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I'll put this bug under the "to many french people in the world" box ;-)

There will be a few more of these "text won't fit on none-english version" bugs. It's one of the things that makes localization hard.

 

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I'll put this bug under the "to many french people in the world" box ;-)

 

:)

If you want replaced without change all the program :

Sélection d'un profil d'impression by " Profil d'impression " or " Sélection d'un profil "

Mode de visualisation by " vues "

But you probably have other more important things. ;)

THX for you interest.

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Well...it's the french party !

French people talking too much and they are lazy !

One secret for you my friends...all the days on the morning i eat frog legs and never wash my body.

:)

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