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<!-- Settings-specific strings (included from generated_resources.grd). -->
<grit-part>
<if expr="chromeos">
<!-- Shared across multiple pages -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TURN_ON" desc="Label for turn on buttons.">
Turn on
</message>
<!-- About (OS Settings) -->
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_BUILD_DETAILS" desc="Label of the row button that clicks into Build details">
Build Details
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_BUILD_DETAILS_COPY_TOOLTIP_LABEL" desc="Tooltip label that describes the build details copy button.">
Copy build details to clipboard
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_ENTERPRISE_ENNROLLED_TITLE" desc="The title label for whether a device is enterprise enrolled.">
Enterprise Enrolled
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_ARC_STATUS_TITLE" desc="The title label for Arc status (if enabled).">
ARC Enabled
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_DEVELOPER_MODE" desc="The title label for developer mode.">
Developer Mode
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_RELAUNCH" desc="The label for the relaunch button that relaunches the browser once update is complete">
Restart
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_RELAUNCH_AND_POWERWASH" desc="The label for the button that relaunches and powerwashes the browser once update is complete">
Restart and reset
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_UPGRADE_SUCCESSFUL_RELAUNCH" desc="Status label: Successfully updated ChromiumOS/ChromeOS">
Nearly up to date! Restart your device to finish updating.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_UPGRADE_UPDATING" desc="Status label: Updating ChromiumOS or ChromeOS">
Updating your device
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_UPGRADE_UPDATING_PERCENT" desc="Status label: Updating ChromiumOS or ChromeOS (90%)">
Updating your device (<ph name="PROGRESS_PERCENT">$1<ex>90%</ex></ph>)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_UPGRADE_UPDATING_CHANNEL_SWITCH" desc="Status label: Updating ChromiumOS/ChromeOS to a specified channel">
Updating your device to <ph name="CHANNEL_NAME">$1<ex>stable</ex></ph> channel (<ph name="PROGRESS_PERCENT">$2<ex>90%</ex></ph>)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_END_OF_LIFE_TITLE" desc="Title used for End of Life section on the About Page.">
Update schedule
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_UPGRADE_ROLLBACK_IN_PROGRESS" desc="Status label: Rolling back ChromiumOS or Chrome OS.">
Your administrator is rolling back this device (<ph name="PROGRESS_PERCENT">$1<ex>90%</ex></ph>)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_UPGRADE_ROLLBACK_SUCCESS" desc="Status label: Successfully rolled back Chrome OS. All data on the device will be deleted during the next reboot.">
Your administrator rolled back this device. Please save important files, then restart. All data on the device will be deleted.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_UPGRADE_SUCCESSFUL_CHANNEL_SWITCH" desc="Status label: Channel was successfully switched on ChromiumOS/ChromeOS">
Channel changed. Restart your device to apply changes.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_TPM_FIRMWARE_UPDATE_TITLE" desc="Title for the line item on the about page that allows the user to trigger a device hardware reset and request installation of a TPM firmware update.">
Powerwash for added security
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_TPM_FIRMWARE_UPDATE_DESCRIPTION" desc="Descriptive text shown alongside the line item on the about page that allows the user to trigger a device hardware reset and request installation of a TPM firmware update.">
This upgrade resets your Chromebook and removes current user data.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_CHANGE_CHANNEL" desc="Button label for channel switch.">
Change channel
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_CHANGE_CHANNEL_AND_POWERWASH" desc="Button label for channel switch and powerwash.">
Change channel and Powerwash
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_DELAYED_WARNING_MESSAGE" desc="Message that notifies user that channel change will be applied later.">
You are changing to a channel with an older version of <ph name="PRODUCT_NAME">$1<ex>Chrome OS</ex></ph>. The channel change will be applied when the channel version matches the version currently installed on your device.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_DELAYED_WARNING_TITLE" desc="Title for the message that the channel change will be applied later.">
Channel change will be applied later
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_POWERWASH_WARNING_MESSAGE" desc="Message that warns user about powerwash.">
This will remove all local users, files, data, and other settings after your next restart. All users will need to sign in again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_POWERWASH_WARNING_TITLE" desc="The title for the message that warns user about powerwash.">
Powerwash required on next reboot
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_UNSTABLE_WARNING_MESSAGE" desc="Warning about switching to developer (unstable) channel.">
You are updating to an unstable version of <ph name="PRODUCT_NAME">$1<ex>Chrome OS</ex></ph> which contains features that are in progress. Crashes and unexpected bugs will occur. Please proceed with caution.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_UNSTABLE_WARNING_TITLE" desc="The title of the warning about switching to developer (unstable) channel.">
Warning: you are switching to developer channel
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_DIALOG_CHANNEL_BETA" desc="The beta option in the channel select.">
Beta
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_DIALOG_CHANNEL_DEV" desc="The development option in the channel select.">
Developer - unstable
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_DIALOG_CHANNEL_STABLE" desc="The stable option in the channel select.">
Stable
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_UPDATE_WARNING_MESSAGE" desc="Warning about update over mobile data, specifying the size in megabytes.">
Update will be downloaded using <ph name="UPDATE_SIZE_MB">$1<ex>0</ex></ph> MB of mobile data. Would you like to continue?
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_UPDATE_WARNING_TITLE" desc="The title of the warning about update over mobile data.">
Download update using mobile data
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_CURRENT_CHANNEL_BETA" desc="The beta label in the message about current channel.">
beta
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_CURRENT_CHANNEL_CANARY" desc="The canary label in the message about current channel.">
canary
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_CURRENT_CHANNEL_DEV" desc="The dev label in the message about current channel.">
dev
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_CHANNEL" desc="The channel label under Detailed build info.">
Channel
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_CURRENT_CHANNEL_STABLE" desc="The stable label in the message about current channel.">
stable
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_CHECK_FOR_UPDATES" desc="The button label to check for updates and apply (download and install) if found">
Check for updates
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_CURRENT_CHANNEL" desc="The message about current channel.">
Currently on <ph name="CHANNEL_NAME">$1<ex>stable</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_DETAILED_BUILD_INFO" desc="Label describing the section that shows detailed information about the current Chrome build.">
Additional details
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_RELEASE_NOTES" desc="Warning that internet connection is required to display Chrome OS release notes.">
Internet connection required
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_SHOW_RELEASE_NOTES" desc="Text of the button which shows user the release notes.">
See what's new
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_UPGRADE_UP_TO_DATE" desc="Status label: Already up to date (ChromiumOS/ChromeOS)">
Your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> is up to date
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_END_OF_LIFE_MESSAGE_FUTURE" desc="Message used when end of life has not yet past current date in End of Life section on the About Page.">
This device will get automatic software and security updates until <ph name="MONTH_AND_YEAR">$1<ex>September 2020</ex></ph>. <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a target="_blank" href="$2<ex>https://google.com/</ex>"&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_END_OF_LIFE_MESSAGE_PAST" desc="Message used when End of Life is past current date in END OF LIFE section on the About Page.">
This device stopped getting automatic software and security updates in <ph name="MONTH_AND_YEAR">$1<ex>September 2020</ex></ph>. <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a target="_blank" href="$2<ex>https://google.com/</ex>"&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ABOUT_PAGE_LAST_UPDATE_MESSAGE" desc="Message shown on the top level about page to inform the user that this device will no longer receive latest software updates.">
This is the last automatic software and security update for this <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph>. To get future updates, upgrade to a newer model. &lt;a target="_blank" href="<ph name="URL">$2<ex>https://google.com/</ex></ph>"&gt;Learn more&lt;/a&gt;
</message>
<!-- People (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE" desc="Name of a section in the OS settings page." meaning="People and their accounts.">
People
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_PROFILE_LABEL" desc="Label underneath the profile's real name, listing the email address and optionally the number of additional accounts">
{COUNT, plural,
=0 {<ph name="EMAIL">$1<ex>alice@example.com</ex></ph>}
=1 {<ph name="EMAIL">$1<ex>alice@example.com</ex></ph>, +1 more account}
other {<ph name="EMAIL">$1<ex>alice@example.com</ex></ph>, +<ph name="EXTRA_ACCOUNTS">$2<ex>2</ex></ph> more accounts}}
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_SYNC_PAGE_TITLE" desc="Settings sub-page title for sync.">
Sync your settings
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_SYNC_TURN_ON" desc="Button label for turning on synchronization of settings across Chrome OS devices.">
Turn on
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_SYNC_TURN_OFF" desc="Button label for turning off synchronization of settings across Chrome OS devices.">
Turn off
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_SYNC_FEATURE_LABEL" desc="Label describing the OS sync feature.">
Your apps and settings will sync across all Chrome OS devices where you are signed in with your Google account. For browser sync options, go to<ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a&gt;</ph>Chrome settings<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>.
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_SYNC_APPS_CHECKBOX_LABEL" desc="Label for the checkbox which enables syncing of apps across devices.">
Apps
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_SYNC_PRINTERS_CHECKBOX_LABEL" desc="Label for the checkbox which enables syncing of printers across devices.">
Printers
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_SYNC_SETTINGS_CHECKBOX_LABEL" desc="Label for the checkbox which enables syncing of OS settings across devices.">
Settings
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_WALLPAPER_CHECKBOX_LABEL" desc="Label for the checkbox which enables syncing of wallpaper across devices.">
Wallpaper
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_SUBMENU_LABEL" desc="Label of Account Manager submenu in Settings page.">
Google Accounts
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_PAGE_TITLE" desc="Title of Account Manager Settings page.">
My accounts
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_FINGERPRINT_SUBPAGE_TITLE" desc="Title of the fingerprint subpage.">
Fingerprint
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_MANAGE_OTHER_PEOPLE" desc="Label for the button that opens the multi-profile user manager.">
Manage other people
</message>
<!-- Languages and Inputs (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_LANGUAGES_AND_INPUT_PAGE_TITLE" desc="Name of the OS settings page which displays language method preferences.">
Languages and input
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_LANGUAGES_LIST_TITLE" desc="Title for the list of the user's preferred written languages.">
Languages
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_LANGUAGES_LANGUAGES_LIST_ORDERING_INSTRUCTIONS" desc="Explanatory message about ordering the list of languages.">
Add languages or reorder list. <ph name="BEGIN_LINK">&lt;a&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="END_LINK">&lt;/a&gt;<ex>&lt;/a&gt;</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_LANGUAGES_INPUT_METHODS_LIST_TITLE" desc="Title for the current input method in the header for the collapsible list of enabled input methods (keyboard layouts and input method editors).">
Input method
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_LANGUAGES_INPUT_METHOD_ENABLED" desc="Label underneath the currently active input method in the list of enabled input methods.">
Enabled
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_LANGUAGES_INPUT_METHODS_EXPAND_ACCESSIBILITY_LABEL" desc="Label for the button that toggles showing the input options (keyboard and keyboard layouts). Only visible by screen reader software.">
Show input options
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_LANGUAGES_INPUT_METHODS_MANAGED_BY_POLICY" desc="Label which is shown on the manage input methods page if input methods are managed by policy.">
Your administrator has limited the available input methods.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_LANGUAGES_INPUT_METHODS_MANAGE" desc="Button under the list of input methods which opens a sub-page that lets the user enable or disable keyboard layouts and input method editors.">
Manage input methods
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_LANGUAGES_MANAGE_INPUT_METHODS_TITLE" desc="Name of the settings sub-page which allows enabling and disabling input methods.">
Manage input methods
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_LANGUAGES_SHOW_IME_MENU" desc="The label for the toggle button controlling showing the IME menu in the shelf.">
Show input options in the shelf
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_LANGUAGES_RESTART_TO_DISPLAY_LANGUAGE" desc="The aria label to be read aloud to describe a button for restarting the device to change the device's UI language.">
Restart device to show system text in <ph name="LANGUAGE">$1<ex>English</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_LANGUAGES_DISPLAY_IN_THIS_LANGUAGE" desc="The label used for a button that changes the UI language.">
Show system text in this language
</message>
<!-- The non-Chrome OS string is in settings_google_chrome_strings.grdp -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_LANGUAGES_IS_DISPLAYED_IN_THIS_LANGUAGE" desc="The label for a language that is currently used as the UI display language.">
System text is shown in this language
</message>
<!-- Device Page (OS Settings) -->
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_TOUCHPAD_REVERSE_SCROLL_LABEL">
Reverse scrolling <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DEVICE_TITLE" desc="Name of the settings page which displays device and peripheral settings.">
Device
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SCROLL_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings, the title above the radio buttons to choose the scrolling behavior.">
Scrolling
</message>
<!-- Personalization Page (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_PERSONALIZATION" desc="Name of the OS settings page which displays personalization preferences.">
Personalization
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CHANGE_PICTURE_TAKE_PHOTO" desc="The text on the button to take photo of the current user.">
Take photo
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CHANGE_PICTURE_CAPTURE_VIDEO" desc="The text on the button to capture video of the current user.">
Capture video
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CHANGE_PICTURE_DISCARD_PHOTO" desc="The text on the button to discard the captured photo or video of the current user.">
Discard photo or video
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CHANGE_PICTURE_PREVIEW_ALT" desc="Alt text for the big preview of user image.">
User image preview
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CHANGE_PICTURE_SWITCH_MODE_TO_VIDEO" desc="The text on the button to switch the mode of the camera to video.">
Switch to video recorder
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CHANGE_PICTURE_DIALOG_TEXT" desc="Text with description of what to do on Change picture subpage.">
Choose a picture to display for your account on the sign-in screen
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CHANGE_PICTURE_SWITCH_MODE_TO_CAMERA" desc="The text on the button to switch the mode of the camera to photo.">
Switch to camera mode
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CHANGE_PICTURE_CHOOSE_FILE" desc="Text on a button that shows file dialog to choose a picture from file.">
Choose a file
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CHANGE_PICTURE_OLD_PHOTO" desc="The text on the existing photo, which was either taken by the webcam or read from a file.">
Existing photo from camera or file
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CHANGE_PICTURE_OLD_VIDEO" desc="The text on the existing video, which was either taken by the webcam or read from a file.">
Existing video from camera or file
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CHANGE_PICTURE_AUTHOR_CREDIT_TEXT" desc="Label in the profile picture picker for the photo credit for the selected image.">
Photo by <ph name="NAME">$1<ex>John Doe</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PHOTO_CAPTURE_ACCESSIBLE_TEXT" desc="The accessible message to speak to announce that a photo was captured.">
Photo was captured
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PHOTO_DISCARD_ACCESSIBLE_TEXT" desc="The accessible message to speak to announce that a photo was discarded.">
Photo was discarded
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PHOTO_MODE_ACCESSIBLE_TEXT" desc="The accessible message to speak to announce a switch to photo mode for camera.">
Photo mode entered
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_VIDEO_MODE_ACCESSIBLE_TEXT" desc="The accessible message to speak to announce a switch to video mode for camera.">
Video mode entered
</message>
<!-- Personalization Page (OS settings) and Appearance Page (Browser settings) -->
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_SET_WALLPAPER" desc="Name of the control which allows the user to set the wallpaper.">
Wallpaper
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_OPEN_WALLPAPER_APP" desc="Sub-label about opening the wallpaper app.">
Open the wallpaper app
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_CHANGE_PICTURE_TITLE" desc="Label for row in settings page that shows the user image picker.">
Change device account image
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_AMBIENT_MODE_TITLE" desc="Label for row in settings page that opens the ambient mode settings page to customize what you see on your screen when the device is idle.">
Ambient mode
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_AMBIENT_MODE_ENABLED" desc="Sub label for the ambient mode row in settings page when it is enabled.">
Enabled
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_AMBIENT_MODE_DISABLED" desc="Sub label for the ambient mode row in settings page when it is disabled.">
Disabled
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_AMBIENT_MODE_ON" desc="Label for the toggle row in ambient mode settings page when it is enabled.">
On
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_AMBIENT_MODE_OFF" desc="Label for the toggle row in ambient mode settings page when it is disabled.">
Off
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_AMBIENT_MODE_TOPIC_SOURCE_TITLE" desc="Label for the radio button group of topic source, where the screen contents come from.">
Choose what you see on your screen
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_AMBIENT_MODE_TOPIC_SOURCE_GOOGLE_PHOTOS" desc="Label for the radio button to choose the topic source from Google Photos.">
Google Photos
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_AMBIENT_MODE_TOPIC_SOURCE_ART_GALLERY" desc="Label for the radio button to choose the topic source from art gallery.">
Art gallery
</message>
<!-- Search and Assistant section. -->
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_SEARCH_ENGINE_LABEL" desc="Label in OS settings describing search engine behavior.">
Preferred search engine
</message>
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_SEARCH_ENGINE_TOOLTIP" desc="Tooltip in OS settings explaining that search engine is used in both the Chrome browser and the Chrome OS app launcher.">
Used by Chrome browser and <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> Launcher
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SEARCH_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT" desc="Label for the Google Assistant button.">
Google Assistant
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SEARCH_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT_ENABLED" desc="Sub label for the Google Assistant button when Assistant is enabled.">
Enabled
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SEARCH_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT_DISABLED" desc="Sub label for the Google Assistant button when Assistant is disabled.">
Disabled
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SEARCH_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT_ON" desc="Row label in Google Assistant settings." meaning="Google Assistant is on.">
On
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SEARCH_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT_OFF" desc="Row label in Google Assistant settings." meaning="Google Assistant is off.">
Off
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SEARCH_AND_ASSISTANT" desc="Name of the settings page which displays search engine and assistant preferences on Chrome OS.">
Search and Assistant
</message>
<!-- Files Page (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_OS_SETTINGS_FILES" desc="Name of the settings page which displays file preferences.">
Files
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISCONNECT_GOOGLE_DRIVE" desc="Label for the checkbox which enables disconnecting from Google Drive account.">
Disconnect Google Drive account
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DOWNLOADS_SMB_SHARES" desc="In Downloads Settings, the title of the SMB shares setting section.">
Network file shares
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DOWNLOADS_SMB_SHARES_LEARN_MORE_LABEL" desc="Label for the link that teaches users how to setup SMB shares.">
Set up or manage network file shares. <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DOWNLOADS_SMB_SHARES_ADD_SHARE" desc="In SMB shares settings subpage, text for the link to add a new SMB share.">
Add file share
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DOWNLOADS_SHARE_ADDED_ERROR_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when mounting a new SMB share fails.">
Error mounting share. Check the file share URL and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DOWNLOADS_SHARE_ADDED_AUTH_FAILED_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when mounting a new SMB share fails due to an authentication failure.">
Error mounting share. Please check your credentials and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DOWNLOADS_SHARE_ADDED_NOT_FOUND_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when mounting a new SMB share fails because the share cannot be found.">
Error mounting share. The specified share was not found on the network.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DOWNLOADS_SHARE_ADDED_UNSUPPORTED_DEVICE_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when mounting a new SMB share fails because the specified device is not supported.">
Error mounting share. Please check that the file server you are connecting to supports SMBv2 or later.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DOWNLOADS_SHARE_ADDED_MOUNT_EXISTS_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when mounting a new SMB share fails because the share is already mounted.">
Error mounting share. The specified share is already mounted.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DOWNLOADS_SHARE_ADDED_TOO_MANY_MOUNTS_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when mounting a new SMB share fails because too many SMB shares are already mounted.">
Error mounting share. Too many SMB shares are already mounted.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DOWNLOADS_SHARE_ADDED_MOUNT_INVALID_URL_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when mounting a new SMB share fails because the URL is an invalid format.">
Invalid URL format. Supported formats are \\server\share and smb://server/share.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DOWNLOADS_SHARE_ADDED_MOUNT_INVALID_SSO_URL_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when mounting a new SMB share fails because the URL is an invalid format when SSO authentication is used.">
Invalid URL format. Server must be specified as a host name when SSO authentication is used.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DOWNLOADS_SHARE_ADDED_SUCCESS_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when a new SMB share is successfully mounted.">
Share mounted successfully.
</message>
<!-- Accessibility -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_A11Y_TABLET_MODE_SHELF_BUTTONS_LABEL" desc="The name of a setting within accessibility settings that controls whether Chrome OS system shelf navigation buttons (for going back, home, or to overview) should be shown when the device is in tablet mode.">
Show navigation buttons
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_A11Y_TABLET_MODE_SHELF_BUTTONS_DESCRIPTION" desc="The description for the setting within accessibility settings that controls whether Chrome OS system shelf navigation buttons should be shown when the device is in tablet mode. The buttons whose visibility the setting controls are the button to go home (to launcher), the button to go back, and the button to go to overview.">
Navigate home, back, and switch apps with buttons in tablet mode. Turned on when ChromeVox or Automatic clicks is enabled.
</message>
<!-- A11y (OS Settings) -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_OPTIONS_IN_MENU_LABEL" desc="Label for checkbox which enables showing accessibility options in the system menu.">
Always show accessibility options in the system menu
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_LARGE_MOUSE_CURSOR_LABEL" desc="Label for checkbox which enables showing a larger mouse cursor than normal.">
Show large mouse cursor
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_LARGE_MOUSE_CURSOR_SIZE_LABEL" desc="Label for a slider which changes the size of large mouse cursor.">
Adjust cursor size
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_LARGE_MOUSE_CURSOR_SIZE_DEFAULT_LABEL" desc="Label in the slider which indicates that this side makes the cursor to its default size.">
Default
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_LARGE_MOUSE_CURSOR_SIZE_LARGE_LABEL" desc="Label in the slider which indicates that this side makes the cursor large.">
Large
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_HIGH_CONTRAST_LABEL" desc="Label for checkbox which enables high-contrast UI.">
Use high contrast mode
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_STICKY_KEYS_LABEL" desc="Label for checkbox which enables sticky keys, with an explanation of the term 'sticky keys'.">
Enable sticky keys (to perform keyboard shortcuts by typing them sequentially)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CHROMEVOX_LABEL" desc="Label for checkbox which enables ChromeVox, with a description of what ChromeVox is.">
Enable ChromeVox (spoken feedback)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CHROMEVOX_OPTIONS_LABEL" desc="Label for button to open ChromeVox options.">
Open ChromeVox settings
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SCREEN_MAGNIFIER_LABEL" desc="Label for checkbox which enables the fullscreen magnifier">
Enable fullscreen magnifier
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SCREEN_MAGNIFIER_ZOOM_LABEL" desc="Label for dropdown menu which contains zoom levels for the fullscreen magnifier">
Fullscreen zoom level:
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DOCKED_MAGNIFIER_LABEL" desc="Label for checkbox which enables the docked magnifier">
Enable docked magnifier
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DOCKED_MAGNIFIER_ZOOM_LABEL" desc="Label for dropdown menu which contains zoom levels for the docked magnifier">
Docked zoom level:
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SCREEN_MAGNIFIER_ZOOM_2_X" desc="Desription of a 2x zoom level">
2x
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SCREEN_MAGNIFIER_ZOOM_4_X" desc="Desription of a 4x zoom level">
4x
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SCREEN_MAGNIFIER_ZOOM_6_X" desc="Desription of a 6x zoom level">
6x
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SCREEN_MAGNIFIER_ZOOM_8_X" desc="Desription of a 8x zoom level">
8x
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SCREEN_MAGNIFIER_ZOOM_10_X" desc="Desription of a 10x zoom level">
10x
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SCREEN_MAGNIFIER_ZOOM_12_X" desc="Desription of a 12x zoom level">
12x
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SCREEN_MAGNIFIER_ZOOM_14_X" desc="Desription of a 14x zoom level">
14x
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SCREEN_MAGNIFIER_ZOOM_16_X" desc="Desription of a 16x zoom level">
16x
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SCREEN_MAGNIFIER_ZOOM_18_X" desc="Desription of a 18x zoom level">
18x
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SCREEN_MAGNIFIER_ZOOM_20_X" desc="Desription of a 20x zoom level">
20x
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TAP_DRAGGING_LABEL" desc="Label for checkbox which enables tap dragging.">
Enable tap dragging
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CLICK_ON_STOP_LABEL" desc="Label for checkbox which enables automatically do a mouse action when the mouse cursor stops.">
Automatically click when the cursor stops
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DELAY_BEFORE_CLICK_LABEL" desc="Label for dropdown menu which contains various time delays for mouse action.">
Delay before click
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DELAY_BEFORE_CLICK_EXTREMELY_SHORT" desc="Description of an extremely short delay before mouse action, at .6 seconds.">
0.6 seconds
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DELAY_BEFORE_CLICK_VERY_SHORT" desc="Description of a very short delay before mouse action, at .8 seconds.">
0.8 seconds
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DELAY_BEFORE_CLICK_SHORT" desc="Description of a short delay before mouse action, at 1 second.">
1 second
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DELAY_BEFORE_CLICK_LONG" desc="Description of a long delay before mouse action, at 2 seconds.">
2 seconds
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DELAY_BEFORE_CLICK_VERY_LONG" desc="Description of a very long delay before mouse action, at 4 seconds.">
4 seconds
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_AUTOCLICK_REVERT_TO_LEFT_CLICK" desc="Description of a checkbox that gives the option to return to the default left click action after taking another action.">
Revert to left click after action
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_AUTOCLICK_STABILIZE_CURSOR_POSITION" desc="Description of a checkbox that gives the option to turn on cursor movmeent stablization.">
Stabilize click location
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_AUTOCLICK_MOVEMENT_THRESHOLD_LABEL" desc="Label for a dropdown menu which that has options for how much mouse movement can occur before a new autoclick is initiated.">
Movement threshold
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_AUTOCLICK_MOVEMENT_THRESHOLD_EXTRA_SMALL" desc="Description of an extra small mouse movement threshold for autoclick mouse movements.">
Extra small
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_AUTOCLICK_MOVEMENT_THRESHOLD_SMALL" desc="Description of a small mouse movement threshold for autoclick mouse movements">
Small
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_AUTOCLICK_MOVEMENT_THRESHOLD_DEFAULT" desc="Description of the default mouse movement threshold for autoclick mouse movements">
Default
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_AUTOCLICK_MOVEMENT_THRESHOLD_LARGE" desc="Description of a large mouse movement threshold for autoclick mouse movements">
Large
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_AUTOCLICK_MOVEMENT_THRESHOLD_EXTRA_LARGE" desc="Description of an extra large mouse movement threshold for autoclick mouse movements">
Extra large
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_DICTATION_DESCRIPTION" desc="Description explaining that Dictation sends audio data to Google for transcription">
Send your voice to Google to allow dictation into any text field.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_DICTATION_LABEL" desc="Label for checkbox which enables the ability to speak into text fields">
Enable dictation (speak to type)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ON_SCREEN_KEYBOARD_LABEL" desc="Label for checkbox which enables an on-screen keyboard.">
Enable on-screen keyboard
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MONO_AUDIO_LABEL" desc="Label for checkbox which enables mono audio output.">
Play the same audio through all speakers (mono audio)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_STARTUP_SOUND_LABEL" desc="Label for checkbox which enables startup sound.">
Play sound on startup
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_DISPLAY_HEADING" desc="In the settings tab, the heading for accessibility features related to the computer's display.">
Display
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_EXPLANATION" desc="Informational message at the top of the accessibility section of the settings page about enabling additional accessibility-related features.">
Enable accessibility features to make your device easier to use. <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_CARET_HIGHLIGHT_DESCRIPTION" desc="In the settings tab, the text next to the checkbox to highlight the caret (the text insertion point) to make it easier to see.">
Highlight the text caret when it appears or moves
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_CURSOR_HIGHLIGHT_DESCRIPTION" desc="In the settings tab, the text next to the checkbox to highlight the mouse cursor when it's moving to make it easier to see.">
Highlight the mouse cursor when it's moving
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_FOCUS_HIGHLIGHT_DESCRIPTION" desc="In the settings tab, the text next to the checkbox to highlight the focused object to make it easier to see.">
Highlight the object with keyboard focus when it changes
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_SELECT_TO_SPEAK_TITLE" desc="In the settings tab, the text next to the checkbox to enable an option to hold a key and click to speak any on-screen text out loud.">
Enable select-to-speak
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_SELECT_TO_SPEAK_DISABLED_DESCRIPTION" desc="In the settings tab, the description of a feature that will read on-screen text out loud. This text is shown when that feature is disabled.">
Hear text read aloud
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_SELECT_TO_SPEAK_DESCRIPTION" desc="For devices with a hardware keyboard. In the settings tab, the description of an option to hold a key and click or drag a box with the mouse to speak any on-screen text out loud.">
Highlight what you want to hear, then press Search + S. You can also press and hold the Search key, or tap the Select-to-Speak icon near your profile image to make a selection.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_SELECT_TO_SPEAK_DESCRIPTION_WITHOUT_KEYBOARD" desc="For devices that do not have a hardware keyboard. In the settings tab, the description of an option to highlight text to be read out loud.">
Tap the Select-to-Speak icon near your profile image, then select what you want to hear.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_SELECT_TO_SPEAK_OPTIONS_LABEL" desc="In the settings tab, the label for the button that opens the Options page for the Select-to-Speak feature.">
Open select-to-speak settings
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_SWITCH_ACCESS_DESCRIPTION" desc="In the settings tab, the text next to the checkbox to enable Switch Access (for users with limited motor control).">
Switch Access (control the computer with just one or two switches)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_SWITCH_ACCESS_OPTIONS_LABEL" desc="In the settings tab, the label for the button that opens the Options page for the Switch Access feature.">
Switch Access options
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MANAGE_SWITCH_ACCESS_SETTINGS" desc="Title of the page to manage Switch Access settings.">
Switch Access settings
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SWITCH_ASSIGNMENT_HEADING" desc="Heading for the settings section for Switch Access to assign switches to actions">
Switch action assignment
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SWITCH_ASSIGN_OPTION_NONE" desc="Label for the option to have no switch assigned to an action.">
None
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SWITCH_ASSIGN_OPTION_SPACE" desc="Label for the option to assign the spacebar as a switch.">
Space
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SWITCH_ASSIGN_OPTION_ENTER" desc="Label for the option to assign the enter key as a switch.">
Enter
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ASSIGN_SELECT_SWITCH_LABEL" desc="Label for the setting to assign a switch to the action 'Select', which selects the currently focused element and begins an interaction (which varies depending on the element/other settings).">
Select
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ASSIGN_NEXT_SWITCH_LABEL" desc="Label for the setting to assign a switch to the action 'Next', which moves focus to the next element.">
Next
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ASSIGN_PREVIOUS_SWITCH_LABEL" desc="Label for the setting to assign a switch to the action 'Previous', which moves focus to the previous element.">
Previous
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SWITCH_ACCESS_AUTO_SCAN_HEADING" desc="Heading for the settings section containing preferences around Switch Access automatically scanning between elements.">
Auto-scan
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SWITCH_ACCESS_AUTO_SCAN_LABEL" desc="Label for the toggle which enables automatic scanning between elements in Switch Access.">
Enable auto-scan
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SWITCH_ACCESS_AUTO_SCAN_SPEED_LABEL" desc="Label for slider which sets the time interval for Switch Access to automatically scan to the next element.">
Scanning speed
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SWITCH_ACCESS_AUTO_SCAN_KEYBOARD_SPEED_LABEL" desc="Label for slider which sets the time interval for Switch Access to automatically scan to the next element while navigating in the keyboard. Switch Access is an alternative input method designed for users with limited mobility, where the user has as little as one switch (for example, a button) to control the computer.">
Keyboard scanning speed
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DURATION_IN_SECONDS" desc="A duration in seconds. Should be short.">
<ph name="DURATION">$1<ex>1.5</ex></ph>s
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_HEADING" desc="In the settings tab, the heading for accessibility features that enable the computer to speak text from the computer screen.">
Text-to-Speech
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_DISPLAY_SETTINGS_TITLE" desc="In the settings tab, the title of a link to open display settings.">
Open display device settings
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_DISPLAY_SETTINGS_DESCRIPTION" desc="In the settings tab, an explanation that the display settings have options to adjust the screen resolution.">
Allows you to adjust your screen resolution
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_APPEARANCE_SETTINGS_TITLE" desc="In the settings tab, the title of a link to open appearance settings.">
Open appearance settings
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_APPEARANCE_SETTINGS_DESCRIPTION" desc="In the settings tab, an explanation that the appearance settings allows you to change the size of text on the screen.">
Customize your text size
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_KEYBOARD_AND_TEXT_INPUT_HEADING" desc="In the settings tab, the heading above settings related to the keyboard and other text input.">
Keyboard and text input
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_KEYBOARD_SETTINGS_TITLE" desc="In the settings tab, the title of a link to open keyboard settings.">
Open keyboard device settings
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_KEYBOARD_SETTINGS_DESCRIPTION" desc="In the settings tab, an explanation that the keyboard settings let you adjust the rate at which keys automatically repeat when held down, automatic prediction of words, and more.">
Allows you to adjust your keyboard repeat rate, word prediction, and more
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_MOUSE_AND_TOUCHPAD_HEADING" desc="In the settings tab, the heading for the section on mouse and touchpad settings.">
Mouse and touchpad
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_MOUSE_SETTINGS_TITLE" desc="In the settings tab, the title of a link to open mouse and touchpad settings.">
Open mouse and touchpad device settings
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_MOUSE_SETTINGS_DESCRIPTION" desc="In the settings tab, an explanation that the mouse and touchpad settings allows you to turn the tap-to-click and tap dragging features on and off.">
Allows you to enable/disable tap-to-click and tap dragging
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_AUDIO_AND_CAPTIONS_HEADING" desc="In the settings tab, the heading for the section on audio / sound and caption settings.">
Audio and captions
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_ADDITIONAL_FEATURES_TITLE" desc="In the settings tab, the title of a link that adds additional accessibility features not found in the built-in settings.">
Add additional features
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MANAGE_TTS_SETTINGS" desc="Link to manage text-to-speech settings">
Text-to-Speech voice settings
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TTS_LINK_DESCRIPTION" desc="Description of link to manage text-to-speech settings">
Select and customize text-to-speech voices
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_VOICES" desc="Heading describing a collection of listboxes on the text-to-speech settings page. Each listbox is associated with a language, and contains all possible voices for that language">
Preferred Voices
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_NO_VOICES_MESSAGE" desc="Message when no text-to-speech voices are found on the Chrome OS device.">
No voices found
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_MORE_LANGUAGES" desc="Label for a toggle button letting users know they can pick default voices for more languages which are not shown by default">
More languages
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_PROPERTIES" desc="Heading describing a collection of input controls for a section of text-to-speech settings on speech properties, including speech pitch and rate">
Speech Properties
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_RATE" desc="The rate (speed) of speech in text-to-speech settings.">
Rate
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_RATE_MINIMUM_LABEL" desc="A label for the minimum side of a slider allowing users to change their text-to-speech speech rate">
Slowest
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_RATE_MAXIMUM_LABEL" desc="A label for the maximum side of a slider allowing users to change their text-to-speech speech rate">
Fastest
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_PITCH" desc="The pitch of speech in text-to-speech settings.">
Pitch
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_PITCH_MINIMUM_LABEL" desc="A label for the minimum side of a slider allowing users to change their text-to-speech speech pitch">
Lowest
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_PITCH_MAXIMUM_LABEL" desc="A label for the maximum side of a slider allowing users to change their text-to-speech speech pitch">
Highest
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_VOLUME" desc="The volume of speech compared to system volume in text-to-speech settings.">
Volume
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_VOLUME_MINIMUM_LABEL" desc="A label for the minimum side of a slider allowing users to change their text-to-speech speech volume">
Quietest
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_VOLUME_MAXIMUM_LABEL" desc="A label for the maximum side of a slider allowing users to change their text-to-speech speech volume">
Loudest
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PERCENTAGE" desc="A number displayed as a percentage">
<ph name="PERCENTAGE">$1<ex>120</ex></ph>%
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DEFAULT_PERCENTAGE" desc="A number displayed as a percentage, which is the normal or default.">
<ph name="PERCENTAGE">$1<ex>120</ex></ph>% (default)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_PREVIEW_HEADING" desc="The heading for a section of the text-to-speech settings page where a user can preview text to speech">
Preview
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_PREVIEW_INPUT_LABEL" desc="The label for sample input for a section of the text-to-speech settings page where a user can preview text to speech.">
Text to preview
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_PREVIEW_INPUT" desc="The sample input for a section of the text-to-speech settings page where a user can preview text to speech. Users will hear this read aloud.">
Hi there! I'm your text-to-speech voice.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_PREVIEW_VOICE" desc="Label for a dropdown to select preview voice in the section of the text-to-speech settings page where a user can preview text to speech.">
Voice to preview
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_PREVIEW_PLAY" desc="A button on the text-to-speech settings page to start playing a preview of text to speech">
Play
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TEXT_TO_SPEECH_ENGINES" desc="Heading for a section of text-to-speech settings to do per-engine settings">
Speech Engines
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCESSIBILITY_MANAGE_ACCESSIBILITY_FEATURES" desc="In the settings tab, the title of a link that opens a screen allowing the user to change accessibility features.">
Manage accessibility features
</message>
<!-- Account Manager (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_DESCRIPTION" desc="Description of the Account Manager Settings page. Shown just below the title of the page.">
Manage your signed-in accounts. Websites, apps, and extensions in Chrome and Google Play may use these accounts to customize your experience, depending on permissions. <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_CHILD_DESCRIPTION" desc="Description of the Account Manager Settings page for child users. Shown just below the title of the page.">
Add a school account or manage child accounts here. <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_LIST_HEADER" desc="List header for Account List in Account Manager Settings page.">
Accounts
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_PRIMARY_ACCOUNT_TOOLTIP" desc="Tooltip for the primary account in accounts list in Settings describing how to sign out.">
To sign out of the primary account on this device, click the time on your screen. In the menu that appears, click "Sign out".
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_REMOVE_ACCOUNT_LABEL" desc="Label of the Remove account button in Account Manager.">
Remove this account
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_ADD_ACCOUNT_LABEL" desc="Label of the Add account button in Account Manager.">
Add account
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_ADD_SCHOOL_ACCOUNT_LABEL" desc="Label of the button to add a school/EDU account in Account Manager.">
Add school account
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_SECONDARY_ACCOUNTS_DISABLED_TEXT" desc="Text for 'secondary accounts disabled' message in Settings page.">
Your administrator has disabled the addition of more Google Accounts
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_SECONDARY_ACCOUNTS_DISABLED_CHILD_TEXT" desc="Text for 'secondary accounts disabled' message for child accounts in Settings page.">
Addition of more Google Accounts is disabled
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_SIGNED_OUT_ACCOUNT_PLACEHOLDER" desc="Placeholder text for the full name of a signed out account in Account Manager.">
Sign in again
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_UNMIGRATED_ACCOUNT_PLACEHOLDER" desc="Placeholder text for the unmigrated account in Account Manager.">
Not updated yet
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_MIGRATION_LABEL" desc="Label of the migration button on Account Manager Settings page.">
Update account
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_REAUTHENTICATION_LABEL" desc="Label of the re-authentication button on Account Manager Settings page.">
Sign in
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_MIGRATION_TOOLTIP" desc="Tooltip text (shows on hover or for screenreaders) for the migration button on Account Manager Settings page.">
Update account, <ph name="EMAIL">$1<ex>abcd@google.com</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_REAUTHENTICATION_TOOLTIP" desc="Tooltip text (shows on hover or for screenreaders) for the re-authentication button on Account Manager Settings page.">
Sign in, <ph name="EMAIL">$1<ex>abcd@google.com</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_MORE_ACTIONS_TOOLTIP" desc="Tooltip text (shows on hover or for screenreaders) for a button that shows a menu with more actions when clicked or tapped.">
More actions, <ph name="EMAIL">$1<ex>abcd@google.com</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_MANAGEMENT_STATUS_MANAGED_ACCOUNT" desc="Management status label for managed accounts. This will be e.g. 'Managed by google.com' for Enterprise accounts and 'Managed by Family Link' for child accounts.">
Managed by <ph name="DOMAIN">$1<ex>google.com</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ACCOUNT_MANAGER_MANAGEMENT_STATUS_UNMANAGED_ACCOUNT" desc="Management status label for unmanaged accounts.">
Primary account
</message>
<!-- Plugin VM page (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PLUGIN_VM_PAGE_TITLE" desc="The title of Plugin VM section.">
Plugin VM
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PLUGIN_VM_PAGE_LABEL" desc="The text associated with the primary section setting for Plugin VM.">
Plugin VM
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PLUGIN_VM_PAGE_SUBTEXT" desc="Description for the section for managing Plugin VM.">
Set up permissions
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PLUGIN_VM_PRINTER_ACCESS" desc="The text in the settings page for allowing printer access from Plugin VM.">
Give access to printers
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PLUGIN_VM_SHARED_PATHS" desc="Label for managing shared folders for Plugin VM.">
Manage shared folders
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PLUGIN_VM_SHARED_PATHS_LIST_HEADING" desc="Label for list of shared folders.">
Shared folders
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PLUGIN_VM_SHARED_PATHS_INSTRUCTIONS_ADD" desc="Instructions for how to add shared folders in Plugin VM.">
To share, right-click on a folder in Files app, then select "Share with Plugin VM".
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PLUGIN_VM_SHARED_PATHS_INSTRUCTIONS_REMOVE" desc="Instructions for removing shared folders in Plugin VM.">
Removing folders from here will stop sharing but will not delete files.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PLUGIN_VM_SHARED_PATHS_REMOVE_SHARING" desc="Tooltip to show when hovering on the remove icon for a Plugin VM shared folder.">
Remove sharing
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PLUGIN_VM_REMOVE_LABEL" desc="Label for the row to open a dialog confirming removal of Plugin VM.">
Uninstall Plugin VM
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PLUGIN_VM_REMOVE_BUTTON" desc="Label for the button to open a dialog confirming removal of Plugin VM.">
Uninstall
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PLUGIN_VM_CONFIRM_REMOVE_DIALOG_BODY" desc="Message of the confirmation dialog displayed before removal begins.">
Removing Plugin VM will delete your VM. This includes its applications, settings, and data. Are you sure you wish to continue?
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PLUGIN_VM_CAMERA_ACCESS_TITLE" desc="The text in the settings page for allowing camera access from Plugin VM.">
Give access to camera
</message>
<!-- Crostini -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_TITLE" desc="The title of Crostini section.">
Linux (Beta)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_LABEL" desc="The text associated with the primary section setting.">
Linux
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_SHARED_PATHS" desc="Label for managing shared folders in Crostini.">
Manage shared folders
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_SHARED_PATHS_LIST_HEADING" desc="Label for list of shared folders.">
Shared folders
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_SHARED_PATHS_INSTRUCTIONS_ADD" desc="Instructions for how to add shared folders in Crostini.">
To share, right-click on a folder in Files app, then select "Share with Linux".
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_SHARED_PATHS_INSTRUCTIONS_REMOVE" desc="Instructions for removing shared folders in Crostini.">
Removing folders from here will stop sharing but will not delete files.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_SHARED_PATHS_REMOVE_SHARING" desc="Tooltip to show when hovering on the remove icon for a crostini shared folder.">
Remove sharing
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_SHARED_PATHS_REMOVE_FAILURE_DIALOG_MESSAGE" desc="Message to show user when unsharing a crostini shared folder fails.">
Couldn't unshare because an application is using this folder. The folder will be unshared when Linux is next shut down.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_SHARED_PATHS_REMOVE_FAILURE_DIALOG_TITLE" desc="Title of the error dialog shown to a user when unsharing a crostini shared folder fails.">
Unshare failed
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_SHARED_PATHS_REMOVE_FAILURE_TRY_AGAIN" desc="Button text in the dialog shown when unsharing a crostini shared folder fails. Pressing this button will attempt to unshare the folder again.">
Try again
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_SHARED_PATHS_LIST_EMPTY_MESSAGE" desc="Message shown when the user has not yet shared any folders in Crostini.">
Shared folders will appear here
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_EXPORT_IMPORT_TITLE" desc="Title for crostini container export and imoprt (backup and restore) section">
Backup &amp; restore
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_EXPORT" desc="Tile for exporting (backing up) the crostini container.">
Backup
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_EXPORT_LABEL" desc="Description shown next to the button to export (backup) Crostini.">
Backup Linux apps and files
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_IMPORT" desc="Title for importing (restoring) the crostini container.">
Restore
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_IMPORT_LABEL" desc="Description shown next to the button to import (restore) Crostini.">
Replace your Linux apps and files with a previous backup
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_CONFIRM_IMPORT_DIALOG_WINDOW_TITLE" desc="Title of the confirmation dialog displayed before container import begins.">
Confirm Restore
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_CONFIRM_IMPORT_DIALOG_WINDOW_MESSAGE" desc="Message of the confirmation dialog displayed before container import begins.">
Restoring from a backup will delete existing Linux applications and data in your Linux files folder.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_REMOVE_BUTTON" desc="Label for the button to open a dialog confirming removal of Crostini.">
Remove
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_SHARED_USB_DEVICES_LABEL" desc="Label for managing shared USB devices.">
USB preferences
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_SHARED_USB_DEVICES_DESCRIPTION" desc="Description for managing shared USB devices.">
Give Linux apps permission to access USB devices. Linux won't remember a USB device after it's removed.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_SHARED_USB_DEVICES_EXTRA_DESCRIPTION" desc="Extra description for managing shared USB devices.">
Only Android devices are currently supported.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_SHARED_USB_DEVICES_LIST_EMPTY_MESSAGE" desc="Message shown when there are no avaiable USB devices.">
Available USB devices will appear here.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_ARC_ADB_TITLE" desc="Title of ARC ADB sideloading section.">
Develop Android apps
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_ARC_ADB_DESCRIPTION" desc="Description of ARC ADB sideloading in Settings.">
To create and test your apps, enable the Android Debug Bridge (ADB). Note that this action allows installation of Android apps that haven't been verified by Google, and requires a factory reset to disable.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_ARC_ADB_LABEL" desc="Label for enabling ADB in ARC.">
Enable ADB debugging
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_ARC_ADB_RESTART_BUTTON" desc="Label for the button that initiates the ADB enabling flow by restarting the device.">
Restart and continue
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_ARC_ADB_CONFIRMATION_TITLE_ENABLE" desc="Confirmation dialog title to restart for enabling ADB.">
Enable ADB debugging?
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_ARC_ADB_CONFIRMATION_TITLE_DISABLE" desc="Confirmation dialog title to restart for disabling ADB.">
Disable ADB debugging?
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_CONTAINER_UPGRADE_MESSAGE" desc="Message shown when an upgrade to Debian 10 (codenamed Buster) is available.">
An upgrade to Debian 10 (Buster) is available
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_CONTAINER_UPGRADE_SUBTEXT" desc="The current version the user has.">
Current version is Debian 9 (Stretch)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_CONTAINER_UPGRADE_BUTTON" desc="Label for the button that launches the upgrade to Debian 10 for Crostini.">
Upgrade
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_PORT_FORWARDING" desc="Label for managing port forwarding in Linux on ChromeOS.">
Port forwarding
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_PORT_FORWARDING_DESCRIPTION" desc="Description for managing port forwarding in Linux on ChromeOS.">
Make Linux ports available to other devices on your network.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_PORT_FORWARDING_NO_PORTS" desc="Label for when user has no port forwarding preferences.">
Your ports will appear here
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_PORT_FORWARDING_LIST_PORT_NUMBER" desc="Column heading for the port number of current port preferences.">
Port number
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_PORT_FORWARDING_LIST_LABEL" desc="Column heading for the port label of current port preferences.">
Label
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_PORT_FORWARDING_ADD_PORT_BUTTON" desc="Label for the button to open a dialog to add a new port.">
Add
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_PORT_FORWARDING_ADD_PORT_BUTTON_DESCRIPTION" desc="Accessibility label for the button to open a dialog to add a new port.">
Add Port
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_PORT_FORWARDING_ADD_PORT_DIALOG_TITLE" desc="Title for the add port dialog box.">
Add port number
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_PORT_FORWARDING_ADD_PORT_DIALOG_LABEL" desc="Label for the text input of an optional label.">
Label (Optional)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_PORT_FORWARDING_TCP" desc="Label for the TCP protocol when forwarding ports.">
TCP
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_PORT_FORWARDING_UDP" desc="Label for the UDP protocol when forwarding ports.">
UDP
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_PORT_FORWARDING_ADD_ERROR" desc="Description for the error when adding an invalid port.">
Error forwarding port
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_DISK_RESIZE_SHOW_BUTTON" desc="The label of the button/link the user clicks to open the disk resizing dialogue." meaning="The label of the button/link the user clicks to open the disk resizing dialogue.">
Change
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_DISK_RESIZE_LABEL" desc="The label on the row in settings for managing Crostini's disk size.">
Disk size
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_DISK_RESIZE_TITLE" desc="The title of the settings dialogue the user uses to resize the Crostini (AKA Linux (Beta)) Disk.">
Resize Linux Disk
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_DISK_RESIZE_UNSUPPORTED" desc="The message diusplayed to the user when resizing their Crostini disk isn't supported, explaining a workaround.">
Your container doesn't support being resized. To adjust the amount of space that is pre-allocated to Linux (Beta), back up and then restore into a new container.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_DISK_RESIZE_LOADING" desc="The message shown to the user while fetching the data needed to resize their disk.">
Loading data, this may take up to a few seconds.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_DISK_RESIZE_ERROR" desc="The message shown to the user when loading data to offer the resize failed. This error is retryable.">
Error loading data
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_DISK_RESIZE_ERROR_RETRY" desc="The label of the button to retry loading data if the operation previously failed.">
Retry
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_DISK_RESIZE_CANCEL" desc="The label of the button to close the resize dialogue without making any changes.">
Cancel
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_DISK_RESIZE_GO_BUTTON" desc="The label of the button to perform the resize operation on the user's Crostini disk">
Resize
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_DISK_RESIZE_IN_PROGRESS" desc="The message displayed to the user while disk resizing is in progress.">
Resizing
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_DISK_RESIZE_RESIZING_ERROR" desc="The message displayed to the user when disk resizing failed.">
Error resizing disk
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_DISK_RESIZE_DONE" desc="The message displayed to the user once disk resizing has completed successfully.">
Done
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_ARC_ADB_POWERWASH_REQUIRED_SUBLABEL" desc="Sublabel notifying user of powerwash requirement before enabling ARC ADB sideloading.">
A factory reset of this Chromebook is required to enable ADB debugging. <ph name="BEGIN_LINK_LEARN_MORE">&lt;a target="_blank" href="$1"&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="END_LINK_LEARN_MORE">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_ARC_ADB_CONFIRMATION_MESSAGE_ENABLE" desc="Describes what will happen if the user enables ADB Sideloading.">
To enable ADB debugging, a restart of this <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> is required. Disabling it requires a reset to factory settings.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_ARC_ADB_CONFIRMATION_MESSAGE_DISABLE" desc="Describes what will happen if the user disables ADB Sideloading.">
Disabling ADB debugging will reset this <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> to factory settings. All user accounts and local data will be erased.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_SHARED_PATHS_INSTRUCTIONS_LOCATE" desc="Instructions for how to locate shared folders in Crostini.">
Shared folders are available in Linux at <ph name="BASE_DIR">$1<ex>/mnt/chromeos</ex></ph>.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_SUBTEXT" desc="Description for the section for enabling and managing Crostini.">
Run Linux tools, editors, and IDEs on your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph>. &lt;a target="_blank" href="<ph name="URL">$2<ex>https://google.com/</ex></ph>"&gt;Learn more&lt;/a&gt;
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_REMOVE" desc="Label for the row to open a dialog confirming removal of Crostini.">
Remove Linux for <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_PORT_FORWARDING_TABLE_TITLE" desc="Title for the list display of current preferences.">
Ports
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_MIC_TITLE" desc="Title for sharing mic with Crostini.">
Give access to microphone
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_MIC_DIALOG_TITLE" desc="Dialog title for sharing mic with Crostini.">
Linux restart required
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_CROSTINI_MIC_DIALOG_LABEL" desc="Dialog label for sharing mic with Crostini.">
Changes to microphone will take effect when Linux is next restarted.
</message>
<!-- Android apps page (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ANDROID_APPS_LABEL" desc="The text associated with the primary section setting.">
Google Play Store
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ANDROID_APPS_MANAGE_APPS" desc="Label for launching Android apps settings.">
Manage Android preferences
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ANDROID_APPS_REMOVE" desc="Label for the control to open a dialog confirming removal of the Google Play Store.">
Remove Google Play Store
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ANDROID_APPS_REMOVE_BUTTON" desc="Label for the button for the removal of the Google Play Store">
Remove
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ANDROID_APPS_DISABLE_DIALOG_TITLE" desc="Title of the confirmation dialog for disabling android apps.">
Remove Android apps?
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ANDROID_APPS_DISABLE_DIALOG_REMOVE" desc="Label for confirmation button in the disable android apps dialog.">
Remove Android apps
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ANDROID_APPS_MANAGE_APP_LINKS" desc="Label for accessing app preferrences on ARC side.">
Manage Play app links
</message>
<!-- Device Stylus (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_STYLUS_TITLE" desc="Title of the stylus settings page.">
Stylus
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_STYLUS_ENABLE_STYLUS_TOOLS" desc="Toggle that lets the user enable or disable the stylus tools.">
Show stylus tools in the shelf
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_STYLUS_AUTO_OPEN_STYLUS_TOOLS" desc="Label that tells the user that the stylus tools will be automatically opened and closed when they insert or eject the stylus.">
Open stylus tools when the stylus is removed
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_STYLUS_FIND_MORE_APPS_PRIMARY" desc="Primary URL label that opens up the Play Store to a curated list of stylus applications.">
Find more stylus apps
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_STYLUS_FIND_MORE_APPS_SECONDARY" desc="Secondary (below the primary) URL label that opens up the Play Store to a curated list of stylus applications.">
Open Google Play
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_STYLUS_NOTE_TAKING_APP_LABEL" desc="Label describing a dropdown that lets the user pick their default note-taking applications. The dropdown contains a list of all available choices. The user can install additional apps, so the contents of the dropdown is dynamic.">
Note-taking app
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_STYLUS_NOTE_TAKING_APP_LOCK_SCREEN_CHECKBOX" desc="Label for a check box that enables note-taking by selected note-taking application when user session is locked (i.e. when lock screen is shown).">
Enable note-taking from lock screen
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_STYLUS_NOTE_TAKING_APP_KEEP_LATEST_NOTE" desc="Label for a check box that, when checked, indicates that the note-taking app should keep the latest note the user took while on the lock screen available to the user whenever the app is launched on the lock screen (i.e. if the active app window is closed, the note should be visible the next time the app is launched).">
Keep latest note on lock screen
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_STYLUS_LOCK_SCREEN_NOTES_TITLE" desc="In stylus settings, title of a section that contains settings for controlling note taking on the lock screen.">
Lock screen notes
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_STYLUS_NOTE_TAKING_APP_NONE_AVAILABLE" desc="Secondary label used when there are no note-taking applications available.">
None available
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_STYLUS_NOTE_TAKING_APP_WAITING_FOR_ANDROID" desc="Secondary label used when the list of note-taking apps is not yet available, because the internal android container has not yet finished starting.">
Loading apps...
</message>
<!-- Bluetooth page (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONNECTED" desc="In Bluetooth device list, this label is shown below a device which is already connected.">
Connected
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONNECTED_WITH_BATTERY" desc="In Bluetooth device list, this label is shown below a device which is already connected and has a known battery percentage.">
Connected, <ph name="BATTERY_PERCENTAGE">$1<ex>100</ex></ph>% battery
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONNECTING">
Connecting...
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_DEVICE_LIST_PAIRED" desc="Title of the settings subsection listing paired Bluetooth devices.">
Paired devices
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_PRIMARY_USER_CONTROLLED" desc="Settings > Bluetooth > Text to show when Bluetooth configuration is controlled by the primary user.">
Bluetooth configuration is controlled by <ph name="USER_EMAIL">$1<ex>joe@gmail.com</ex></ph>.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_DEVICE_LIST_UNPAIRED" desc="Title of the settings subsection listing unpaired Bluetooth devices.">
Unpaired devices
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONNECT" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Text for dropdown meny item to connect to a device.">
Connect
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_DISCONNECT" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: dropdown meny item to disconnect from a device.">
Disconnect
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_TOGGLE_ACCESSIBILITY_LABEL" desc="Accessibility only label for Bluetooth enable/disable toggle.">
Bluetooth enable
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_EXPAND_ACCESSIBILITY_LABEL" desc="Label for the button that toggles showing available Bluetooth devices. Only visible by screen reader software.">
Show available Bluetooth devices
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_NO_DEVICES" desc="Message displayed when there are no paired Bluetooth devices scan.">
No paired devices
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_NO_DEVICES_FOUND" desc="Message displayed when no Bluetooth devices are found after a scan.">
No Bluetooth devices found
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_NOT_CONNECTED" desc="In Bluetooth device list, this label is shown below a device which is not connected.">
Not connected
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH" desc="Name of the settings page which displays Bluetooth device settings.">
Bluetooth
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_PAIR_DEVICE_TITLE" desc="Title of the settings dialog for adding or pairing Bluetooth a device.">
Connect to Bluetooth device
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_REMOVE" desc="Label for removing (unpairing) a paired Bluetooth device">
Remove from list
</message> <message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_PAIR" desc="Label for the settings button to pair a previously paired Bluetooth device.">
Pair
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_ENTER_KEY" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Text for enter key when pairing keyboard devices." >
enter
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_ACCEPT_PASSKEY" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Text for button to accept pairing code.">
Accept
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_REJECT_PASSKEY" desc="Bluetooth pairing dialog: Text for button to reject pairing a device.">
Reject
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_REQUEST_PINCODE" desc="Bluetooth pairing message typically displayed when the external Bluetooth 2.0 and older device has no display or means of input.">
Please enter the PIN for "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus S</ex></ph>":
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_DISPLAY_PINCODE" desc="Bluetooth pairing message typically displayed when pairing a Bluetooth 2.0 and older wireless keyboard.">
Please enter this PIN code on "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus S</ex></ph>":
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_REQUEST_PASSKEY" desc="Bluetooth pairing message typically displayed when the external Bluetooth 2.1 and later device has no display or means of input, and does not support SSP.">
Please enter the passkey for "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus S</ex></ph>":
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_DISPLAY_PASSKEY" desc="Bluetooth pairing message typically displayed when pairing a Bluetooth 2.1 and later wireless keyboard.">
Please enter this passkey on "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus S</ex></ph>":
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONFIRM_PASSKEY" desc="Bluetooth pairing message typically shown when pairing with a device that has a display.">
Please confirm this passkey is shown on "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus S</ex></ph>":
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_START_CONNECTING">
Connecting to "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus S</ex></ph>"
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONNECT_IN_PROGRESS">
Connection to "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>" still in progress
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONNECT_FAILED">
Failed to connect to "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus S</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONNECT_AUTH_FAILED">
Authentication failed while connecting to "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONNECT_AUTH_CANCELED">
Authentication canceled while connecting to "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONNECT_AUTH_REJECTED">
Authentication code rejected while connecting to "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONNECT_AUTH_TIMEOUT">
Authentication timeout while connecting to "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONNECT_UNSUPPORTED_DEVICE">
Unsupported Bluetooth device: "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONNECT_ATTRIBUTE_LENGTH_INVALID">
Write operation exceeds the maximum length of the attribute to: "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONNECT_CONNECTION_CONGESTED">
Connection is congested to remote device: "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONNECT_INSUFFICIENT_ENCRYPTION">
Insufficient encryption for a given operation on: "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONNECT_OFFSET_INVALID">
Read or write operation was requested with an invalid offset on: "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONNECT_READ_NOT_PERMITTED">
Read operation is not permitted on: "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONNECT_REQUEST_NOT_SUPPORTED">
The given request is not supported to: "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BLUETOOTH_CONNECT_WRITE_NOT_PERMITTED">
Write operation is not permitted on: "<ph name="DEVICE_NAME">$1<ex>Nexus 4</ex></ph>".
</message>
<!-- Parental Controls -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PARENTAL_CONTROLS_PAGE_TITLE" desc="Name of the settings page which manages ChromeOS's parental controls.">
Parental controls
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PARENTAL_CONTROLS_PAGE_SET_UP_LABEL" desc="Label/description of the settings page which manages ChromeOS's parental controls.">
Set website restrictions &amp; screen time limits with Family Link
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PARENTAL_CONTROLS_PAGE_CONNECT_TO_INTERNET_LABEL" desc="Label/description shown when the Parental control setup can't be launched because there is no Internet Connection.">
Connect to the internet to set up parental controls
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PARENTAL_CONTROLS_PAGE_VIEW_SETTINGS_LABEL" desc="Label/description of the settings page which manages ChromeOS's parental controls.">
Open the Family Link app to see your supervision settings
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PARENTAL_CONTROLS_SET_UP_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="Label/description of the button which launches page which enables ChromeOS's parental controls.">
Set up
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PARENTAL_CONTROLS_SET_UP_BUTTON_ROLE" desc="Role description of the button which launches page which enables ChromeOS's parental controls. Spoken aloud by screen readers when the Set Up button is focused">
Set up button
</message>
<!-- Device pointer page (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MOUSE_TITLE" desc="In Device Settings, the title of the mouse settings subpage.">
Mouse
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TOUCHPAD_TITLE" desc="In Device Settings, the title of the touchpad settings subpage.">
Touchpad
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TOUCHPAD_TAP_TO_CLICK_ENABLED_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings, the text next to the checkbox that allows tapping the touchpad to work as a click.">
Enable tap-to-click
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TOUCHPAD_SPEED_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings, the text next to the slider that sets the speed (sensitivity) of the touchpad.">
Touchpad speed
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TOUCHPAD_SCROLL_SPEED_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings, the text next to the slider that sets the speed (sensitivity) of touchpad scrolling.">
Touchpad scroll speed
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_POINTER_SPEED_SLOW_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings, the text under the left (less sensitive) side of the slider for the pointer (mouse/touch) speed (sensitivity).">
Slow
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_POINTER_SPEED_FAST_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings, the text under the right (more sensitive) side of the slider for the pointer (mouse/touchpad) speed (sensitivity).">
Fast
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MOUSE_SPEED_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings, the text next to the slider that sets the speed (sensitivity) of the mouse.">
Mouse speed
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MOUSE_SCROLL_SPEED_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings, the text next to the slider that sets the speed (sensitivity) of mouse scrolling.">
Mouse scroll speed
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MOUSE_SWAP_BUTTONS_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings, the text next to the checkbox to set the primary mouse button to the right button instead of the left button.">
Swap primary mouse button
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MOUSE_REVERSE_SCROLL_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings, the text next to the checkbox to set reverse scrolling.">
Reverse scrolling
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MOUSE_ACCELERATION_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings, the text next to the checkbox to disable mouse acceleration.">
Enable mouse acceleration
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MOUSE_SCROLL_ACCELERATION_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings, the text next to the toggle for mouse scroll acceleration.">
Enable mouse scroll acceleration
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TOUCHPAD_ACCELERATION_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings, the text next to the checkbox to disable touchpad acceleration.">
Enable touchpad acceleration
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_TOUCHPAD_SCROLL_ACCELERATION_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings, the text next to the toggle for touchpad scroll acceleration.">
Enable touchpad scroll acceleration
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MOUSE_AND_TOUCHPAD_TITLE" desc="In Device Settings, the title of the mouse and touchpad settings subpage (when the user has both types of devices).">
Mouse and touchpad
</message>
<!-- Printing Page (OS Settings)-->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINT_SERVER" desc="Label for button that allows the user to access the add print server dialog.">
Print server
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTERS" desc="In Printing Settings, the title of the CUPS printers setting section.">
Printers
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTERS_LEARN_MORE_LABEL" desc="Label for the link that teaches users how to use CUPS printing.">
Set up or manage CUPS printers. <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTERS_ADD_PRINTER" desc="In CUPS printing settings subpage, text for the link adding a new CUPS printer.">
Add Printer
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTERS_ADD_DETECTED_OR_NEW_PRINTER" desc="In CUPS printing settings subpage, explanatory text for the nearby printers list.">
Save detected printers to your profile, or add a new printer. <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTERS_AVAILABLE_PRINTERS" desc="In CUPS printing settings subpage, title for the nearby printers list.">
Add printers to your profile
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTERS_AVAILABLE_PRINTERS_COUNT_MANY" desc="In CUPS printing settings subpage, this message will be read aloud to the user to inform them on the number of printers showing on the screen that are available to save.">
There are <ph name="PRINTER_COUNT">$1<ex>3</ex></ph> printers available to save.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTERS_AVAILABLE_PRINTER_COUNT_ONE" desc="In CUPS printing settings subpage, this message will be read aloud to the user to inform them there is only 1 printer available to save.">
There is 1 printer available to save.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTERS_AVAILABLE_PRINTER_COUNT_NONE" desc="In CUPS printing settings subpage, this message will be read aloud to the user to inform them there are no printers available to save.">
There are no printers available to save.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTERS_EDIT" desc="Text for the drop down menu which allows the user to edit the printer details.">
Edit
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTERS_REMOVE" desc="Text for the drop down menu which allows the user to remove the selected printer.">
Remove
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_SETUP_BUTTON" desc="Text for the button which allows the user to manually setup a CUPS printer.">
Set up
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_SETUP_BUTTON_ARIA" desc="Label to be read aloud by the screen reader for the button which allows the user to manually setup a CUPS printer.">
Set up <ph name="PRINTER_NAME">$1<ex>HP OfficeJet 500</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_SAVE_BUTTON" desc="Text for the button which allows the user to add an automatically discovered printer to the user's saved printer list.">
Save
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_SAVE_BUTTON_ARIA" desc="Label to be read aloud by the screen reader for the button which allows the user to add an automatically discovered printer to the user's saved printer list.">
Save <ph name="PRINTER_NAME">$1<ex>HP OfficeJet 500</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_SEARCH_LABEL" desc="The placeholder text in the printer search field.">
Search printers
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_SAVED_PRINTERS_TITLE" desc="Text for the title of the user's saved printers list.">
Your saved printers
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTERS_SAVED_PRINTERS_COUNT_MANY" desc="In CUPS printing settings subpage, this message will be read aloud to the user to inform them on the number of printers previously saved by the user.">
You have <ph name="PRINTER_COUNT">$1<ex>3</ex></ph> saved printers.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTERS_SAVED_PRINTERS_COUNT_ONE" desc="In CUPS printing settings subpage, this message will be read aloud to the user to inform them there is only 1 printer previously saved.">
You have 1 saved printer.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTERS_SAVED_PRINTERS_COUNT_NONE" desc="In CUPS printing settings subpage, this message will be read aloud to the user to inform them they have no printers previously saved.">
You have no saved printers.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_SHOW_MORE" desc="Text for the button to show more printers when there are more printers than currently displayed to the user.">
Show more
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_ADD_PRINTERS_NEARBY_TITLE" desc="Text for the title of the dialog that is used to add nearby printers.">
Add a nearby printer
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_ADD_PRINTERS_MANUALLY_TITLE" desc="Text for the title of the dialog that is used to manually add a printer instead of automatically finding ones nearby.">
Add a printer manually
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_ADD_PRINT_SERVER_TITLE" desc="Text for the title of the dialog that is used to manually add a print server.">
Add a print server
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_SELECT_MANUFACTURER_AND_MODEL_TITLE" desc="Text for the title of the dialog that is used to select a manufacturer and model from the drop down list.">
Advanced printer configuration
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_DETAILS_TITLE" desc="Text for the title of the Printer Details subpage.">
Printer details
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_ADVANCED" desc="Label for the toggle control to show/hide the advanced details of the printer.">
Advanced
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_ADVANCED_ACCESSIBILITY_LABEL" desc="Label for the button that toggles showing the advanced printer options for a particular printer. Only visible by screen reader software.">
Show advanced printer options
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_ADVANCED_ADDRESS" desc="Label for the CUPS printer address in the Advanced section in the printer details page.">
Address
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINT_SERVER_ADDRESS" desc="Label for the CUPS print server address in the in the print server details page.">
Address
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_ADVANCED_PROTOCOL" desc="Label for the CUPS printer protocol in the Advanced section in the printer details page.">
Protocol
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_ADVANCED_URI" desc="Label for the CUPS printer URI (uniform resource identifier) in the Advanced section in the printer details page.">
URI
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_DETAILS_NAME" desc="Label for the CUPS printer name in the printer details page.">
Name
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_DETAILS_MODEL" desc="Label for the CUPS printer model in the printer details page.">
Model
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_DETAILS_QUEUE" desc="Label for the CUPS printer queue in the manually add printer dialog.">
Queue
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_ADD_PRINTER_BUTTON_ADD" desc="Text for the button which allows the user to add a CUPS printer.">
Add
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_ADD_PRINTER_BUTTON_MANUAL_ADD" desc="Text for the button which allows the user to manually add a CUPS printer.">
Add Manually
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_ADD_PRINTER_BUTTON_DISCOVER_PRINTERS" desc="Text for the button which allows the user to go back to the printers discovery dialog.">
Add Nearby Printers
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_PROTOCOL_IPP" desc="The dropdown menu of the printer IPP protocol on the manually add printer dialog.">
Internet Printing Protocol (IPP)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_PROTOCOL_IPPS" desc="The dropdown menu of the printer IPPS protocol on the manually add printer dialog.">
Internet Printing Protocol (IPPS)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_PROTOCOL_HTTP" desc="The dropdown menu of the printer HTTP protocol on the manually add printer dialog.">
Internet Printing Protocol (HTTP)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_PROTOCOL_HTTPS" desc="The dropdown menu of the printer HTTPS protocol on the manually add printer dialog.">
Internet Printing Protocol (HTTPS)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_PROTOCOL_APP_SOCKET" desc="The dropdown menu of the printer TCP/IP protocol on the manually add printer dialog.">
AppSocket (TCP/IP)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_PROTOCOL_LPD" desc="The dropdown menu of the printer LPD protocol on the manually add printer dialog.">
Line Printer Daemon (LPD)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_PROTOCOL_USB" desc="The dropdown menu of the printer USB protocol on the manually add printer dialog.">
USB
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_PROTOCOL_IPPUSB" desc="The dropdown menu of the printer IPPUSB protocol on the edit printer dialog.">
IPP over USB (IPPUSB)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_CONFIGURING_MESSAGE" desc="The configuring-in-progress message shown in the configuring printer dialog.">
Configuring <ph name="PRINTER_NAME">$1<ex>Acme Printer</ex></ph> ...
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_MANUFACTURER" desc="Label for the dropdown menu to select a manufacturer for the printer.">
Manufacturer
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_SELECT_DRIVER" desc="Label for the file selector to manually select a PPD file from the user's file system.">
Or specify your printer PPD <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_BUTTON_SELECT_DRIVER_ARIA_LABEL" desc="ARIA label for the file selector button to manually select a PPD file from the user's file system. This text will not be visual on any page. It will only be spoken by screen readers.">
Browse to specify your printer PPD
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_BUTTON_SELECT_DRIVER" desc="Text for the button which allows user to select a PPD file from the file system.">
Browse
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_INVALID_DRIVER" desc="Error message displayed to the user if they select an invalid PPD file.">
Invalid file selected. Try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_ADDED_PRINTER_DONE_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when a new printer is set up successfully.">
Added <ph name="PRINTER_NAME">$1<ex>Acme Printer</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_EDITED_PRINTER_DONE_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when a printer is updated successfully.">
Updated <ph name="PRINTER_NAME">$1<ex>Acme Printer</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_UNAVAILABLE_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when a printer can no longer be contacted while being added.">
<ph name="PRINTER_NAME">$1<ex>Acme Printer</ex></ph> is no longer available
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_NO_PRINTER_NEARBY" desc="The message shown when no nearby printers are found.">
There are no available printers.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_SEARCHING_NEARBY_PRINTER" desc="The searching-in-progress message shown in the auto discovery dialog.">
Searching...
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_ADDED_PRINTER_ERROR_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when a new printer is not set up successfully.">
Unable to add printer. Please check your printer's configuration and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_ADDED_PRINTER_FATAL_ERROR_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when a fatal error occurs while trying to add a new printer.">
Unable to add printer. Please check your printer's configuration and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_ADDED_PRINTER_PRINTER_UNREACHABLE_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when the printer that is to be added is unreachable for configuration.">
Can&#x2019;t connect to printer. Check that the printer is turned on and is connected to your Chromebook by Wi-Fi or USB.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_ADDED_PRINTER_PPD_TOO_LARGE_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when the PPD provided while trying to add new printer is too large.">
Can&#x2019;t load large PPD. Maximum size is 250 kB.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_ADDED_PRINTER_INVALID_PPD_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when the PPD provided while trying to add a new printer is invalid.">
File is the wrong format. Check the PPD file and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_ADDED_PRINTER_PPD_NOT_FOUND" desc="The message shown when the PPD provided while trying to add a new printer cannot be found.">
Can&#x2019;t find PPD. Make sure your Chromebook is online and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_ADDED_PRINTER_PPD_UNRETRIEVABLE" desc="The message shown when the PPD provided while trying to add a new printer is unretrievable.">
Can&#x2019;t find PPD. Make sure your Chromebook is online and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_ADDED_NATIVE_PRINTERS_NOT_ALLOWED_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when the user is prevented from configuring printers due to an enterprise policy.">
Printer configuration is handled by the administrator.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_EDIT_PRINTER_INVALID_PRINTER_UPDATE" desc="The message shown when the user attempts to edit a configured printer in a way that would make it unusable">
Requested printer changes would make the printer unusable.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_REQUIRE_INTERNET_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when there is no internet access to set up a printer.">
Connect to the internet to add a printer
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_CHECK_CONNECTION_MESSAGE" desc="The message shown when there is no internet connection for detecting available printers">
Please check your connection to see available printers in your network
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_NO_INTERNET_CONNECTION" desc="The message shown when there is no internet connection.">
No internet connection
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINTER_CONNECT_TO_NETWORK_SUBTEXT" desc="The message shown when the user needs to connect to a network with connectivity and try again.">
Connect to a network and try again
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_EDIT_PRINTER_DIALOG_TITLE" desc="Text for the title of the dialog that is used to edit a CUPS printer's information.">
Edit printer
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_EDIT_PRINTER_BUTTON" desc="Text for the button which allows the user to save the modification of a CUPS printer.">
Save
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_EDIT_PRINTER_CURRENT_PPD_MESSAGE" desc="Informational text displayed to the user if they have an existing custom PPD.">
Current PPD file in use: <ph name="PPD_NAME">$1<ex>example.ppd.gz</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_MANUFACTURER_MODEL_ADDITIONAL_INFORMATION" desc="Informational text displayed to the user when the the user is doing advanced manual printer setup.">
<ph name="PRINTER_NAME">$1<ex>Printer</ex></ph> could not be configured automatically. Please specify advanced printer details. <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_EULA_NOTICE" desc="The message shown to users if a printer has a EULA agreement attached to it.">
End User License Agreement
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_IPP_URI_UNREACHABLE" desc="The message shown on the uri field of the add/edit printer dialogs when attempting to connect to an IPP printer that is not found on the network.">
Couldn't detect a printer. Please enter printer address again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_DIALOG_GENERAL_ERROR" desc="General message shown on the top of the add/edit printer dialogs when adding/editting a printer fails.">
Unable to set up printer. Please check configuration and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINT_SERVER_FOUND_ZERO_PRINTERS" desc="Message shown on a toast to indicate no printers were found from a print server.">
Did not find any printers from the print server
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINT_SERVER_FOUND_ONE_PRINTER" desc="Message shown on a toast to indicate that only one printer was found from a print server.">
Found 1 printer from the print server
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINT_SERVER_FOUND_MANY_PRINTERS" desc="Message shown on a toast to indicate the number of printers found on a print server.">
Found <ph name="NUM_PRINTERS">$1<ex>5</ex></ph> printers from the print server
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINT_SERVER_INVALID_URL_ADDRESS" desc="Message shown on the address field of the print server dialog when attempting to connect to a print server with an invalid URL.">
Invalid address. Please check the address and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINT_SERVER_CONNECTION_ERROR" desc="Message shown on the print server dialog when the user has provided a valid URL but the server is unreachable.">
Couldn't detect the print server. Please check the address and try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PRINTING_CUPS_PRINT_SERVER_REACHABLE_BUT_CANNOT_ADD" desc="Message shown on the print server dialog when we are able to reach the print server but still ran into some error with adding the print server.">
Couldn't add the print server. Please check the server's configuration and try again.
</message>
<!-- Internet page (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_ADD_CONNECTION" desc="Settings > Internet > Add connection expanding section label.">
Add connection
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_ADD_CONNECTION_EXPAND_ACCESSIBILITY_LABEL" desc="Label for the button that toggles showing the options for a new connection. Only visible by screen reader software.">
Add network connection
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_ADD_CONNECTION_NOT_ALLOWED" desc="Settings > Internet > Message when Add connection is not allowed.">
Add connection is disabled by your administrator
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_ADD_THIRD_PARTY_VPN" desc="Settings > Internet > Add third party (Extension or ARC) VPN label">
Add <ph name="PROVIDER_NAME">$1<ex>VPN Demo</ex></ph>...
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_ADD_VPN" desc="Settings > Internet > Add VPN label.">
Add OpenVPN / L2TP...
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_ADD_WIFI" desc="Settings > Internet > Add Wi-Fi label.">
Add Wi-Fi...
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_CONFIG_NAME" desc="Title for the network configuration dialog for an existing network.">
Configure <ph name="NAME">$1<ex>My WiFi network</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_DETAIL" desc="Name of the settings page which displays network details.">
Network Details
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_DEVICE_ENABLING" desc="Settings > Internet > Message when a device (e.g a Cellular modem) is enabling.">
Enabling
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_DEVICE_INITIALIZING" desc="Settings > Internet > Message when a device (e.g a Cellular modem) is initializing.">
Initializing
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_JOIN_TYPE" desc="Title for the network configuration dialog for a new network.">
Join <ph name="TYPE">$1<ex>WiFi</ex></ph> network
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_MOBILE_SEARCH" desc="Settings > Internet > Message in Mobile section when searching for mobile networks.">
Searching for mobile networks
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_KNOWN_NETWORKS" desc="Name of the settings page which displays the list of known networks.">
Known Networks
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_NO_NETWORKS" desc="Entry when there are no preferred networks or no networks of a particular type.">
None
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET" desc="Name of the settings page which displays internet preferences.">
Network
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_SUMMARY_BUTTON_ACCESSIBILITY_LABEL" desc="Accessibility only label for network summary item button that opens network details.">
<ph name="NETWORK_TYPE">$1<ex>Mobile Data</ex></ph> - <ph name="NETWORK_DISPLAY_NAME">$2<ex>Verizon Wireless</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_TOGGLE_MOBILE_ACCESSIBILITY_LABEL" desc="Accessibility only label for mobile data enable/disable toggle .">
Mobile data enable
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_TOGGLE_TETHER_LABEL" desc="Settings > Internet: Label for Tether enable/disable toggle .">
Get data connection
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_TOGGLE_TETHER_SUBTEXT" desc="Settings > Internet: Description for Tether enable/disable toggle .">
Let this device find other devices with your Google Account that have a mobile data connection
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_TOGGLE_WIFI_ACCESSIBILITY_LABEL" desc="Accessibility only label for WiFi enable/disable toggle .">
Wi-Fi enable
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_KNOWN_NETWORKS_ALL" desc="Title for list of all other (non preferred) networks.">
All networks
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_KNOWN_NETWORKS_BUTTON" desc="Text for button that opens the known networks subpage.">
Known networks
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_KNOWN_NETWORKS_MESSAGE" desc="Message describing the behavior of the known networks page.">
Preferred networks will be preferred over other known networks if more than one is available
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_KNOWN_NETWORKS_PREFFERED" desc="Title for list of preferred networks.">
Preferred networks
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_KNOWN_NETWORKS_MENU_ADD_PREFERRED" desc="Settings > Internet > Known networks > Dropdown menu item to add a network to the list of preferred networks.">
Add to preferred
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_KNOWN_NETWORKS_MENU_REMOVE_PREFERRED" desc="Settings > Internet > Known networks > Dropdown menu item to remove a network from the list of preferred networks.">
Remove from preferred
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_KNOWN_NETWORKS_MENU_FORGET" desc="Settings > Internet > Known networks > Dropdown menu item to forget a known network.">
Forget
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SETTINGS_NETWORK_ALLOW_DATA_ROAMING" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: Toggle label to allow mobile data roaming.">
Allow mobile data roaming
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SETTINGS_NETWORK_ALLOW_DATA_ROAMING_ENABLED_HOME" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: Toggle sublabel when roaming is allowed and it's connected to the home network.">
On, not roaming
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SETTINGS_NETWORK_ALLOW_DATA_ROAMING_ENABLED_ROAMING" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: Toggle sublabel when roaming is allowed and it's connected to a roaming network">
On, roaming
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_SETTINGS_NETWORK_ALLOW_DATA_ROAMING_DISABLED" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: Toggle sublabel when roaming is not allowed.">
Roaming off
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_NETWORK_ALWAYS_ON_VPN" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: Label for the checkbox determining that all internet traffic has to go through this VPN (virtual private network), and all other network connections are blocked.">
Always connect through this VPN
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_NETWORK_AUTO_CONNECT" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: Label for the checkbox determining whether to automatically connect to the network.">
Automatically connect to this network
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_NETWORK_AUTO_CONNECT_CELLULAR" desc="Settings > Internet > Mobile Data details: Label for the checkbox determining whether to automatically connect to the cellular network.">
Automatically connect to cellular network
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_BUTTON_ACTIVATE" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: The label for the button to activate a Cellular network.">
Activate
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_BUTTON_CONFIGURE" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: The label for the button to configure a network (change its settings).">
Configure
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_BUTTON_CONNECT" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: The label for the button to connect to a network.">
Connect
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_BUTTON_DISCONNECT" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: The label for the button to disconnect from a network.">
Disconnect
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_BUTTON_FORGET" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: The label for the button to forget a network (remove from the list of known networks).">
Forget
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_BUTTON_VIEW_ACCOUNT" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: The label for the button to view the account details for a Cellular network.">
View Account
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_CONNECT_NOT_ALLOWED" desc="Settings > Internet > Message when connecting to a non policy network is not allowed.">
Connecting to this network is disabled by your administrator
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_NETWORK_IP_ADDRESS" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: Label for the network IP Address.">
IP Address
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_NETWORK_IP_CONFIG_AUTO" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: Label for the checkbox determining whether to automatically configure the network IP config.">
Configure IP address automatically
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_NETWORK_PREFER" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: Label for the checkbox determining whether a network is preferred over other networks.">
Prefer this network
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_NETWORK_PRIMARY_USER_CONTROLLED" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: Text to show when a network configuration is controlled by the primary user.">
Network configuration is controlled by <ph name="USER_EMAIL">$1<ex>joe@gmail.com</ex></ph>.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_NETWORK_SECTION_ADVANCED" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: Advanced section label.">
Advanced
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_NETWORK_SECTION_ADVANCED_ACCESSIBILITY_LABEL" desc="Label for the button that toggles showing the advanced network properties. Only visible by screen reader software.">
Show advanced network properties
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_NETWORK_SECTION_NETWORK" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: Network section label.">
Network
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_NETWORK_SECTION_NETWORK_ACCESSIBILITY_LABEL" desc="Label for the button that toggles showing the network address configuration settings. Only visible by screen reader software.">
Show network address settings
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_NETWORK_SECTION_PROXY" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: Proxy section label.">
Proxy
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_NETWORK_SECTION_PROXY_ACCESSIBILITY_LABEL" desc="Label for the button that toggles showing the proxy configuration settings. Only visible by screen reader software.">
Show proxy settings
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_NETWORK_SHARED" desc="Settings > Internet > Network details: Text to show when a network is shared.">
Other users of this device can use this network.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_WIFI_NETWORK_OUT_OF_RANGE" desc="Text shown when viewing the Wi-Fi network detail page when the currently-viewed Wi-Fi network has been lost (e.g., has gone out of range).">
Network out of range
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_CELLULAR_CONTACT_SPECIFIC_CARRIER" desc="Text shown when the Chromebook cannot connect to a cellular network, which alerts the user to contact a specific carrier.">
Trouble connecting. Please contact <ph name="CARRIER_NAME">$1<ex>Google Fi</ex></ph> for assistance.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_CELLULAR_CONTACT_DEFAULT_CARRIER" desc="Text shown when the Chromebook cannot connect to a cellular network, which alerts the user to contact their carrier.">
Trouble connecting. Please contact your carrier for assistance.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_TETHER_PHONE_OUT_OF_RANGE" desc="Text shown when viewing the Tether network detail page when the currently-viewed Tether network has been lost (e.g., has gone out of range). Because Tether networks are provided by Android phones, we use the word 'phone' here instead of 'network'.">
Unable to detect your phone
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_GMSCORE_NOTIFICATIONS_TITLE" desc="Title of the section which explains how to enable Google Play Services notifications on an Android phone in order to use Instant Tethering.">
To use Instant Tethering, turn on notifications for Google Play Services.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_GMSCORE_NOTIFICATIONS_ONE_DEVICE_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle of the section which explains how to enable Google Play Services notifications. This subtitle is used when only one phone needs to have its notifications enabled.">
On your '<ph name="PHONE_NAME">$1<ex>Google Pixel</ex></ph>':
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_GMSCORE_NOTIFICATIONS_TWO_DEVICES_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle of the section which explains how to enable Google Play Services notifications. This subtitle is used when two phones need to have their notifications enabled.">
On your '<ph name="PHONE_NAME_1">$1<ex>Google Pixel</ex></ph>' and '<ph name="PHONE_NAME_2">$2<ex>Google Pixel 2</ex></ph>':
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_GMSCORE_NOTIFICATIONS_MANY_DEVICES_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle of the section which explains how to enable Google Play Services notifications. This subtitle is used when three or more phones need to have their notifications enabled.">
On your devices:
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_GMSCORE_NOTIFICATIONS_FIRST_STEP" desc="First instruction for how to enable Google Play Services notifications on an Android phone. This step teaches the user how to look at notification settings.">
Go to Settings &gt; Apps &amp; notifications &gt; Notifications.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_GMSCORE_NOTIFICATIONS_SECOND_STEP" desc="Second instruction for how to enable Google Play Services notifications on an Android phone. This step teaches the user how to look at notification settings for the Google Play Services app.">
Tap App notifications &gt; Google Play services.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_GMSCORE_NOTIFICATIONS_THIRD_STEP" desc="Third instruction for how to enable Google Play Services notifications on an Android phone. This step teaches the user how to enable notifications when already viewing noticiations settings for Google Play Services.">
Turn on Google Play services.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_GMSCORE_NOTIFICATIONS_FOURTH_STEP" desc="Fourth instruction for how to enable Google Play Services notifications on an Android phone. This step teaches the user how to enable the Instant Tethering notification channel for Google Play Services.">
Scroll to the bottom of the screen and turn on Instant Tethering, if it appears. If it doesn't, you're all set.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_TETHER_CONNECTION_DIALOG_TITLE" desc="Settings > Internet > Tether Connection Dialog > Title asking the user to create a new hotspot.">
Connect to new hotspot?
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_TETHER_CONNECTION_AVAILABLE_DEVICE_TITLE" desc="Settings > Internet > Tether Connection Dialog > Label for explaining that the device following the colon is available for tethering.">
Available device:
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_TETHER_CONNECTION_BATTERY_PERCENTAGE" desc="Settings > Internet > Tether Connection Dialog > Description of how much battery a device has.">
<ph name="BATTERY_PERCENTAGE">$1<ex>100</ex></ph>% Battery
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_TETHER_CONNECTION_EXPLANATION" desc="Settings > Internet > Tether Connection Dialog > Explanation of what will happen if the user connects to a tether hotspot.">
Your <ph name="PHONE_NAME">$1<ex>Google Pixel XL</ex></ph> will create a private Wi-Fi connection.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_TETHER_CONNECTION_CARRIER_WARNING" desc="Settings > Internet > Tether Connection Dialog > Warning to users that cellular providers may block the use of tethering.">
Some carriers might block this feature.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_TETHER_CONNECTION_DESCRIPTION_TITLE" desc="Settings > Internet > Tether Connection Dialog > Title of the section describing what will happen when tethering is enabled.">
While the hotspot is on, your <ph name="PHONE_NAME">$1<ex>Google Pixel XL</ex></ph> will:
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_TETHER_CONNECTION_DESCRIPTION_MOBILE_DATA" desc="Settings > Internet > Tether Connection Dialog > Bulletpoint alerting the user that tethering will use mobile data.">
Use mobile data
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_TETHER_CONNECTION_DESCRIPTION_BATTERY" desc="Settings > Internet > Tether Connection Dialog > Bullet point alerting the user that tethering will use both devices' batteries.">
Use the battery more quickly (currently <ph name="BATTERY_PERCENTAGE">$1<ex>100</ex></ph>%)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_TETHER_CONNECTION_DESCRIPTION_WIFI" desc="Settings > Internet > Tether Connection Dialog > Bullet point alerting the user that the tether host (i.e., the device to which the current device will connect to) will disconnect from Wi-Fi.">
Disconnect from Wi-Fi
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_TETHER_CONNECTION_NOT_NOW_BUTTON" desc="Settings > Internet > Tether Connection Dialog > Button which, when tapped, closes the dialog and does not connect the device.">
Not now
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_TETHER_CONNECTION_CONNECT_BUTTON" desc="Settings > Internet > Tether Connection Dialog > Button which, when tapped, starts a connection attempt to the device.">
Connect
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_INTERNET_LOOKING_FOR_MOBILE_NETWORK" desc="Text shown when viewing the Mobile data page when there are no cellular or tether networks available.">
Looking for a mobile network. <ph name="BEGIN_LINK">&lt;a target="_blank" href="$1"&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="END_LINK">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<!-- Users Page (OS Settings) -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_USERS_MODIFIED_BY_OWNER_LABEL" desc="Label saying settings may only be modified by the device owner.">
These settings may only be modified by the owner:
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_USERS_MANAGED_LABEL" desc="Label saying settings is managed by enterprise and thus can't be modified.">
These settings are controlled by enterprise policy. Please contact your administrator for more information.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_USERS_GUEST_BROWSING_LABEL" desc="Label for the guest browsing setting.">
Enable Guest browsing
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_USERS_SHOW_ON_SIGNIN_LABEL" desc="Label for the 'show users on sign-in screen' setting.">
Show usernames and photos on the sign-in screen
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_USERS_RESTRICT_SIGNIN_LABEL" desc="Label for the setting for restricting sign in to specific users.">
Restrict sign-in to the following users:
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_USERS_DEVICE_OWNER_LABEL" desc="Label for a user who is the device owner.">
<ph name="USER_NAME">$1<ex>John Smith</ex></ph> (owner)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_USERS_REMOVE_USER_TOOLTIP" desc="Tooltip for the button that removes a user from the list of restricted sign in users.">
Remove <ph name="USER_NAME">$1<ex>John Smith</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_USERS_ADD_USERS" desc="Label the dialog for adding users.">
Add user
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_USERS_ADD_USERS_EMAIL" desc="Label for the email input field for adding users.">
Email address
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_USER_EXISTS_ERROR" desc="Error message for attempting to add a user that already exists">
This user already exists
</message>
<!-- Multidevice Page (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MULTIDEVICE" desc="Title of a section of settings. This section describes settings for devices that are connected to the Chromebook, like phones.">
Connected devices
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_BUTTON" desc="Label of the button that opens a menu to the user that allows them to set up a connection between the user's phone and their Chromebook to give them access to special features.">
Set up
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MULTIDEVICE_VERIFY_BUTTON" desc="Label for the button to get the Chromebook to verify that it can connect with their phone.">
Verify
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_ITEM_HEADING" desc="Heading for settings item that allows the user to connect their phone to their Chromebook.">
Android phone
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MULTIDEVICE_ENABLED" desc="Text to tell user multidevice features are turned on">
Enabled
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MULTIDEVICE_DISABLED" desc="Text to tell user multidevice features are turned off">
Disabled
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MULTIDEVICE_INSTANT_TETHERING" desc="Name of a feature. This feature automatically offers the user to tether to their phone if their Chromebook is offline and their phone supports tethering.">
Instant Tethering
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MULTIDEVICE_INSTANT_TETHERING_SUMMARY" desc="Description of for the 'Instant Tethering' setting. This feature automatically offers the user to tether to their phone if their Chromebook is offline and their phone supports tethering.">
Connect to the internet through your phone
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MULTIDEVICE_ANDROID_MESSAGES" desc="Name of a feature. This feature lets the user read and reply to text messages from their Chromebook. New text messages will appear as notifications.">
Messages
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MULTIDEVICE_ANDROID_MESSAGES_SUMMARY" desc="Description of for the 'Android Messages' setting. This feature lets the user read and reply to text messages from their Chromebook. New text messages will appear as notifications.">
Send and receive text messages from your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph>. <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a target="_blank" href="$2<ex>https://google.com/</ex>"&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<!-- Lock Screen Page (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_ASH_SETTINGS_LOCK_SCREEN_NOTIFICATION_TITLE" desc="The title of options to change the behavior of notifications on the lock screen.">
On the lock screen
</message>
<message name="IDS_ASH_SETTINGS_LOCK_SCREEN_NOTIFICATION_HIDE_SENSITIVE" desc="One of options of the lock screen notification mode to hide sensitive contents and show the others on the lock screen.">
Hide sensitive content
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_ENABLE_SCREENLOCK" desc="The text on the checkbox to enable screenlocker for current user.">
Show lock screen when waking from sleep
</message>
<message name="IDS_ASH_SETTINGS_LOCK_SCREEN_NOTIFICATION_SHOW" desc="One of options of the lock screen notification mode to show all the notifications and its contents on the lock screen.">
Show all notification content
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_PIN_OR_PASSWORD" desc="The account password or a custom PIN can be used to unlock the device.">
PIN or password
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_FINGERPRINT_SETUP_BUTTON" desc="Text on the lock screen button which opens up the fingerprint subpage.">
Set up
</message>
<message name="IDS_ASH_SETTINGS_LOCK_SCREEN_NOTIFICATION_HIDE" desc="One of options of the lock screen notification mode to hide all the notifications on the lock screen.">
Don't show notifications at all
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_EDIT_FINGERPRINTS" desc="Text on the lock screen which opens up the fingerprint subpage.">
Edit Fingerprints
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_EDIT_FINGERPRINTS_DESCRIPTION" desc="Secondary text on the lock screen which opens up the fingerprint subpage.">
Set up a faster way to unlock your device
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_PASSWORD_ONLY" desc="Only the account password can be used to unlock the device.">
Password only
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_CHANGE_PIN_BUTTON" desc="Button that the user can click to change an existing already-active PIN.">
Change PIN
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_NUM_FINGERPRINTS" desc="Text on the lock screen which tells users how many fingerprints they have enrolled.">
<ph name="NUM_FINGERPRINTS">$1<ex>1</ex></ph> fingerprints set up
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_NONE" desc="Text on the people page which notifies the user that the device will not show lock screen or prompt for auth after waking from sleep.">
Sign in automatically
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_NEW_FINGERPRINT_DEFAULT_NAME" desc="The default name (plus a number for a newly added fingerprint).">
Finger <ph name="NEW_FINGER_NUMBER">$1<ex>1</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_DELETE_FINGERPRINT_ARIA_LABEL" desc="Aria label for the button in the fingerprint subpage that deletes a registered fingerprint. Only visible by screen reader software.">
delete [<ph name="FINGERPRINT_NAME">$1<ex>Fingerprint 1</ex></ph>]
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_OPTIONS_LOCK" desc="Text on the lock screen which is the subheader for the screen locking options.">
Screen lock options
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MULTIDEVICE_FORGET_THIS_DEVICE" desc="Header to tell the user an action will make their Chromebook forget their phone. This means they will no longer have access to multidevice features.">
Forget phone
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MULTIDEVICE_FORGET_THIS_DEVICE_EXPLANATION" desc="Explanation on a clickable menu item that makes the Chromebook forget the user's phone. It tells the user that the menu item will cause their phone to stop acting as a partner for their Chromebook for multidevice features.">
Disconnect your phone from your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MULTIDEVICE_FORGET_DEVICE_DIALOG_MESSAGE" desc="Text of a dialog that lets the user choose if their Chromebook should forget their phone. This means they will no longer have access to multidevice features.">
Disconnect your phone from your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph>. They will no longer connect automatically.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MULTIDEVICE_FORGET_THIS_DEVICE_DISCONNECT" desc="Text for the button that lets the user choose if their Chromebook should forget their phone. This means they will no longer have access to multidevice features.">
Disconnect
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MULTIDEVICE_SETUP_SUMMARY" desc="Tells the user to connect their Chromebook to their phone.">
Connect your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> with your phone. <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a target="_blank" href="$2<ex>https://google.com/</ex>"&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MULTIDEVICE_NO_ELIGIBLE_HOSTS" desc="Tells the user that there is no phone with their account on it that can connect to their Chromebook.">
No eligible devices. <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a target="_blank" href="$1<ex>https://google.com/</ex>"&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MULTIDEVICE_VERIFICATION_TEXT" desc="Text to tell user that their Chromebook needs to verify that it can connect with their phone.">
Waiting for verification. <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a target="_blank" href="$1<ex>https://google.com/</ex>"&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_MULTIDEVICE_SMART_LOCK_SUMMARY" desc="Description of for the 'Smart Lock' setting. This feature automatically unlocks the user's Chromebook if their phone is nearby and unlocked.">
Unlock your <ph name="DEVICE_TYPE">$1<ex>Chromebook</ex></ph> with your phone. <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a target="_blank" href="$2<ex>https://google.com/</ex>"&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_OPTIONS_LOGIN_LOCK" desc="Text on the lock screen which is the subheader for the screen locking options.">
Lock screen from sleep mode
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_SETUP_PIN_BUTTON" desc="Button that is used to setup a new PIN when the user does not have a PIN yet.">
Set up PIN
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_TITLE_LOCK" desc="Text on the people page which opens up the quick unlock subpage and the title of the quick unlock subpage.">
Screen lock
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_TITLE_LOGIN_LOCK" desc="Text on the people page which opens up the security and sign-in section.">
Security and sign-in
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_PASSWORD_PROMPT_ENTER_PASSWORD_LOCK" desc="Text above a password input field that tells the user they need to submit their password to configure these settings.">
Enter your password to configure screen lock
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_PASSWORD_PROMPT_ENTER_PASSWORD_LOGIN_LOCK" desc="Text above a password input field that tells the user they need to submit their password to configure security and sign-in settings.">
Enter your password to configure security and sign-in
</message>
<!-- Kerberos Add Accounts Dialog Page (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ACCOUNTS_ADVANCED_CONFIG_LABEL" desc="Label of the button in 'Add a Kerberos ticket' dialog to get to the Advanced configuration dialog.">
Advanced
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ADVANCED_CONFIG_TITLE" desc="In Kerberos Advanced Configuration dialog, the title of the dialog.">
Configure Kerberos
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ADVANCED_CONFIG_DESC" desc="In Kerberos Advanced Configuration dialog, the description of the dialog (below the title).">
Edit the configuration file
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ADD_KERBEROS_ACCOUNT_REMEMBER_PASSWORD" desc="Label of the checkbox to remember the password in the 'Add a Kerberos ticket' dialog.">
Remember password
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_PASSWORD" desc="Title for the input that lets users specify their password for a Kerberos ticket.">
Password
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_USERNAME" desc="Title for the input that lets users specify their username for a Kerberos ticket.">
Kerberos username
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ADD_KERBEROS_ACCOUNT_DESCRIPTION" desc="Description of the 'Add a Kerberos ticket' dialog. Shown just below the title of the dialog.">
To automatically refresh a ticket, check “Remember password.” Your password will be stored on your device only.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ERROR_NETWORK_PROBLEM" desc="Error message displayed in the 'Add a Kerberos ticket' dialog when the user has no network connection or enters a bad realm.">
Network problem or bad realm
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ERROR_USERNAME_INVALID" desc="Error message displayed in the 'Add a Kerberos ticket' dialog when the user enters a badly formatted username.">
Username invalid
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ERROR_USERNAME_UNKNOWN" desc="Error message displayed in the 'Add a Kerberos ticket' dialog when the user enters a username that is not known to the Kerberos realm.">
Username not known to server
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ERROR_DUPLICATE_PRINCIPAL_NAME" desc="Error message displayed in the 'Add a Kerberos ticket' dialog when the user enters a username for which there is already a ticket.">
A ticket with this username already exists
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ERROR_CONTACTING_SERVER" desc="Error message displayed in the 'Add a Kerberos ticket' dialog when the OS is not able to contact the server for the given realm.">
Contacting server for realm failed
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ERROR_PASSWORD_INVALID" desc="Error message displayed in the 'Add a Kerberos ticket' dialog when the user enters the wrong password.">
Password invalid
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ERROR_PASSWORD_EXPIRED" desc="Error message displayed in the 'Add a Kerberos ticket' dialog when the user's password is expired.">
Password expired
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ERROR_KDC_ENC_TYPE" desc="Error message displayed in the 'Add a Kerberos ticket' dialog when the KDC does not support the encryption types specified in the Kerberos configuration (KDC = Key Distribution Center, part of Kerberos infrastructure).">
KDC does not support encryption type
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ERROR_GENERAL" desc="Fallback error message displayed in the 'Add a Kerberos ticket' dialog.">
Couldn't get Kerberos ticket. Try again, or contact your organization's device admin. (Error code <ph name="ERROR_CODE">$1<ex>123</ex></ph>).
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_CONFIG_ERROR_SECTION_NESTED_IN_GROUP" desc="Error message displayed in the Kerberos configuration dialog when the user tries to save a configuration that has a section (some text in angular braces) inside a group (some text in curly braces), e.g. 'someOption = { [someSection] }'. See https://web.mit.edu/kerberos/krb5-1.12/doc/admin/conf_files/krb5_conf.html.">
Section nested in group: <ph name="ERROR_LINE">$1<ex>[realms] (inside a block of curly braces '{ ... })</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_CONFIG_ERROR_SECTION_SYNTAX" desc="Error message displayed in the Kerberos configuration dialog when the user tries to save a configuration that contains a malformed section, e.g. '[someSection'. Sections must have opening and closing angular braces. See https://web.mit.edu/kerberos/krb5-1.12/doc/admin/conf_files/krb5_conf.html.">
Section syntax error: <ph name="ERROR_LINE">$1<ex>[realms</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_CONFIG_ERROR_EXPECTED_OPENING_CURLY_BRACE" desc="Error message displayed in the Kerberos configuration dialog when the user tries to save a configuration that is missing a curly brace somewhere. See https://web.mit.edu/kerberos/krb5-1.12/doc/admin/conf_files/krb5_conf.html.">
Expected opening curly brace: <ph name="ERROR_LINE">$1<ex>ticket_lifetime = 1d (in the line after 'EXAMPLE.COM = )'</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_CONFIG_ERROR_EXTRA_CURLY_BRACE" desc="Error message displayed in the Kerberos configuration dialog when the user tries to save a configuration that has a closing curly brace '}' that cannot be matched with an opening curly brace '{'. See https://web.mit.edu/kerberos/krb5-1.12/doc/admin/conf_files/krb5_conf.html.">
Extra curly brace: <ph name="ERROR_LINE">$1<ex>} (without having a corresponding opening curly brace '{')</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_CONFIG_ERROR_RELATION_SYNTAX_ERROR" desc="Error message displayed in the Kerberos configuration dialog when the user tries to save a configuration that contains a malformed relation. A relation is 'key = value'. A malformed relation would be e.g. 'key : value' instead of 'key = value'. See https://web.mit.edu/kerberos/krb5-1.12/doc/admin/conf_files/krb5_conf.html.">
Relation syntax error: <ph name="ERROR_LINE">$1<ex>ticket_lifetime : 1d</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_CONFIG_ERROR_KEY_NOT_SUPPORTED" desc="Error message displayed in the Kerberos configuration dialog when the user tries to save a configuration that contains a configuration option that we do not support, e.g. '[libdefaults] ccache_type = 1'. See https://web.mit.edu/kerberos/krb5-1.12/doc/admin/conf_files/krb5_conf.html.">
Configuration option not supported: <ph name="ERROR_LINE">$1<ex>ccache_type = 1</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_CONFIG_ERROR_SECTION_NOT_SUPPORTED" desc="Error message displayed in the Kerberos configuration dialog when the user tries to save a configuration that contains a section that we do not support, e.g. '[appdefaults]'. See https://web.mit.edu/kerberos/krb5-1.12/doc/admin/conf_files/krb5_conf.html.">
Section not supported: <ph name="ERROR_LINE">$1<ex>[appdefaults]</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_CONFIG_ERROR_KRB5_FAILED_TO_PARSE" desc="Error message displayed in the Kerberos configuration dialog when the user tries to save a configuration that cannot be parsed by the underlying Kerberos library for unknown reasons. See https://web.mit.edu/kerberos/krb5-1.12/doc/admin/conf_files/krb5_conf.html.">
Failed to parse configuration
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ADD_KERBEROS_ACCOUNT_REFRESH_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="Label of the action button on the 'Refresh a Kerberos tickets' dialog.">
Refresh
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ADD_KERBEROS_ACCOUNT" desc="Title of the 'Add a Kerberos ticket' dialog.">
Add a Kerberos ticket
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_REFRESH_KERBEROS_ACCOUNT" desc="Title of the 'Refresh a Kerberos ticket' dialog.">
Refresh a Kerberos ticket
</message>
<!-- Kerberos Accounts Page (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ACCOUNTS_ADD_ACCOUNT_LABEL" desc="Label of the 'Add a ticket' button on 'Kerberos tickets' Settings page.">
Add a ticket
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ACCOUNTS_REFRESH_NOW_LABEL" desc="Label of the 'Refresh now' button on 'Kerberos tickets' Settings page.">
Refresh now
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ACCOUNTS_SET_AS_ACTIVE_ACCOUNT_LABEL" desc="Label of the 'Set as ticket ticket' button on 'Kerberos tickets' Settings page.">
Set as active ticket
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ACCOUNTS_SIGNED_OUT" desc="Text displayed if a Kerberos ticket is in signed-out state on 'Kerberos tickets' Settings page.">
Expired
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ACCOUNTS_LIST_HEADER" desc="List header for the ticket list on 'Kerberos tickets' Settings page.">
Tickets
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ACCOUNTS_REMOVE_ACCOUNT_LABEL" desc="Label of the 'Remove from this device' button on 'Kerberos tickets' Settings page.">
Remove from this device
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ACCOUNTS_REAUTHENTICATION_LABEL" desc="Label of the re-authentication button on 'Kerberos tickets' Settings page.">
Refresh
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ACCOUNTS_TICKET_ACTIVE" desc="Text displayed if a Kerberos ticket is selected to be the currently active ticket on 'Kerberos tickets' Settings page.">
Active
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ACCOUNTS_ACCOUNT_REMOVED_TIP" desc="Tip shown when a Kerberos ticket was removed on 'Kerberos tickets' Settings page.">
Ticket removed
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ACCOUNTS_ACCOUNT_REFRESHED_TIP" desc="Tip shown when a Kerberos ticket was refreshed on 'Kerberos tickets' Settings page.">
Ticket refreshed
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ACCOUNTS_SIGNED_IN" desc="Text displayed if a Kerberos ticket is in signed-in state on 'Kerberos tickets' Settings page.">
Valid for <ph name="TICKET_TIME_LEFT">$1<ex>7 hours 12 minutes</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ACCOUNTS_DESCRIPTION" desc="Description of the 'Kerberos tickets' Settings page. Shown just below the title of the page.">
Choose a ticket to use for authentication. <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a target="_blank" href="$1<ex>https://google.com/</ex>"&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ACCOUNTS_SUBMENU_LABEL" desc="Label of 'Kerberos tickets' submenu in Settings page.">
Kerberos tickets
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_KERBEROS_ACCOUNTS_PAGE_TITLE" desc="Title of 'Kerberos tickets' Settings page.">
Kerberos tickets
</message>
<!-- Power -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_POWER_TITLE" desc="In Device Settings, the title for power management.">
Power
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_POWER_SOURCE_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings > Power, the label for the power source dropdown.">
Power source
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_POWER_SOURCE_BATTERY" desc="In Device Settings > Power, the text referring to the battery as the power source.">
Battery
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_POWER_SOURCE_AC_ADAPTER" desc="In Device Settings > Power, the text referring to a dedicated charger like an AC adapter as the power source.">
AC adapter
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_POWER_SOURCE_LOW_POWER_CHARGER" desc="In Device Settings > Power, the text referring to a low-power charger like a USB charger as the power source.">
Low-power charger
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_POWER_SOURCE_CALCULATING" desc="In Device Settings > Power, the power source description when the power status is being determined.">
Checking power sources...
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_POWER_IDLE_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings > Power, label for behavior when device is idle.">
When idle
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_POWER_IDLE_DISPLAY_OFF_SLEEP" desc="In Device Settings > Power, menu item for idle behavior that turns the screen off and later puts the device to sleep. String must be short enough to fit in a drop-down menu.">
Sleep
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_POWER_IDLE_DISPLAY_OFF" desc="In Device Settings > Power, menu item for idle behavior that turns the screen off but prevents the device from sleeping. String must be short enough to fit in a drop-down menu.">
Turn off display
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_POWER_IDLE_DISPLAY_ON" desc="In Device Settings > Power, menu item for idle behavior that prevents the screen from turning off and prevents the device from sleeping. String must be short enough to fit in a drop-down menu.">
Keep display on
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_POWER_IDLE_OTHER" desc="In Device Settings > Power, menu item for custom idle behavior.">
Other
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_POWER_LID_CLOSED_SLEEP_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings > Power, label for suspending when cover is closed.">
Sleep when cover is closed
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_POWER_LID_CLOSED_SIGN_OUT_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings > Power, label for signing out when cover is closed.">
Sign out when cover is closed
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_POWER_LID_CLOSED_SHUT_DOWN_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings > Power, label for shutting down when cover is closed.">
Shut down when cover is closed
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BATTERY_STATUS" desc="In Device Settings > Power, the battery status while the battery is discharging, showing the battery power as a percentage and the time left until the battery is empty.">
<ph name="percentage">$1<ex>56</ex></ph>% - <ph name="time">$2<ex>2 hours and 20 minutes</ex></ph> left
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BATTERY_STATUS_CHARGING" desc="In Device Settings > Power, the battery status while the battery is charging, showing the battery power as a percentage and the time left until the battery is full.">
<ph name="percentage">$1<ex>56</ex></ph>% - <ph name="time">$2<ex>2 hours and 20 minutes</ex></ph> until full
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_BATTERY_STATUS_SHORT" desc="In Device Settings > Power, the battery status when the time left cannot be shown.">
<ph name="percentage">$1<ex>56</ex></ph>%
</message>
<!-- Reset Page (OS settings)-->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_FACTORY_RESET" desc="Name of the factory reset option on the Chrome settings page">
Powerwash
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_FACTORY_RESET_HEADING" desc="Name of the 'Factory reset' window">
Restart your device
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_FACTORY_RESET_DESCRIPTION" desc="Description of the factory reset option on the Chrome settings page">
Remove all user accounts and reset your <ph name="IDS_SHORT_PRODUCT_NAME">$1<ex>Chrome</ex></ph> device to be just like new.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_FACTORY_RESET_WARNING" desc="Warning text in the 'Factory Reset' window">
A restart is required before your device can be reset with Powerwash. <ph name="LINK_BEGIN">&lt;a&gt;</ph>Learn more<ph name="LINK_END">&lt;/a&gt;</ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_FACTORY_RESET_BUTTON_LABEL" desc="Label for the factory reset button.">
Reset
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_FACTORY_RESET_BUTTON_ROLE" desc="A label to be read aloud by screen readers when the Reset button is focused. This button initiates the device factory reset flow.">
Reset Button
</message>
<!-- Google Assistant Page (OS Settings)-->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT" desc="Name of the settings page for Google Assistant.">
Google Assistant
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT_ENABLE_HOTWORD" desc="Title for a toggle that lets the assistant detect hotword.">
"Ok Google"
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT_ENABLE_HOTWORD_DESCRIPTION" desc="Sub label for hotword-enable toggle.">
Access your Assistant when you say "Ok Google."
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT_ENABLE_HOTWORD_WITHOUT_DSP_DESCRIPTION" desc="Sub label for hotword-enable dropdown without DSP support.">
Access your Assistant when you say "Ok Google." To save battery, choose “On (Recommended.)” Your Assistant will respond only when your device is plugged in or charging.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT_ENABLE_HOTWORD_WITHOUT_DSP_RECOMMENDED" desc="Default label for hotword-enable dropdown without DSP support.">
On (Recommended)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT_ENABLE_HOTWORD_WITHOUT_DSP_ALWAYS_ON" desc="Always-on label for hotword-enable dropdown without DSP support.">
Always on
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT_ENABLE_HOTWORD_WITHOUT_DSP_OFF" desc="Off label for hotword-enable dropdown without DSP support." meaning="Ok Google hotwording is disabled.">
Off
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT_VOICE_SETTINGS" desc="Title for the Assistant voice settings.">
Voice match
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT_VOICE_SETTINGS_RETRAIN" desc="Button label for retrain voice model.">
Retrain
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT_ENABLE_NOTIFICATION" desc="Title for a toggle that lets the assistant show you notifications.">
Notifications
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT_ENABLE_NOTIFICATION_DESCRIPTION" desc="Sub label for notification-enable toggle.">
Allow the Assistant to show you notifications
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT_LAUNCH_WITH_MIC_OPEN" desc="Title for a toggle that determines whether to open the microphone when launching the Assistant.">
Preferred input
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT_LAUNCH_WITH_MIC_OPEN_DESCRIPTION" desc="Sub label for launch-with-microphone-open toggle.">
Default to using voice instead of keyboard
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_GOOGLE_ASSISTANT_SETTINGS" desc="Title for a button that opens the Google Assistant app settings.">
Google Assistant settings
</message>
<!-- Device display (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_TITLE" desc="In Device Settings, the title for display settings.">
Displays
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_ARRANGEMENT_TEXT" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, text describing to use a mouse to drag the displays and change the arrangement.">
Drag to move a display
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_ARRANGEMENT_TITLE" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label for the display arrangement section.">
Arrangement
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_MIRROR" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label for the control for mirroring.">
Mirror <ph name="DISPLAY_NAME">$1<ex>HP Z27n</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_MIRROR_DISPLAY_NAME" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label for the mirrored display name shown in the layout.">
Mirrored
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_AMBIENT_COLOR_TITLE" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label for toggling ambient color.">
Ambient colors
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_AMBIENT_COLOR_SUBTITLE" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, descriptive sublabel for ambient color.">
Adjusts the screen color to match the environment
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_NIGHT_LIGHT_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label for the Night Light feature (which controls the color temperature of the screen) section.">
Night Light
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_NIGHT_LIGHT_ON_AT_SUNSET" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the sub label for the automatic schedule which explains that Night Light will turn on automatically at sunset.">
Night Light will turn on automatically at sunset
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_NIGHT_LIGHT_OFF_AT_SUNRISE" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the sub label for the automatic schedule which explains that Night Light will turn off automatically at sunrise.">
Night Light will turn off automatically at sunrise
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_NIGHT_LIGHT_SCHEDULE_CUSTOM" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label of the option to set a custom schedule of the Night Light feature.">
Custom
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_NIGHT_LIGHT_SCHEDULE_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label for the automatic schedule section of the Night Light feature.">
Schedule
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_NIGHT_LIGHT_SCHEDULE_NEVER" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label of the option to turn off the automatic schedule of the Night Light feature.">
Never
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_NIGHT_LIGHT_SCHEDULE_SUNSET_TO_SUNRISE" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label of the option to set the automatic schedule of the Night Light feature to turn on at sunset and off at sunrise.">
Sunset to Sunrise
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_NIGHT_LIGHT_START_TIME" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label of the start time bubble.">
Start time
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_NIGHT_LIGHT_STOP_TIME" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label of the end time bubble.">
End time
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_NIGHT_LIGHT_TEXT" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, text describing the Night Light feature.">
Make it easier to look at your screen or read in dim light
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_NIGHT_LIGHT_TEMPERATURE_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, label of the slider that controls the color temperature of the screen when the Night Light feature is on.">
Color temperature
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_NIGHT_LIGHT_TEMP_SLIDER_MAX_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, label of the maximum value settable by the color temperature slider.">
Warmer
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_NIGHT_LIGHT_TEMP_SLIDER_MIN_LABEL" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, label of the minimum value settable by the color temperature slider.">
Cooler
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_UNIFIED_DESKTOP" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label for the control for the unified desktop feature.">
Allow windows to span displays
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_UNIFIED_DESKTOP_ON" desc="Label for the state for the unified desktop feature." meaning="Windows are allowed to span displays.">
On
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_UNIFIED_DESKTOP_OFF" desc="Label for the state for the unified desktop feature." meaning="Windows are not allowed to span displays.">
Off
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_RESOLUTION_TITLE" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label for the section for changing a display's resolution.">
Resolution
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_RESOLUTION_TEXT" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the text describing the display's resolution.">
<ph name="WIDTH">$1<ex>1600</ex></ph> x <ph name="HEIGHT">$2<ex>1200</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_RESOLUTION_TEXT_BEST" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the text describing the display's resolution when it is the 'best' resolution.">
<ph name="WIDTH">$1<ex>1600</ex></ph> x <ph name="HEIGHT">$2<ex>1200</ex></ph> (Best)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_RESOLUTION_TEXT_NATIVE" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the text describing the display's resolution when it is the native resolution.">
<ph name="WIDTH">$1<ex>1600</ex></ph> x <ph name="HEIGHT">$2<ex>1200</ex></ph> (Native)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_RESOLUTION_SUBLABEL" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the text describing the drop down menu to select the desired resolution and refresh rate of the selected external display.">
Determines sharpness of text and images
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_RESOLUTION_MENU_ITEM" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the text entry for a single item in the external display resolution drop down menu.">
<ph name="WIDTH">$1<ex>1600</ex></ph> x <ph name="HEIGHT">$2<ex>1200</ex></ph> (<ph name="REFRESH_RATE">$3<ex>60</ex></ph> Hertz)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_RESOLUTION_INTERLACED_MENU_ITEM" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the text entry for a single item in the external display resolution drop down menu, when the display mode is interlaced (which means the display's odd and even lines are scanned alternately in two interwoven rasterized lines).">
<ph name="WIDTH">$1<ex>1600</ex></ph> x <ph name="HEIGHT">$2<ex>1200</ex></ph> (<ph name="REFRESH_RATE">$3<ex>60</ex></ph> Hertz) - interlaced
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_ZOOM_TITLE" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the title for the section for changing the display's zoom.">
Display Size
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_ZOOM_SUBLABEL" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the text describing the display's zoom.">
Make items on your screen smaller or larger
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_ZOOM_VALUE" desc="The currently selected display zoom percentage.">
<ph name="DISPLAY_ZOOM">$1<ex>120</ex></ph>%
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_ZOOM_LOGICAL_RESOLUTION_TEXT" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the text describing the display's effective resolution.">
Looks like <ph name="WIDTH">$1<ex>1600</ex></ph> x <ph name="HEIGHT">$2<ex>1200</ex></ph>
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_ZOOM_LOGICAL_RESOLUTION_NATIVE_TEXT" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the text describing the display's native resolution.">
Looks like <ph name="WIDTH">$1<ex>1600</ex></ph> x <ph name="HEIGHT">$2<ex>1200</ex></ph> (Native)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_ZOOM_LOGICAL_RESOLUTION_DEFAULT_TEXT" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the text describing the display's effective resolution that comes due to the zoom being at the recommended level.">
Looks like <ph name="WIDTH">$1<ex>1600</ex></ph> x <ph name="HEIGHT">$2<ex>1200</ex></ph> (Default)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_ZOOM_SLIDER_MINIMUM" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label of the minimum value for the display size slider">
Tiny
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_ZOOM_SLIDER_MAXIMUM" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label of the maximum value for the display size slider">
Huge
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_SCREEN" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label for the dropdown menu for changing the dispay type.">
Screen
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_SCREEN_EXTENDED" desc="The label for the dropdown menu list item to set the selected screen as extended display.">
Extended display
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_SCREEN_PRIMARY" desc="The label for the dropdown menu list item to set the selected screen as primary display.">
Primary display
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_ORIENTATION" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label for the control for changing a display's orientation.">
Orientation
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_ORIENTATION_AUTO_ROTATE" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label for the entry that enables auto-rotation in tablet mode.">
Auto-rotate
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_ORIENTATION_STANDARD" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label for standard orientation (0 rotation).">
0&#x00B0; (Default)
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_OVERSCAN_TEXT" desc="Text explaining that this setting is used to adjust the boundaries of the selected display.">
Adjust the boundaries of your desktop within the display
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_OVERSCAN_TITLE" desc="Title of the settings subpage which adjusts display overscan.">
Overscan
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_OVERSCAN_SUBTITLE" desc="Subtitle for the display overscan settings subpage.">
Adjust the boundaries of your display
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_OVERSCAN_INSTRUCTIONS" desc="Instructions for changing the display overscan calibration.">
Tap the following keys to adjust or move the cropping area
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_OVERSCAN_RESIZE" desc="Label for resizing overscan calibration.">
Shrink / Expand
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_OVERSCAN_POSITION" desc="Label for positioning overscan calibration.">
Move
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_OVERSCAN_RESET" desc="Label for resetting overscan calibration.">
Reset
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_TOUCH_CALIBRATION_TITLE" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the label for initiating touch calibration.">
Calibrate touchscreen
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DISPLAY_TOUCH_CALIBRATION_TEXT" desc="In Device Settings > Displays, the sublabel for initiating touch calibration.">
Set up and adjust the accuracy of your touchscreen
</message>
<!-- Smart Lock Page (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_EASY_UNLOCK_SECTION_TITLE" desc="The title of the Easy Unlock section on the settings page.">
Smart Lock
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_EASY_UNLOCK_UNLOCK_DEVICE_ONLY" desc="This option lets the user unlock their Chromebook from their phone if they're logged in. It will unlock their Chromebook but will not sign them in.">
Unlock device only
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_EASY_UNLOCK_UNLOCK_DEVICE_AND_ALLOW_SIGNIN" desc="This option lets the user unlock their Chromebook from their phone as well as log into their Chromebook without a password if their phone is nearby and unlocked.">
Unlock device and sign in to Google Account
</message>
<!-- Fingerprint Page (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_ADD_FINGERPRINT_BUTTON" desc="Button that is used to add a new fingerprint.">
Add Fingerprint
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_REGISTERED_FINGERPRINTS_LABEL" desc="Text above fingerprint list that tells users their registered fingerprints.">
Saved fingerprints
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_LOCK_SCREEN_FINGERPRINT_LESS_SECURE" desc="Text telling users that fingerprints might be less secure than strong PINs or passwords.">
Note: Your fingerprint may be less secure than a strong password or PIN.
</message>
<!-- Setup Pin dialog (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_CONFIGURE_PIN_CHOOSE_PIN_TITLE" desc="Message shown below the title that tells the user to enter the initial PIN.">
Enter your PIN
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_CONFIGURE_PIN_CONFIRM_PIN_TITLE" desc="Message shown below the title that tells the user to confirm their initial PIN entry.">
Confirm your PIN
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_PEOPLE_PASSWORD_PROMPT_TITLE" desc="Title of the password prompt dialog popup.">
Confirm your password
</message>
<!-- Setup fingerprint dialog (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ADD_FINGERPRINT_DIALOG_TITLE" desc="Title of the add fingerprint dialog popup.">
Set up your fingerprint
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ADD_FINGERPRINT_DIALOG_ADD_ANOTHER_BUTTON" desc="Text on the button in the fingerprint setup dialog which allows users to add another fingerprint once a fingerprint has been setup.">
Add another
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ADD_FINGERPRINT_DIALOG_INSTRUCTION_READY" desc="Text in the add fingerprint dialog that confirms user's fingerprint scan was successful.">
Fingerprint added.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ADD_FINGERPRINT_DIALOG_LIFT_FINGER" desc="Warning text in the add fingerprint dialog to tell users to lift their finger and touch the sensor again.">
Lift then try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ADD_FINGERPRINT_DIALOG_TRY_AGAIN" desc="Warning text in the add fingerprint dialog to tell users to try again.">
Try again.
</message>
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_ADD_FINGERPRINT_DIALOG_FINGER_IMMOBILE" desc="Warning text in the add fingerprint dialog to tell users they should move their finger slightly to capture different parts of the fingerprint.">
Move slightly to capture a different part of the fingerprint.
</message>
<!-- Date/Time (OS settings) -->
<message name="IDS_SETTINGS_DATE_TIME" desc="Name of the settings page which displays date and time preferences.">
Date and time
</message>
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