Points of interest</headline>\n<bodyText>The first thing you learned was how to drag-and-drop a point of interest. You can also create one by double-clicking on the map: a green circle appears. But how to say whether it's a pub, a church or what? Click 'Tagging' above to find out!\n\n<!--\n========================================================================================================================\nPage 5: Tagging\n\n--><page/><headline>What type of road is it?</headline>\n<bodyText>Once you've drawn a way, you should say what it is. Is it a major road, a footpath or a river? What's its name? Are there any special rules (e.g. \"no bicycles\")?\n\nIn OpenStreetMap, you record this using 'tags'. A tag has two parts, and you can have as many as you like. For example, you could add <i>highway | trunk</i> to say it's a major road; <i>highway | residential</i> for a road on a housing estate; or <i>highway | footway</i> for a footpath. If bikes were banned, you could then add <i>bicycle | no</i>. Then to record its name, add <i>name | Market Street</i>.\n\nThe tags in Potlatch appear at the bottom of the screen - click an existing road, and you'll see what tags it has. Click the '+' sign (bottom right) to add a new tag. The 'x' by each tag deletes it.\n\nYou can tag whole ways; points in ways (maybe a gate or a traffic light); and points of interest.</bodytext>\n<column/><headline>Using preset tags</headline>\n<bodyText>To get you started, Potlatch has ready-made presets containing the most popular tags.\n\n<img src=\"preset_road\">Select a way, then click through the symbols until you find a suitable one. Then, choose the most appropriate option from the menu.\n\nThis will fill the tags in. Some will be left partly blank so you can type in (for example) the road name and number.</bodyText>\n<headline>One-way roads</headline>\n<bodyText>You might want to add a tag like <i>oneway | yes</i> - but how do you say which direction? There's an arrow in the bottom left that shows the way's direction, from start to end. Click it to reverse.</bodyText>\n<column/><headline>Choosing your own tags</headline>\n<bodyText>Of course, you're not restricted to just the presets. By using the '+' button, you can use any tags at all.\n\nYou can see what tags other people use at <a href=\"http://osmdoc.com/en/tags/\" target=\"_blank\">OSMdoc</a>, and there is a long list of popular tags on our wiki called <a href=\"http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Map_Features\" target=\"_blank\">Map Features</a>. But these are <i>only suggestions, not rules</i>. You are free to invent your own tags or borrow from others.\n\nBecause OpenStreetMap data is used to make many different maps, each map will show (or 'render') its own choice of tags.</bodyText>\n<headline>Relations</headline>\n<bodyText>Sometimes tags aren't enough, and you need to 'group' two or more ways. Maybe a turn is banned from one road into another, or 20 ways together make up a signed cycle route. You can do this with an advanced feature called 'relations'. <a href=\"http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Relations\" target=\"_blank\">Find out more</a> on the wiki.</bodyText>\n\n<!--\n========================================================================================================================\nPage 6: Troubleshooting\n\n--><page/><headline>Undoing mistakes</headline>\n<bodyText><img src=\"undo\">This is the undo button (you can also press Z) - it will undo the last thing you did.\n\nYou can 'revert' to a previously saved version of a way or point. Select it, then click its ID (the number at the bottom left) - or press H (for 'history'). You'll see a list of everyone who's edited it, and when. Choose the one to go back to, and click Revert.\n\nIf you've accidentally deleted a way and saved it, press U (for 'undelete'). All the deleted ways will be shown. Choose the one you want; unlock it by clicking the red padlock; and save as usual.\n\nThink someone else has made a mistake? Send them a friendly message. Use the history option (H) to select their name, then click 'Mail'.\n\nUse the Inspector (in the 'Advanced' menu) for helpful information about the current way or point.\n</bodyText><column/><headline>FAQs</headline>\n<bodyText><b>How do I see my waypoints?</b>\nWaypoints only show up if you click 'edit' by the track name in 'GPS Traces'. The file has to have both waypoints and tracklog in it - the server rejects anything with waypoints alone.\n\nMore FAQs for <a href=\"http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Potlatch/FAQs\" target=\"_blank\">Potlatch</a> and <a href=\"http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/FAQ\" target=\"_blank\">OpenStreetMap</a>.\n</bodyText>\n\n\n<column/><headline>Working faster</headline>\n<bodyText>The further out you're zoomed, the more data Potlatch has to load. Zoom in before clicking 'Edit'.\n\nTurn off 'Use pen and hand pointers' (in the options window) for maximum speed.\n\nIf the server is running slowly, come back later. <a href=\"http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Platform_Status\" target=\"_blank\">Check the wiki</a> for known problems. Some times, like Sunday evenings, are always busy.\n\nTell Potlatch to memorise your favourite sets of tags. Select a way or point with those tags, then press Ctrl, Shift and a number from 1 to 9. Then, to apply those tags again, just press Shift and that number. (They'll be remembered every time you use Potlatch on this computer.)\n\nTurn your GPS track into a way by finding it in the 'GPS Traces' list, clicking 'edit' by it, then tick the 'convert' box. It'll be locked (red) so won't save. Edit it first, then click the red padlock to unlock when ready to save.</bodytext>\n\n<!--\n========================================================================================================================\nPage 7: Quick reference\n\n--><page/><headline>What to click</headline>\n<bodyText><b>Drag the map</b> to move around.\n<b>Double-click</b> to create a new POI.\n<b>Single-click</b> to start a new way.\n<b>Hold and drag a way or POI</b> to move it.</bodyText>\n<headline>When drawing a way</headline>\n<bodyText><b>Double-click</b> or <b>press Enter</b> to finish drawing.\n<b>Click</b> another way to make a junction.\n<b>Shift-click the end of another way</b> to merge.</bodyText>\n<headline>When a way is selected</headline>\n<bodyText><b>Click a point</b> to select it.\n<b>Shift-click in the way</b> to insert a new point.\n<b>Shift-click a point</b> to start a new way from there.\n<b>Control-click another way</b> to merge.</bodyText>\n</bodyText>\n<column/><headline>Keyboard shortcuts</headline>\n<bodyText><textformat tabstops='[25]'>B\tAdd <u>b</u>ackground source tag\nC\tClose <u>c</u>hangeset\nG\tShow <u>G</u>PS tracks\nH\tShow <u>h</u>istory\nI\tShow <u>i</u>nspector\nJ\t<u>J</u>oin point to what's below ways\n (+Shift)\tUnjoin from other ways\nK\tLoc<u>k</u>/unlock current selection\nL\tShow current <u>l</u>atitude/longitude\nM\t<u>M</u>aximise editing window\nP\tCreate <u>p</u>arallel way\nR\t<u>R</u>epeat tags\nS\t<u>S</u>ave (unless editing live)\nT\t<u>T</u>idy into straight line/circle\nU\t<u>U</u>ndelete (show deleted ways)\nX\tCut way in two\nZ\tUndo\n-\tRemove point from this way only\n+\tAdd new tag\n/\tSelect another way sharing this point\n</textformat><textformat tabstops='[50]'>Delete\tDelete point\n (+Shift)\tDelete entire way\nReturn\tFinish drawing line\nSpace\tHold and drag background\nEsc\tAbort this edit; reload from server\n0\tRemove all tags\n1-9\tSelect preset tags\n (+Shift)\tSelect memorised tags\n (+S/Ctrl)\tMemorise tags\n§ or `\tCycle between tag groups</textformat>\n</bodyText>" 
83  hint_drawmode: click to add point\ndouble-click/Return\nto end line
84  hint_latlon: "lat $1\nlon $2"
85  hint_loading: loading data
86  hint_overendpoint: over endpoint ($1)\nclick to join\nshift-click to merge
87  hint_overpoint: over point ($1)\nclick to join
88  hint_pointselected: point selected\n(shift-click point to\nstart new line)
89  hint_saving: saving data
90  hint_saving_loading: loading/saving data
91  inspector: Inspector
92  inspector_duplicate: "Duplicate of "
93  inspector_in_ways: In ways
94  inspector_latlon: "Lat $1\nLon $2"
95  inspector_locked: Locked
96  inspector_node_count: ($1 times)
97  inspector_not_in_any_ways: Not in any ways (POI)
98  inspector_unsaved: Unsaved
99  inspector_uploading: (uploading)
100  inspector_way: $1
101  inspector_way_connects_to: Connects to $1 ways
102  inspector_way_connects_to_principal: Connects to $1 $2 and $3 other $4
103  inspector_way_name: $1 ($2)
104  inspector_way_nodes: $1 nodes
105  inspector_way_nodes_closed: $1 nodes (closed)
106  loading: Loading...
107  login_pwd: "Password:"
108  login_retry: Your site login was not recognised. Please try again.
109  login_title: Couldn't log in
110  login_uid: "Username:"
111  mail: Mail
112  microblog_name_identica: Identi.ca
113  microblog_name_twitter: Twitter
114  more: More
115  newchangeset: "\nPlease try again: Potlatch will start a new changeset."
116  "no": 'No'
117  nobackground: No background
118  norelations: No relations in current area
119  offset_broadcanal: Broad canal towpath
120  offset_choose: Choose offset (m)
121  offset_dual: Dual carriageway (D2)
122  offset_motorway: Motorway (D3)
123  offset_narrowcanal: Narrow canal towpath
124  ok: Ok
125  openchangeset: Opening changeset
126  option_custompointers: Use pen and hand pointers
127  option_external: "External launch:"
128  option_fadebackground: Fade background
129  option_layer_cycle_map: OSM - cycle map
130  option_layer_geoeye_gravitystorm_haiti: "Haiti: GeoEye Jan 13"
131  option_layer_geoeye_nypl_haiti: "Haiti: GeoEye Jan 13+"
132  option_layer_digitalglobe_haiti: "Haiti: DigitalGlobe"
133  option_layer_streets_haiti: "Haiti: street names"
134  option_layer_maplint: OSM - Maplint (errors)
135  option_layer_mapnik: OSM - Mapnik
136  option_layer_nearmap: "Australia: NearMap"
137  option_layer_ooc_25k: "UK historic: 1:25k"
138  option_layer_ooc_7th: "UK historic: 7th"
139  option_layer_ooc_npe: "UK historic: NPE"
140  option_layer_ooc_scotland: "UK historic: Scotland"
141  option_layer_osmarender: OSM - Osmarender
142  option_layer_tip: Choose the background to display
143  option_layer_yahoo: Yahoo!
144  option_limitways: Warn when loading lots of data
145  option_microblog_id: "Microblog name:"
146  option_microblog_pwd: "Microblog password:"
147  option_noname: Highlight unnamed roads
148  option_photo: "Photo KML:"
149  option_thinareas: Use thinner lines for areas
150  option_thinlines: Use thin lines at all scales
151  option_tiger: Highlight unchanged TIGER
152  option_warnings: Show floating warnings
153  point: Point
154  preset_icon_airport: Airport
155  preset_icon_bar: Bar
156  preset_icon_bus_stop: Bus stop
157  preset_icon_cafe: Cafe
158  preset_icon_cinema: Cinema
159  preset_icon_convenience: Convenience shop
160  preset_icon_disaster: Haiti building
161  preset_icon_fast_food: Fast food
162  preset_icon_ferry_terminal: Ferry
163  preset_icon_fire_station: Fire station
164  preset_icon_hospital: Hospital
165  preset_icon_hotel: Hotel
166  preset_icon_museum: Museum
167  preset_icon_parking: Parking
168  preset_icon_pharmacy: Pharmacy
169  preset_icon_place_of_worship: Place of worship
170  preset_icon_police: Police station
171  preset_icon_post_box: Postbox
172  preset_icon_pub: Pub
173  preset_icon_recycling: Recycling
174  preset_icon_restaurant: Restaurant
175  preset_icon_school: School
176  preset_icon_station: Rail station
177  preset_icon_supermarket: Supermarket
178  preset_icon_taxi: Taxi rank
179  preset_icon_telephone: Telephone
180  preset_icon_theatre: Theatre
181  preset_tip: Choose from a menu of preset tags describing the $1
182  prompt_addtorelation: Add $1 to a relation
183  prompt_changesetcomment: "Enter a description of your changes:"
184  prompt_closechangeset: Close changeset $1
185  prompt_createparallel: Create parallel way
186  prompt_editlive: Edit live
187  prompt_editsave: Edit with save
188  prompt_helpavailable: New user? Look in the bottom left for help.
189  prompt_launch: Launch external URL
190  prompt_live: In live mode, every item you change will be saved in the OpenStreetMap database instantly - it's not recommended for beginners. Are you sure?
191  prompt_manyways: This area is very detailed and will take a long time to load. Would you prefer to zoom in?
192  prompt_microblog: Post to $1 ($2 left)
193  prompt_revertversion: "Revert to an earlier saved version:"
194  prompt_savechanges: Save changes
195  prompt_taggedpoints: Some of the points on this way are tagged. Really delete?
196  prompt_track: Convert GPS track to ways
197  prompt_unlock: Click to unlock
198  prompt_welcome: Welcome to OpenStreetMap!
199  retry: Retry
200  revert: Revert
201  save: Save
202  tags_findatag: Find a tag
203  tags_typesearchterm: "Type a word to look for:"
204  tags_matching: Popular tags matching '$1'
205  tags_descriptions: Descriptions of '$1'
206  tags_backtolist: Back to list
207  tip_addrelation: Add to a relation
208  tip_addtag: Add a new tag
209  tip_alert: An error occurred - click for details
210  tip_anticlockwise: Anti-clockwise circular way - click to reverse
211  tip_clockwise: Clockwise circular way - click to reverse
212  tip_direction: Direction of way - click to reverse
213  tip_gps: Show GPS tracks (G)
214  tip_noundo: Nothing to undo
215  tip_options: Set options (choose the map background)
216  tip_photo: Load photos
217  tip_presettype: Choose what type of presets are offered in the menu.
218  tip_repeattag: Repeat tags from the previously selected way (R)
219  tip_revertversion: Choose the date to revert to
220  tip_selectrelation: Add to the chosen route
221  tip_splitway: Split way at selected point (X)
222  tip_tidy: Tidy points in way (T)
223  tip_undo: Undo $1 (Z)
224  uploading: Uploading...
225  uploading_deleting_pois: Deleting POIs
226  uploading_deleting_ways: Deleting ways
227  uploading_poi: Uploading POI $1
228  uploading_poi_name: Uploading POI $1, $2
229  uploading_relation: Uploading relation $1
230  uploading_relation_name: Uploading relation $1, $2
231  uploading_way: Uploading way $1
232  uploading_way_name: Uploading way $1, $2
233  warning: Warning!
234  way: Way
235  "yes": 'Yes'
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