Tá mise ag úsaid an leaganach gaeilge de Fedora Core 2. There are a few
slightly dodgy translations here and there, and quite a few untranslated
strings, but overall it's not bad. I must upgrade and see if there's
any improvement in more recent versions.
I haven't installed the Irish version of Firefox, should really do
Dé Aoine, 2005-06-24 ag 17:52, scríobh Sean Mac Suibhne:
> As we know Linux and a version of the Mac opperating systems were the first as
> regards opperating systems and software in Irish. So I was just wondering
> who among us on this list uses the Irish language versions of the various
> lInux options available.
> I have Mandriva le 2005 Firefox and have the use of an Irish language
> spellchecker in kmail.
> What about you?
>> Seán Mac Suibhne
> Ba mhór ag Foras na Gaeilge agus Microsoft Ireland tú a bheith i láthair uair
> a sheolfaidh
>> Éamon Ó Cuív T.D.
>> Aire Gnóthaí Pobail, Tuaithe agus Gaeltachta
>> leaganacha Gaeilge de Windows XP agus Office 2003
>>>> Dé Máirt, 28 Meitheamh 2005 ag 1 p.m
>>>> i gCeannáras Fhoras na Gaeilge
>> 7 Cearnóg Mhuirfean, BÁC 2
>>>>>> Foras na Gaeilge Microsoft
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