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diff --git a/phpBB/language/en/acp/common.php b/phpBB/language/en/acp/common.php
index fdbc4ae..a1e2d1e 100644
--- a/phpBB/language/en/acp/common.php
+++ b/phpBB/language/en/acp/common.php
@@ -231,6 +231,7 @@ $lang = array_merge($lang, array(
'CRON_NO_SUCH_TASK' => 'Could not find cron task “%s”.',
'CRON_NO_TASK' => 'No cron tasks need to be run right now.',
'CRON_NO_TASKS' => 'No cron tasks could be found.',
+ 'CURRENT_VERSION' => 'Current version',
'DEACTIVATE' => 'Deactivate',
'DIRECTORY_DOES_NOT_EXIST' => 'The entered path “%s” does not exist.',
@@ -256,6 +257,7 @@ $lang = array_merge($lang, array(
'IP' => 'User IP',
'IP_HOSTNAME' => 'IP addresses or hostnames',
+ 'LATEST_VERSION' => 'Latest version',
'LOAD_NOTIFICATIONS' => 'Display Notifications',
'LOAD_NOTIFICATIONS_EXPLAIN' => 'Display the notifications list on every page (typically in the header).',
'LOGGED_IN_AS' => 'You are logged in as:',
@@ -288,7 +290,9 @@ $lang = array_merge($lang, array(
'PERMISSIONS_TRANSFERRED_EXPLAIN' => 'You currently have the permissions from %1$s. You are able to browse the board with this user’s permissions, but not access the administration control panel since admin permissions were not transferred. You can <a href="%2$s"><strong>revert to your permission set</strong></a> at any time.',
'PROCEED_TO_ACP' => '%sProceed to the ACP%s',
+ 'RELEASE_ANNOUNCEMENT' => 'Announcement',
'REMIND' => 'Remind',
+ 'REPARSE_LOCK_ERROR' => 'Reparsing is already in progress by another process.',
'RESYNC' => 'Resynchronise',
'RUNNING_TASK' => 'Running task: %s.',
@@ -420,6 +424,11 @@ $lang = array_merge($lang, array(
'VALUE' => 'Value',
'VERSIONCHECK_FAIL' => 'Failed to obtain latest version information.',
'VERSIONCHECK_FORCE_UPDATE' => 'Re-Check version',
+ 'VERSION_CHECK' => 'Version check',
+ 'VERSION_CHECK_EXPLAIN' => 'Checks to see if your phpBB installation is up to date.',
+ 'VERSION_NOT_UP_TO_DATE_ACP' => 'Your phpBB installation is not up to date.<br />Below is a link to the release announcement, which contains more information as well as instructions on updating.',
+ 'VERSION_NOT_UP_TO_DATE_TITLE' => 'Your phpBB installation is not up to date.',
+ 'VERSION_UP_TO_DATE_ACP' => 'Your phpBB installation is up to date. There are no updates available at this time.',
'VIEW_ADMIN_LOG' => 'View administrator log',
'VIEW_INACTIVE_USERS' => 'View inactive users',
diff --git a/phpBB/language/en/common.php b/phpBB/language/en/common.php
index f6b9bce..a473e0d 100644
--- a/phpBB/language/en/common.php
+++ b/phpBB/language/en/common.php
@@ -698,8 +698,10 @@ $lang = array_merge($lang, array(
'SORRY_AUTH_READ_TOPIC' => 'You are not authorised to read this topic.',
'SORRY_AUTH_VIEW_ATTACH' => 'You are not authorised to download this attachment.',
'SORT_BY' => 'Sort by',
+ 'SORT_DIRECTION' => 'Direction',
'SORT_JOINED' => 'Joined date',
'SORT_LOCATION' => 'Location',
+ 'SORT_OPTIONS' => 'Display and sorting options',
'SORT_RANK' => 'Rank',
'SORT_POSTS' => 'Posts',
'SORT_TOPIC_TITLE' => 'Topic title',
diff --git a/phpBB/language/en/help/bbcode.php b/phpBB/language/en/help/bbcode.php
index d3b36d8..e9f3562 100644
--- a/phpBB/language/en/help/bbcode.php
+++ b/phpBB/language/en/help/bbcode.php
@@ -35,13 +35,13 @@ $lang = array_merge($lang, array(
'HELP_BBCODE_IMAGES_ATTACHMENT_ANSWER' => 'Attachments can now be placed in any part of a post by using the new <strong>[attachment=][/attachment]</strong> BBCode, if the attachments functionality has been enabled by a board administrator and if you are given the appropriate permissions to create attachments. Within the posting screen is a drop-down box (respectively a button) for placing attachments inline.',
'HELP_BBCODE_IMAGES_ATTACHMENT_QUESTION' => 'Adding attachments into a post',
- 'HELP_BBCODE_IMAGES_BASIC_ANSWER' => 'phpBB BBCode incorporates a tag for including images in your posts. Two very important things to remember when using this tag are: many users do not appreciate lots of images being shown in posts and secondly the image you display must already be available on the internet (it cannot exist only on your computer for example, unless you run a webserver!). To display an image you must surround the URL pointing to the image with <strong>[img][/img]</strong> tags. For example:<br /><br /><strong>[img]</strong>http://www.phpbb.com/theme/images/logos/blue/160x52.png<strong>[/img]</strong><br /><br />As noted in the URL section above you can wrap an image in a <strong>[url][/url]</strong> tag if you wish, e.g.<br /><br /><strong>[url=http://www.phpbb.com/][img]</strong>http://www.phpbb.com/theme/images/logos/blue/160x52.png<strong>[/img][/url]</strong><br /><br />would generate:<br /><br /><a href="http://www.phpbb.com/"><img src="http://www.phpbb.com/theme/images/logos/blue/160x52.png" alt="" /></a>',
+ 'HELP_BBCODE_IMAGES_BASIC_ANSWER' => 'phpBB BBCode incorporates a tag for including images in your posts. Two very important things to remember when using this tag are: many users do not appreciate lots of images being shown in posts and secondly the image you display must already be available on the internet (it cannot exist only on your computer for example, unless you run a webserver!). To display an image you must surround the URL pointing to the image with <strong>[img][/img]</strong> tags. For example:<br /><br /><strong>[img]</strong>https://www.phpbb.com/theme/images/logos/blue/160x52.png<strong>[/img]</strong><br /><br />As noted in the URL section above you can wrap an image in a <strong>[url][/url]</strong> tag if you wish, e.g.<br /><br /><strong>[url=https://www.phpbb.com/][img]</strong>https://www.phpbb.com/theme/images/logos/blue/160x52.png<strong>[/img][/url]</strong><br /><br />would generate:<br /><br /><a href="https://www.phpbb.com/"><img src="https://www.phpbb.com/theme/images/logos/blue/160x52.png" alt="" /></a>',
'HELP_BBCODE_IMAGES_BASIC_QUESTION' => 'Adding an image to a post',
'HELP_BBCODE_INTRO_BBCODE_ANSWER' => 'BBCode is a special implementation of HTML. Whether you can actually use BBCode in your posts on the forum is determined by the administrator. In addition you can disable BBCode on a per post basis via the posting form. BBCode itself is similar in style to HTML, tags are enclosed in square brackets [ and ] rather than &lt; and &gt; and it offers greater control over what and how something is displayed. Depending on the template you are using you may find adding BBCode to your posts is made much easier through a clickable interface above the message area on the posting form. Even with this you may find the following guide useful.',
'HELP_BBCODE_INTRO_BBCODE_QUESTION' => 'What is BBCode?',
- 'HELP_BBCODE_LINKS_BASIC_ANSWER' => 'phpBB BBCode supports a number of ways of creating URIs (Uniform Resource Indicators) better known as URLs.<ul><li>The first of these uses the <strong>[url=][/url]</strong> tag, whatever you type after the = sign will cause the contents of that tag to act as a URL. For example to link to phpBB.com you could use:<br /><br /><strong>[url=http://www.phpbb.com/]</strong>Visit phpBB!<strong>[/url]</strong><br /><br />This would generate the following link, <a href="http://www.phpbb.com/">Visit phpBB!</a> Please notice that the link opens in the same window or a new window depending on the users browser preferences.</li><li>If you want the URL itself displayed as the link you can do this by simply using:<br /><br /><strong>[url]</strong>http://www.phpbb.com/<strong>[/url]</strong><br /><br />This would generate the following link, <a href="http://www.phpbb.com/">http://www.phpbb.com/</a></li><li>Additionally, phpBB features something called <i>Magic Links</i>, this will turn any syntactically correct URL into a link without you needing to specify any tags or even the leading http://. For example typing www.phpbb.com into your message will automatically lead to <a href="http://www.phpbb.com/">www.phpbb.com</a> being output when you view the message.</li><li>The same thing applies equally to email addresses, you can either specify an address explicitly for example:<br /><br /><strong>[email]</strong>no.one@domain.adr<strong>[/email]</strong><br /><br />which will output <a href="mailto:no.one@domain.adr">no.one@domain.adr</a> or you can just type no.one@domain.adr into your message and it will be automatically converted when you view.</li></ul>As with all the BBCode tags you can wrap URLs around any of the other tags such as <strong>[img][/img]</strong> (see next entry), <strong>[b][/b]</strong>, etc. As with the formatting tags it is up to you to ensure the correct open and close order is following, for example:<br /><br /><strong>[url=http://www.phpbb.com/][img]</strong>http://www.phpbb.com/theme/images/logos/blue/160x52.png<strong>[/url][/img]</strong><br /><br />is <span style="text-decoration: underline">not</span> correct which may lead to your post being deleted so take care.',
+ 'HELP_BBCODE_LINKS_BASIC_ANSWER' => 'phpBB BBCode supports a number of ways of creating URIs (Uniform Resource Indicators) better known as URLs.<ul><li>The first of these uses the <strong>[url=][/url]</strong> tag, whatever you type after the = sign will cause the contents of that tag to act as a URL. For example to link to phpBB.com you could use:<br /><br /><strong>[url=https://www.phpbb.com/]</strong>Visit phpBB!<strong>[/url]</strong><br /><br />This would generate the following link, <a href="https://www.phpbb.com/">Visit phpBB!</a> Please notice that the link opens in the same window or a new window depending on the users browser preferences.</li><li>If you want the URL itself displayed as the link you can do this by simply using:<br /><br /><strong>[url]</strong>https://www.phpbb.com/<strong>[/url]</strong><br /><br />This would generate the following link, <a href="https://www.phpbb.com/">https://www.phpbb.com/</a></li><li>Additionally, phpBB features something called <i>Magic Links</i>, this will turn any syntactically correct URL into a link without you needing to specify any tags or even the leading http://. For example typing www.phpbb.com into your message will automatically lead to <a href="http://www.phpbb.com/">www.phpbb.com</a> being output when you view the message.</li><li>The same thing applies equally to email addresses, you can either specify an address explicitly for example:<br /><br /><strong>[email]</strong>no.one@domain.adr<strong>[/email]</strong><br /><br />which will output <a href="mailto:no.one@domain.adr">no.one@domain.adr</a> or you can just type no.one@domain.adr into your message and it will be automatically converted when you view.</li></ul>As with all the BBCode tags you can wrap URLs around any of the other tags such as <strong>[img][/img]</strong> (see next entry), <strong>[b][/b]</strong>, etc. As with the formatting tags it is up to you to ensure the correct open and close order is following, for example:<br /><br /><strong>[url=https://www.phpbb.com/][img]</strong>https://www.phpbb.com/theme/images/logos/blue/160x52.png<strong>[/url][/img]</strong><br /><br />is <span style="text-decoration: underline">not</span> correct which may lead to your post being deleted so take care.',
'HELP_BBCODE_LINKS_BASIC_QUESTION' => 'Linking to another site',
'HELP_BBCODE_LISTS_ORDERER_ANSWER' => 'The second type of list, an ordered list, gives you control over what is output before each item. To create an ordered list you use <strong>[list=1][/list]</strong> to create a numbered list or alternatively <strong>[list=a][/list]</strong> for an alphabetical list. As with the unordered list, items are specified using <strong>[*]</strong>. For example:<br /><br /><strong>[list=1]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>Go to the shops<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Buy a new computer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Swear at computer when it crashes<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />will generate the following:<ol style="list-style-type: decimal;"><li>Go to the shops</li><li>Buy a new computer</li><li>Swear at computer when it crashes</li></ol>Whereas for an alphabetical list you would use:<br /><br /><strong>[list=a]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>The first possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The second possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The third possible answer<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />giving<ol style="list-style-type: lower-alpha"><li>The first possible answer</li><li>The second possible answer</li><li>The third possible answer</li></ol>',
diff --git a/phpBB/language/en/help_bbcode.php b/phpBB/language/en/help_bbcode.php
index c674d5c..800ce3d 100644
--- a/phpBB/language/en/help_bbcode.php
+++ b/phpBB/language/en/help_bbcode.php
@@ -73,11 +73,11 @@ $help = array(
),
array(
0 => 'Creating an Unordered list',
- 1 => 'BBCode supports two types of lists, unordered and ordered. They are essentially the same as their HTML equivalents. An unordered list outputs each item in your list sequentially one after the other indenting each with a bullet character. To create an unordered list you use <strong>[list][/list]</strong> and define each item within the list using <strong>[*]</strong>. For example to list your favourite colours you could use:<br /><br /><strong>[list]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>Red<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Blue<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Yellow<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />This would generate the following list:<ul><li>Red</li><li>Blue</li><li>Yellow</li></ul>'
+ 1 => 'BBCode supports two types of lists, unordered and ordered. They are essentially the same as their HTML equivalents. An unordered list outputs each item in your list sequentially one after the other indenting each with a bullet character. To create an unordered list you use <strong>[list][/list]</strong> and define each item within the list using <strong>[*]</strong>. For example to list your favourite colours you could use:<br /><br /><strong>[list]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>Red<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Blue<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Yellow<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />This would generate the following list:<ul><li>Red</li><li>Blue</li><li>Yellow</li></ul><br />Alternatively you can specify the list’s bullet style using <strong>[list=disc][/list]</strong>, <strong>[list=circle][/list]</strong>, or <strong>[list=square][/list]</strong>.'
),
array(
0 => 'Creating an Ordered list',
- 1 => 'The second type of list, an ordered list, gives you control over what is output before each item. To create an ordered list you use <strong>[list=1][/list]</strong> to create a numbered list or alternatively <strong>[list=a][/list]</strong> for an alphabetical list. As with the unordered list, items are specified using <strong>[*]</strong>. For example:<br /><br /><strong>[list=1]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>Go to the shops<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Buy a new computer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Swear at computer when it crashes<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />will generate the following:<ol style="list-style-type: decimal;"><li>Go to the shops</li><li>Buy a new computer</li><li>Swear at computer when it crashes</li></ol>Whereas for an alphabetical list you would use:<br /><br /><strong>[list=a]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>The first possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The second possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The third possible answer<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />giving<ol style="list-style-type: lower-alpha"><li>The first possible answer</li><li>The second possible answer</li><li>The third possible answer</li></ol>'
+ 1 => 'The second type of list, an ordered list, gives you control over what is output before each item. To create an ordered list you use <strong>[list=1][/list]</strong> to create a numbered list or alternatively <strong>[list=a][/list]</strong> for an alphabetical list. As with the unordered list, items are specified using <strong>[*]</strong>. For example:<br /><br /><strong>[list=1]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>Go to the shops<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Buy a new computer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>Swear at computer when it crashes<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />will generate the following:<ol style="list-style-type: decimal;"><li>Go to the shops</li><li>Buy a new computer</li><li>Swear at computer when it crashes</li></ol>Whereas for an alphabetical list you would use:<br /><br /><strong>[list=a]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>The first possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The second possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The third possible answer<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />giving<ol style="list-style-type: lower-alpha"><li>The first possible answer</li><li>The second possible answer</li><li>The third possible answer</li></ol><br /><strong>[list=A]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>The first possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The second possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The third possible answer<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />giving<ol style="list-style-type: upper-alpha"><li>The first possible answer</li><li>The second possible answer</li><li>The third possible answer</li></ol><br /><strong>[list=i]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>The first possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The second possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The third possible answer<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />giving<ol style="list-style-type: lower-roman"><li>The first possible answer</li><li>The second possible answer</li><li>The third possible answer</li></ol><br /><strong>[list=I]</strong><br /><strong>[*]</strong>The first possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The second possible answer<br /><strong>[*]</strong>The third possible answer<br /><strong>[/list]</strong><br /><br />giving<ol style="list-style-type: upper-roman"><li>The first possible answer</li><li>The second possible answer</li><li>The third possible answer</li></ol>'
),
// This block will switch the FAQ-Questions to the second template column
array(
diff --git a/phpBB/language/en/install.php b/phpBB/language/en/install.php
index a42e868..64ab3c8 100644
--- a/phpBB/language/en/install.php
+++ b/phpBB/language/en/install.php
@@ -82,6 +82,9 @@ $lang = array_merge($lang, array(
<p>Only those databases supported on your server will be displayed.',
'ACP_LINK' => 'Take me to <a href="%1$s">the ACP</a>',
+
+ 'INSTALL_PHPBB_INSTALLED' => 'phpBB is already installed.',
+ 'INSTALL_PHPBB_NOT_INSTALLED' => 'phpBB is not installed yet.'
));
// Requirements translation
@@ -312,6 +315,9 @@ $lang = array_merge($lang, array(
'CLI_INSTALL_SHOW_CONFIG' => 'Show the configuration which will be used',
'CLI_INSTALL_VALIDATE_CONFIG' => 'Validate a configuration file',
'CLI_CONFIG_FILE' => 'Config file to use',
+ 'MISSING_FILE' => 'Unable to access file %1$s',
+ 'MISSING_DATA' => 'Config file is missing data or might contain invalid settings.',
+ 'INVALID_YAML_FILE' => 'Could not parse YAML file %1$s',
));
// Common updater messages
diff --git a/phpBB/language/en/memberlist.php b/phpBB/language/en/memberlist.php
index 5605f8f..c7b2bf5 100644
--- a/phpBB/language/en/memberlist.php
+++ b/phpBB/language/en/memberlist.php
@@ -101,6 +101,7 @@ $lang = array_merge($lang, array(
'LOGIN_EXPLAIN_SEARCHUSER' => 'The board requires you to be registered and logged in to search users.',
'LOGIN_EXPLAIN_VIEWPROFILE' => 'The board requires you to be registered and logged in to view profiles.',
+ 'MANAGE_GROUP' => 'Manage Group',
'MORE_THAN' => 'More than',
'NO_CONTACT_FORM' => 'The board administrator contact form has been disabled.',
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