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diff --git a/tde-i18n-cy/messages/tdeedu/kstars.po b/tde-i18n-cy/messages/tdeedu/kstars.po
index 36999600b9..9d4e27a818 100644
--- a/tde-i18n-cy/messages/tdeedu/kstars.po
+++ b/tde-i18n-cy/messages/tdeedu/kstars.po
@@ -25515,7 +25515,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"The atmosphere bends light passing through it, like a lens. If this item is "
"checked, this \"atmospheric refraction\" will be simulated in the sky map. "
-"Note that this correction is only applied when using theQt::Horizontal "
+"Note that this correction is only applied when using the Horizontal "
"coordinate system."
msgstr ""
@@ -27460,7 +27460,7 @@ msgid ""
"arcminutes and arcseconds (\"45:20\", \"45:20:00\", \"45:20\", \"45 20.0\", "
"etc.).\n"
"\n"
-"The Altitude is one of the coordinates in theQt::Horizontal coordinate system. "
+"The Altitude is one of the coordinates in the Horizontal coordinate system. "
"It is defined as the angle of an object above or below the horizon. For "
"example, the Zenith has an Altitude of 90 degrees. Altitude is also known as "
"Elevation."
@@ -30336,7 +30336,7 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"\t\t"
"<p>The status bar displays the current sky coordinates of the mouse cursor,\n"
-"\t\t\tin both Equatorial andQt::Horizontal coordinate systems.\n"
+"\t\t\tin both Equatorial and Horizontal coordinate systems.\n"
"\t\t</p>\n"
"\t\n"
msgstr ""
@@ -30374,7 +30374,7 @@ msgstr ""
#: tips.cpp:125
msgid ""
"\t\t"
-"<p>To switch between Equatorial andQt::Horizontal coordinate\n"
+"<p>To switch between Equatorial and Horizontal coordinate\n"
"\t\t\tsystems, use the \"View->Coordinates\" menu item, or press the spacebar.\n"
"\t\t</p>\n"
"\t\n"
@@ -31768,7 +31768,7 @@ msgid "Skymap Options"
msgstr ""
#: tools/scriptbuilder.cpp:649
-msgid "UseQt::Horizontal coordinates? (otherwise, use Equatorial)"
+msgid "Use Horizontal coordinates? (otherwise, use Equatorial)"
msgstr ""
#: tools/scriptbuilder.cpp:650