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<strong>Critical Security:</strong>&nbsp;&nbsp;The operating system used by your SecureDrop servers has reached its end-of-life. A manual upgrade is required to re-enable the Source Interface and remain safe. Please contact your administrator. <a href="//securedrop.org/xenial-eol" rel="noreferrer">Learn More</a>
<strong>Critical Security:</strong>&nbsp;&nbsp;The operating system used by your SecureDrop servers will reach its end-of-life on April 30, 2021. A manual upgrade is urgently required to remain safe. Please contact your administrator. <a href="//securedrop.org/xenial-eol" rel="noreferrer">Learn More</a>
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User avatar gonzalo-bulnes

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I suggested "ícono de sobre cerrado" for consitency with "ícono de papelera" (both are nouns and refer to the symbol/image). (The case of "ícono responder" is different because "responder" is a verb.)

2 months ago
User avatar gonzalo-bulnes

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May be of interest: the French team adopted the convention of capitalising the start of the name of the icon instead: e.g. "ícono Sobre cerrado", "ícono Papelera" which also works well in my opinion. (Capitalization rules in French are similar to Spanish, so this is really just a convention adopted by the team.)

2 months ago

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This is the alternative text for an icon that looks like a closed envelope.

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securedrop/translations/messages.pot, string 128