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# First section of messages file is general to all applications
# Third parties can change FEinterr1 to their company name so that 
# internal error messages will come up "Please report to <your name>"

FECmd1:String too long (limit %d current %d addition %d)
FECmd2:You cannot change the command used to run this tool
FECmd3:Output
FECmd4:ReRun
FECmd5:OK
FECmd6:Run
FEdbox1:Can't import from other applications when invoked from !Make
FEdbox2:Unable to start up -- not enough space (or too many windows)
FEinterr1:Jeffrey Lee <me@phlamethrower.co.uk>
FEinterr2:%s: internal error: %s (%s/%d)
FEinterr3:Please report this error to %s
FEmem1:Out of memory, on request for %d bytes
FEmenu1:>Info,Save options,Options,Help,Quit
FEmenu2:Options
FEmenu3:Auto Run,Auto Save,Display
FEmenu4:Display
FEmenu5:Text,Summary
FEmenu6:>Command line
FEmenu7:>Info,>Cmd Line,>Save,Abort,Pause,Continue
FEmenu8:>Info,>Cmd Line,>Save
FEmenus9:Task(s) active: are you sure you want to quit?
FEmsg1:Wimp$Scrap must be set to do this transfer
FEmsg2:Invalid DataSave (filename != Wimp$Scrap)
FEoutput1:No more memory for output display - requesting %d bytes
FEoutput2:Running
FEoutput3:Aborted
FEoutput4:Paused
FEoutput5:Completed
FEoutput6:Task active: abort and close?
FEoutput7:Output file produced but not saved and will be lost. OK to continue?
FEoutput8:Continue
FEoutput9:Pause
FEsaveas1:Directories can only be saved to a filer viewer
FEsaveas2:To save, drag the icon to a directory viewer.
FEtask1:Task window not active
FEtask2:Application needs at least %dK to start up
FEtask3:Command line too long for task window module
utils1:Field is too long
utils2:Save failed %s -> %s
FEOpts1:Unable to write choices file %s

# General help messages

CMDLINE:This dialogue box displays the command line equivalent|Mof dialogue box and menu settings.|M
CMDLINE1:This is the command line equivalent of dialogue box and menu settings.
CMDLINE0:Click here to Run/ReRun the tool or to send options back to !Make.

SETUP:This dialogue box sets commonly used options.
SETUP0:Click here to run the application with the current options.
SETUP1:Click here to return to the previous set of options for this application.

SUMMARY:This dialogue box gives a summary of the command which has been run|Mor is running.
SUMMARY1:This is the icon for this application.
SUMMARY2:Click here to abort a running task.
SUMMARY3:Click here to continue a paused task.
SUMMARY4:This gives the number of lines produced by this task.
SUMMARY5:This gives the time at which a task was run.

SAVE:This dialogue box is used to save the file output of a command.
SAVE0:Click here to save the file output.
SAVE2:Filename for output appears here.
SAVE3:Drag this icon to save file output.

# Tool-specific messages follow here
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SETUP4:Enter the name of the RISC OS ROM image, or drag it to this icon.
SETUP5:Enter the name of the version of x-loader for your machine, or drag it to this icon.
SETUP6:Enter the name of the version of U-Boot for your machine, or drag it to this icon.
SETUP8:Select this option to create an SD card image for non-xM BeagleBoards.
SETUP9:Select this option to create an SD card image for the BeagleBoard-xM.
SETUP10:Select this option to create an SD card image for the DevKit8000.
SETUP11:Select this option to create an SD card image for the IGEPv2.
SETUP12:Select this option to create an SD card image for the Touch Book.
SETUP13:Select this option to create an SD card image for the Pandora.
SETUP16:Select this option to write an image to an SD card.
SETUP17:Enter the target SCSI drive number here.
SETUP21:Select this option to create an image.
SETUP24:Enter the name of the SD image to load, or drag it to this icon.