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[TRANSUP] transifex update

Signed-off-by: Werner Macho <werner.macho@gmail.com>
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<source>Both used to be correct, but we recently decided to just use &apos;QGIS&apos;. For articles we suggest you write &apos;QGIS is ....&apos;</source>
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<source>Add an action to layer</source>
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<source>Action in a layer allow user to trigger action when clicking on a geometry with &apos;Run Feature Action&apos; tools.For example, you can open an html page using the field value of the geometry as a parameter. Look at the &lt;a href=&quot;http://docs.qgis.org/latest/en/docs/user_manual/working_with_vector/vector_properties.html?#actions-menu&quot;&gt;documentation&lt;/a&gt;.</source>
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<source>Copy, paste and cut in QGIS</source>
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<source>Copy, paste, and cut work as in another applications in QGIS. Select a feature (a geometry or an attribut row in the attribute table) and use one of this shortcuts: Ctrl+C to copy, Ctrl+X to cut, and Ctrl+V to paste.</source>
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<source>Right click with identify tools</source>
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<source>Right click with the identify tool to show a context menu from which you can choose the layer in which to identify a feature. A sub menu will list features identified and a third sub-menu will show the action link setup for the layer.If one of this sub-menu doesn&apos;t contain any information, the next sub-menuwill appear instead. For example, if you have just one layer, and click somewhere with several features, the first menu will list the feature list instead of layer list.</source>
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&lt;h4&gt;Measuring Areas&lt;/h4&gt;
To measure areas, select the tool and click to create the area. The total area is dynamically displayed as you click.
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<translation>&lt;h3&gt;Herramientas de medición&lt;/h3&gt;
<translation type="obsolete">&lt;h3&gt;Herramientas de medición&lt;/h3&gt;
Hay dos herramientas de medida: longitud y áreas. Con ellas puede medir tanto distancias como áreas en la vista del mapa. Actualmente las herramientas proporcionan los resultados sólo en unidades métricas. Un simple clic derecho del ratón detiene la medición, mientras que dos clics derechos comienzan una nueva medición.
&lt;h4&gt;Medir longitudes&lt;/h4&gt;
Para medir longitudes, seleccione la herramienta y haga clic a lo largo de la ruta que quiera medir. Se muestra la longitud de cada segmento, al igual que la longitud total del recorrido.
The results can be written to a new attribute column or it can be used to update values in an already existing column.&lt;br&gt;
The vector layer needs to be in editing mode, before you can click on the &lt;label&gt;Field calculator&lt;/label&gt; icon to open the dialog.
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<translation>&lt;h3&gt;Tabla de atributos&lt;/h3&gt;
<translation type="obsolete">&lt;h3&gt;Tabla de atributos&lt;/h3&gt;
La tabla de atributos muestra los objetos espaciales de la capa seleccionada. Cada fila de la tabla representa un objeto espacial con sus atributos mostrados en varias columnas. Se pueden buscar, seleccionar, mover o incluso editar los objetos espaciales de la tabla. Por omisión la tabla de atributos es una ventana separada. Si la ha abierto y no la puede ver, probablemente está oculta tras la ventana principal de QGIS. También la puede hacer una ventana adosable, marcando &lt;label&gt;Abrir tabla de atributos en una ventada adosada&lt;/label&gt; en &lt;label&gt;Configuración &gt; Opciones &gt; General&lt;/label&gt;.&lt;p&gt;

El número de objetos espaciales totales, filtrados y seleccionados de la capa se muestra en la cabecera de la tabla.&lt;p&gt;
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<source>&lt;h3&gt;Attribute table&lt;/h3&gt;
The attribute table displays features of a selected layer. Each row in the table represents one map feature with its attributes shown in several columns. The features in the table can be searched, selected, moved or even edited. By default the attribute table is a separate window. If you opened it and cannot see it anymore, it is most likely hidden under the main QGIS window. You can make it also a docked window, by checking &lt;label&gt;Open attribute table in a dock window&lt;/label&gt; in &lt;label&gt;Settings &gt; Options &gt; Data Sources&lt;/label&gt;.&lt;p&gt;

The number of total number of layer features, filtered features and selected features is printed on the window header.&lt;p&gt;
At the bottom right of the dialog, you can choose whether to display features in a form or in a table.&lt;p&gt;
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&lt;a href=&quot;#Selecting&quot;&gt;Selecting&lt;/a&gt;&lt;br/&gt;
&lt;a href=&quot;#Sorting&quot;&gt;Sorting&lt;/a&gt;&lt;br/&gt;
&lt;a href=&quot;#Filtering&quot;&gt;Filtering&lt;/a&gt;&lt;br/&gt;
&lt;a href=&quot;#Editing&quot;&gt;Editing&lt;/a&gt;&lt;br/&gt;
&lt;a href=&quot;#FieldCalc&quot;&gt;Field Calculator&lt;/a&gt;&lt;br/&gt;
&lt;a href=&quot;#FieldCalcBar&quot;&gt;Field Calculator bar&lt;/a&gt;&lt;br/&gt;

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&lt;h4&gt;Selecting&lt;/h4&gt;
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Rows can be selected by clicking on the row number on the left side of the row. Subsequent rows can be selected by holding the mouse button down and moving the mouse to the other end of the selection. Multiple non-subsequent rows can be selected by holding the &lt;label&gt;Ctrl&lt;/label&gt; key.&lt;br&gt;
A continuous selection can be made by holding the &lt;label&gt;Shift&lt;/label&gt; key and clicking on several row headers on the left side of the rows. All rows between the current cursor position and the clicked row are selected.

&lt;a name=&quot;Sorting&quot;&gt;
&lt;h4&gt;Sorting&lt;/h4&gt;
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Each column can be sorted by clicking on its column header. A small arrow indicates the sort order (downward pointing means descending values from the top row down, upward pointing means ascending values from the top row down).&lt;br&gt;

&lt;a name=&quot;Filtering&quot;&gt;
&lt;h4&gt;Filtering&lt;/h4&gt;
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To only navigate through parts of your data, you can use the filter button on the bottom left. The following options are available.
&lt;h5&gt;Show All Features&lt;/h5&gt;
Shows all features of the layer.
&lt;h5&gt;Show Selected Features&lt;/h5&gt;
Shows all features which are currently selected.
&lt;h5&gt;Show Features Visible on Map&lt;/h5&gt;
Shows all features which are currently visible on the map canvas, taking the currently visible extent and scale based visibility into account.
&lt;h5&gt;Show Edited and New Features&lt;/h5&gt;
Shows only edited and new features. In this mode, features with uncommitted changes are shown and this is therefore a good filter to review changes, before committing them. Please note, that deleted features are not shown in this mode.
&lt;h5&gt;Column Filter&lt;/h5&gt;
A simple filter, which lets you filter by an attribute. If the attribute contains text, it looks for sub-strings also. Searching for &lt;b&gt;man&lt;/b&gt; will therefore also show records containing &lt;b&gt;woman&lt;/b&gt;. After changing the filter text, press &lt;label&gt;Enter&lt;/label&gt; or click on &lt;label&gt;Apply&lt;/label&gt;. You can also toggle the check-box &lt;label&gt;Case sensitive&lt;/label&gt;, so your filter will also match &lt;b&gt;Night&lt;/b&gt; when your search text is &lt;b&gt;night&lt;/b&gt;.
&lt;h5&gt;Advanced Filter&lt;/h5&gt;
For more complex searches, this mode offers a powerful expression builder, which is similar to a SQL WHERE clause. Please refer to the built-in help of the expression builder for details on the syntax.

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&lt;h4&gt;Editing&lt;/h4&gt;
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To edit values, you first have to switch the layer to editing mode. To switch to editing mode click on the &lt;label&gt;Toggle editing mode&lt;/label&gt; (pencil) button or press &lt;label&gt;Ctrl + E&lt;/label&gt;. Afterwards double-click on the value you want to edit or place the cursor on it and use the &lt;label&gt;Space&lt;/label&gt;-Key. You can customize the widgets used for field editing in &lt;label&gt;Vector Layer Properties &gt; Fields&lt;/label&gt; &lt;br&gt;
You can also edit a field&apos;s value for many rows at once. You need to select the rows you want to edit and then use the &lt;label&gt;Field Calculator&lt;/label&gt; or the &lt;label&gt;Field Calculator Bar&lt;/label&gt;. If no row is selected, the edition will apply on all the features.

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&lt;h4&gt;Field Calculator&lt;/h4&gt;
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The &lt;label&gt;Field Calculator&lt;/label&gt; button in the attribute table allows performing calculations on basis of existing attribute values or defined functions, e.g. to calculate length or area of geometry features.&lt;br&gt;
The results can be written to a new attribute column or it can be used to update values in an already existing column.&lt;br&gt;
The vector layer needs to be in editing mode, before you can click on the &lt;label&gt;Field calculator&lt;/label&gt; icon to open the dialog.

&lt;a name=&quot;FieldCalcBar&quot;&gt;
&lt;h4&gt;Field Calculator Bar&lt;/h4&gt;
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When you toggle to edition the layer, a new row of functions appears in the attribute table: the &lt;label&gt;Field Calculator Bar&lt;/label&gt;. This allows to quickly edit values of existing fields by performing calculations on basis of existing attribute values or defined functions button in the attribute table, e.g. to calculate length or area of geometry features.&lt;br&gt;
To edit values, select the field to modify with the filter button on the left and fill the text box with the new value or an expression to calculate new value. Then, press &lt;label&gt;Update all&lt;/label&gt; button to update all the rows of the attribute table or &lt;label&gt;Update selected&lt;/label&gt; button if some features are selected or a filter is applied on the attribute table display. You can also use the &lt;label&gt;Expression builder&lt;/label&gt; button to calculate the new value in the column.&lt;br&gt;
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<source>&lt;h3&gt;Measure Tools&lt;/h3&gt;
There are three measure tools: length, area and angle. With them, you can measure distances, areas and angles on the map canvas. The tools provide results in the units set in &lt;label&gt;Settings &gt; Options &gt; Map tools&lt;/label&gt;.
&lt;h4&gt;Measuring Lengths&lt;/h4&gt;
To measure lengths, select the tool and click along the path you want to measure. The length of each segment is displayed as is the total length for the path.
A single right mouse click stops the measuring.
&lt;h4&gt;Measuring Areas&lt;/h4&gt;
To measure areas, select the tool and click to create the area. The total area is dynamically displayed as you click.
A single right mouse click stops the measuring, while two right mouse clicks starts measuring a new.
&lt;h4&gt;Measuring Angles&lt;/h4&gt;
To measure angles, select the tool and click on three points to create an angle between these points. The second point selected is the vertex of the angle. The angle is dynamically displayed once you clicked the second point.
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