Description of problem:
In the spanish version of system-control-network, the keyboard shortcut for
"Configure" and "Close" are both the letter "C".
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): 1.3.94-1
This error also happens in fc5. Do you prefer another bug filled in bugzilla for
Created attachment 136184 [details]
screenshot of system-control-network
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system-config-network has changed since then.
That screen does not exist in FC6 release.
system-control-network (tool from the screen) is in FC6 and F7, but it's hidden
from the menus. But if you think this bug should be closed as WONTFIX or
NOTABUG, please do so. :)
How do I access that screen ?
I'm using a FC6 and I can't find it.
Thanks for your reply.
Type 'system-control-network' in terminal or use Alacarte menu editor (System >
Preferences > Appearance > Main Menu) to enable it in Applications > System
Created attachment 159450 [details]
es.mo from es.po for system-config-network
Ok, I entered from a terminal and I found the screen.
I'm sorry. I was wrong.
It was corrected and committed.
Now you may use Alt+o to 'Configurar...'.
It will be available in the next package push.
Meanwhile, you may use the attached file system-config-network.mo from the
comment #9 which must be copied to the directory /usr/share/locale/es/LC_MESSAGES.
This will resolve your problem, if you don't want to wait for the next package push.
Your attention to details is appreciated.
Sorry for the lack of response, I've been out for a couple of months. Thank you
and keep up the good work.
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