Diff for /accountex/www/en_translation.html between versions 1.12 and 1.13

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 <h4>Instructions</h4>  <h4>Instructions</h4>
In contents.rdf change all occurences of "en-US" to the appropriate locale code. For example: "la-VA" for Vatican/Latin.In <B>contents.rdf</B> change all occurences of "en-US" to the appropriate locale code. For example: "la-VA" for Vatican/Latin.
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 All terms that are still displayed in english need to be translated or re-translated.  All terms that are still displayed in english need to be translated or re-translated.
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"accountex.dtd" file - Contains options dialog strings and pie menu tips.<h5>accountex.dtd</h5> - Contains options dialog strings and pie menu tips.
 <ul>  <ul>
   <li>only translate expressions between "".</li>    <li>only translate expressions between "".</li>
         <li>save with UTF-8 encoding otherwise non ASCII characters will be garbled.</li>          <li>save with UTF-8 encoding otherwise non ASCII characters will be garbled.</li>
         <li>if you can't do this beacause of your file editor you must use the notation &#xxx; for every non-latin character where xxx is the decimal code of the character (don't forget the semi-colon).</li>          <li>if you can't do this beacause of your file editor you must use the notation &#xxx; for every non-latin character where xxx is the decimal code of the character (don't forget the semi-colon).</li>
   <li>the action names must be 20 characters length (approx)</li>  
 </ul>  </ul>
<br><B>accountex.properties</B> - Contains pie menu tooltips and alert strings.
"easygestures.properties" file - Contains pie menu tooltips and alert strings. 
 <ul>  <ul>
   <li>don't translate expressions on the left side of "=" character.</li>    <li>don't translate expressions on the left side of "=" character.</li>
         <li>use the notation \uxxxx for every non-latin character where xxxx is the hexadecimal code of the character.</li>          <li>use the notation \uxxxx for every non-latin character where xxxx is the hexadecimal code of the character.</li>

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