[tor-commits] [translation/orbot_completed] Update translations for orbot_completed

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Mon Oct 1 09:15:16 UTC 2012

commit bd3f2f0bd850de77c6e29b35aa1d8f4014023c71
Author: Translation commit bot <translation at torproject.org>
Date:   Mon Oct 1 09:15:15 2012 +0000

    Update translations for orbot_completed
 values/strings.xml |    9 +++++++--
 1 files changed, 7 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

diff --git a/values/strings.xml b/values/strings.xml
index 461bf86..70f66b4 100644
--- a/values/strings.xml
+++ b/values/strings.xml
@@ -25,6 +25,8 @@
   <string name="menu_stop">Stop</string>
   <string name="menu_about">About</string>
   <string name="menu_wizard">Wizard</string>
+  <string name="main_layout_download">Download (speed/total)</string>
+  <string name="main_layout_upload">Upload (speed/total)</string>
   <string name="button_help">Help</string>
   <string name="button_close">Close</string>
   <string name="button_about">About</string>
@@ -72,6 +74,9 @@
   <string name="wizard_tips_msg">The apps below were developed to work with Orbot. Click each button to install now, or you can find them later in the Android Market.</string>
   <string name="wizard_tips_otrchat">Gibberbot - Secure instant messaging client for Android</string>
   <string name="wizard_tips_proxy">Proxy Settings - Learn how to configure apps to work with Orbot</string>
+  <string name="wizard_tips_duckgo">Duckduckgo Search Engine app</string>
+  <string name="wizard_tips_firefox">Firefox with Proxy Mobile add-on (extra install after)</string>
+  <string name="wizard_tips_twitter">Twitter supports http proxy \"localhost:8118\"</string>
   <string name="wizard_proxy_help_info">Proxy Settings</string>
   <string name="wizard_proxy_help_msg">If the Android app you are using can support the use of an HTTP or SOCKS proxy, then you can configure it to connect to Orbot and use Tor.\n\n\n    The host settings is or \"localhost\". For HTTP, the port setting is 8118. For SOCKS, the proxy is 9050. You should use SOCKS4A or SOCKS5 if possible.\n    \n\n\n    You can learn more about proxying on Android via the FAQ at: http://tinyurl.com/proxyandroid\n    </string>
   <string name="wizard_final">Orbot is ready!</string>
@@ -187,8 +192,8 @@
   <string name="the_tor_license">The Tor License</string>
   <string name="https_torproject_org">https://torproject.org</string>
   <string name="third_party_software">3rd-Party-Software: </string>
-  <string name="tor_version">Tor v0.2.3.17: https://www.torproject.org</string>
-  <string name="libevent_version">LibEvent v2.1: http://www.monkey.org/~provos/libevent/</string>
+  <string name="tor_version">Tor v0.2.4.3-alpha: https://www.torproject.org</string>
+  <string name="libevent_version">LibEvent v2.1.1-alpha: http://www.monkey.org/~provos/libevent/</string>
   <string name="privoxy_version">Privoxy v3.0.12: http://www.privoxy.org</string>
   <string name="iptables_version">Iptables v1.4.7: http://www.netfilter.org</string>
   <string name="openssl_version">OpenSSL v0.9.8h: http://www.openssl.org</string>

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