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It makes nearly no sense to translate master branch of relelase-notes-openSUSE. Lastest product branch is more useful.

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Project website https://github.com/openSUSE/release-notes-openSUSE
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Translation license GFDL 1.3
Repository git@github.com:openSUSE/release-notes-openSUSE.git
Repository branch master ac87818, 2 weeks ago
Repository containing Weblate translations https://l10n.opensuse.org/git/release-notes-opensuse/master/
Filemaskpo/*.po
Translation file po/nl.po
When User Action Detail Object
a year ago none Committed changes release-notes-openSUSE/master - Dutch
a year ago FreekDeKruijf Translation changed release-notes-openSUSE/master - Dutch
[...]
!! Derde voorbeeld: Wijzig rechter Control-toets naar Composiitietoets.
!! Om een teken samen te stellen druk op deze toets en daarna op twee
!! tekens (bijv. `a' en `^' om 342 te krijgen (â).
!remove Control = Control_R
!keysym Control_R = Multi_key
!add Control = Control_R
[...]
a year ago FreekDeKruijf Translation changed release-notes-openSUSE/master - Dutch
Vertalers:
Ruurd Pels <ruurdpels@kde.nl>, 2006
Rinse de Vries <rinsedevries@kde.nl>, 2006, 2007
Nathan Follens <nthn@unseen.is>, 2016-2017
Freek de Kruijf <freek@opensuse.org>, 2008-2018
a year ago FreekDeKruijf Translation changed release-notes-openSUSE/master - Dutch
Vertalers:
Ruurd Pels <ruurdpels@kde.nl>, 2006
Rinse de Vries <rinsedevries@kde.nl>, 2006, 2007
Nathan Follens <nthn@unseen.is>, 2016-2017
Freek de Kruijf <freek@opensuse.org>, 2008-2018
Nathan Follens <nthn@unseen.is>, 2016-2017
a year ago stfnknorr Committed changes release-notes-openSUSE/master - Dutch
a year ago stfnknorr Translation changed release-notes-openSUSE/master - Dutch
In openSUSE Tumbleweed is er niet langer een voorgedefinieerde compositietoetscombinatie omdat <keycombo><keycap function="Sshift"/><keycap>Rechter Ctrl</keycap></keycombo> niet meer werkt zoals verwerkt.
a year ago none Committed changes release-notes-openSUSE/master - Dutch
a year ago stfnknorr Translation changed release-notes-openSUSE/master - Dutch
In vorige versies van openSUSE gaf de compositietoetscombinatie de mogelijkheid tekens te typen die geen onderdeel zijn van de reguliere toetsenbordindeling. Om bijvoorbeeld <quote>å</quote> te maken, kunt u indrukken en loslaten <keycombo><keycap function="Sshift"/><keycap>Rechter Ctrl</keycap></keycombo> en dan <keycap>a</keycap> tweemaal indrukken.
a year ago FreekDeKruijf Translation completed release-notes-openSUSE/master - Dutch
a year ago FreekDeKruijf Committed changes release-notes-openSUSE/master - Dutch
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