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authorDarrell Anderson <humanreadable@yahoo.com>2012-05-10 18:02:14 -0500
committerDarrell Anderson <humanreadable@yahoo.com>2012-05-10 18:02:14 -0500
commite9efe389b4b528c4ac56fdde372f9d5128a536a3 (patch)
treed17afd4ba83dbf6c9d54c1681c2bd87f8d2d32a4 /kcontrol
parent4f24944314ddf35eca50330ebc4e7e995bacded7 (diff)
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Branding cleanup: KDE -> TDE.
Diffstat (limited to 'kcontrol')
-rw-r--r--kcontrol/colors/colorscm.cpp8
-rw-r--r--kcontrol/componentchooser/componentchooser_ui.ui4
-rw-r--r--kcontrol/crypto/crypto.cpp2
-rw-r--r--kcontrol/kio/kcookiesmain.cpp2
-rw-r--r--kcontrol/kio/socksbase.ui2
-rw-r--r--kcontrol/style/kcmstyle.cpp2
6 files changed, 10 insertions, 10 deletions
diff --git a/kcontrol/colors/colorscm.cpp b/kcontrol/colors/colorscm.cpp
index fc310df1..b3c3a568 100644
--- a/kcontrol/colors/colorscm.cpp
+++ b/kcontrol/colors/colorscm.cpp
@@ -98,15 +98,15 @@ KColorScheme::KColorScheme(TQWidget *parent, const char *name, const TQStringLis
nSysSchemes = 2;
setQuickHelp( i18n("<h1>Colors</h1> This module allows you to choose"
- " the color scheme used for the KDE desktop. The different"
+ " the color scheme used for the Trinity desktop. The different"
" elements of the desktop, such as title bars, menu text, etc.,"
" are called \"widgets\". You can choose the widget whose"
" color you want to change by selecting it from a list, or by"
" clicking on a graphical representation of the desktop.<p>"
" You can save color settings as complete color schemes,"
- " which can also be modified or deleted. KDE comes with several"
+ " which can also be modified or deleted. TDE comes with several"
" predefined color schemes on which you can base your own.<p>"
- " All KDE applications will obey the selected color scheme."
+ " All TDE applications will obey the selected color scheme."
" Non-TDE applications may also obey some or all of the color"
" settings, if this option is enabled."));
@@ -404,7 +404,7 @@ void KColorScheme::save()
}
runRdb( flags ); // Save the palette to qtrc for KStyles
- // Notify all KDE applications
+ // Notify all TDE applications
KIPC::sendMessageAll(KIPC::PaletteChanged);
// Update the "Current Scheme"
diff --git a/kcontrol/componentchooser/componentchooser_ui.ui b/kcontrol/componentchooser/componentchooser_ui.ui
index 6778e5a7..fb5915f1 100644
--- a/kcontrol/componentchooser/componentchooser_ui.ui
+++ b/kcontrol/componentchooser/componentchooser_ui.ui
@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@
<string>Default Component</string>
</property>
<property name="whatsThis" stdset="0">
- <string>Here you can change the component program. Components are programs that handle basic tasks, like the terminal emulator, the text editor and the email client. Different KDE applications sometimes need to invoke a console emulator, send a mail or display some text. To do so consistently, these applications always call the same components. You can choose here which programs these components are.</string>
+ <string>Here you can change the component program. Components are programs that handle basic tasks, like the terminal emulator, the text editor and the email client. Different TDE applications sometimes need to invoke a console emulator, send a mail or display some text. To do so consistently, these applications always call the same components. You can choose here which programs these components are.</string>
</property>
<vbox>
<property name="name">
@@ -115,7 +115,7 @@
<property name="whatsThis" stdset="0">
<string>&lt;qt&gt;
&lt;p&gt;This list shows the configurable component types. Click the component you want to configure.&lt;/p&gt;
-&lt;p&gt;In this dialog you can change KDE default components. Components are programs that handle basic tasks, like the terminal emulator, the text editor and the email client. Different KDE applications sometimes need to invoke a console emulator, send a mail or display some text. To do so consistently, these applications always call the same components. Here you can select which programs these components are.&lt;/p&gt;
+&lt;p&gt;In this dialog you can change TDE default components. Components are programs that handle basic tasks, like the terminal emulator, the text editor and the email client. Different TDE applications sometimes need to invoke a console emulator, send a mail or display some text. To do so consistently, these applications always call the same components. Here you can select which programs these components are.&lt;/p&gt;
&lt;/qt&gt;</string>
</property>
</widget>
diff --git a/kcontrol/crypto/crypto.cpp b/kcontrol/crypto/crypto.cpp
index d8ce7e9e..a498f9b1 100644
--- a/kcontrol/crypto/crypto.cpp
+++ b/kcontrol/crypto/crypto.cpp
@@ -224,7 +224,7 @@ TQBoxLayout *top = new TQVBoxLayout(this);
TQString whatstr;
setQuickHelp( i18n("<h1>Crypto</h1> This module allows you to configure SSL for"
- " use with most KDE applications, as well as manage your personal"
+ " use with most TDE applications, as well as manage your personal"
" certificates and the known certificate authorities."));
___lehack = false;
diff --git a/kcontrol/kio/kcookiesmain.cpp b/kcontrol/kio/kcookiesmain.cpp
index 8233f0d2..ed2317b2 100644
--- a/kcontrol/kio/kcookiesmain.cpp
+++ b/kcontrol/kio/kcookiesmain.cpp
@@ -81,7 +81,7 @@ void KCookiesMain::defaults()
TQString KCookiesMain::quickHelp() const
{
return i18n("<h1>Cookies</h1> Cookies contain information that Konqueror"
- " (or other KDE applications using the HTTP protocol) stores on your"
+ " (or other TDE applications using the HTTP protocol) stores on your"
" computer, initiated by a remote Internet server. This means that"
" a web server can store information about you and your browsing activities"
" on your machine for later use. You might consider this an invasion of"
diff --git a/kcontrol/kio/socksbase.ui b/kcontrol/kio/socksbase.ui
index 90e80124..bfda8e77 100644
--- a/kcontrol/kio/socksbase.ui
+++ b/kcontrol/kio/socksbase.ui
@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@
<string>&amp;Enable SOCKS support</string>
</property>
<property name="whatsThis" stdset="0">
- <string>Check this to enable SOCKS4 and SOCKS5 support in KDE applications and I/O subsystems.</string>
+ <string>Check this to enable SOCKS4 and SOCKS5 support in TDE applications and I/O subsystems.</string>
</property>
</widget>
<widget class="TQButtonGroup">
diff --git a/kcontrol/style/kcmstyle.cpp b/kcontrol/style/kcmstyle.cpp
index 1afd0a32..5784e362 100644
--- a/kcontrol/style/kcmstyle.cpp
+++ b/kcontrol/style/kcmstyle.cpp
@@ -1087,7 +1087,7 @@ void KCMStyle::addWhatsThis()
"Text is aligned alongside the icon.</p>"
"<b>Text under icons: </b> Shows icons and text on toolbar buttons. "
"Text is aligned below the icon.") );
- TQWhatsThis::add( cbIconsOnButtons, i18n( "If you enable this option, KDE Applications will "
+ TQWhatsThis::add( cbIconsOnButtons, i18n( "If you enable this option, TDE Applications will "
"show small icons alongside some important buttons.") );
TQWhatsThis::add( cbScrollablePopupMenus, i18n( "If you enable this option, pop-up menus will scroll if vertical space is exhausted." ) );
TQWhatsThis::add( cbTearOffHandles, i18n( "If you enable this option some pop-up menus will "