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@@ -6,12 +6,12 @@ Nur die Eingaben <b>Kartendatei</b> und <b>QGIS-Projekt</b> sind erforderlich.
Haken Sie das Kontrollkästchen <label>Aktuelles Projekt verwenden</label> an oder geben Sie den vollständigen
Pfad der QGIS-Projektdatei (.qgs), die Sie exportieren wollen, an. Sie können die Knopf auf der rechten
Seite verwenden, um den Namen mit Hilfe der Dateiauswahl anzugeben.

<h4>Kartendatei</h4>

<label>Kartendatei</label>: Geben Sie den Namen des Mapfiles an, das Sie erzeugen wollen. Sie können
den Knopf auf der rechten Seite verwenden, um dies mit Hilfe der Dateiauswahl zu tun.

<h4>Karte</h4>
Diese Werte werden in das Mapfile an den passenden Stellen eingetragen, um Dinge wie Ausgabegröße, Einheiten und Bildtyp festzulegen.
<dl>
@@ -1,20 +1,20 @@
<h3>Export a QGIS Project to MapServer Map File</h3>
<p>
This tool allows you to export a saved QGIS project file to a MapServer map
This tool allows you to export a saved QGIS project file to a MapServer map
Only the <b>Map file</b> and <b>QGIS project file</b> inputs are required.
</p>
Tick the <label>Use current project</label> checkbox or enter the full path to
the QGIS project file (.qgs) you want to export. You can use the button at the
Tick the <label>Use current project</label> checkbox or enter the full path to
the QGIS project file (.qgs) you want to export. You can use the button at the
right to browse for the QGIS project file.

<h4>Map file</h4>

<label>Map file</label> Enter the name for the map file to be created. You can
use the button at the right to browse for the directory where you want the map
<label>Map file</label> Enter the name for the map file to be created. You can
use the button at the right to browse for the directory where you want the map
file created.

<h4>Map</h4>
These values are written to the map file in the appropriate spots to set things
These values are written to the map file in the appropriate spots to set things
such as output image size, units and image type.
<dl>
<dt><label>Name</label></dt>
@@ -1,3 +1,3 @@
<h3>Attributtabelle</h3>
<h3>Attributtabelle</h3>
Die Attributtabelle zeigt die Zeilen und Spalten des selektierten Layers an.
Aus diesem Dialog können Sie die Attribute anzeigen, ändern oder durchsuchen.
@@ -1,3 +1,3 @@
<h3>Attribute Table</h3>
The Attribute Table dialog displays the rows and columns from the selected
The Attribute Table dialog displays the rows and columns from the selected
layer. From this dialog you can view, edit, and search attributes.
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
<h3>Meßwerkzeuge</h3>
Es gibt Meßwerkzeuge für Länge und Fläche. Zur Zeit liefern sie nur metrische
Es gibt Meßwerkzeuge für Länge und Fläche. Zur Zeit liefern sie nur metrische
Ergebnisse. Ein einfacher Rechtsklick beendet die Messung, während zwei
Rechtsklicks eine neue Messung einleiten.

@@ -10,18 +10,18 @@ Downloads and installs plugins from remote repositories.
</a>

<p align='justify'>
The <label>Plugins</label> tab contains a list of all locally installed Python plugins, as well as plugins available in
The <label>Plugins</label> tab contains a list of all locally installed Python plugins, as well as plugins available in
remote repositories. Each plugin can be either:
<ul>
<li> not installed - this means the plugin is available in the repository, but is not installed yet. In
<li> not installed - this means the plugin is available in the repository, but is not installed yet. In
order to install it, select the plugin from the list and click the <label>Install plugin</label> button.</li>
<li> new - this means that the plugin is newly available in the repository.</li>
<li> installed - this indicates that the plugin is already installed. If it is also available in any repository
the <label>Reinstall plugin</label> button will be enabled. If the available version is older than the installed
<li> installed - this indicates that the plugin is already installed. If it is also available in any repository
the <label>Reinstall plugin</label> button will be enabled. If the available version is older than the installed
version, the <label>Downgrade plugin</label> button will appear instead.</li>
<li> upgradeable - this means that the plugin is installed, but there is an updated version available.
In this case, the <label>Upgrade plugin</label> button will be enabled.</li>
<li> invalid - this means that the plugin is installed, but is unavailable or broken. The reason will be
<li> invalid - this means that the plugin is installed, but is unavailable or broken. The reason will be
explained in the plugin description field.</li>
</ul>
</p>
@@ -40,19 +40,19 @@ If the installation is successful, a confirmation message will appear. The plug
</p>

<p align='justify'>
If the installation fails, the reason for the failure will be displayed in a warning dialog. Most often,
errors are the result of connection problems and/or missing Python modules. In the former case you
will likely need to wait before trying the install again, in the latter case, you should install the missing
modules relevant to your operating system prior to using the plugin. For Linux, most required
modules should be available via a package manager. For install instructions in Windows visit the
module home page. If you are using a proxy, you may need to configure it under <label>Edit</label> > <label>Options</label>
If the installation fails, the reason for the failure will be displayed in a warning dialog. Most often,
errors are the result of connection problems and/or missing Python modules. In the former case you
will likely need to wait before trying the install again, in the latter case, you should install the missing
modules relevant to your operating system prior to using the plugin. For Linux, most required
modules should be available via a package manager. For install instructions in Windows visit the
module home page. If you are using a proxy, you may need to configure it under <label>Edit</label> > <label>Options</label>
(Gnome, OSX) or <label>Settings</label> > <label>Options</label> (KDE, Windows) on the <label>Proxy</label> tab.
</p>

<p align='justify'>
The <label>Uninstall plugin</label> button is enabled only if the selected plugin is installed and is not a core
plugin. Note that if you have installed an update to a core plugin, you can uninstall this update
with the <label>Uninstall plugin</label> and revert to the version shipped with Quantum GIS. This default version
The <label>Uninstall plugin</label> button is enabled only if the selected plugin is installed and is not a core
plugin. Note that if you have installed an update to a core plugin, you can uninstall this update
with the <label>Uninstall plugin</label> and revert to the version shipped with Quantum GIS. This default version
however, cannot be uninstalled.
</p>

@@ -63,13 +63,13 @@ however, cannot be uninstalled.
<h4>Repositories tab</h4>
</a>
<p align='justify'>
The second tab <label>Repositories</label>, contains a list of plugin repositories available for the Plugin
The second tab <label>Repositories</label>, contains a list of plugin repositories available for the Plugin
Installer. By default, only the QGIS Official Repository is enabled. You can add several user-
contributed repositories, including the central QGIS Contributed Repository and other external repos-
itories by clicking the <label>Add 3rd party repositories</label> button. The added repositories contain a large
number of useful plugins which are not maintained by the QGIS Development Team. As such, we
cannot take any responsibility for them. You can also manage the repository list manually, that is add,
remove, and edit the entries. Temporarily disabling a particular repository is possible by clicking the
contributed repositories, including the central QGIS Contributed Repository and other external repositories $
by clicking the <label>Add 3rd party repositories</label> button. The added repositories contain a large
number of useful plugins which are not maintained by the QGIS Development Team. As such, we
cannot take any responsibility for them. You can also manage the repository list manually, that is add,
remove, and edit the entries. Temporarily disabling a particular repository is possible by clicking the
<label>Edit...</label> button.
</p>

@@ -82,24 +82,24 @@ remove, and edit the entries. Temporarily disabling a particular repository is p
</a>
<p align='justify'>
The <label>Options</label> tab is where you can configure the settings of the Plugin Installer.
The <label>x Check for updates on startup</label> checkbox tells QGIS to automatically look for plugin updates and
news. By default, if this feature is enabled all repositories listed and enabled in the <label>Repositories</label>
tab are checked for updates each time the program is started. The frequency of update checking
can be adjusted using the dropdown menu, and may be adjusted from once a day right up to once a
month. If a new plugin or update is available for one of the installed plugins, a notification will appear
in the Status Bar. If the checkbox is disabled, looking for updates and news is performed only when
The <label>x Check for updates on startup</label> checkbox tells QGIS to automatically look for plugin updates and
news. By default, if this feature is enabled all repositories listed and enabled in the <label>Repositories</label>
tab are checked for updates each time the program is started. The frequency of update checking
can be adjusted using the dropdown menu, and may be adjusted from once a day right up to once a
month. If a new plugin or update is available for one of the installed plugins, a notification will appear
in the Status Bar. If the checkbox is disabled, looking for updates and news is performed only when
the Plugin Installer is manually launched from the menu.
</p>

<p align='justify'>
Some internet connections will cause problems when attempting to automatically check for updates.
In these cases, a <i>Looking for new plugins...</i> indicator will remain visible in the Status Bar during your
entire QGIS session, and may cause a program crash when exiting. In this case please disable the
Some internet connections will cause problems when attempting to automatically check for updates.
In these cases, a <i>Looking for new plugins...</i> indicator will remain visible in the Status Bar during your
entire QGIS session, and may cause a program crash when exiting. In this case please disable the
checkbox.
</p>


In addition, you may specify the type of plugins that are displayed by the Plugin Installer. Under
In addition, you may specify the type of plugins that are displayed by the Plugin Installer. Under
<i>Allowed plugins</i>, you can specify whether you would like to:
<ul>
<li> Only show plugins from the official repository</li>
@@ -109,8 +109,8 @@ In addition, you may specify the type of plugins that are displayed by the Plugi

<br/>
<table border=1 width='95%' align='center'><tr><td>
Note: Experimental plugins are generally unsuitable for production use. These plugins are in the early stages of
development, and should be considered incomplete or proof of concept tools. The QGIS development team
Note: Experimental plugins are generally unsuitable for production use. These plugins are in the early stages of
development, and should be considered "incomplete" or "proof of concept" tools. The QGIS development team
does not recommend installing these plugins unless you intend to use them for testing purposes.
</td></tr></table>

@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
<h3>Scalebar Plugin</h3>
Draws a scale bar on the map.
<p>
You can control the style and placement, as well as the labeling of the bar.
You can control the style and placement, as well as the labeling of the bar.
QGIS only supports displaying the scale in the same units as your map frame. So if the units of your layers are in meters, you can't create a scale bar in feet. Likewise if you are using decimal degrees, you can't create a scale bar to display distance in meters.</p>
<p>
To add a scale bar:
@@ -13,4 +13,4 @@ To add a scale bar:
<li>Make sure the <label>Enable scale bar</label> checkbox is checked.</li>
<li>Optionally choose to automatically snap to a round number when the canvas is resized <label>Automatically snap to round number on resize</label>.</li>
<li>Click <label>OK</label>.</li>
</ol>
</ol>
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
<h3>SpatiaLite-Tabelle(n) hinzufügen</h3>

Um eine neue Verbindung zu erstellen, klicken Sie auf den Knopf
<label>Neu</label> und benutzen die Dateiauswahl, um auf Ihre
<label>Neu</label> und benutzen die Dateiauswahl, um auf Ihre
SpatiaLite-Datenbank, die die Erweiterung <i>.sqlite</i> trägt, zu weisen.<p>
Die Verbindungen, die Sie festlegen, werden zur weiteren Benutzung gespeichert
und in der Liste zur Auswahl angeboten.
@@ -96,7 +96,7 @@ es Ihnen alle Parameter der Beschriftungen über Felder des Layers zu setzen.
<h4>Attribute</h4>
</a>
Im Reiter <label>Attribute</label> können die Attribute des gewählten Layers
geändert werden.
geändert werden.
Die Knöpfe <label>Neue Spalte</label> und <label>Spalte löschen</label> sind im
Bearbeitungsmodus verfügbar. Die OGR-Bibliothek unterstützt für Shapedateien
das Hinzufügen von Feldern (ab GDAL 1.6), aber nicht das Löschen. Sonst
@@ -59,7 +59,7 @@ To buffer the labels means putting a backdrop around them to make them stand out
<li>Choose a color by clicking on <label>Color</label> and choosing your favorite from the color selector. You can also set some transparency for the buffer if you prefer.
<li>Click <label>Apply</label> to see if you like the changes.
</ol>
Notice you can also specify the buffer size in map
Notice you can also specify the buffer size in map
units if that works out better for you.

<h5>Data defined placement, properties, buffer, position</h5>

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