[orca/gnome-3-30] Update Finnish translation



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Author: Jiri Grönroos <jiri gronroos iki fi>
Date:   Fri Apr 5 10:50:57 2019 +0000

    Update Finnish translation

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-# Finnish messages for orca.
-# Copyright (C) 2006-2009 Ilkka Tuohela, Timo Jyrinki.
-# Suomennos: https://l10n.gnome.org/teams/fi/
-#
-# Gnome 2012-03 Finnish translation sprint participants:
-#
-# Ilkka Tuohela <hile iki fi>, 2006-2009.
-# Timo Jyrinki <timo jyrinki iki fi>, 2008.
-# Tommi Vainikainen <thv iki fi>, 2010.
-# Lasse Liehu <lasse liehu gmail com>, 2014.
-# Jiri Grönroos <jiri gronroos+l10n iki fi>, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014.
-#
-msgid ""
-msgstr ""
-"Project-Id-Version: orca\n"
-"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cgi?";
-"product=orca&keywords=I18N+L10N&component=i18n\n"
-"POT-Creation-Date: 2018-02-08 19:43+0000\n"
-"PO-Revision-Date: 2018-02-21 17:46+0200\n"
-"Last-Translator: Jiri Grönroos <jiri gronroos+l10n iki fi>\n"
-"Language-Team: suomi <gnome-fi-laatu lists sourceforge net>\n"
-"Language: fi\n"
-"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
-"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8\n"
-"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
-"Plural-Forms: nplurals=2; plural=(n != 1);\n"
-"X-POT-Import-Date: 2012-03-05 14:45:41+0000\n"
-"X-Generator: Poedit 2.0.3\n"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an invalid GUI object.
-#. We strive to keep it under three characters to preserve real estate.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:36
-msgid "???"
-msgstr "???"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an alert dialog.
-#. NOTE for all the short braille words: they we strive to keep them
-#. around three characters to preserve real estate on the braille
-#. display.  The letters are chosen to make them unique across all
-#. other rolenames, and they typically act like an abbreviation.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:43
-msgid "alrt"
-msgstr "hälytys"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an animation widget.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:46
-msgid "anim"
-msgstr "animaatio"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an arrow widget.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:49
-msgid "arw"
-msgstr "nuoli"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a calendar widget.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:52
-msgid "cal"
-msgstr "kal"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a canvas widget.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:55
-msgid "cnv"
-msgstr "kng"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a caption (e.g.,
-#. table caption).
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:59
-msgid "cptn"
-msgstr "ots"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a checkbox.
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a check menu item.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:62 ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:65
-msgid "chk"
-msgstr "rst"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a color chooser.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:68
-msgid "clrchsr"
-msgstr "värval"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a column header.
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a table column header.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:71 ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:230
-msgid "colhdr"
-msgstr "srkots"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a combo box.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:74
-msgid "cbo"
-msgstr "mnvlt"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a date editor.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:77
-msgid "dat"
-msgstr "pvm"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a desktop icon.
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a icon.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:80 ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:131
-msgid "icn"
-msgstr "kvk"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a desktop frame.
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a frame.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:83 ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:119
-msgid "frm"
-msgstr "rmi"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a dial.
-#. You should attempt to treat it as an abbreviation of
-#. the translated word for "dial".  It is OK to use an
-#. unabbreviated word as long as it is relatively short.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:89
-msgctxt "shortbraille"
-msgid "dial"
-msgstr "nmrlv"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a dialog.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:92
-msgid "dlg"
-msgstr "vln"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a directory pane.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:95
-msgid "dip"
-msgstr "hkmpn"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an HTML document frame.
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an html container.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:98 ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:128
-msgid "html"
-msgstr "html"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a drawing area.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:101
-msgid "draw"
-msgstr "prt"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a file chooser.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:104
-msgid "fchsr"
-msgstr "tdval"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a filler.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:107
-msgid "flr"
-msgstr "tyt"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a font chooser.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:110
-msgid "fnt"
-msgstr "krj"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a form.
-#. You should attempt to treat it as an abbreviation of
-#. the translated word for "form".  It is OK to use an
-#. unabbreviated word as long as it is relatively short.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:116
-msgctxt "shortbraille"
-msgid "form"
-msgstr "kaavake"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a glass pane.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:122
-msgid "gpn"
-msgstr "lspn"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a heading.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:125
-msgid "hdng"
-msgstr "ots"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a image.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:134
-msgid "img"
-msgstr "kv"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an internal frame.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:137
-msgid "ifrm"
-msgstr "rmi"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a label.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:140
-msgid "lbl"
-msgstr "nmm"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a layered pane.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:143
-msgid "lyrdpn"
-msgstr "krpn"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a link.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:146
-msgid "lnk"
-msgstr "linkki"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a list.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:149
-msgid "lst"
-msgstr "lst"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a list item.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:152
-msgid "lstitm"
-msgstr "lstkht"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a menu.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:155
-msgid "mnu"
-msgstr "val"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a menu bar.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:158
-msgid "mnubr"
-msgstr "valplk"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a menu item.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:161
-msgid "mnuitm"
-msgstr "valkht"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an option pane.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:164
-msgid "optnpn"
-msgstr "valpn"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a page tab.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:167
-msgid "pgt"
-msgstr "vlt"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a page tab list.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:170
-msgid "tblst"
-msgstr "srklst"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a panel.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:173
-msgid "pnl"
-msgstr "pnl"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a password field.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:176
-msgid "pwd"
-msgstr "sal"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a popup menu.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:179
-msgid "popmnu"
-msgstr "pnhvlk"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a progress bar.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:182
-msgid "pgbar"
-msgstr "edpal"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a push button.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:185
-msgid "btn"
-msgstr "pnk"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a radio button.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:188
-msgid "radio"
-msgstr "vpk"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a radio menu item.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:191
-msgid "rdmnuitm"
-msgstr "vevk"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a root pane.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:194
-msgid "rtpn"
-msgstr "jrpn"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a row header.
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a table row header.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:197 ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:233
-msgid "rwhdr"
-msgstr "rvots"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a scroll bar.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:200
-msgid "scbr"
-msgstr "vrtplk"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a scroll pane.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:203
-msgid "scpn"
-msgstr "vrp"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a section (e.g., in html).
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:206
-msgid "sctn"
-msgstr "osio"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a separator.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:209
-msgid "seprtr"
-msgstr "ertn"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a slider.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:212
-msgid "sldr"
-msgstr "lku"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a split pane.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:215
-msgid "spltpn"
-msgstr "jpn"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a spin button.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:218
-msgid "spin"
-msgstr "krt"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a statusbar.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:221
-msgid "statbr"
-msgstr "tlplk"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a table.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:224
-msgid "tbl"
-msgstr "tlk"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a table cell.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:227
-msgid "cll"
-msgstr "solu"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a tear off menu item.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:236
-msgid "tomnuitm"
-msgstr "irrvalkht"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a terminal.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:239
-msgid "term"
-msgstr "pte"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a text entry field.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:242
-msgid "txt"
-msgstr "txt"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a toggle button.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:245
-msgid "tglbtn"
-msgstr "vpnk"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a toolbar.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:248
-msgid "tbar"
-msgstr "tklplk"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a tooltip.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:251
-msgid "tip"
-msgstr "vhj"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a tree.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:254
-msgid "tre"
-msgstr "puu"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a tree table.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:257
-msgid "trtbl"
-msgstr "puutlu"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for when the rolename of an object is unknown.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:260
-msgid "unk"
-msgstr "tnt"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a viewport.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:263
-msgid "vwprt"
-msgstr "nkm"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a window.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:266
-msgid "wnd"
-msgstr "ikn"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a header.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:269
-msgid "hdr"
-msgstr "ots"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a footer.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:272
-msgid "ftr"
-msgstr "avt"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a paragraph.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:275
-msgid "para"
-msgstr "kpl"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a application.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:278
-msgid "app"
-msgstr "sov"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a autocomplete.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:281
-msgid "auto"
-msgstr "auto"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an editbar.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:284
-msgid "edtbr"
-msgstr "mknplk"
-
-#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an embedded component.
-#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:287
-msgid "emb"
-msgstr "upt"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:36
-msgid "Czech Grade 1"
-msgstr "Tsekki taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:40
-msgid "Spanish Grade 1"
-msgstr "Espanja taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:44
-msgid "Canada French Grade 2"
-msgstr "Kanadan ranska taso 2"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:48
-msgid "France French Grade 2"
-msgstr "Ranska taso 2"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:52
-msgid "Latvian Grade 1"
-msgstr "Latvia taso 2"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:56
-msgid "Netherlands Dutch Grade 1"
-msgstr "Hollannin hollanti taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:60
-msgid "Norwegian Grade 0"
-msgstr "Norja taso 0"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:64
-msgid "Norwegian Grade 1"
-msgstr "Norja taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:68
-msgid "Norwegian Grade 2"
-msgstr "Norja taso 2"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:72
-msgid "Norwegian Grade 3"
-msgstr "Norja taso 3"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:76
-msgid "Polish Grade 1"
-msgstr "Puola taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:80
-msgid "Portuguese Grade 1"
-msgstr "Portugali taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:84
-msgid "Swedish Grade 1"
-msgstr "Ruotsi taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:88
-msgid "Arabic Grade 1"
-msgstr "Arabia taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:92
-msgid "Welsh Grade 1"
-msgstr "Iiri taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:96
-msgid "Welsh Grade 2"
-msgstr "Iiri taso 2"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:100
-msgid "German Grade 0"
-msgstr "Saksa taso 0"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:104
-msgid "German Grade 1"
-msgstr "Saksa taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:108
-msgid "German Grade 2"
-msgstr "Saksa taso 2"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:112
-msgid "U.K. English Grade 2"
-msgstr "Brittienglanti taso 2"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:116
-msgid "U.K. English Grade 1"
-msgstr "Brittienglanti taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:120
-msgid "U.S. English Grade 1"
-msgstr "Amerikanenglanti taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:124
-msgid "U.S. English Grade 2"
-msgstr "Amerikanenglanti taso 2"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:128
-msgid "Canada French Grade 1"
-msgstr "Kanadan ranska taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:132
-msgid "France French Grade 1"
-msgstr "Ranska taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:136
-msgid "Greek Grade 1"
-msgstr "Kreikka taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:140
-msgid "Hindi Grade 1"
-msgstr "Hindi taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:144
-msgid "Hungarian 8 dot computer"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:148
-msgid "Hungarian Grade 1"
-msgstr "Unkari taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:152
-msgid "Italian Grade 1"
-msgstr "Italia taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
-#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
-#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:156
-msgid "Belgium Dutch Grade 1"
-msgstr "Belgian hollanti taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the space character
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:41 ../src/orca/keynames.py:138
-msgid "space"
-msgstr "välilyönti"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the newline character
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:45
-msgid "newline"
-msgstr "rivinvaihto"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the tab character
-#.
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the tab key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:49 ../src/orca/keynames.py:130
-msgid "tab"
-msgstr "sarkain"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '!' (U+0021)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:53
-msgid "exclaim"
-msgstr "huutomerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '"' (U+0022)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:57
-msgid "quote"
-msgstr "lainausmerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '#' (U+0023)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:61
-msgid "number"
-msgstr "numero"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '$' (U+0024)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:65
-msgid "dollar"
-msgstr "dollari"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '%' (U+0025)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:69
-msgid "percent"
-msgstr "prosentti"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '&' (U+0026)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:73
-msgid "and"
-msgstr "ja"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character ''' (U+0027)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:77
-msgid "apostrophe"
-msgstr "heittomerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '(' (U+0028)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:81
-msgid "left paren"
-msgstr "vasen sulku"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character ')' (U+0029)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:85
-msgid "right paren"
-msgstr "oikea sulku"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '*' (U+002a)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:89
-msgid "star"
-msgstr "tähti"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '+' (U+002b)
-#.
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the plus key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:93 ../src/orca/keynames.py:298
-msgid "plus"
-msgstr "plus"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character ',' (U+002c)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:97
-msgid "comma"
-msgstr "pilkku"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '-' (U+002d)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:101
-msgid "dash"
-msgstr "viiva"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '.' (U+002e)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:105
-msgid "dot"
-msgstr "piste"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '/' (U+002f)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:109
-msgid "slash"
-msgstr "kauttaviiva"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character ':' (U+003a)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:113
-msgid "colon"
-msgstr "piste"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character ';' (U+003b)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:117
-msgid "semicolon"
-msgstr "puolipiste"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '< ' (U+003c)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:121
-msgid "less"
-msgstr "pienempi kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '=' (U+003d)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:125
-msgid "equals"
-msgstr "yhtäsuuri"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '> ' (U+003e)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:129
-msgid "greater"
-msgstr "suurempi kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '?' (U+003f)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:133
-msgid "question"
-msgstr "kysymysmerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '@' (U+0040)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:137
-msgid "at"
-msgstr "at"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '[' (U+005b)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:141
-msgid "left bracket"
-msgstr "vasen kaarisulku"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '\' (U+005c)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:145
-msgid "backslash"
-msgstr "kenoviiva"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character ']' (U+005d)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:149
-msgid "right bracket"
-msgstr "oikea kaarisulku"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '^' (U+005e)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:153
-msgid "caret"
-msgstr "kohdistin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '_' (U+005f)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:157
-msgid "underline"
-msgstr "alaviiva"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '`' (U+0060)
-#.
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the
-#. non-spacing diacritical key for the grave glyph
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:161 ../src/orca/keynames.py:255
-msgid "grave"
-msgstr "takahipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '{' (U+007b)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:165
-msgid "left brace"
-msgstr "vasen kaarisulku"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '|' (U+007c)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:169
-msgid "vertical bar"
-msgstr "pystyviiva"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '}' (U+007d)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:173
-msgid "right brace"
-msgstr "oikea kaarisulku"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '~' (U+007e)
-#.
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the
-#. non-spacing diacritical key for the tilde glyph
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:177 ../src/orca/keynames.py:270
-msgid "tilde"
-msgstr "tilde"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken character for the no break space
-#. character (e.g., "&nbsp;" in HTML -- U+00a0)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:182
-msgid "no break space"
-msgstr "ei-katkaiseva väli"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¡' (U+00a1)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:186
-msgid "inverted exclamation point"
-msgstr "Huutomerkki ylösalaisin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¢' (U+00a2)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:190
-msgid "cents"
-msgstr "sentti"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '£' (U+00a3)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:194
-msgid "pounds"
-msgstr "punta"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¤' (U+00a4)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:198
-msgid "currency sign"
-msgstr "valuuttamerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¥' (U+00a5)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:202
-msgid "yen"
-msgstr "jeni"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¦' (U+00a6)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:206
-msgid "broken bar"
-msgstr "katkaistu palkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '§' (U+00a7)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:210
-msgid "section"
-msgstr "osio"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¨' (U+00a8)
-#.
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the
-#. non-spacing diacritical key for the diaeresis glyph
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:214 ../src/orca/keynames.py:275
-msgid "diaeresis"
-msgstr "diaeresis"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '©' (U+00a9)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:218
-msgid "copyright"
-msgstr "tekijänoikeudet"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ª' (U+00aa)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:222
-msgid "superscript a"
-msgstr "yläindeksi a"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '«' (U+00ab)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:226
-msgid "left double angle bracket"
-msgstr "vasen kaksoiskaarisulku"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¬' (U+00ac)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:230
-msgid "logical not"
-msgstr "looginen ei"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '­' (U+00ad)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:234
-msgid "soft hyphen"
-msgstr "pehmeä väliviiva"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '®' (U+00ae)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:238
-msgid "registered"
-msgstr "rekisteröity"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¯' (U+00af)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:242
-msgid "macron"
-msgstr "yläviiva"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '°' (U+00b0)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:246
-msgid "degrees"
-msgstr "astetta"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '±' (U+00b1)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:250
-msgid "plus or minus"
-msgstr "plus-miinus"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '²' (U+00b2)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:254
-msgid "superscript 2"
-msgstr "yläindeksi 2"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '³' (U+00b3)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:258
-msgid "superscript 3"
-msgstr "yläindeksi 3"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '´' (U+00b4)
-#.
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the
-#. non-spacing diacritical key for the acute glyph
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:262 ../src/orca/keynames.py:260
-msgid "acute"
-msgstr "hipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'µ' (U+00b5)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:266
-msgid "mu"
-msgstr "mu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¶' (U+00b6)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:270
-msgid "paragraph marker"
-msgstr "kappalemerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '·' (U+00b7)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:274
-msgid "middle dot"
-msgstr "keskipiste"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¸' (U+00b8)
-#.
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the
-#. non-spacing diacritical key for the cedilla glyph
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:278 ../src/orca/keynames.py:285
-msgid "cedilla"
-msgstr "cedilla"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¹' (U+00b9)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:282
-msgid "superscript 1"
-msgstr "yläindeksi 1"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'º' (U+00ba)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:286
-msgid "ordinal"
-msgstr "järjestysnumero"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '»' (U+00bb)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:290
-msgid "right double angle bracket"
-msgstr "oikea kaksoiskaarisulku"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¼' (U+00bc)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:294
-msgid "one fourth"
-msgstr "neljäsosa"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '½' (U+00bd)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:298
-msgid "one half"
-msgstr "puolikas"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¾' (U+00be)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:302
-msgid "three fourths"
-msgstr "kolme neljäsosaa"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¿' (U+00bf)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:306
-msgid "inverted question mark"
-msgstr "Kysymysmerkki ylösalaisin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'á' (U+00e1)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:310
-msgid "a acute"
-msgstr "a hipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'À' (U+00c0)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:314
-msgid "A GRAVE"
-msgstr "A TAKAHIPSU"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Á' (U+00c1)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:318
-msgid "A ACUTE"
-msgstr "A HIPSU"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Â' (U+00c2)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:322
-msgid "A CIRCUMFLEX"
-msgstr "A CIRCUMFLEX"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ã' (U+00c3)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:326
-msgid "A TILDE"
-msgstr "A TILDE"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ä' (U+00c4)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:330
-msgid "A UMLAUT"
-msgstr "Ä"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Å' (U+00c5)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:334
-msgid "A RING"
-msgstr "RUOTSALAINEN O"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Æ' (U+00c6)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:338
-msgid "A E"
-msgstr "A E"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ç' (U+00c7)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:342
-msgid "C CEDILLA"
-msgstr "C CEDILLA"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'È' (U+00c8)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:346
-msgid "E GRAVE"
-msgstr "E TAKAHIPSU"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'É' (U+00c9)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:350
-msgid "E ACUTE"
-msgstr "E HIPSU"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ê' (U+00ca)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:354
-msgid "E CIRCUMFLEX"
-msgstr "E CIRCUMFLEX"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ë' (U+00cb)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:358
-msgid "E UMLAUT"
-msgstr "E UMLAUT"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ì' (U+00cc)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:362
-msgid "I GRAVE"
-msgstr "I TAKAHIPSU"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Í' (U+00cd)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:366
-msgid "I ACUTE"
-msgstr "I HIPSU"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Î' (U+00ce)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:370
-msgid "I CIRCUMFLEX"
-msgstr "I CIRCUMFLEX"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ï' (U+00cf)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:374
-msgid "I UMLAUT"
-msgstr "I UMLAUT"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ð' (U+00d0)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:378
-msgid "ETH"
-msgstr "ETH"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ñ' (U+00d1)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:382
-msgid "N TILDE"
-msgstr "N TILDE"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ò' (U+00d2)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:386
-msgid "O GRAVE"
-msgstr "O TAKAHIPSU"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ó' (U+00d3)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:390
-msgid "O ACUTE"
-msgstr "O HIPSU"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ô' (U+00d4)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:394
-msgid "O CIRCUMFLEX"
-msgstr "O CIRCUMFLEX"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Õ' (U+00d5)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:398
-msgid "O TILDE"
-msgstr "O TILDE"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ö' (U+00d6)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:402
-msgid "O UMLAUT"
-msgstr "Ö"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '×' (U+00d7)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:406
-msgid "times"
-msgstr "kertomerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ø' (U+00d8)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:410
-msgid "O STROKE"
-msgstr "NORJALAINEN Ö"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ù' (U+00d9)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:414
-msgid "U GRAVE"
-msgstr "U TAKAHIPSU"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ú' (U+00da)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:418
-msgid "U ACUTE"
-msgstr "U HIPSU"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Û' (U+00db)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:422
-msgid "U CIRCUMFLEX"
-msgstr "U CIRCUMFLEX"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ü' (U+00dc)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:426
-msgid "U UMLAUT"
-msgstr "U UMLAUT"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ý' (U+00dd)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:430
-msgid "Y ACUTE"
-msgstr "Y HIPSU"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Þ' (U+00de)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:434
-msgid "THORN"
-msgstr "THORN"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ß' (U+00df)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:438
-msgid "s sharp"
-msgstr "suhuässä"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'à' (U+00e0)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:442
-msgid "a grave"
-msgstr "a takahipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'â' (U+00e2)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:446
-msgid "a circumflex"
-msgstr "a circumflex"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ã' (U+00e3)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:450
-msgid "a tilde"
-msgstr "a tilde"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ä' (U+00e4)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:454
-msgid "a umlaut"
-msgstr "ä"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'å' (U+00e5)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:458
-msgid "a ring"
-msgstr "ruotsalainen å"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'æ' (U+00e6)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:462
-msgid "a e"
-msgstr "a e"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ç' (U+00e7)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:466
-msgid "c cedilla"
-msgstr "c cedilla"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'è' (U+00e8)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:470
-msgid "e grave"
-msgstr "e takahipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'é' (U+00e9)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:474
-msgid "e acute"
-msgstr "e hipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ê' (U+00ea)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:478
-msgid "e circumflex"
-msgstr "e circumflex"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ë' (U+00eb)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:482
-msgid "e umlaut"
-msgstr "e-umlaut"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ì' (U+00ec)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:486
-msgid "i grave"
-msgstr "i takahipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'í' (U+00ed)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:490
-msgid "i acute"
-msgstr "i hipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'î' (U+00ee)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:494
-msgid "i circumflex"
-msgstr "i circumflex"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ï' (U+00ef)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:498
-msgid "i umlaut"
-msgstr "i umlaut"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ð' (U+00f0)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:502
-msgid "eth"
-msgstr "eth"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ñ' (U+00f1)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:506
-msgid "n tilde"
-msgstr "n tilde"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ò' (U+00f2)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:510
-msgid "o grave"
-msgstr "o takahipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ó' (U+00f3)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:514
-msgid "o acute"
-msgstr "o hipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ô' (U+00f4)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:518
-msgid "o circumflex"
-msgstr "o circumflex"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'õ' (U+00f5)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:522
-msgid "o tilde"
-msgstr "o tilde"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ö' (U+00f6)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:526
-msgid "o umlaut"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '÷' (U+00f7)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:530
-msgid "divided by"
-msgstr "jakomerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ø' (U+00f8)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:534
-msgid "o stroke"
-msgstr "norjalainen ö"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'þ' (U+00fe)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:538
-msgid "thorn"
-msgstr "thorn"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ú' (U+00fa)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:542
-msgid "u acute"
-msgstr "u hipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ù' (U+00f9)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:546
-msgid "u grave"
-msgstr "u takahipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'û' (U+00fb)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:550
-msgid "u circumflex"
-msgstr "u circumflex"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ü' (U+00fc)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:554
-msgid "u umlaut"
-msgstr "u umlaut"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ý' (U+00fd)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:558
-msgid "y acute"
-msgstr "y hipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ÿ' (U+00ff)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:562
-msgid "y umlaut"
-msgstr "y umlaut"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ÿ' (U+0178)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:566
-msgid "Y UMLAUT"
-msgstr "Y UMLAUT"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ƒ' (U+0192)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:570
-msgid "florin"
-msgstr "floriini"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '–' (U+2013)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:574
-msgid "en dash"
-msgstr "pitkä viiva"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the left single quote: ‘
-#. (U+2018)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:579
-msgid "left single quote"
-msgstr "yksinkertainen vasen lainausmerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the right single quote: ’
-#. (U+2019)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:584
-msgid "right single quote"
-msgstr "yksinkertainen oikea lainausmerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '‚' (U+201a)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:588
-msgid "single low quote"
-msgstr "yksinkertainen alalainausmerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '“' (U+201c)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:592
-msgid "left double quote"
-msgstr "kaksinkertainen vasen lainausmerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '”' (U+201d)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:596
-msgid "right double quote"
-msgstr "kaksinkertainen oikea ainausmerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '„' (U+201e)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:600
-msgid "double low quote"
-msgstr "kaksinkertainen alalainausmerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '†' (U+2020)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:604
-msgid "dagger"
-msgstr "risti"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '‡' (U+2021)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:608
-msgid "double dagger"
-msgstr "kaksoisristi"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '•' (U+2022)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:612
-msgid "bullet"
-msgstr "luoti"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '‣' (U+2023)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:616
-msgid "triangular bullet"
-msgstr "kolmikulmainen luoti"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '‰' (U+2030)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:620
-msgid "per mille"
-msgstr "promille"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '′' (U+2032)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:624
-msgid "prime"
-msgstr "hipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '″' (U+2033)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:628
-msgid "double prime"
-msgstr "kaksoishipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '‴' (U+2034)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:632
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "double prime"
-msgid "triple prime"
-msgstr "kaksoishipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁃' (U+2043)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:636
-msgid "hyphen bullet"
-msgstr "luotiviiva"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '€' (U+20ac)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:640
-msgid "euro"
-msgstr "euro"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '™' (U+2122)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:644
-msgid "trademark"
-msgstr "tavaramerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '✓' (U+2713)
-#. It can be used as a bullet in a list.
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:649
-msgid "check mark"
-msgstr "rastimerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '✔' (U+2714)
-#. It can be used as a bullet in a list.
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:654
-msgid "heavy check mark"
-msgstr "raskas rastimerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'x' (U+2717)
-#. This symbol is included here because it can be used as a bullet in
-#. an OOo list.  The goal is to inform the user of the appearance of
-#. the bullet, while making it clear that it is a bullet and not simply
-#. the typed letter 'x'.  "Ballot x" might confuse the user.  Hence the
-#. use of "x-shaped bullet".
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:663
-msgid "x-shaped bullet"
-msgstr "x-muotoinen luoti"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁰' (U+2070)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:667
-msgid "superscript 0"
-msgstr "yläindeksi 0"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁴' (U+2074)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:671
-msgid "superscript 4"
-msgstr "yläindeksi 4"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁵' (U+2075)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:675
-msgid "superscript 5"
-msgstr "yläindeksi 5"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁶' (U+2076)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:679
-msgid "superscript 6"
-msgstr "yläindeksi 6"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁷' (U+2077)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:683
-msgid "superscript 7"
-msgstr "yläindeksi 7"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁸' (U+2078)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:687
-msgid "superscript 8"
-msgstr "yläindeksi 8"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁹' (U+2079)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:691
-msgid "superscript 9"
-msgstr "yläindeksi 9"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁺' (U+207a)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:695
-msgid "superscript plus"
-msgstr "yläindeksi plus"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁻' (U+207b)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:699
-msgid "superscript minus"
-msgstr "yläindeksi miinus"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁼' (U+207c)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:703
-msgid "superscript equals"
-msgstr "yläindeksi yhtä kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁽' (U+207d)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:707
-msgid "superscript left paren"
-msgstr "yläindeksi vasen sulku"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁾' (U+207e)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:711
-msgid "superscript right paren"
-msgstr "yläindeksi oikea sulku"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ⁿ' (U+207f)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:715
-msgid "superscript n"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₀' (U+2080)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:719
-msgid "subscript 0"
-msgstr "alaindeksi 0"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₁' (U+2081)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:723
-msgid "subscript 1"
-msgstr "alaindeksi 1"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₂' (U+2082)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:727
-msgid "subscript 2"
-msgstr "alaindeksi 2"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₃' (U+2083)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:731
-msgid "subscript 3"
-msgstr "alaindeksi 3"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₄' (U+2084)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:735
-msgid "subscript 4"
-msgstr "alaindeksi 4"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₅' (U+2085)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:739
-msgid "subscript 5"
-msgstr "alaindeksi 5"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₆' (U+2086)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:743
-msgid "subscript 6"
-msgstr "alaindeksi 6"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₇' (U+2087)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:747
-msgid "subscript 7"
-msgstr "alaindeksi 7"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₈' (U+2088)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:751
-msgid "subscript 8"
-msgstr "alaindeksi 8"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₉' (U+2089)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:755
-msgid "subscript 9"
-msgstr "alaindeksi 9"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₊' (U+208a)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:759
-msgid "subscript plus"
-msgstr "alaindeksi plus"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₋' (U+208b)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:763
-msgid "subscript minus"
-msgstr "alaindeksi miinus"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₌' (U+208c)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:767
-msgid "subscript equals"
-msgstr "alaindeksi yhtä kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₍' (U+208d)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:771
-msgid "subscript left paren"
-msgstr "alaindeksi vasen sulku"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₎' (U+208e)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:775
-msgid "subscript right paren"
-msgstr "alaindeksi oikea sulku"
-
-#. Translators:  StarOffice/OOo includes private-use unicode character U+E00A
-#. as a bullet which looks like the black square: ■ (U+25A0).  Therefore,
-#. please use the same translation for this character.
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:781
-msgid "black square"
-msgstr "musta neliö"
-
-#. Translators:  StarOffice/OOo includes private-use unicode character U+E00C
-#. as a bullet which looks like the black diamond: ◆ (U+25C6).  Therefore,
-#. please use the same translation for this character.
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:787
-msgid "black diamond"
-msgstr "musta timantti"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to U+FFFC, the "object replacement character."
-#. This character appears in the accessible text of documents and serves as
-#. indication of the presence of an object within the text (e.g. an image
-#. or form field inside a paragraph). In an application which has full
-#. accessibility support for embedded objects, Orca should present the object
-#. and NOT speak this character. However, for applications where this support
-#. is missing, the user can arrow to this character and Orca should not be
-#. silent. This string is what Orca will speak to the user should this occur.
-#. More information about this character can be found at:
-#. * http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/fffc/index.htm
-#. * http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Specials_(Unicode_block)
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:801
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Goes to next character."
-msgid "object replacement character"
-msgstr "Siirtää seuraavaan merkkiin."
-
-#. Translators: this command will move the mouse pointer to the current item
-#. without clicking on it.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:37
-msgid "Routes the pointer to the current item."
-msgstr "Siirtää kohdistimen tämänhetkiseen kohtaan.."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. Left click means to generate a left mouse button click on the current item.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:45
-msgid "Performs left click on current flat review item."
-msgstr ""
-"Suorittaa vasemman napsautuksen nykyiselle tasatun tarkastelun kohdalle."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. Right click means to generate a right mouse button click on the current item.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:53
-msgid "Performs right click on current flat review item."
-msgstr "Suorittaa oikean napsautuksen nykyiselle tasatun tarkastelun kohdalle."
-
-#. Translators: the Orca "SayAll" command allows the user to press a key and have
-#. the entire document in a window be automatically spoken to the user. If the
-#. user presses any key during a SayAll operation, the speech will be interrupted
-#. and the cursor will be positioned at the point where the speech was interrupted.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:59
-msgid "Speaks entire document."
-msgstr "Puhuu koko asiakirjan."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the user to explore the
-#. text in a window in a 2D fashion. That is, Orca treats all the text from all
-#. objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a sequence of words in a
-#. sequence of lines. The flat review feature allows the user to explore this text
-#. by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}. This string is the name of a command
-#. which causes Orca to speak the entire contents of the window using flat review.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:67
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Speaks the current flat review line."
-msgid "Speaks entire window using flat review."
-msgstr "Puhuu nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun rivin."
-
-#. Translators: the "Where am I" feature of Orca allows a user to press a key and
-#. then have information about their current context spoken and brailled to them.
-#. For example, the information may include the name of the current pushbutton
-#. with focus as well as its mnemonic.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:73
-msgid "Performs the basic where am I operation."
-msgstr "Suorittaa perustoiminnon ”Missä olen”."
-
-#. Translators: the "Where am I" feature of Orca allows a user to press a key and
-#. then have information about their current context spoken and brailled to them.
-#. For example, the information may include the name of the current pushbutton
-#. with focus as well as its mnemonic.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:79
-msgid "Performs the detailed where am I operation."
-msgstr "Suorittaa tarkemman ”Missä olen” -toiminnon."
-
-#. Translators: This is the description of a dedicated command to speak the
-#. selected text (if any) in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:83
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Speaks the title bar."
-msgid "Speaks the selected text."
-msgstr "Puhu otsikkopalkki."
-
-#. Translators: This is the description of a dedicated command to speak details
-#. about a link, such as the uri and type of link.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:87
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Speak blank lines"
-msgid "Speaks link details."
-msgstr "Puhu tyhjät rivit"
-
-#. Translators: This command will cause the window's status bar contents to be
-#. spoken.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:91
-msgid "Speaks the status bar."
-msgstr "Puhu tilarivi."
-
-#. Translators: This command will cause the window's title to be spoken.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:94
-msgid "Speaks the title bar."
-msgstr "Puhu otsikkopalkki."
-
-#. Translators: the Orca "Find" dialog allows a user to search for text in a
-#. window and then move focus to that text. For example, they may want to find
-#. the "OK" button.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:99
-msgid "Opens the Find dialog."
-msgstr "Avaa hakuikkunan."
-
-#. Translators: the Orca "Find" dialog allows a user to search for text in a
-#. window and then move focus to that text. For example, they may want to find
-#. the "OK" button. This string is used for finding the next occurrence of a
-#. string.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:105
-msgid "Searches for the next instance of a string."
-msgstr "Etsii merkkijonon seuraavan esiintymän."
-
-#. Translators: the Orca "Find" dialog allows a user to search for text in a
-#. window and then move focus to that text. For example, they may want to find
-#. the "OK" button. This string is used for finding the previous occurrence of a
-#. string.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:111
-msgid "Searches for the previous instance of a string."
-msgstr "Etsii merkkijonon edellisen esiintymän."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:118
-msgid "Enters and exits flat review mode."
-msgstr "Ottaa käyttöön tai käytöstä tasatun tarkastelun tilan."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. The home position is the beginning of the content in the window.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:126
-msgid "Moves flat review to the home position."
-msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun kotisijaintiin."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. The home position is the last bit of information in the window.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:134
-msgid "Moves flat review to the end position."
-msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun loppusijaintiin."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:142
-msgid "Moves flat review to the beginning of the previous line."
-msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun edellisen rivin alkuun."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:149
-msgid "Speaks the current flat review line."
-msgstr "Puhuu nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun rivin."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. This particular command will cause Orca to spell the current line character
-#. by character.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:158
-msgid "Spells the current flat review line."
-msgstr "Lausuu nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun rivin."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. This particular command will cause Orca to spell the current line character
-#. by character phonetically, saying "Alpha" for "a", "Bravo" for "b" and so on.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:168
-msgid "Phonetically spells the current flat review line."
-msgstr "Lausuu foneettisesti nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun rivin."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:175
-msgid "Moves flat review to the beginning of the next line."
-msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun seuraavan rivin alkuun."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. Previous will go backwards in the window until you reach the top (i.e., it
-#. will wrap across lines if necessary).
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:184
-msgid "Moves flat review to the previous item or word."
-msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun edelliseen kohtaan tai sanaan."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. This command will speak the current word or item.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:192
-msgid "Speaks the current flat review item or word."
-msgstr "Puhuu nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun kohdan tai sanan."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. This particular command will cause Orca to spell the current word or item
-#. character by character.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:201
-msgid "Spells the current flat review item or word."
-msgstr "Lausuu nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun kohdan tai sanan."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. This particular command will cause Orca to spell the current word or item
-#. character by character phonetically, saying "Alpha" for "a", "Bravo" for "b"
-#. and so on.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:212
-msgid "Phonetically spells the current flat review item or word."
-msgstr "Lausuu foneettisesti nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun kohdan tai sanan."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. Next will go forwards in the window until you reach the end (i.e., it
-#. will wrap across lines if necessary).
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:221
-msgid "Moves flat review to the next item or word."
-msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun seuraavaan kohtaan tai sanaan."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. Above in this case means geographically above, as if you drew a vertical
-#. line upward on the screen.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:230
-msgid "Moves flat review to the word above the current word."
-msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun nykyisen sanan yllä olevaan sanaan."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. With respect to this command, the flat review object is typically something
-#. like a pushbutton, a label, or some other GUI widget. The 'speaks' means it
-#. will speak the text associated with the object.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:240
-msgid "Speaks the current flat review object."
-msgstr "Puhuu nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun kohteen."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. Below in this case means geographically below, as if you drew a vertical
-#. line downward on the screen.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:249
-msgid "Moves flat review to the word below the current word."
-msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun nykyisen sanan alla olevaan sanaan."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. Previous will go backwards in the window until you reach the top (i.e., it
-#. will wrap across lines if necessary).
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:258
-msgid "Moves flat review to the previous character."
-msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun edelliseen merkkiin."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. This command will speak the current character
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:266
-msgid "Speaks the current flat review character."
-msgstr "Puhuu valitun tasatun tarkastelun merkin."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. This particular command will cause Orca to present the character phonetically,
-#. saying "Alpha" for "a", "Bravo" for "b" and so on.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:276
-msgid "Phonetically speaks the current flat review character."
-msgstr "Puhuu foneettisesti valitun tasatun tarkastelun merkin."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. This particular command will cause Orca to present the character's unicode
-#. value.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:286
-msgid "Speaks unicode value of the current flat review character."
-msgstr "Puhuu valitun tasatun tarkastelun merkin Unicode-arvon."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. Previous will go forwards in the window until you reach the end (i.e., it
-#. will wrap across lines if necessary).
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:295
-msgid "Moves flat review to the next character."
-msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun seuraavaan merkkiin."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. This command will move to and present the end of the line.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:303
-msgid "Moves flat review to the end of the line."
-msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun rivin loppuun."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. The bottom left is the bottom left of the window currently being reviewed.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:311
-msgid "Moves flat review to the bottom left."
-msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun vasemmalle alas."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. This command lets the user copy the contents currently being reviewed to the
-#. clipboard.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:320
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Speaks the current flat review item or word."
-msgid "Copies the contents under flat review to the clipboard."
-msgstr "Puhuu nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun kohdan tai sanan."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. This command lets the user append the contents currently being reviewed to
-#. the existing contents of the clipboard.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:330
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Speaks the current flat review item or word."
-msgid "Appends the contents under flat review to the clipboard."
-msgstr "Puhuu nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun kohdan tai sanan."
-
-#. Translators: when users are navigating a table, they sometimes want the
-#. entire row of a table read; other times they just want the current cell
-#. to be presented to them.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:336
-msgid "Toggles whether to read just the current table cell or the whole row."
-msgstr "Luetaanko vain nykyinen taulun solu vai koko rivi."
-
-#. Translators: the attributes being presented are the text attributes, such as
-#. bold, italic, font name, font size, etc.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:341
-msgid "Reads the attributes associated with the current text character."
-msgstr "Lukee tämänhetkiseen tekstin merkkiin liittyvät ominaisuudet."
-
-#. Translators: a refreshable braille display is an external hardware device that
-#. presents braille characters to the user. There are a limited number of cells
-#. on the display (typically 40 cells).  Orca provides the feature to build up a
-#. longer logical line and allow the user to press buttons on the braille display
-#. so they can pan left and right over this line.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:348
-msgid "Pans the braille display to the left."
-msgstr "Siirtää braille-näyttöä vasemmalle."
-
-#. Translators: a refreshable braille display is an external hardware device that
-#. presents braille characters to the user. There are a limited number of cells
-#. on the display (typically 40 cells).  Orca provides the feature to build up a
-#. longer logical line and allow the user to press buttons on the braille display
-#. so they can pan left and right over this line.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:355
-msgid "Pans the braille display to the right."
-msgstr "Siirtää braille-näyttöä oikealle."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
-#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
-#. Flat review is modal, and the user can be exploring the window without
-#. changing which object in the window which has focus. The feature used here
-#. will return the flat review to the object with focus.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:365
-msgid "Returns to object with keyboard focus."
-msgstr "Siirtyy olioon, jolla on näppäimistön kohdistus."
-
-#. Translators: braille can be displayed in many ways. Contracted braille
-#. provides a more efficient means to represent text, especially long
-#. documents. The feature used here is an option to toggle between contracted
-#. and uncontracted.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:371
-msgid "Turns contracted braille on and off."
-msgstr "Ottaa käännetyn braillen käyttöön tai pois päältä."
-
-#. Translators: hardware braille displays often have buttons near each braille
-#. cell. These are called cursor routing keys and are a way for a user to tell
-#. the machine they are interested in a particular character on the display.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:376
-msgid "Processes a cursor routing key."
-msgstr "Käsittelee kursorin reititysnapin."
-
-#. Translators: this is used to indicate the start point of a text selection.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:379
-msgid "Marks the beginning of a text selection."
-msgstr "Merkitsee tekstivalinnan alkukohdan."
-
-#. Translators: this is used to indicate the end point of a text selection.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:382
-msgid "Marks the end of a text selection."
-msgstr "Merkitsee tekstivalinnan loppukohdan."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a "Learn Mode" that will allow the user to type any key
-#. on the keyboard and hear what the effects of that key would be. The effects
-#. might be what Orca would do if it had a handler for the particular key
-#. combination, or they might just be to echo the name of the key if Orca doesn't
-#. have a handler.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:389
-msgid "Enters learn mode.  Press escape to exit learn mode."
-msgstr ""
-"Siirrytään oppimistilaan. Sulje oppimistila painamalla Escape-näppäintä."
-
-#. Translators: the speech rate is how fast the speech synthesis engine will
-#. generate speech.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:393
-msgid "Decreases the speech rate."
-msgstr "Hidastaa puhetta."
-
-#. Translators: the speech rate is how fast the speech synthesis engine will
-#. generate speech.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:397
-msgid "Increases the speech rate."
-msgstr "Nopeuttaa puhetta."
-
-#. Translators: the speech pitch is how high or low in pitch/frequency the
-#. speech synthesis engine will generate speech.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:401
-msgid "Decreases the speech pitch."
-msgstr "Madaltaa puheen korkeutta."
-
-#. Translators: the speech pitch is how high or low in pitch/frequency the
-#. speech synthesis engine will generate speech.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:405
-msgid "Increases the speech pitch."
-msgstr "Nostaa puheen korkeutta."
-
-#. Translators: the speech volume is how high or low in gain/volume the
-#. speech synthesis engine will generate speech.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:409
-msgid "Increases the speech volume."
-msgstr "Nostaa puheen äänenvoimakkuutta."
-
-#. Translators: the speech volume is how high or low in gain/volume the
-#. speech synthesis engine will generate speech.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:413
-msgid "Decreases the speech volume."
-msgstr "Vähentää puheen äänenvoimakkuutta."
-
-#. Translators: Orca allows the user to turn speech synthesis on or off.
-#. We call it 'silencing'.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:417
-msgid "Toggles the silencing of speech."
-msgstr "Vaihtelee puheen vaimennusta."
-
-#. Translators: Orca's verbosity levels control how much (or how little)
-#. Orca will speak when presenting objects as the user navigates within
-#. applications and reads content. The levels can be toggled via command.
-#. This string describes that command.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:423
-msgid "Toggles speech verbosity level."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this string is associated with the keyboard shortcut to quit
-#. Orca.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:427
-msgid "Quits the screen reader"
-msgstr "Lopettaa näytönlukijan"
-
-#. Translators: the preferences configuration dialog is the dialog that allows
-#. users to set their preferences for Orca.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:431
-msgid "Displays the preferences configuration dialog."
-msgstr "Näyttää asetusten määrittelyikkunan."
-
-#. Translators: the preferences configuration dialog is the dialog that allows
-#. users to set their preferences for a specific application within Orca.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:436
-msgid "Displays the application preferences configuration dialog."
-msgstr "Näyttää sovelluksen asetusikkunan."
-
-#. Translators: Orca allows the user to enable/disable speaking of indentation
-#. and justification.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:441
-msgid "Toggles the speaking of indentation and justification."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a setting through which users can control how a number is
-#. spoken. The options are digits ("1 2 3") and words ("one hundred and twenty
-#. three"). This string to be translated refers to an Orca command for quickly
-#. toggling between the two options.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:447
-msgid "Changes spoken number style."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca allows users to cycle through punctuation levels. None,
-#. some, most, or all, punctuation will be spoken.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:451
-msgid "Cycles to the next speaking of punctuation level."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a feature whereby users can set up different "profiles,"
-#. which are collection of settings which apply to a given task, such as a
-#. "Spanish" profile which would use Spanish text-to-speech and Spanish braille
-#. and selected when reading Spanish content. This string to be translated refers
-#. to an Orca command which makes it possible for users to quickly cycle amongst
-#. their saved profiles without having to get into a GUI.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:459
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Goes to the next object."
-msgid "Cycles to the next settings profile."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan olioon."
-
-#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via text-
-#. to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital letters are
-#. presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to presenting a
-#. capital letter, or play a tone which Speech Dispatcher refers to as a sound
-#. 'icon'. This string to be translated refers to an Orca command which makes it
-#. possible for users to quickly cycle amongst these alternatives without having
-#. to get into a GUI.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:468
-msgid "Cycles to the next capitalization style."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has an "echo" setting which allows the user to configure
-#. what is spoken in response to a key press. Given a user who typed "Hello
-#. world.":
-#. - key echo: "H e l l o space w o r l d period"
-#. - word echo: "Hello" spoken when the space is pressed; "world" spoken when
-#. the period is pressed.
-#. - sentence echo: "Hello world" spoken when the period is pressed.
-#. A user can choose to have no echo, one type of echo, or multiple types of
-#. echo. The following string refers to a command that allows the user to quickly
-#. choose which type of echo is being used.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:480
-msgid "Cycles to the next key echo level."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is a debug message that Orca users will not normally see. It
-#. describes a debug routine that allows the user to adjust the level of debug
-#. information that Orca generates at run time.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:485
-msgid "Cycles the debug level at run time."
-msgstr "Vaihtaa vianetsinnän tasoa suoritusaikana."
-
-#. Translators: this command announces information regarding the relationship of
-#. the given bookmark to the current position. Note that in this context, the
-#. "bookmark" is storing the location of an accessible object, typically on a web
-#. page.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:492
-msgid "Bookmark where am I with respect to current position."
-msgstr "Tee kirjanmerkki siitä, missä olen suhteessa nykyiseen kohtaan."
-
-#. Translators: this event handler cycles through the registered bookmarks and
-#. takes the user to the previous bookmark location. Note that in this context,
-#. the "bookmark" is storing the location of an accessible object, typically on
-#. a web page.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:498
-msgid "Go to previous bookmark location."
-msgstr "Siirry edelliseen kirjanmerkkiin."
-
-#. Translators: this command moves the user to the location stored at the bookmark.
-#. Note that in this context, the "bookmark" is storing the location of an
-#. accessible object, typically on a web page.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:503
-msgid "Go to bookmark."
-msgstr "Siirry kirjanmerkkiin."
-
-#. Translators: this event handler cycles through the registered bookmarks and
-#. takes the user to the next bookmark location. Note that in this context, the
-#. "bookmark" is storing the location of an accessible object, typically on a web
-#. page.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:509
-msgid "Go to next bookmark location."
-msgstr "Siirry seuraavaan kirjanmerkkiin."
-
-#. Translators: this event handler binds an in-page accessible object location to
-#. the given input key command.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:513
-msgid "Add bookmark."
-msgstr "Lisää kirjanmerkki."
-
-#. Translators: this event handler saves all bookmarks for the current application
-#. to disk.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:517
-msgid "Save bookmarks."
-msgstr "Tallenna kirjanmerkit."
-
-#. Translators: Orca allows the item under the pointer to be spoken. This toggles
-#. the feature without the need to get into a GUI.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:521
-msgid "Toggle mouse review mode."
-msgstr "Käytetäänkö hiiritoimintoja."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command to present the current time in speech and in
-#. braille.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:525
-msgid "Present current time."
-msgstr "Näytä nykyinen aika."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command to present the current date in speech and in
-#. braille.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:529
-msgid "Present current date."
-msgstr "Näytä nykyinen päiväys."
-
-#. Translators: Orca normally intercepts all keyboard commands and only passes
-#. them along to the current application when they are not Orca commands. This
-#. command causes the next command issued to be passed along to the current
-#. application, bypassing Orca's interception of it.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:536
-msgid "Passes the next command on to the current application."
-msgstr "Välittää seuraavan komennon eteenpäin valitulle sovellukselle."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command to review previous chat room messages in
-#. speech and braille. This string to be translated is associated with the
-#. keyboard commands used to review those previous messages.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:541
-msgid "Speak and braille a previous chat room message."
-msgstr "Lausu ja näytä braillena edellinen keskusteluhuoneen viesti."
-
-#. Translators: In chat applications, it is often possible to see that a "buddy"
-#. is typing currently (e.g. via a keyboard icon or status text). Some users like
-#. to have this typing status announced by Orca; others find that announcement
-#. unpleasant. Therefore, it is a setting in Orca. This string to be translated
-#. is associated with the command to toggle typing status presentation on or off.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:549
-msgid "Toggle whether we announce when our buddies are typing."
-msgstr "Määrittää kerrotaanko kun tuttavat kirjoittavat."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command to review previous chat room messages in
-#. speech and braille. Some users prefer to have this message history combined
-#. (e.g. the last ten messages which came in, no matter what room they came
-#. from). Other users prefer to have specific room history (e.g. the last ten
-#. messages from #a11y). Therefore, this is a setting in Orca. This string to be
-#. translated is associated with the command to toggle specific room history on
-#. or off.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:559
-msgid "Toggle whether we provide chat room specific message histories."
-msgstr "Määrittää tarjotaanko keskusteluhuonekohtainen viestihistoria."
-
-#. Translators: In chat applications, Orca automatically presents incoming
-#. messages in speech and braille. If a user is in multiple conversations or
-#. channels at the same time, it can be confusing to know what room or channel
-#. a given message came from just from hearing/reading it. For this reason, Orca
-#. has an option to present the name of the room first ("#a11y <joanie> hello!"
-#. instead of "<joanie> hello!"). This string to be translated is associated with
-#. the command to toggle room name presentation on or off.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:570
-msgid ""
-"Toggle whether we prefix chat room messages with the name of the chat room."
-msgstr "Liitetäänkö keskusteluhuoneen viestien alkuun huoneen nimi vai ei."
-
-#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
-#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
-#. button, the display scrolls to the left.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:576
-msgid "Line Left"
-msgstr "Rivi vasemmalle"
-
-#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
-#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
-#. button, the display scrolls to the right.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:581
-msgid "Line Right"
-msgstr "Rivi oikealle"
-
-#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
-#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
-#. button, the display scrolls up.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:586
-msgid "Line Up"
-msgstr "Rivi ylös"
-
-#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
-#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
-#. button, the display scrolls down.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:591
-msgid "Line Down"
-msgstr "Rivi alas"
-
-#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
-#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
-#. button, it instructs the braille display to freeze.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:596
-msgid "Freeze"
-msgstr "Jäädytä"
-
-#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
-#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
-#. button, the display scrolls to the top left of the window.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:601
-msgid "Top Left"
-msgstr "Vasemmalla ylhäällä"
-
-#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
-#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
-#. button, the display scrolls to the bottom left of the window.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:606
-msgid "Bottom Left"
-msgstr "Vasemmalla alhaalla"
-
-#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
-#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
-#. button, the display scrolls to position containing the cursor.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:611
-msgid "Cursor Position"
-msgstr "Kohdistimen sijainti"
-
-#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
-#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
-#. button, the display toggles between six-dot braille and eight-dot braille.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:616
-msgid "Six Dots"
-msgstr "Kuusipiste"
-
-#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
-#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). This command
-#. represents a whole set of buttons known as cursor routing keys and are a way
-#. for a user to move the application's caret to the position indicated on the
-#. display.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:623
-msgid "Cursor Routing"
-msgstr "Kursorin reititys"
-
-#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
-#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). This command
-#. represents the start of a selection operation. It is called "Cut Begin" to map
-#. to what BrlTTY users are used to: in character cell mode operation on virtual
-#. consoles, the act of copying text is erroneously called a "cut" operation.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:630
-msgid "Cut Begin"
-msgstr "Aloita leikkaus"
-
-#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
-#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). This command
-#. represents marking the endpoint of a selection. It is called "Cut Line" to map
-#. to what BrlTTY users are used to: in character cell mode operation on virtual
-#. consoles, the act of copying text is erroneously called a "cut" operation.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:637
-msgid "Cut Line"
-msgstr "Leikkaa rivi"
-
-#. Translators: this is a command which causes Orca to present the last received
-#. notification message.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:641
-msgid "Present last notification message."
-msgstr "Esitä viimeisin ilmoitusviesti."
-
-#. Translators: this is a command which causes Orca to present a list of all the
-#. notification messages received.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:645
-msgid "Present notification messages list"
-msgstr "Esitä ilmoitusviestien lista"
-
-#. Translators: this is a command which causes Orca to present the previous
-#. notification message.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:649
-msgid "Present previous notification message."
-msgstr "Esitä edellinen ilmoitusviesti."
-
-#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:652
-msgid "Goes to next character."
-msgstr "Siirtää seuraavaan merkkiin."
-
-#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:655
-msgid "Goes to previous character."
-msgstr "Siirtää edelliseen merkkiin."
-
-#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:658
-msgid "Goes to next word."
-msgstr "Siirtää seuraavaan sanaan."
-
-#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:661
-msgid "Goes to previous word."
-msgstr "Siirtää edelliseen sanaan."
-
-#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:664
-msgid "Goes to next line."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavalle riville."
-
-#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:667
-msgid "Goes to previous line."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliselle riville."
-
-#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:670
-msgid "Goes to the top of the file."
-msgstr "Siirtyy tiedoston alkuun."
-
-#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:673
-msgid "Goes to the bottom of the file."
-msgstr "Siirtyy tiedoston loppuun."
-
-#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:676
-msgid "Goes to the beginning of the line."
-msgstr "Siirtyy rivin alkuun."
-
-#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:679
-msgid "Goes to the end of the line."
-msgstr "Siirtyy rivin loppuun."
-
-#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:682
-msgid "Goes to the next object."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan olioon."
-
-#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:685
-msgid "Goes to the previous object."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen olioon."
-
-#. Translators: this is for causing a collapsed combo box which was reached
-#. by Orca's caret navigation to be expanded.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:690
-msgid "Causes the current combo box to be expanded."
-msgstr "Aiheuttaa tämänhetkisen valintalaatikon laajentamisen."
-
-#. Translators: Gecko native caret navigation is where Firefox (or Thunderbird)
-#. itself controls how the arrow keys move the caret around HTML content. It's
-#. often broken, so Orca needs to provide its own support. As such, Orca offers
-#. the user the ability to toggle which application is controlling the caret.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:697
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Switches between Gecko native and Orca caret navigation."
-msgid "Switches between native and screen-reader caret navigation."
-msgstr "Vaihtaa geckon oman ja orcan kohdistimella navigoinnin välillä."
-
-#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
-#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#. The "politeness" level is an indication of when the user wishes to be notified
-#. about a change to live region content. Examples include: never ("off"), when
-#. idle ("polite"), and when there is a change ("assertive"). Orca has several
-#. features to facilitate accessing live regions. This string refers to a command
-#. to cycle through the different "politeness" levels.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:706
-msgid "Advance live region politeness setting."
-msgstr "Kasvata aktiivisen alueen kohteliaisuustasoa."
-
-#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
-#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#. The "politeness" level is an indication of when the user wishes to be notified
-#. about a change to live region content. Examples include: never ("off"), when
-#. idle ("polite"), and when there is a change ("assertive"). Orca has several
-#. features to facilitate accessing live regions. This string refers to a command
-#. to turn off live regions by default.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:716
-msgid "Set default live region politeness level to off."
-msgstr "Aseta aktiivisten alueiden kohteliaisuustason oletus pois päältä."
-
-#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
-#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#. This string refers to a command for reviewing up to nine stored previous live
-#. messages.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:722
-msgid "Review live region announcement."
-msgstr "Tarkista aktiivisen alueen ilmoitus."
-
-#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
-#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#. This string refers to an Orca command which allows the user to toggle whether
-#. or not Orca pays attention to changes in live regions. Note that turning off
-#. monitoring of live events is NOT the same as turning the politeness level
-#. to "off". The user can opt to have no notifications presented (politeness
-#. level of "off") and still manually review recent updates to live regions via
-#. Orca commands for doing so -- as long as the monitoring of live regions is
-#. enabled.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:733
-msgid "Monitor live regions."
-msgstr "Tarkkaile aktiivisia alueita."
-
-#. Translators: hovering the mouse over certain objects on a web page causes a
-#. new object to appear such as a pop-up menu. This command will move the user
-#. to the object which just appeared as a result of the user hovering the mouse.
-#. If the user is already in the mouse over object, this command will hide the
-#. mouse over and return the user to the object he/she was in.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:740
-msgid "Moves focus into and away from the current mouse over."
-msgstr "Siirtää kohdistuksen nykyiseen hiirenkohtaan ja sieltä pois."
-
-#. Translators: Orca allows you to dynamically define which row of a spreadsheet
-#. or table should be treated as containing column headers. This string refers to
-#. the command to set the row.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:745
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid ""
-#| "Set the row to use as dynamic column headers when speaking calc cells."
-msgid "Set the row to use as dynamic column headers."
-msgstr ""
-"Aseta soluja puhuttaessa dynaamisina sarakkeen otsakkeina käytettävä rivi."
-
-#. Translators: Orca allows you to dynamically define which row of a spreadsheet
-#. or table should be treated as containing column headers. This string refers to
-#. the command to unset the row so it is no longer treated as if it contained
-#. column headers.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:751
-msgid "Clears the dynamic column headers."
-msgstr "Tyhjentää dynaamiset sarakkeen otsakkeet."
-
-#. Translators: Orca allows you to dynamically define which column of a
-#. spreadsheet or table should be treated as containing row headers. This
-#. string refers to the command to set the column.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:756
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid ""
-#| "Set the column to use as dynamic row headers to use when speaking calc "
-#| "cells."
-msgid "Set the column to use as dynamic row headers."
-msgstr ""
-"Aseta soluja puhuttaessa dynaamisina rivin otsakkeina käytettävä sarake."
-
-#. Translators: Orca allows you to dynamically define which column of a
-#. spreadsheet or table should be treated as containing column headers. This
-#. string refers to the command to unset the column so it is no longer treated
-#. as if it contained row headers.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:762
-msgid "Clears the dynamic row headers"
-msgstr "Tyhjentää dynaamiset rivin otsakkeet"
-
-#. Translators: This string refers to an Orca command. The "input line" refers
-#. to the place where one enters formulas for a spreadsheet.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:766
-msgid "Presents the contents of the input line."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: the structural navigation keys are designed to move the caret
-#. around the document content by object type. Thus H moves you to the next
-#. heading, Shift H to the previous heading, T to the next table, and so on.
-#. This feature needs to be toggle-able so that it does not interfere with normal
-#. writing functions.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:773
-msgid "Toggles structural navigation keys."
-msgstr "Vaihtelee rakenteellisia navigointinäppäimiä."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among blockquotes in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:776
-msgid "Goes to previous blockquote."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen lainattuun lohkoon."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among blockquotes in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:779
-msgid "Goes to next blockquote."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan lainattuun lohkoon."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among blockquotes in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:782
-msgid "Displays a list of blockquotes."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among buttons in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:785
-msgid "Goes to previous button."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen nappiin."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among buttons in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:788
-msgid "Goes to next button."
-msgstr "Siirtää seuraavaan nappiin."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among buttons in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:791
-msgid "Displays a list of buttons."
-msgstr "Näyttää luettelon painikkeista."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among check boxes in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:794
-msgid "Goes to previous check box."
-msgstr "Siirtää edelliseen rastimerkkiin."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among check boxes in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:797
-msgid "Goes to next check box."
-msgstr "Siirtää seuraavaan rastimerkkiin."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among check boxes in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:800
-msgid "Displays a list of check boxes."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among clickable objects in a document.
-#. A "clickable" is a web element with an "onClick" handler.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:804
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Goes to previous table."
-msgid "Goes to previous clickable."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan tauluun."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among clickable objects in a document.
-#. A "clickable" is a web element with an "onClick" handler.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:808
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Goes to next table."
-msgid "Goes to next clickable."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen tauluun."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among clickable objects in a document.
-#. A "clickable" is a web element with an "onClick" handler.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:812
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Displays a list of tables."
-msgid "Displays a list of clickables."
-msgstr "Näyttää luettelon taulukoista."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among combo boxes in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:815
-msgid "Goes to previous combo box."
-msgstr "Siirtää edelliseen valintalaatikkoon."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among combo boxes in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:818
-msgid "Goes to next combo box."
-msgstr "Siirtää seuraavaan valintalaatikkoon."
-
-#. Translators: This string describes a document navigation command which moves
-#. to the start of the current container. Examples of containers include tables,
-#. lists, and blockquotes.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:823
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Goes to the top of the file."
-msgid "Goes to start of container."
-msgstr "Siirtyy tiedoston alkuun."
-
-#. Translators: This string describes a document navigation command which moves
-#. to the end of the current container. Examples of containers include tables,
-#. lists, and blockquotes.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:828
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Goes to the end of the line."
-msgid "Goes to end of container."
-msgstr "Siirtyy rivin loppuun."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among combo boxes in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:831
-msgid "Displays a list of combo boxes."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among entries in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:834
-msgid "Goes to previous entry."
-msgstr "Siirtää edelliseen kohtaan."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among entries in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:837
-msgid "Goes to next entry."
-msgstr "Siirtää seuraavaan kohtaan."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among entries in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:840
-msgid "Displays a list of entries."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among form fields in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:843
-msgid "Goes to previous form field."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen lomakkeen kenttään."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among form fields in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:846
-msgid "Goes to next form field."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan lomakkeen kenttään."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among form fields in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:849
-msgid "Displays a list of form fields."
-msgstr "Näyttää luettelon lomakekentistä."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among headings (e.g. <h1>) in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:852
-msgid "Goes to previous heading."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen otsakkeeseen."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among headings (e.g. <h1>) in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:855
-msgid "Goes to next heading."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan otsakkeeseen."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among headings (e.g. <h1>) in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:858
-msgid "Displays a list of headings."
-msgstr "Näyttää luettelon otsikoista."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among headings (e.g. <h1>) in a document.
-#. <h1> is a heading at level 1, <h2> is a heading at level 2, etc.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:862
-#, python-format
-msgid "Goes to previous heading at level %d."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen tason %d otsakkeeseen."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among headings (e.g. <h1>) in a document.
-#. <h1> is a heading at level 1, <h2> is a heading at level 2, etc.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:866
-#, python-format
-msgid "Goes to next heading at level %d."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan tason %d otsakkeeseen."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among headings (e.g. <h1>) in a document.
-#. <h1> is a heading at level 1, <h2> is a heading at level 2, etc.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:870
-#, python-format
-msgid "Displays a list of headings at level %d."
-msgstr "Näyttää luettelon tason %d otsikoista."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among images in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:873
-msgid "Goes to previous image."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen kuvaan."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among images in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:876
-msgid "Goes to next image."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan kuvaan."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among images in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:879
-msgid "Displays a list of images."
-msgstr "Näyttää luettelon kuvista."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among ARIA landmarks in a document. ARIA
-#. role landmarks are the W3C defined HTML tag attribute 'role' used to identify
-#. important part of webpage like banners, main context, search etc.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:884
-msgid "Goes to previous landmark."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen maamerkkiin."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among ARIA landmarks in a document. ARIA
-#. role landmarks are the W3C defined HTML tag attribute 'role' used to identify
-#. important part of webpage like banners, main context, search etc.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:889
-msgid "Goes to next landmark."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan maamerkkiin."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among ARIA landmarks in a document. ARIA
-#. role landmarks are the W3C defined HTML tag attribute 'role' used to identify
-#. important part of webpage like banners, main context, search etc.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:894
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Displays a list of links."
-msgid "Displays a list of landmarks."
-msgstr "Näyttää luettelon linkeistä."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among large objects in a document.
-#. A 'large object' is a logical chunk of text, such as a paragraph, a list,
-#. a table, etc.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:899
-msgid "Goes to previous large object."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen isoon kohteeseen."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among large objects in a document.
-#. A 'large object' is a logical chunk of text, such as a paragraph, a list,
-#. a table, etc.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:904
-msgid "Goes to next large object."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan isoon kohteeseen."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among large objects in a document.
-#. A 'large object' is a logical chunk of text, such as a paragraph, a list,
-#. a table, etc.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:909
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "No more large objects."
-msgid "Displays a list of large objects."
-msgstr "Ei lisää isoja kohteita."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among links in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:912
-msgid "Goes to previous link."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen linkkiin."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among links in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:915
-msgid "Goes to next link."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan linkkiin."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among links in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:918
-msgid "Displays a list of links."
-msgstr "Näyttää luettelon linkeistä."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among lists in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:921
-msgid "Goes to previous list."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen luetteloon."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among lists in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:924
-msgid "Goes to next list."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan luetteloon."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among lists in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:927
-msgid "Displays a list of lists."
-msgstr "Näyttää luettelon luetteloista."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among list items in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:930
-msgid "Goes to previous list item."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen luettelon kohtaan."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among list items in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:933
-msgid "Goes to next list item."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan luettelon kohtaan."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among list items in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:936
-msgid "Displays a list of list items."
-msgstr "Näyttää luettelon luettelokohteista."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among live regions in a document. A live
-#. region is an area of a web page that is periodically updated, e.g. a stock
-#. ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:941
-msgid "Goes to previous live region."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen aktiiviseen alueeseen."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among live regions in a document. A live
-#. region is an area of a web page that is periodically updated, e.g. a stock
-#. ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:946
-msgid "Goes to next live region."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan aktiiviseen alueeseen."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among live regions in a document. A live
-#. region is an area of a web page that is periodically updated, e.g. a stock
-#. ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:951
-msgid "Goes to the last live region which made an announcement."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among paragraphs in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:954
-msgid "Goes to previous paragraph."
-msgstr "Siirtää edelliseen kappaleeseen."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among paragraphs in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:957
-msgid "Goes to next paragraph."
-msgstr "Siirtää seuraavaan kappaleeseen."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among paragraphs in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:960
-msgid "Displays a list of paragraphs."
-msgstr "Näyttää luettelon kappaleista."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among radio buttons in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:963
-msgid "Goes to previous radio button."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen radiovalitsimeen."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among radio buttons in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:966
-msgid "Goes to next radio button."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan radiovalitsimeen."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among radio buttons in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:969
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "No more radio buttons."
-msgid "Displays a list of radio buttons."
-msgstr "Ei lisää radiovalitsimia."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among separators (e.g. <hr>) in a
-#. document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:973
-msgid "Goes to previous separator."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen erottimeen."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among separators (e.g. <hr>) in a
-#. document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:977
-msgid "Goes to next separator."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan erottimeen."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among tables in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:980
-msgid "Goes to previous table."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan tauluun."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among tables in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:983
-msgid "Goes to next table."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen tauluun."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among tables in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:986
-msgid "Displays a list of tables."
-msgstr "Näyttää luettelon taulukoista."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among table cells in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:989
-msgid "Goes down one cell."
-msgstr "Siirtyy yhden solun alas."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among table cells in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:992
-msgid "Goes to the first cell in a table."
-msgstr "Siirtyy taulun ensimmäiseen soluun."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among table cells in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:995
-msgid "Goes to the last cell in a table."
-msgstr "Siirtyy taulun viimeiseen soluun."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among table cells in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:998
-msgid "Goes left one cell."
-msgstr "Siirtyy yhden solun vasemmalle."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among table cells in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1001
-msgid "Goes right one cell."
-msgstr "Siirtyy yhden solun oikealle."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among table cells in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1004
-msgid "Goes up one cell."
-msgstr "Siirtyy yhden solun ylös."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a number of commands that override the default
-#. behavior within an application. For instance, on a web page, "h" moves
-#. you to the next heading. What should happen when you press an "h" in
-#. an entry on a web page depends: If you want to resume reading content,
-#. "h" should move to the next heading; if you want to enter text, "h"
-#. should not not move you to the next heading. Similarly, if you are
-#. at the bottom of an entry and press Down arrow, should you leave the
-#. entry? Again, it depends on if you want to resume reading content or
-#. if you are editing the text in the entry. Because Orca doesn't know
-#. what you want to do, it has two modes: In browse mode, Orca treats
-#. key presses as commands to read the content; in focus mode, Orca treats
-#. key presses as something that should be handled by the focused widget.
-#. This string is associated with the Orca command to manually switch
-#. between these two modes.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1020
-msgid "Switches between browse mode and focus mode."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: (Please see the previous, detailed translator notes about
-#. Focus mode and Browse mode.) In order to minimize the amount of work Orca
-#. users need to do to switch between focus mode and browse mode, Orca attempts
-#. to automatically switch to the mode which is appropriate to the current
-#. web element. Sometimes, however, this automatic mode switching is not what
-#. the user wants. A good example being web apps which have their own keyboard
-#. navigation and use interaction model. As a result, Orca has a command which
-#. enables setting a "sticky" focus mode which disables all automatic toggling.
-#. This string is associated with the Orca command to enable sticky focus mode.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1031
-msgid "Enables sticky focus mode."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: (Please see the previous, detailed translator notes about
-#. Focus mode and Browse mode.) In order to minimize the amount of work Orca
-#. users need to do to switch between focus mode and browse mode, Orca attempts
-#. to automatically switch to the mode which is appropriate to the current
-#. web element. Sometimes, however, this automatic mode switching is not what
-#. the user wants. A good example being web apps which have their own keyboard
-#. navigation and use interaction model. As a result, Orca has a command which
-#. enables setting a "sticky" browse mode which disables all automatic toggling.
-#. This string is associated with the Orca command to enable sticky browse mode.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1042
-msgid "Enables sticky browse mode."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among unvisited links in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1045
-msgid "Goes to previous unvisited link."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen tallentamattomaan linkkiin."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among unvisited links in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1048
-msgid "Goes to next unvisited link."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan tallentamattomaan linkkiin."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among unvisited links in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1051
-msgid "Displays a list of unvisited links."
-msgstr "Näyttää luettelon linkeistä, joissa ei ole vierailtu."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among visited links in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1054
-msgid "Goes to previous visited link."
-msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen vierailtuun linkkiin."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among visited links in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1057
-msgid "Goes to next visited link."
-msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan vierailtuun linkkiin."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating among visited links in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1060
-msgid "Displays a list of visited links."
-msgstr "Näyttää luettelon vierailluista linkeistä."
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:35
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "alice blue"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:40
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "antique white"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:45
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "aquamarine"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:50
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "azure"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:55
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "beige"
-msgstr "beige"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:60
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "bisque"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:65
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "black"
-msgstr "musta"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:70
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "black diamond"
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "blanched almond"
-msgstr "musta timantti"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:75
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "blue"
-msgstr "sininen"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:80
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "blue violet"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:85
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "brown"
-msgstr "ruskea"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:90
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "burlywood"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:95
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "cadet blue"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:100
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "chartreuse"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:105
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "chocolate"
-msgstr "suklaa"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:110
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "coral"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:115
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "cornflower blue"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:120
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "cornsilk"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:125
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "crimson"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:130
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "cyan"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:135
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dark blue"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:140
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dark cyan"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:145
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dark goldenrod"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:150
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "a grave"
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dark gray"
-msgstr "a takahipsu"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:155
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dark green"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:160
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dark khaki"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:165
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dark magenta"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:170
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dark olive green"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:175
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dark orange"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:180
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dark orchid"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:185
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dark red"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:190
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dark salmon"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:195
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dark sea green"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:200
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dark slate blue"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:205
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dark slate gray"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:210
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dark turquoise"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:215
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dark violet"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:220
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "deep pink"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:225
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "deep sky blue"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:230
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "i grave"
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dim gray"
-msgstr "i takahipsu"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:235
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "dodger blue"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:240
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "fire brick"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:245
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "floral white"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:250
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "forest green"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:255
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "fuchsia"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:260
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "gainsboro"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#HTML_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:265
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "ghost white"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:270
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "gold"
-msgstr "kulta"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:275
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "goldenrod"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:280
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "gray"
-msgstr "harmaa"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:285
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "green"
-msgstr "vihreä"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:290
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "green yellow"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:295
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "honeydew"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:300
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "hot pink"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:305
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Hindi Grade 1"
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "indian red"
-msgstr "Hindi taso 1"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:310
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "indigo"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:315
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "ivory"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:320
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "khaki"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:325
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "lavender"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:330
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "lavender blush"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:335
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "lawn green"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:340
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "lemon chiffon"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:345
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right brace"
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "light blue"
-msgstr "oikea kaarisulku"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:350
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right control"
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "light coral"
-msgstr "oikea control"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:355
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right paren"
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "light cyan"
-msgstr "oikea sulku"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:360
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "light goldenrod yellow"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:365
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right brace"
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "light gray"
-msgstr "oikea kaarisulku"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:370
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right paren"
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "light green"
-msgstr "oikea sulku"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:375
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right paren"
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "light pink"
-msgstr "oikea sulku"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:380
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right alt"
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "light salmon"
-msgstr "oikea alt"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:385
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right paren"
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "light sea green"
-msgstr "oikea sulku"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:390
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right super"
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "light sky blue"
-msgstr "oikea super"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:395
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "light slate gray"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:400
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "light steel blue"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:405
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right arrow"
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "light yellow"
-msgstr "oikea nuoli"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:410
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "lime"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:415
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "lime green"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:420
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "newline"
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "linen"
-msgstr "rivinvaihto"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:425
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "magenta"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:430
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "maroon"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:435
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "medium aquamarine"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:440
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "medium blue"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:445
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "medium orchid"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:450
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "medium purple"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:455
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "medium sea green"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:460
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "medium slate blue"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:465
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "medium spring green"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:470
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "medium turquoise"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:475
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "medium violet red"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:480
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "midnight blue"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:485
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "mint cream"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:490
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "misty rose"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:495
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "moccasin"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:500
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "navajo white"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:505
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "navy"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:510
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "old lace"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:515
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "olive"
-msgstr "oliivi"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:520
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "olive drab"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:525
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "orange"
-msgstr "oranssi"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:530
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "orange red"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:535
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "orchid"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:540
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "pale goldenrod"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:545
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "pale green"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:550
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "pale turquoise"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:555
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "pale violet red"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:560
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "papaya whip"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:565
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "peach puff"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:570
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "peru"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:575
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "pink"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:580
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "plum"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:585
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "powder blue"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:590
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "purple"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:595
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "red"
-msgstr "punainen"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:600
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "rosy brown"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:605
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "royal blue"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:610
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "saddle brown"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:615
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "salmon"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:620
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "sandy brown"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:625
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "%s screen"
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "sea green"
-msgstr "%s-näyttö"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:630
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "seashell"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:635
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "sienna"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:640
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "silver"
-msgstr "hopea"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:645
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "sky blue"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:650
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "slate blue"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:655
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "slate gray"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:660
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "snow"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:665
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "spring green"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:670
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "steel blue"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:675
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "btn"
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "tan"
-msgstr "pnk"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:680
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "teal"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:685
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "thistle"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:690
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "tomato"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:695
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "turquoise"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:700
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "violet"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:705
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "wheat"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:710
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "white"
-msgstr "valkoinen"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:715
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "white space"
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "white smoke"
-msgstr "tyhjä tila"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:720
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "yellow"
-msgstr "keltainen"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
-#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
-#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:725
-msgctxt "color name"
-msgid "yellow green"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string appears on a button in a dialog. "Activating" the
-#. selected item will perform the action that one would expect to occur if the
-#. object were clicked on with the mouse. If the object is a link, activating
-#. it will bring you to a new page. If the object is a button, activating it
-#. will press the button. If the object is a combobox, activating it will expand
-#. it to show all of its contents. And so on.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:40
-msgid "_Activate"
-msgstr "_Aktivoi"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a number of commands that override the default behavior
-#. within an application. For instance, on a web page Orca's Structural Navigation
-#. command "h" moves you to the next heading. What should happen when you press
-#. "h" in an entry on a web page depends: If you want to resume reading content,
-#. "h" should move to the next heading; if you want to enter text, "h" should not
-#. move you to the next heading. Because Orca doesn't know what you want to do,
-#. it has two modes: In browse mode, Orca treats key presses as commands to read
-#. the content; in focus mode, Orca treats key presses as something that should be
-#. handled by the focused widget. Orca optionally can attempt to detect which mode
-#. is appropriate for the current situation and switch automatically. This string
-#. is a label for a GUI option to enable such automatic switching when structural
-#. navigation commands are used. As an example, if this setting were enabled,
-#. pressing "e" to move to the next entry would move focus there and also turn
-#. focus mode on so that the next press of "e" would type an "e" into the entry.
-#. If this setting is not enabled, the second press of "e" would continue to be
-#. a navigation command to move amongst entries.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:58
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Toggles structural navigation keys."
-msgid "Automatic focus mode during structural navigation"
-msgstr "Vaihtelee rakenteellisia navigointinäppäimiä."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a number of commands that override the default behavior
-#. within an application. For instance, if you are at the bottom of an entry and
-#. press Down arrow, should you leave the entry? It depends on if you want to
-#. resume reading content or if you are editing the text in the entry. Because
-#. Orca doesn't know what you want to do, it has two modes: In browse mode, Orca
-#. treats key presses as commands to read the content; in focus mode, Orca treats
-#. key presses as something that should be handled by the focused widget. Orca
-#. optionally can attempt to detect which mode is appropriate for the current
-#. situation and switch automatically. This string is a label for a GUI option to
-#. enable such automatic switching when caret navigation commands are used. As an
-#. example, if this setting were enabled, pressing Down Arrow would allow you to
-#. move into an entry but once you had done so, Orca would switch to Focus mode
-#. and subsequent presses of Down Arrow would be controlled by the web browser
-#. and not by Orca. If this setting is not enabled, Orca would continue to control
-#. what happens when you press an arrow key, thus making it possible to arrow out
-#. of the entry.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:76
-msgid "Automatic focus mode during caret navigation"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: A single braille cell on a refreshable braille display consists
-#. of 8 dots. Dot 7 is the dot in the bottom left corner. If the user selects
-#. this option, Dot 7 will be used to 'underline' text of interest, e.g. when
-#. "marking"/indicating that a given word is bold.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:82 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:146
-msgid "Dot _7"
-msgstr "Piste _7"
-
-#. Translators: A single braille cell on a refreshable braille display consists
-#. of 8 dots. Dot 8 is the dot in the bottom right corner. If the user selects
-#. this option, Dot 8 will be used to 'underline' text of interest,  e.g. when
-#. "marking"/indicating that a given word is bold.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:88 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:147
-msgid "Dot _8"
-msgstr "Piste _8"
-
-#. Translators: A single braille cell on a refreshable braille display consists
-#. of 8 dots. Dots 7-8 are the dots at the bottom. If the user selects this
-#. option, Dots 7-8 will be used to 'underline' text of interest,  e.g. when
-#. "marking"/indicating that a given word is bold.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:94 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:148
-msgid "Dots 7 an_d 8"
-msgstr "Pisteet 7 _ja 8"
-
-#. Translators: This is the label for a button in a dialog.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:97 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:17
-msgid "_Cancel"
-msgstr "_Peru"
-
-#. Translators: This is the label for a button in a dialog.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:100
-msgid "_Jump to"
-msgstr "_Siirry"
-
-#. Translators: This is the label for a button in a dialog.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:103 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:19
-msgid "_OK"
-msgstr "_OK"
-
-#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via
-#. text-to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital
-#. letters are presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to
-#. presenting a capital letter (which Speech Dispatcher refers to as 'spell'),
-#. or play a tone (which Speech Dispatcher refers to as a sound 'icon'.) This
-#. string to be translated appears as a combo box item in Orca's Preferences.
-#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via
-#. text-to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital
-#. letters are presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to
-#. presenting a capital letter, or play a tone which Speech Dispatcher refers
-#. to as a sound 'icon'. This string to be translated refers to the brief/
-#. non-verbose output presented in response to the use of an Orca command which
-#. makes it possible for users to quickly cycle amongst these alternatives
-#. without having to get into a GUI.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:111 ../src/orca/messages.py:87
-msgctxt "capitalization style"
-msgid "icon"
-msgstr "kuvake"
-
-#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via
-#. text-to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital
-#. letters are presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to
-#. presenting a capital letter (which Speech Dispatcher refers to as 'spell'),
-#. or play a tone (which Speech Dispatcher refers to as a sound 'icon'.) This
-#. string to be translated appears as a combo box item in Orca's Preferences.
-#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via
-#. text-to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital
-#. letters are presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to
-#. presenting a capital letter, or play a tone which Speech Dispatcher refers
-#. to as a sound 'icon'. This string to be translated refers to the brief/
-#. non-verbose output presented in response to the use of an Orca command which
-#. makes it possible for users to quickly cycle amongst these alternatives
-#. without having to get into a GUI.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:119 ../src/orca/messages.py:107
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "none"
-msgctxt "capitalization style"
-msgid "none"
-msgstr "ei mitään"
-
-#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via
-#. text-to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital
-#. letters are presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to
-#. presenting a capital letter (which Speech Dispatcher refers to as 'spell'),
-#. or play a tone (which Speech Dispatcher refers to as a sound 'icon'.) This
-#. string to be translated appears as a combo box item in Orca's Preferences.
-#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via
-#. text-to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital
-#. letters are presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to
-#. presenting a capital letter, or play a tone which Speech Dispatcher refers
-#. to as a sound 'icon'. This string to be translated refers to the brief/
-#. non-verbose output presented in response to the use of an Orca command which
-#. makes it possible for users to quickly cycle amongst these alternatives
-#. without having to get into a GUI.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:127 ../src/orca/messages.py:127
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "spelling"
-msgctxt "capitalization style"
-msgid "spell"
-msgstr "oikeinkirjoitus"
-
-#. Translators: If this checkbox is checked, then Orca will tell you when one of
-#. your buddies is typing a message.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:131
-msgid "Announce when your _buddies are typing"
-msgstr "_Kerro kun tuttavat kirjoittavat"
-
-#. Translators: If this checkbox is checked, then Orca will provide the user with
-#. chat room specific message histories rather than just a single history which
-#. contains the latest messages from all the chat rooms that they are in.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:136
-msgid "Provide chat room specific _message histories"
-msgstr "Tarjoa keskusteluhuonekohtainen viestihistoria"
-
-#. Translators: This is the label of a panel holding options for how messages in
-#. this application's chat rooms should be spoken. The options are: Speak messages
-#. from all channels (i.e. even if the chat application doesn't have focus); speak
-#. messages from a channel only if it is the active channel; speak messages from
-#. any channel, but only if the chat application has focus.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:143
-msgid "Speak messages from"
-msgstr "Puhu viestit lähteestä"
-
-#. Translators: This is the label of a radio button. If it is selected, Orca will
-#. speak all new chat messages as they appear irrespective of whether or not the
-#. chat application currently has focus. This is the default behaviour.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:148
-msgid "All cha_nnels"
-msgstr "Kaikki _kanavat"
-
-#. Translators: This is the label of a radio button. If it is selected, Orca will
-#. speak all new chat messages as they appear if and only if the chat application
-#. has focus. The string substitution is for the application name (e.g Pidgin).
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:153
-#, python-format
-msgid "All channels when an_y %s window is active"
-msgstr "Kaikki kanavat, kun mikä tahan_sa %s-ikkuna on aktiivinen"
-
-#. Translators: This is the label of a radio button. If it is selected, Orca will
-#. only speak new chat messages for the currently active channel, irrespective of
-#. whether the chat application has focus.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:158
-msgid "A channel only if its _window is active"
-msgstr "Kanava vain jos sen _ikkuna on aktiivinen"
-
-#. Translators: If this checkbox is checked, then Orca will speak the name of the
-#. chat room prior to presenting an incoming message.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:162
-msgid "_Speak Chat Room name"
-msgstr "_Lausu keskusteluhuoneen nimi"
-
-#. Translators: When presenting the content of a line on a web page, Orca by
-#. default presents the full line, including any links or form fields on that
-#. line, in order to reflect the on-screen layout as seen by sighted users.
-#. Not all users like this presentation, however, and prefer to have objects
-#. treated as if they were on individual lines, such as is done by Windows
-#. screen readers, so that unrelated objects (e.g. links in a navbar) are not
-#. all jumbled together. As a result, this is now configurable. If layout mode
-#. is enabled, Orca will present the full line as it appears on the screen; if
-#. it is disabled, Orca will treat each object as if it were on a separate line,
-#. both for presentation and navigation.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:174
-msgid "Enable layout mode for content"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca's keybindings support double and triple "clicks" or key
-#. presses, similar to using a mouse. This string appears in Orca's preferences
-#. dialog after a keybinding which requires a double click.
-#. Translators: Orca keybindings support double
-#. and triple "clicks" or key presses, similar to
-#. using a mouse.
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:179 ../src/orca/keybindings.py:195
-msgid "double click"
-msgstr "kaksoisnapsautus"
-
-#. Translators: Orca's keybindings support double and triple "clicks" or key
-#. presses, similar to using a mouse. This string appears in Orca's preferences
-#. dialog after a keybinding which requires a triple click.
-#. Translators: Orca keybindings support double
-#. and triple "clicks" or key presses, similar to
-#. using a mouse.
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:184 ../src/orca/keybindings.py:201
-msgid "triple click"
-msgstr "kolmoisnapsautus"
-
-#. Translators: This is a label which will appear in the list of available speech
-#. engines as a special item. It refers to the default engine configured within
-#. the speech subsystem. Apart from this item, the user will have a chance to
-#. select a particular speech engine by its real name (Festival, IBMTTS, etc.)
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:190
-msgid "Default Synthesizer"
-msgstr "Oletus-_syntetisaattori"
-
-#. Translators: This is a label for a column header in Orca's pronunciation
-#. dictionary. The pronunciation dictionary allows the user to correct words
-#. which the speech synthesizer mispronounces (e.g. a person's name, a technical
-#. word) or doesn't pronounce as the user desires (e.g. an acronym) by providing
-#. an alternative string. The "Actual String" here refers to the word to be
-#. corrected as it would actually appear in text being read. Example: "LOL".
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:198
-msgid "Actual String"
-msgstr "Alkuperäinen merkkijono"
-
-#. Translators: This is a label for a column header in Orca's pronunciation
-#. dictionary. The pronunciation dictionary allows the user to correct words
-#. which the speech synthesizer mispronounces (e.g. a person's name, a technical
-#. word) or doesn't pronounce as the user desires (e.g. an acronym) by providing
-#. an alternative string. The "Replacement String" here refers to how the user
-#. would like the "Actual String" to be pronounced by the speech synthesizer.
-#. Example: "L O L" or "Laughing Out Loud" (for Actual String "LOL").
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:207
-msgid "Replacement String"
-msgstr "Korvaava merkkijono"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has an "echo" feature to present text as it is being written
-#. by the user. While Orca's "key echo" options present the actual keyboard keys
-#. being pressed, "character echo" presents the character/string of length 1 that
-#. is inserted as a result of the keypress.
-#. Translators: When this option is enabled, inserted text of length 1 is spoken.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:213 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:174
-msgid "Enable echo by cha_racter"
-msgstr "Ota _merkkien kaiutus käyttöön"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has an "echo" feature to present text as it is being written
-#. by the user. This string refers to a "key echo" option. When this option is
-#. enabled, dead keys will be announced when pressed.
-#. Translators: When this option is enabled, dead keys will be announced when pressed.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:218 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:172
-msgid "Enable non-spacing _diacritical keys"
-msgstr "Ota tilattomat _korostusmerkit käyttöön"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a "find" feature which allows the user to search the
-#. active application for on screen text and widgets. This label is associated
-#. with the setting to begin the search from the current location rather than
-#. from the top of the screen.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:224 ../src/orca/orca-find.ui.h:9
-msgid "C_urrent location"
-msgstr "_Nykyinen sijainti"
-
-#. Translators: This is the label for a spinbutton. This option allows the user
-#. to specify the number of matched characters that must be present before Orca
-#. speaks the line that contains the results from an application's Find toolbar.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:229
-msgid "Minimum length of matched text:"
-msgstr "Täsmätyn tekstin vähimmäispituus:"
-
-#. Translators: This is the label of a panel containing options for what Orca
-#. presents when the user is in the Find toolbar of an application, e.g. Firefox.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:233
-msgid "Find Options"
-msgstr "Haun valinnat"
-
-#. Translators: This is the label for a checkbox. This option controls whether
-#. the line that contains the match from an application's Find toolbar should
-#. always be spoken, or only spoken if it is a different line than the line
-#. which contained the last match.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:239
-msgid "Onl_y speak changed lines during find"
-msgstr "Lausu vain _muuttuneet rivit haun aikana"
-
-#. Translators: This is the label for a checkbox. This option controls whether or
-#. not Orca will automatically speak the line that contains the match while the
-#. user is performing a search from the Find toolbar of an application, e.g.
-#. Firefox.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:245
-msgid "Speak results during _find"
-msgstr "Lausu tulokset haun _aikana"
-
-#. Translators: Function is a table column header where the cells in the column
-#. are a sentence that briefly describes what action Orca will take if and when
-#. the user invokes that keyboard command.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:250
-msgid "Function"
-msgstr "Toiminto"
-
-#. Translators: Key Binding is a table column header where the cells in the
-#. column represent keyboard combinations the user can press to invoke Orca
-#. commands.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:255
-msgid "Key Binding"
-msgstr "Pikanäppäin"
-
-#. Translators: This string is a label for the group of Orca commands which
-#. can be used in any setting, task, or application. They are not specific
-#. to, for instance, web browsing.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:260
-msgctxt "keybindings"
-msgid "Default"
-msgstr "Oletus"
-
-#. Translators: An external braille device has buttons on it that permit the
-#. user to create input gestures from the braille device. The braille bindings
-#. are what determine the actions Orca will take when the user presses these
-#. buttons.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:266
-msgid "Braille Bindings"
-msgstr "Braille-sidokset"
-
-#. Translators: This string is a label for the group of Orca commands which
-#. do not currently have an associated key binding.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:270
-msgid "Unbound"
-msgstr "Sitomaton"
-
-#. Translators: Modified is a table column header in Orca's preferences dialog.
-#. This column contains a checkbox which indicates whether a key binding
-#. for an Orca command has been changed by the user to something other than its
-#. default value.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:276
-msgctxt "keybindings"
-msgid "Modified"
-msgstr "Muokattu"
-
-#. Translators: This label refers to the keyboard layout (desktop or laptop).
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:279 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:20
-msgid "_Desktop"
-msgstr "_Työpöytä"
-
-#. Translators: Orca's preferences can be configured on a per-application basis,
-#. allowing users to customize Orca's behavior, keybindings, etc. to work one
-#. way in LibreOffice and another way in a chat application. This string is the
-#. title of Orca's application-specific preferences dialog for an application.
-#. The string substituted in is the accessible name of the application (e.g.
-#. "Gedit", "Firefox", etc.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:287
-#, python-format
-msgid "Screen Reader Preferences for %s"
-msgstr "Näytönlukijat asetukset sovellukselle %s"
-
-#. Translators: This is a table column header. This column consists of a single
-#. checkbox. If the checkbox is checked, Orca will indicate the associated item
-#. or attribute by "marking" it in braille. "Marking" is not the same as writing
-#. out the word; instead marking refers to adding some other indicator, e.g.
-#. "underlining" with braille dots 7-8 a word that is bold.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:294
-msgid "Mark in braille"
-msgstr "Merkitse braillena"
-
-#. Translators: "Present Unless" is a column header of the text attributes panel
-#. of the Orca preferences dialog. On this panel, the user can select a set of
-#. text attributes that they would like spoken and/or indicated in braille.
-#. Because the list of attributes could get quite lengthy, we provide the option
-#. to always speak/braille a text attribute *unless* its value is equal to the
-#. value given by the user in this column of the list. For example, given the
-#. text attribute "underline" and a present unless value of "none", the user is
-#. stating that he/she would like to have underlined text announced for all cases
-#. (single, double, low, etc.) except when the value of underline is none (i.e.
-#. when it's not underlined). "Present" here is being used as a verb.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:306
-msgid "Present Unless"
-msgstr "Puhu, jollei arvo ole"
-
-#. Translators: This is a table column header. The "Speak" column consists of a
-#. single checkbox. If the checkbox is checked, Orca will speak the associated
-#. item or attribute (e.g. saying "Bold" as part of the information presented
-#. when the user gives the Orca command to obtain the format and font details of
-#. the current text).
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:313
-msgid "Speak"
-msgstr "Puhu"
-
-#. Translators: This is the title of a message dialog informing the user that
-#. he/she attempted to save a new user profile under a name which already exists.
-#. A "user profile" is a collection of settings which apply to a given task, such
-#. as a "Spanish" profile which would use Spanish text-to-speech and Spanish
-#. braille and selected when reading Spanish content.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:320
-msgid "Save Profile As Conflict"
-msgstr "Tallenna profiili ristiriitaisena"
-
-#. Translators: This is the label of a message dialog informing the user that
-#. he/she attempted to save a new user profile under a name which already exists.
-#. A "user profile" is a collection of settings which apply to a given task, such
-#. as a "Spanish" profile which would use Spanish text-to-speech and Spanish
-#. braille and selected when reading Spanish content.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:327
-msgid "User Profile Conflict!"
-msgstr "Käyttäjäprofiilin ristiriita"
-
-#. Translators: This is the message in a dialog informing the user that he/she
-#. attempted to save a new user profile under a name which already exists.
-#. A "user profile" is a collection of settings which apply to a given task, such
-#. as a "Spanish" profile which would use Spanish text-to-speech and Spanish
-#. braille and selected when reading Spanish content.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:334
-#, python-format
-msgid ""
-"Profile %s already exists.\n"
-"Continue updating the existing profile with these new changes?"
-msgstr ""
-"Profiili %s on jo olemassa.\n"
-"Jatketaanko olemassa olevan profiilin päivitystä näillä uusilla muutoksilla?"
-
-#. Translators: This text is displayed in a message dialog when a user indicates
-#. he/she wants to switch to a new user profile which will cause him/her to lose
-#. settings which have been altered but not yet saved. A "user profile" is a
-#. collection of settings which apply to a given task such as a "Spanish" profile
-#. which would use Spanish text-to-speech and Spanish braille and selected when
-#. reading Spanish content.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:344
-msgid "Load user profile"
-msgstr "Lataa käyttäjäprofiili"
-
-#. Translators: This text is displayed in a message dialog when a user indicates
-#. he/she wants to switch to a new user profile which will cause him/her to lose
-#. settings which have been altered but not yet saved. A "user profile" is a
-#. collection of settings which apply to a given task such as a "Spanish" profile
-#. which would use Spanish text-to-speech and Spanish braille and selected when
-#. reading Spanish content.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:353
-msgid ""
-"You are about to change the active profile. If you\n"
-"have just made changes in your preferences, they will\n"
-"be dropped at profile load.\n"
-"\n"
-"Continue loading profile discarding previous changes?"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Profiles in Orca make it possible for users to quickly switch
-#. amongst a group of pre-defined settings (e.g. an 'English' profile for reading
-#. text written in English using an English-language speech synthesizer and
-#. braille rules, and a similar 'Spanish' profile for reading Spanish text. The
-#. following string is the title of a dialog in which users can save a newly-
-#. defined profile.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:364
-msgid "Save Profile As"
-msgstr "Tallenna profiili nimellä"
-
-#. Translators: Profiles in Orca make it possible for users to quickly switch
-#. amongst a group of pre-defined settings (e.g. an 'English' profile for reading
-#. text written in English using an English-language speech synthesizer and
-#. braille rules, and a similar 'Spanish' profile for reading Spanish text. The
-#. following string is the label for a text entry in which the user enters the
-#. name of a new settings profile being saved via the 'Save Profile As' dialog.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:372
-msgid "_Profile Name:"
-msgstr "_Profiilin nimi:"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a setting which determines which progress bar updates
-#. should be announced. Choosing "All" means that Orca will present progress bar
-#. updates regardless of what application and window they happen to be in.
-#. Translators: Orca has a setting which determines which progress bar updates should be announced. Choosing 
All means that Orca will present progress bar updates regardless of what application and window they happen 
to be in.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:377 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:8
-msgctxt "ProgressBar"
-msgid "All"
-msgstr "Kaikki"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a setting which determines which progress bar updates
-#. should be announced. Choosing "Application" means that Orca will present
-#. progress bar updates as long as the progress bar is in the active application
-#. (but not necessarily in the current window).
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:383
-msgctxt "ProgressBar"
-msgid "Application"
-msgstr "Sovellus"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a setting which determines which progress bar updates
-#. should be announced. Choosing "Window" means that Orca will present progress
-#. bar updates as long as the progress bar is in the active window.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:388
-msgctxt "ProgressBar"
-msgid "Window"
-msgstr "Ikkuna"
-
-#. Translators: If this setting is chosen, no punctuation symbols will be spoken
-#. as a user reads a document.
-#. Translators: this refers to how much punctuation will be spoken by Orca when presenting text on the 
screen.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:392 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:94
-msgctxt "punctuation level"
-msgid "_None"
-msgstr "_Ei mitään"
-
-#. Translators: If this setting is chosen, common punctuation symbols (like
-#. comma, period, question mark) will not be spoken as a user reads a document,
-#. but less common symbols (such as #, @, $) will.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:397 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:95
-msgid "So_me"
-msgstr "_Osittain"
-
-#. Translators: If this setting is chosen, the majority of punctuation symbols
-#. will be spoken as a user reads a document.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:401 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:96
-msgid "M_ost"
-msgstr "_Yleisimmät"
-
-#. Translators: If this setting is chosen and the user is reading over an entire
-#. document, Orca will pause at the end of each line.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:405 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:5
-msgid "Line"
-msgstr "Rivi"
-
-#. Translators: If this setting is chosen and the user is reading over an entire
-#. document, Orca will pause at the end of each sentence.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:409 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:6
-msgid "Sentence"
-msgstr "Virke"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the text of a blockquote.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:415
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "quote"
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Blockquote"
-msgstr "lainausmerkki"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the text of a button.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:421
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Button"
-msgstr "Painike"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the caption of a table.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:427
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Caption"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the label of a check box.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:433
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Check Box"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the text displayed for a web element with an "onClick" handler.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:439
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Clickable"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the selected item in a combo box.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:445
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Combo Box"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the description of an element.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:451
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Description"
-msgstr "Kuvaus"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the text of a heading.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:457
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Heading"
-msgstr "Otsikko"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the text (alt text, title, etc.) associated with an image.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:463
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Image"
-msgstr "Kuva"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the label of a form field.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:469
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Label"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the text of a landmark. ARIA role landmarks are the W3C defined HTML
-#. tag attribute 'role' used to identify important part of webpage like banners,
-#. main context, search etc.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:477
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "trademark"
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Landmark"
-msgstr "tavaramerkki"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of a column which
-#. contains the level of a heading. Level will be a "1" for <h1>, a "2" for <h2>,
-#. and so on.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:484
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Level"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the text of a link.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:490
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Link"
-msgstr "Linkki"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the text of a list.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:496
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "List"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the text of a list item.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:502
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "List Item"
-msgstr "Luettelokohta"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the text of an object.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:508
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Object"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the text of a paragraph.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:514
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "paragraph style"
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Paragraph"
-msgstr "kappaleen tyyli"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the label of a radio button.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:520
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Radio Button"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the role of a widget. Examples include "heading", "paragraph",
-#. "table", "combo box", etc.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:527
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Role"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the selected item of a form field.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:533
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Selected Item"
-msgstr "Valittu kohta"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the state of a widget. Examples include "checked"/"not checked",
-#. "selected"/"not selected", "visited/not visited", etc.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:540
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "State"
-msgstr "Tila"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the text of an entry.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:546
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Text"
-msgstr "Teksti"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the URI of a link.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:552
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "URI"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
-#. contains the value of a form field.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:558
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Value"
-msgstr "Arvo"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:563
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "No more blockquotes."
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Blockquotes"
-msgstr "Ei lisää lainattuja lohkoja."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:568
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Buttons"
-msgstr "Painikkeet"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:573
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Check Boxes"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#. "Clickables" are web elements which have an "onClick" handler.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:579
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "structural navigation"
-#| msgid "Tables"
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Clickables"
-msgstr "Taulukot"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:584
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Combo Boxes"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:589
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Entries"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:594
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Form Fields"
-msgstr "Lomakekentät"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:599
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Headings"
-msgstr "Otsikot"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:604
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Images"
-msgstr "Kuvat"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#. Level will be a "1" for <h1>, a "2" for <h2>, and so on.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:610
-#, python-format
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Headings at Level %d"
-msgstr "Otsikot tasolla %d"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#. ARIA role landmarks are the W3C defined HTML tag attribute 'role' used to
-#. identify important part of webpage like banners, main context, search etc.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:617
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "trademark"
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Landmarks"
-msgstr "tavaramerkki"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#. A 'large object' is a logical chunk of text, such as a paragraph, a list,
-#. a table, etc.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:624
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "No more large objects."
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Large Objects"
-msgstr "Ei lisää isoja kohteita."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:629
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Links"
-msgstr "Linkit"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:634
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Lists"
-msgstr "Luettelot"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:639
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "List Items"
-msgstr "Luettelokohdat"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:644
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Paragraphs"
-msgstr "Kappaleet"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:649
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "No more radio buttons."
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Radio Buttons"
-msgstr "Ei lisää radiovalitsimia."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:654
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Tables"
-msgstr "Taulukot"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:659
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Unvisited Links"
-msgstr "Vierailemattomat linkit"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:664
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Visited Links"
-msgstr "Vieraillut linkit"
-
-#. Translators: This is the title of a panel holding options for how to navigate
-#. HTML content (e.g., Orca caret navigation, positioning of caret, structural
-#. navigation, etc.).
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:669
-msgid "Page Navigation"
-msgstr "Sivulla navigointi"
-
-#. Translators: When the user loads a new web page, they can optionally have Orca
-#. automatically start reading the page from beginning to end. This is the label
-#. of a checkbox in which users can indicate their preference.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:675
-msgid "Automatically start speaking a page when it is first _loaded"
-msgstr "Aloita sivun puhuminen automaattisesti, kun se _ladataan"
-
-#. Translators: When the user loads a new web page, they can optionally have Orca
-#. automatically summarize details about the page, such as the number of elements
-#. (landmarks, forms, links, tables, etc.).
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:680
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Automatically start speaking a page when it is first _loaded"
-msgid "_Present summary of a page when it is first loaded"
-msgstr "Aloita sivun puhuminen automaattisesti, kun se _ladataan"
-
-#. Translators: Different speech systems and speech engines work differently when
-#. it comes to handling pauses (e.g. sentence boundaries). This property allows
-#. the user to specify whether speech should be sent to the speech synthesis
-#. system immediately when a pause directive is encountered or if it should be
-#. queued up and sent to the speech synthesis system once the entire set of
-#. utterances has been calculated.
-#. Translators: different speech systems and speech engines work differently when it comes to handling 
pauses (e.g., sentence boundaries).  This property allows the user to specify whether speech should be sent 
to the speech synthesis system immediately when a pause directive is encountered or if it should be queued up 
and sent to the speech synthesis system once the entire set of utterances has been calculated.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:688 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:82
-msgid "Break speech into ch_unks between pauses"
-msgstr "Katkaise puhe tauotettuihin _paloihin"
-
-#. Translators: This string will appear in the list of available voices for the
-#. current speech engine. "%s" will be replaced by the name of the current speech
-#. engine, such as "Festival default voice" or "IBMTTS default voice". It refers
-#. to the default voice configured for given speech engine within the speech
-#. subsystem. Apart from this item, the list will contain the names of all
-#. available "real" voices provided by the speech engine.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:696
-#, python-format
-msgid "%s default voice"
-msgstr "%s oletusääni"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to the voice used by Orca when presenting the content
-#. of the screen and other messages.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:700
-msgctxt "VoiceType"
-msgid "Default"
-msgstr "Oletus"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to the voice used by Orca when presenting one or more
-#. characters which is part of a hyperlink.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:704
-msgctxt "VoiceType"
-msgid "Hyperlink"
-msgstr "Hyperlinkki"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to the voice used by Orca when presenting information
-#. which is not displayed on the screen as text, but is still being communicated
-#. by the system in some visual fashion. For instance, Orca says "misspelled" to
-#. indicate the presence of the red squiggly line found under a spelling error;
-#. Orca might say "3 of 6" when a user Tabs into a list of six items and the
-#. third item is selected. And so on.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:712
-msgctxt "VoiceType"
-msgid "System"
-msgstr "Järjestelmä"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to the voice used by Orca when presenting one or more
-#. characters which is written in uppercase.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:716
-msgctxt "VoiceType"
-msgid "Uppercase"
-msgstr "Isot kirjaimet"
-
-#. Translators this label refers to the name of particular speech synthesis
-#. system. (http://devel.freebsoft.org/speechd)
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:720
-msgid "Speech Dispatcher"
-msgstr "Puheentuottaja"
-
-#. Translators: This is a label for a group of options related to Orca's behavior
-#. when presenting an application's spell check dialog.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:724
-msgctxt "OptionGroup"
-msgid "Spell Check"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This is a label for a checkbox associated with an Orca setting.
-#. When this option is enabled, Orca will spell out the current error in addition
-#. to speaking it. For example, if the misspelled word is "foo," enabling this
-#. setting would cause Orca to speak "f o o" after speaking "foo".
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:730
-msgid "Spell _error"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This is a label for a checkbox associated with an Orca setting.
-#. When this option is enabled, Orca will spell out the current suggestion in
-#. addition to speaking it. For example, if the misspelled word is "foo," and
-#. the first suggestion is "for" enabling this setting would cause Orca to speak
-#. "f o r" after speaking "for".
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:737
-msgid "Spell _suggestion"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This is a label for a checkbox associated with an Orca setting.
-#. When this option is enabled, Orca will present the context (surrounding text,
-#. typically the sentence or line) in which the mistake occurred.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:742
-msgid "Present _context of error"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This is a label for an option to tell Orca whether or not it
-#. should speak the coordinates of the current spread sheet cell. Coordinates are
-#. the row and column position within the spread sheet (i.e. A1, B1, C2 ...)
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:747
-msgid "Speak spread sheet cell coordinates"
-msgstr "Lausu taulukkolaskennan solun koordinaatit"
-
-#. Translators: This is a label for an option for whether or not to speak the
-#. header of a table cell in document content.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:751
-msgid "Announce cell _header"
-msgstr "Lausu solun _otsake"
-
-#. Translators: This is the title of a panel containing options for specifying
-#. how to navigate tables in document content.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:755
-msgid "Table Navigation"
-msgstr "Taulukossa navigointi"
-
-#. Translators: This is a label for an option to tell Orca to skip over empty/
-#. blank cells when navigating tables in document content.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:759
-msgid "Skip _blank cells"
-msgstr "Ohita _tyhjät solut"
-
-#. Translators: When users are navigating a table, they sometimes want the entire
-#. row of a table read; other times they want just the current cell presented to
-#. them. This label is associated with the default presentation to be used.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:764
-msgid "Speak _cell"
-msgstr "Puhu _solu"
-
-#. Translators: This is a label for an option to tell Orca whether or not it
-#. should speak table cell coordinates in document content.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:768
-msgid "Speak _cell coordinates"
-msgstr "Puhu solun koordinaatit"
-
-#. Translators: This is a label for an option to tell Orca whether or not it
-#. should speak the span size of a table cell (e.g., how many rows and columns
-#. a particular table cell spans in a table).
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:773
-msgid "Speak _multiple cell spans"
-msgstr "Puhu _useita soluja kattavat solut"
-
-#. Translators: This is a table column header. "Attribute" here refers to text
-#. attributes such as bold, underline, family-name, etc.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:777
-msgid "Attribute Name"
-msgstr "Ominaisuuden nimi"
-
-#. Translators: Gecko native caret navigation is where Firefox itself controls
-#. how the arrow keys move the caret around HTML content. It's often broken, so
-#. Orca needs to provide its own support. As such, Orca offers the user the
-#. ability to switch between the Firefox mode and the Orca mode. This is the
-#. label of a checkbox in which users can indicate their default preference.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:784
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Use _Orca Caret Navigation"
-msgid "Control caret navigation"
-msgstr "Käytä _orcan kohdistin-navigointia"
-
-#. Translators: Orca provides keystrokes to navigate HTML content in a structural
-#. manner: go to previous/next header, list item, table, etc. This is the label
-#. of a checkbox in which users can indicate their default preference.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:789
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Toggles structural navigation keys."
-msgid "Enable _structural navigation"
-msgstr "Vaihtelee rakenteellisia navigointinäppäimiä."
-
-#. Translators: This refers to the amount of information Orca provides about a
-#. particular object that receives focus.
-#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:793 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:90
-msgid "Brie_f"
-msgstr "Su_ppea"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the shift key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:42
-msgctxt "keyboard"
-msgid "Shift"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the alt key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:46
-msgctxt "keyboard"
-msgid "Alt"
-msgstr "Alt"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the control key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:50
-msgctxt "keyboard"
-msgid "Control"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the left shift key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:54
-msgid "left shift"
-msgstr "vasen vaihto"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the left alt key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:58
-msgid "left alt"
-msgstr "vasen alt"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the left ctrl key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:62
-msgid "left control"
-msgstr "vasen control"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the right shift key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:66
-msgid "right shift"
-msgstr "oikea vaihto"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the right alt key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:70
-msgid "right alt"
-msgstr "oikea alt"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the right ctrl key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:74
-msgid "right control"
-msgstr "oikea control"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the left meta key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:78
-msgid "left meta"
-msgstr "vasen meta"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the right meta key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:82
-msgid "right meta"
-msgstr "oikea meta"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the num lock key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:86
-msgid "num lock"
-msgstr "num lock"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the caps lock key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:90
-msgid "caps lock"
-msgstr "caps lock"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the scroll lock key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:94
-msgid "scroll lock"
-msgstr "scroll lock"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the page up key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:98 ../src/orca/keynames.py:102
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:106 ../src/orca/keynames.py:110
-msgid "page up"
-msgstr "sivu ylös"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the page down key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:114 ../src/orca/keynames.py:118
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:122 ../src/orca/keynames.py:126
-msgid "page down"
-msgstr "sivu alas"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the left tab key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:134
-msgid "left tab"
-msgstr "vasen sarkain"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the backspace key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:142
-msgid "backspace"
-msgstr "välilyönti"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the return key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:146
-msgid "return"
-msgstr "rivinvaihto"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the enter key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:150
-msgid "enter"
-msgstr "enter"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the up arrow key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:154 ../src/orca/keynames.py:158
-msgid "up"
-msgstr "ylös"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the down arrow key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:162 ../src/orca/keynames.py:166
-msgid "down"
-msgstr "alas"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the left arrow key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:170 ../src/orca/keynames.py:174
-msgid "left"
-msgstr "vasen"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the right arrow key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:178 ../src/orca/keynames.py:182
-msgid "right"
-msgstr "oikea"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the left super key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:186
-msgid "left super"
-msgstr "vasen super"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the right super key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:190
-msgid "right super"
-msgstr "oikea super"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the menu key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:194
-msgid "menu"
-msgstr "valikko"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the ISO shift key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:198
-msgid "Alt Gr"
-msgstr "Alt Gr"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the help key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:202
-msgid "help"
-msgstr "ohje"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the multi key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:206
-msgid "multi"
-msgstr "multi"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the mode switch key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:210
-msgid "mode switch"
-msgstr "tilanvaihto"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the escape key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:214
-msgid "escape"
-msgstr "escape"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the insert key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:218 ../src/orca/keynames.py:222
-msgid "insert"
-msgstr "lisää"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the delete key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:226 ../src/orca/keynames.py:230
-msgid "delete"
-msgstr "poista"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the home key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:234 ../src/orca/keynames.py:238
-msgid "home"
-msgstr "kotiin"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the end key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:242 ../src/orca/keynames.py:246
-msgid "end"
-msgstr "loppuun"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the begin key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:250
-msgid "begin"
-msgstr "alkuun"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the
-#. non-spacing diacritical key for the circumflex glyph
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:265
-msgid "circumflex"
-msgstr "circumflex"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the
-#. non-spacing diacritical key for the ring glyph
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:280
-msgid "ring"
-msgstr "ympyrä"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the
-#. non-spacing diacritical key for the stroke glyph
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:290
-msgid "stroke"
-msgstr "poikkiviivaus"
-
-#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the minus key
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:294
-msgid "minus"
-msgstr "miinus"
-
-#. Translators: this is presented in a GUI to represent the
-#. "insert" key when used as the Orca modifier.
-#: ../src/orca/keybindings.py:140
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "insert"
-msgid "Insert"
-msgstr "lisää"
-
-#. Translators: this is presented in a GUI to represent the
-#. "caps lock" modifier.
-#. Translators: this is presented in a GUI to represent the
-#. "caps lock" modifier.
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keybindings.py:144 ../src/orca/keybindings.py:149
-msgid "Caps_Lock"
-msgstr "Caps_Lock"
-
-#. Translators: this is presented in a GUI to represent the
-#. "right alt" modifier.
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keybindings.py:156
-msgid "Alt_R"
-msgstr "Alt_R"
-
-#. Translators: this is presented in a GUI to represent the
-#. "super" modifier.
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keybindings.py:161
-msgid "Super"
-msgstr "Super"
-
-#. Translators: this is presented in a GUI to represent the
-#. "meta 2" modifier.
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keybindings.py:166
-msgid "Meta2"
-msgstr "Meta2"
-
-#. Translators: this is presented in a GUI to represent the
-#. "left alt" modifier.
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keybindings.py:173
-msgid "Alt_L"
-msgstr "Alt_L"
-
-#. Translators: this is presented in a GUI to represent the
-#. "control" modifier.
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keybindings.py:178
-msgid "Ctrl"
-msgstr "Ctrl"
-
-#. Translators: this is presented in a GUI to represent the
-#. "shift " modifier.
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/keybindings.py:183
-msgid "Shift"
-msgstr "Vaihto"
-
-#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
-#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
-#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
-#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
-#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
-#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
-#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
-#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1120
-#, fuzzy, python-format
-#| msgid "bold"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "bold %s"
-msgstr "korostettu"
-
-#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
-#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
-#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
-#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
-#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
-#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
-#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
-#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1130
-#, fuzzy, python-format
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "italic"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "italic %s"
-msgstr "kursiivi"
-
-#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
-#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
-#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
-#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
-#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
-#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
-#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
-#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1140
-#, python-format
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "bold italic %s"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
-#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
-#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
-#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
-#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
-#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
-#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
-#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1150
-#, fuzzy, python-format
-#| msgid " subscript %s"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "script %s"
-msgstr " alaindeksi %s"
-
-#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
-#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
-#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
-#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
-#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
-#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
-#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
-#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1160
-#, fuzzy, python-format
-#| msgid " subscript %s"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "bold script %s"
-msgstr " alaindeksi %s"
-
-#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
-#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
-#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
-#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
-#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
-#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
-#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
-#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1170
-#, python-format
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "fraktur %s"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
-#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
-#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
-#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
-#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
-#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
-#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
-#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1180
-#, python-format
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "double-struck %s"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
-#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
-#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
-#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
-#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
-#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
-#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
-#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1190
-#, python-format
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "bold fraktur %s"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
-#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
-#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
-#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
-#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
-#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
-#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
-#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1200
-#, python-format
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "sans-serif %s"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
-#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
-#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
-#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
-#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
-#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
-#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
-#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1210
-#, python-format
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "sans-serif bold %s"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
-#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
-#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
-#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
-#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
-#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
-#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
-#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1220
-#, python-format
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "sans-serif italic %s"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
-#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
-#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
-#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
-#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
-#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
-#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
-#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1230
-#, python-format
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "sans-serif bold italic %s"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
-#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
-#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
-#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
-#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
-#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
-#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
-#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1240
-#, fuzzy, python-format
-#| msgid "Workspace "
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "monospace %s"
-msgstr "Työpöytä "
-
-#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
-#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
-#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
-#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
-#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
-#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
-#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
-#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1250
-#, fuzzy, python-format
-#| msgid "Context is %s"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "dotless %s"
-msgstr "Konteksti on %s"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '←' (U+2190)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1253
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "left arrow"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "left arrow"
-msgstr "vasen nuoli"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↑' (U+2191)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1256
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "left arrow"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "up arrow"
-msgstr "vasen nuoli"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '→' (U+2192)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1259
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right arrow"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "right arrow"
-msgstr "oikea nuoli"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↓' (U+2193)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1262
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "left arrow"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "down arrow"
-msgstr "vasen nuoli"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↔' (U+2194)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1265
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right arrow"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "left right arrow"
-msgstr "oikea nuoli"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↕' (U+2195)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1268
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "up down arrow"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↖' (U+2196)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1271
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right arrow"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "north west arrow"
-msgstr "oikea nuoli"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↗' (U+2197)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1274
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right arrow"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "north east arrow"
-msgstr "oikea nuoli"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↘' (U+2198)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1277
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "left arrow"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "south east arrow"
-msgstr "vasen nuoli"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↤' (U+21a4)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1280
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "left arrow"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "left arrow from bar"
-msgstr "vasen nuoli"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↥' (U+21a5)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1283
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "up arrow from bar"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↦' (U+21a6)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1286
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right arrow"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "right arrow from bar"
-msgstr "oikea nuoli"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↧' (U+21a7)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1289
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "down arrow from bar"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇐' (U+21d0)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1292
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "left double quote"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "left double arrow"
-msgstr "kaksinkertainen vasen lainausmerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇑' (U+21d1)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1295
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "double dagger"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "up double arrow"
-msgstr "kaksoisristi"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇒' (U+21d2)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1298
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right double quote"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "right double arrow"
-msgstr "kaksinkertainen oikea ainausmerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇓' (U+21d3)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1301
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "double dagger"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "down double arrow"
-msgstr "kaksoisristi"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇔' (U+21d4)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1304
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right double quote"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "left right double arrow"
-msgstr "kaksinkertainen oikea ainausmerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇕' (U+21d5)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1307
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "up down double arrow"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇖' (U+21d6)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1310
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "north west double arrow"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇗' (U+21d7)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1313
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "north east double arrow"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇘' (U+21d8)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1316
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "south east double arrow"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇙' (U+21d9)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1319
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "south west double arrow"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '➔' (U+2794)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1322
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right-pointing arrow"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "right-pointing arrow"
-msgstr "oikeaan osoittava nuoli"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '➢' (U+27a2)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1325
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right-pointing arrowhead"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "right-pointing arrowhead"
-msgstr "oikeaan osoittava nuolenkärki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '-' (U+002d) when used
-#. as a MathML operator.
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '−' (U+2212)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1329 ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1417
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "minus"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "minus"
-msgstr "miinus"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '<' (U+003c) when used
-#. as a MathML operator.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1333
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "less than"
-msgstr "pienempi kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '>' (U+003e) when used
-#. as a MathML operator.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1337
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "greater than"
-msgstr "suurempi kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '^' (U+005e) when used
-#. as a MathML operator.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1341
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "circumflex"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "circumflex"
-msgstr "circumflex"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ˇ' (U+02c7) when used
-#. as a MathML operator.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1345
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "háček"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '˘' (U+02d8) when used
-#. as a MathML operator.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1349
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "breve"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '˙' (U+02d9) when used
-#. as a MathML operator.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1353
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "dot"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "dot"
-msgstr "piste"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '‖' (U+2016) when used
-#. as a MathML operator.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1357
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "vertical align"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "double vertical line"
-msgstr "pystytasaus"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '…' (U+2026)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1360
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "horizontal"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "horizontal ellipsis"
-msgstr "vaaka"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∀' (U+2200)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1363
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "for all"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∁' (U+2201)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1366
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "complement"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∂' (U+2202)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1369
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "partial differential"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∃' (U+2203)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1372
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "there exists"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∄' (U+2204)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1375
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "there does not exist"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∅' (U+2205)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1378
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "empty"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "empty set"
-msgstr "tyhjä"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∆' (U+2206)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1381
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "increment"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∇' (U+2207)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1384
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "indentation and justification"
-#| msgid "Enabled"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "nabla"
-msgstr "Käytössä"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∈' (U+2208)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1387
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "element of"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∉' (U+2209)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1390
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "not an element of"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∊' (U+220a)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1393
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "small element of"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∋' (U+220b)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1396
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "contains as a member"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∌' (U+220c)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1399
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "does not contain as a member"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∍' (U+220d)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1402
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "small contains as a member"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∎' (U+220e)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1405
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "End of row."
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "end of proof"
-msgstr "Rivin loppu."
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∏' (U+220f)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1408
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "product"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∐' (U+2210)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1411
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "coproduct"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∑' (U+2211)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1414
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "sub"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "sum"
-msgstr "alaviite"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∓' (U+2213)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1420
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "plus or minus"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "minus or plus"
-msgstr "plus-miinus"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∔' (U+2214)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1423
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "plus"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "dot plus"
-msgstr "plus"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∕' (U+2215)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1426
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "division slash"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∖' (U+2216)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1429
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "minus"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "set minus"
-msgstr "miinus"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∗' (U+2217)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1432
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "asterisk operator"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∘' (U+2218)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1435
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "ring operator"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∙' (U+2219)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1438
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "bullet operator"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '√' (U+221a)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1441
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "square root"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "square root"
-msgstr "neliökuuri"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∛' (U+221b)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1444
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "cube root"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "cube root"
-msgstr "kuutiojuuri"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∜' (U+221c)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1447
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "square root"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "fourth root"
-msgstr "neliökuuri"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∝' (U+221d)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1450
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "proportional to"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∞' (U+221e)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1453
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "infinity"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "infinity"
-msgstr "äärettömyys"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∟' (U+221f)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1456
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right alt"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "right angle"
-msgstr "oikea alt"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∠' (U+2220)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1459
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "single"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "angle"
-msgstr "yksinkertainen"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∡' (U+2221)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1462
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "measured angle"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∢' (U+2222)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1465
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "vertical align"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "spherical angle"
-msgstr "pystytasaus"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∣' (U+2223)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1468
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "divided by"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "divides"
-msgstr "jakomerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∤' (U+2224)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1471
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "does not divide"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∥' (U+2225)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1474
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "parallel to"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∦' (U+2226)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1477
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "not equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "not parallel to"
-msgstr "erisuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∧' (U+2227)
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋀' (U+22c0)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1480 ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1939
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "logical not"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "logical and"
-msgstr "looginen ei"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∨' (U+2228)
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋁' (U+22c1)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1483 ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1942
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "logical not"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "logical or"
-msgstr "looginen ei"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∩' (U+2229)
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋂' (U+22c2)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1486 ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1945
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "direction"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "intersection"
-msgstr "suunta"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∪' (U+222a)
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋃' (U+22c3)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1489 ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1948
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "union"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∫' (U+222b)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1492
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "integral"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∬' (U+222c)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1495
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "double prime"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "double integral"
-msgstr "kaksoishipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∭' (U+222d)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1498
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "triple integral"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∮' (U+222e)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1501
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "contour integral"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∯' (U+222f)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1504
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "surface integral"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∰' (U+2230)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1507
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "volume integral"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∱' (U+2231)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1510
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "clockwise integral"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∲' (U+2232)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1513
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "clockwise contour integral"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∳' (U+2233)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1516
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "anticlockwise contour integral"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∴' (U+2234)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1519
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "therefore"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∵' (U+2235)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1522
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "because"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∶' (U+2236)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1525
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "ratio"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∷' (U+2237)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1528
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "proportion"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∸' (U+2238)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1531
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "minus"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "dot minus"
-msgstr "miinus"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∹' (U+2239)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1534
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "excess"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∺' (U+223a)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1537
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "geometric proportion"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∻' (U+223b)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1540
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "homothetic"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∼' (U+223c)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1543
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "tilde"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "tilde"
-msgstr "tilde"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∽' (U+223d)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1546
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "reversed tilde"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∾' (U+223e)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1549
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "inverted lazy S"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∿' (U+223f)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1552
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "sine wave"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≀' (U+2240)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1555
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "wreath product"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≁' (U+2241)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1558
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "n tilde"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "not tilde"
-msgstr "n tilde"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≂' (U+2242)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1561
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "n tilde"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "minus tilde"
-msgstr "n tilde"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≃' (U+2243)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1564
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "almost equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "asymptotically equal to"
-msgstr "lähes yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≄' (U+2244)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1567
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "almost equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "not asymptotically equal to"
-msgstr "lähes yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≅' (U+2245)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1570
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "almost equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "approximately equal to"
-msgstr "lähes yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≆' (U+2246)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1573
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "approximately but not actually equal to"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≇' (U+2247)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1576
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "neither approximately nor actually equal to"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≈' (U+2248)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1579
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "almost equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "almost equal to"
-msgstr "lähes yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≉' (U+2249)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1582
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "almost equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "not almost equal to"
-msgstr "lähes yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≊' (U+224a)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1585
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "almost equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "almost equal or equal to"
-msgstr "lähes yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≋' (U+224b)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1588
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "triple click"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "triple tilde"
-msgstr "kolmoisnapsautus"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≌' (U+224c)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1591
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "almost equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "all equal to"
-msgstr "lähes yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≍' (U+224d)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1594
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "equivalent to"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≎' (U+224e)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1597
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "geometrically equivalent to"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≏' (U+224f)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1600
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "different site"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "difference between"
-msgstr "eri sivusto"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≐' (U+2250)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1603
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "approaches the limit"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≑' (U+2251)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1606
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "not equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "geometrically equal to"
-msgstr "erisuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≒' (U+2252)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1609
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "approximately equal to or the image of"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≓' (U+2253)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1612
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "image of or approximately equal to"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≔' (U+2254)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1615
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "equals"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "colon equals"
-msgstr "yhtäsuuri"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≕' (U+2255)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1618
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "equals"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "equals colon"
-msgstr "yhtäsuuri"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≖' (U+2256)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1621
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "not equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "ring in equal to"
-msgstr "erisuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≗' (U+2257)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1624
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "not equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "ring equal to"
-msgstr "erisuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≘' (U+2258)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1627
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "corresponds to"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≙' (U+2259)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1630
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "estimates"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≚' (U+225a)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1633
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "triangular bullet"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "equiangular to"
-msgstr "kolmikulmainen luoti"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≛' (U+225b)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1636
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "equals"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "star equals"
-msgstr "yhtäsuuri"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≜' (U+225c)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1639
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "not equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "delta equal to"
-msgstr "erisuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≝' (U+225d)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1642
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "equal to by definition"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≞' (U+225e)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1645
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "measured by"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≟' (U+225f)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1648
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "questioned equal to"
-msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≠' (U+2260)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1651
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "not equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "not equal to"
-msgstr "erisuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≡' (U+2261)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1654
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "vertical"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "identical to"
-msgstr "pysty"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≢' (U+2262)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1657
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "not equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "not identical to"
-msgstr "erisuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≣' (U+2263)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1660
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "strictly equivalent to"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≤' (U+2264)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1663
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≥' (U+2265)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1666
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≦' (U+2266)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1669
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "less than over equal to"
-msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≧' (U+2267)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1672
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "greater than over equal to"
-msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≨' (U+2268)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1675
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "less than but not equal to"
-msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≩' (U+2269)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1678
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "greater than but not equal to"
-msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≪' (U+226a)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1681
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "much less than"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≫' (U+226b)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1684
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "much greater than"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≬' (U+226c)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1687
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "between"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≭' (U+226d)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1690
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "not equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "not equivalent to"
-msgstr "erisuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≮' (U+226e)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1693
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "not less than"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≯' (U+226f)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1696
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "not greater than"
-msgstr "suurempi kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≰' (U+2270)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1699
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "neither less than nor equal to"
-msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≱' (U+2271)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1702
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "neither greater than nor equal to"
-msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≲' (U+2272)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1705
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "less than or equivalent to"
-msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≳' (U+2273)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1708
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "greater than or equivalent to"
-msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≴' (U+2274)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1711
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "neither less than nor equivalent to"
-msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≵' (U+2275)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1714
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "neither greater than nor equivalent to"
-msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≶' (U+2276)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1717
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "less than or greater than"
-msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≷' (U+2277)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1720
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "greater than or less than"
-msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≸' (U+2278)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1723
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "neither less than nor greater than"
-msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≹' (U+2279)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1726
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "neither greater than nor less than"
-msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≺' (U+227a)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1729
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "precedes"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≻' (U+227b)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1732
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "succeeds"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≼' (U+227c)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1735
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "precedes or equal to"
-msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≽' (U+227d)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1738
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "succeeds or equal to"
-msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≾' (U+227e)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1741
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "precedes or equivalent to"
-msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≿' (U+227f)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1744
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "succeeds or equivalent to"
-msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊀' (U+2280)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1747
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "not pressed"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "does not precede"
-msgstr "ei painettu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊁' (U+2281)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1750
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "does not succeed"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊂' (U+2282)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1753
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "subscript 0"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "subset of"
-msgstr "alaindeksi 0"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊃' (U+2283)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1756
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "superscript a"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "superset of"
-msgstr "yläindeksi a"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊄' (U+2284)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1759
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "not a subset of"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊅' (U+2285)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1762
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "not a superset of"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊆' (U+2286)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1765
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "subset of or equal to"
-msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊇' (U+2287)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1768
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "superset of or equal to"
-msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊈' (U+2288)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1771
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "neither a subset of nor equal to"
-msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊉' (U+2289)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1774
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "neither a superset of nor equal to"
-msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊊' (U+228a)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1777
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "subset of with not equal to"
-msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊋' (U+228b)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1780
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "superset of with not equal to"
-msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊌' (U+228c)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1783
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "multi-select"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "multiset"
-msgstr "monivalinta"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊍' (U+228d)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1786
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "justification"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "multiset multiplication"
-msgstr "tasaus"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊎' (U+228e)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1789
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "multi-select"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "multiset union"
-msgstr "monivalinta"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊏' (U+228f)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1792
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "square root"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "square image of"
-msgstr "neliökuuri"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊐' (U+2290)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1795
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "square root"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "square original of"
-msgstr "neliökuuri"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊑' (U+2291)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1798
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "square image of or equal to"
-msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊒' (U+2292)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1801
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "square original of or equal to"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊓' (U+2293)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1804
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "square root"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "square cap"
-msgstr "neliökuuri"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊔' (U+2294)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1807
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "square root"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "square cup"
-msgstr "neliökuuri"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊕' (U+2295)
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⨁' (U+2a01)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1810 ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2158
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "circled plus"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊖' (U+2296)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1813
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "circled minus"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊗' (U+2297)
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⨂' (U+2a02)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1816 ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2161
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "circled times"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊘' (U+2298)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1819
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "circled division slash"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊙' (U+2299)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1822
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "circled dot operator"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊚' (U+229a)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1825
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "circled ring operator"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊛' (U+229b)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1828
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "circled asterisk operator"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊜' (U+229c)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1831
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "subscript equals"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "circled equals"
-msgstr "alaindeksi yhtä kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊝' (U+229d)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1834
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "en dash"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "circled dash"
-msgstr "pitkä viiva"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊞' (U+229e)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1837
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "subscript plus"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "squared plus"
-msgstr "alaindeksi plus"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊟' (U+229f)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1840
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "subscript minus"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "squared minus"
-msgstr "alaindeksi miinus"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊠' (U+22a0)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1843
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "square root"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "squared times"
-msgstr "neliökuuri"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊡' (U+22a1)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1846
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "square root"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "squared dot operator"
-msgstr "neliökuuri"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊢' (U+22a2)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1849
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right meta"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "right tack"
-msgstr "oikea meta"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊣' (U+22a3)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1852
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "left tab"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "left tack"
-msgstr "vasen sarkain"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊤' (U+22a4)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1855
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "down"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "down tack"
-msgstr "alas"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊥' (U+22a5)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1858
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "up tack"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊦' (U+22a6)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1861
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "section"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "assertion"
-msgstr "osio"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊧' (U+22a7)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1864
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "models"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊨' (U+22a8)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1867
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "true"
-msgstr "tosi"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊩' (U+22a9)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1870
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "forces"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊪' (U+22aa)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1873
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "triple vertical bar right turnstile"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊫' (U+22ab)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1876
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "double vertical bar double right turnstile"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊬' (U+22ac)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1879
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "does not prove"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊭' (U+22ad)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1882
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "not true"
-msgstr "epätosi"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊮' (U+22ae)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1885
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "does not force"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊯' (U+22af)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1888
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "negated double vertical bar double right turnstile"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊰' (U+22b0)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1891
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "precedes under relation"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊱' (U+22b1)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1894
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "succeeds under relation"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊲' (U+22b2)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1897
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "normal subgroup of"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊳' (U+22b3)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1900
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "contains as normal subgroup"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊴' (U+22b4)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1903
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "normal subgroup of or equal to"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊵' (U+22b5)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1906
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "contains as normal subgroup of or equal to"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊶' (U+22b6)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1909
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "ordinal"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "original of"
-msgstr "järjestysnumero"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊷' (U+22b7)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1912
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "structural navigation"
-#| msgid "Image"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "image of"
-msgstr "Kuva"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊸' (U+22b8)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1915
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "multi"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "multimap"
-msgstr "multi"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊹' (U+22b9)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1918
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "hermitian conjugate matrix"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊺' (U+22ba)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1921
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "intercalate"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊻' (U+22bb)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1924
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "xor"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊼' (U+22bc)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1927
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "nand"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊽' (U+22bd)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1930
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "normal"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "nor"
-msgstr "tavallinen"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊾' (U+22be)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1933
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right single quote"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "right angle with arc"
-msgstr "yksinkertainen oikea lainausmerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊿' (U+22bf)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1936
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right brace"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "right triangle"
-msgstr "oikea kaarisulku"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋄' (U+22c4)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1951
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "diamond operator"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋅' (U+22c5)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1954
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "dot operator"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋆' (U+22c6)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1957
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "star operator"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋇' (U+22c7)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1960
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "division times"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋈' (U+22c8)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1963
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "bowtie"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋉' (U+22c9)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1966
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "left normal factor semidirect product"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋊' (U+22ca)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1969
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "right normal factor semidirect product"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋋' (U+22cb)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1972
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "left semidirect product"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋌' (U+22cc)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1975
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "right semidirect product"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋍' (U+22cd)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1978
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "reversed tilde equals"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋎' (U+22ce)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1981
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "logical not"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "curly logical or"
-msgstr "looginen ei"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋏' (U+22cf)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1984
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "logical not"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "curly logical and"
-msgstr "looginen ei"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋐' (U+22d0)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1987
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "double prime"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "double subset"
-msgstr "kaksoishipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋑' (U+22d1)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1990
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "double prime"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "double superset"
-msgstr "kaksoishipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋒' (U+22d2)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1993
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "direction"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "double intersection"
-msgstr "suunta"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋓' (U+22d3)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1996
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "double prime"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "double union"
-msgstr "kaksoishipsu"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋔' (U+22d4)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1999
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "pitchfork"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋕' (U+22d5)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2002
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "equal and parallel to"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋖' (U+22d6)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2005
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "less than with dot"
-msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋗' (U+22d7)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2008
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "greater than with dot"
-msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋘' (U+22d8)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2011
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "very much less than"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋙' (U+22d9)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2014
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "very much greater than"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋚' (U+22da)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2017
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "less than equal to or greater than"
-msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋛' (U+22db)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2020
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "greater than equal to or less than"
-msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋜' (U+22dc)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2023
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "equal to or less than"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋝' (U+22dd)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2026
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "equal to or greater than"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋝' (U+22de)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2029
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "equal to or precedes"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋝' (U+22df)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2032
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "equal to or succeeds"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋠' (U+22e0)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2035
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "does not precede or equal"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋡' (U+22e1)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2038
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "does not succeed or equal"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋢' (U+22e2)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2041
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "not square image of or equal to"
-msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋣' (U+22e3)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2044
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "not square original of or equal to"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋤' (U+22e4)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2047
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "square image of or not equal to"
-msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋥' (U+22e5)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2050
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "square original of or not equal to"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋦' (U+22e6)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2053
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "less than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "less than but not equivalent to"
-msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋧' (U+22e7)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2056
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "greater than but not equivalent to"
-msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋨' (U+22e8)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2059
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "precedes but not equivalent to"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋩' (U+22e9)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2062
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "succeeds but not equivalent to"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋪' (U+22ea)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2065
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "not normal subgroup of"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋫' (U+22eb)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2068
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "does not contain as normal subgroup"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋬' (U+22ec)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2071
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "not normal subgroup of or equal to"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋭' (U+22ed)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2074
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "does not contain as normal subgroup or equal"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋮' (U+22ee)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2077
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "vertical align"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "vertical ellipsis"
-msgstr "pystytasaus"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋯' (U+22ef)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2080
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "midline horizontal ellipsis"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋰' (U+22f0)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2083
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "up right diagonal ellipsis"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋱' (U+22f1)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2086
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "down right diagonal ellipsis"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋲' (U+22f2)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2089
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "element of with long horizontal stroke"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋳' (U+22f3)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2092
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "element of with vertical bar at end of horizontal stroke"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋴' (U+22f4)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2095
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "small element of with vertical bar at end of horizontal stroke"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋵' (U+22f5)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2098
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "element of with dot above"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋶' (U+22f6)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2101
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "element of with overbar"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋷' (U+22f7)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2104
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "small element of with overbar"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋸' (U+22f8)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2107
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "element of with underbar"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋹' (U+22f9)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2110
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "element of with two horizontal strokes"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋺' (U+22fa)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2113
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "contains with long horizontal stroke"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋻' (U+22fb)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2116
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "contains with vertical bar at end of horizontal stroke"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋼' (U+22fc)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2119
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "small contains with vertical bar at end of horizontal stroke"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋽' (U+22fd)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2122
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "contains with overbar"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋾' (U+22fe)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2125
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "small contains with overbar"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋿' (U+22ff)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2128
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "z notation bag membership"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⌈' (U+2308)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2131
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "left paren"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "left ceiling"
-msgstr "vasen sulku"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⌉' (U+2309)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2134
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right paren"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "right ceiling"
-msgstr "oikea sulku"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⌊' (U+230a)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2137
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "left alt"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "left floor"
-msgstr "vasen alt"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⌋' (U+230b)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2140
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right alt"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "right floor"
-msgstr "oikea alt"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⏞' (U+23de)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2143
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "left brace"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "top brace"
-msgstr "vasen kaarisulku"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⏟' (U+23df)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2146
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "bottom"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "bottom brace"
-msgstr "alhaalla"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⟨' (U+27e8)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2149
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "left double angle bracket"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "left angle bracket"
-msgstr "vasen kaksoiskaarisulku"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⟩' (U+27e9)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2152
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right double angle bracket"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "right angle bracket"
-msgstr "oikea kaksoiskaarisulku"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⨀' (U+2a00)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2155
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "middle dot"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "circled dot"
-msgstr "keskipiste"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⨃' (U+2a03)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2163
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "union with dot"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⨄' (U+2a04)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2165
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "union with plus"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⨅' (U+2a05)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2167
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Search direction:"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "square intersection"
-msgstr "Haun suunta:"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⨆' (U+2a06)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2169
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "square root"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "square union"
-msgstr "neliökuuri"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '■' (U+25a0)
-#. when used as a geometric shape (i.e. as opposed to a bullet in a list).
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2173
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "black square"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "black square"
-msgstr "musta neliö"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '□' (U+25a1)
-#. when used as a geometric shape (i.e. as opposed to a bullet in a list).
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2177
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "white square"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "white square"
-msgstr "valkoinen neliö"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '◆' (U+25c6)
-#. when used as a geometric shape (i.e. as opposed to a bullet in a list).
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2181
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "black diamond"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "black diamond"
-msgstr "musta timantti"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '○' (U+25cb)
-#. when used as a geometric shape (i.e. as opposed to a bullet in a list).
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2185
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "white circle"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "white circle"
-msgstr "valkoinen ympyrä"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '●' (U+25cf)
-#. when used as a geometric shape (i.e. as opposed to a bullet in a list).
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2189
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "black circle"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "black circle"
-msgstr "musta ympyrä"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '◦' (U+25e6)
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2192
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "white bullet"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "white bullet"
-msgstr "valkoinen luoti"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '◾' (U+25fe)
-#. when used as a geometric shape (i.e. as opposed to a bullet in a list).
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2196
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "black square"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "black medium small square"
-msgstr "musta neliö"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '̱' (U+0331)
-#. which combines with the preceding character. '%s' is a placeholder for the
-#. preceding character. Some examples of combined symbols can be seen in this
-#. table: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/appendixc.html#oper-dict.entries-table.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2202
-#, fuzzy, python-format
-#| msgid "underline"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "%s with underline"
-msgstr "alaviiva"
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '̸' (U+0338)
-#. which combines with the preceding character. '%s' is a placeholder for the
-#. preceding character. Some examples of combined symbols can be seen in this
-#. table: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/appendixc.html#oper-dict.entries-table.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2208
-#, python-format
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "%s with slash"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⃒' (U+20D2)
-#. which combines with the preceding character. '%s' is a placeholder for the
-#. preceding character. Some examples of combined symbols can be seen in this
-#. table: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/appendixc.html#oper-dict.entries-table.
-#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2214
-#, fuzzy, python-format
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "vertical align"
-msgctxt "math symbol"
-msgid "%s with vertical line"
-msgstr "pystytasaus"
-
-#. Translators: Sometimes when we attempt to get the name of an accessible
-#. software application, we fail because the app or one of its elements is
-#. defunct. This is a generic name so that we can still refer to this element
-#. in messages.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:40
-msgctxt "generic name"
-msgid "application"
-msgstr "sovellus"
-
-#. Translators: This is presented when the user has navigated to an empty line.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:43
-msgid "blank"
-msgstr "tyhjä"
-
-#. Translators: This refers to font weight.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:46
-msgid "bold"
-msgstr "korostettu"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a feature in which users can store/save a particular
-#. location in an application window and return to it later by pressing a
-#. keystroke. These stored/saved locations are "bookmarks". This string is
-#. presented to the user when a new bookmark has been entered into the list
-#. of bookmarks.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:53
-msgid "bookmark entered"
-msgstr "kirjanmerkki syötetty"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a feature in which users can store/save a particular
-#. location in an application window and return to it later by pressing a
-#. keystroke. These stored/saved locations are "bookmarks". This string is
-#. presented to the user when the active list of bookmarks have been saved to
-#. disk.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:60
-msgid "bookmarks saved"
-msgstr "kirjanmerkit tallennettu"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a feature in which users can store/save a particular
-#. location in an application window and return to it later by pressing a
-#. keystroke. These stored/saved locations are "bookmarks". This string is
-#. presented to the user when an error was encountered, preventing the active
-#. list of bookmarks being saved to disk.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:67
-msgid "bookmarks could not be saved"
-msgstr "kirjanmerkkejä ei voitu tallentaa"
-
-#. Translators: Orca normally intercepts all keyboard commands and only passes
-#. them along to the current application when they are not Orca commands. This
-#. command causes the next command issued to be passed along to the current
-#. application, bypassing Orca's interception of it.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:73
-msgid "Bypass mode enabled."
-msgstr "Ohitustila käytössä."
-
-#. Translators: this is an indication that Orca is unable to obtain the display/
-#. results area of the calculator being used (e.g. gcalctool).
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:77
-msgid "Unable to get calculator display"
-msgstr "Laskimen näyttöä ei voitu avata"
-
-#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via
-#. text-to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital
-#. letters are presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to
-#. presenting a capital letter, or play a tone which Speech Dispatcher refers
-#. to as a sound 'icon'. This string to be translated refers to the full/verbose
-#. output presented in response to the use of an Orca command which makes it
-#. possible for users to quickly cycle amongst these alternatives without having
-#. to get into a GUI.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:97
-msgid "Capitalization style set to icon."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via
-#. text-to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital
-#. letters are presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to
-#. presenting a capital letter, or play a tone which Speech Dispatcher refers
-#. to as a sound 'icon'. This string to be translated refers to the full/verbose
-#. output presented in response to the use of an Orca command which makes it
-#. possible for users to quickly cycle amongst these alternatives without having
-#. to get into a GUI.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:117
-msgid "Capitalization style set to none."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via
-#. text-to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital
-#. letters are presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to
-#. presenting a capital letter, or play a tone which Speech Dispatcher refers
-#. to as a sound 'icon'. This string to be translated refers to the full/verbose
-#. output presented in response to the use of an Orca command which makes it
-#. possible for users to quickly cycle amongst these alternatives without having
-#. to get into a GUI.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:137
-msgid "Capitalization style set to spell."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Native application caret navigation does not always work as the
-#. Orca user wants. As such, Orca offers the user the ability to toggle between
-#. the application controlling the caret and Orca controlling it. This message
-#. is presented to indicate that the application's native caret navigation is
-#. active / not being overridden by Orca.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:144
-msgid "The application is controlling the caret."
-msgstr "Sovellus ohjaa kohdistinta."
-
-#. Translators: Gecko native caret navigation is where Firefox (or Thunderbird)
-#. itself controls how the arrow keys move the caret around HTML content. It's
-#. often broken, so Orca needs to provide its own support. As such, Orca offers
-#. the user the ability to toggle which application is controlling the caret.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:150
-msgid "The screen reader is controlling the caret."
-msgstr "Näytönlukija ohjaa kohdistinta."
-
-#. Translators: this is the name of a cell in a spreadsheet.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:153
-#, python-format
-msgid "Cell %s"
-msgstr "Solu %s"
-
-#. Translators: This is the description of command line option '-d, --disable'
-#. which allows the user to specify an option to disable as Orca is started.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:157
-msgid "Prevent use of option"
-msgstr "Estää valitsimen käytön"
-
-#. Translators: this is the description of command line option '-e, --enable'
-#. which allows the user to specify an option to enable as Orca is started.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:161
-msgid "Force use of option"
-msgstr "Pakota valitsimen käyttö"
-
-#. Translators: This string indicates to the user what should be provided when
-#. using the '-e, --enable' or '-d, --disable' command line options.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:165
-msgid "OPTION"
-msgstr "VALITSIN"
-
-#. Translators: This string appears when using 'Orca -h' at the command line.
-#. It serves as a sort of title and is followed by a detailed list of Orca's
-#. optional command-line arguments.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:170
-msgid "Optional arguments"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string appears when using 'Orca -h' at the command line.
-#. It is followed by a brief list of Orca's optional command-line arguments.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:174
-msgid "Usage: "
-msgstr "Käyttö: "
-
-#. Translators: This message is displayed when the user starts Orca from the
-#. command line and includes an invalid option or argument. After the message,
-#. the list of invalid items, as typed by the user, is displayed.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:179
-msgid "The following are not valid: "
-msgstr "Seuraavat valitsimet ovat virheellisiä: "
-
-#. Translators: This is the description of command line option '-l, --list-apps'
-#. which prints the names of running applications which can be seen by assistive
-#. technologies such as Orca and Accerciser.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:184
-msgid "Print the known running applications"
-msgstr "Tulostaa tunnetut suoritettavana olevat sovellukset"
-
-#. Translators: This is the description of command line option '-p, --profile'
-#. which allows you to specify a profile to be loaded. A profile stores a group
-#. of Orca settings configured by the user for a particular purpose, such as a
-#. 'Spanish' profile which would include Spanish braille and text-to-speech.
-#. An Orca settings file contains one or more profiles.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:191
-msgid "Load profile"
-msgstr "Lataa profiili"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user when the specified profile
-#. could not be loaded. A profile stores a group of Orca settings configured for
-#. a particular purpose, such as a Spanish profile which would include Spanish
-#. braille and Spanish text-to-speech. The string substituted in is the user-
-#. provided profile name.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:198
-#, python-format
-msgid "Profile could not be loaded: %s"
-msgstr "Profiilin lataus epäonnistui: %s"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user who attempts to launch Orca
-#. from some other environment than the graphical desktop.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:203
-msgid ""
-"Cannot start the screen reader because it cannot connect to the Desktop."
-msgstr ""
-"Näytönlukijan käynnistys epäonnistui, koska se ei voinut muodostaa yhteyttä "
-"työpöytään."
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user who attempts to launch Orca
-#. but the launch fails due to an error related to the settings manager.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:208
-msgid "Could not activate the settings manager. Exiting."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user when he/she tries to launch
-#. Orca, but Orca is already running.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:213
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid ""
-#| "Another screen reader process is already running for this session.\n"
-#| "Run \"orca --replace\" to replace that process with a new one."
-msgid ""
-"Another screen reader process is already running for this session.\n"
-"Run “orca --replace” to replace that process with a new one."
-msgstr ""
-"Toinen näytönlukijan prosessi on jo käynnissä tässä istunnossa.\n"
-"Suorita \"orca --replace\" korvataksesi kyseisen prosessin uudella "
-"prosessilla."
-
-#. Translators: This string indicates to the user what should be provided when
-#. using the '-p, --profile' command line option.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:219
-msgid "NAME"
-msgstr "NIMI"
-
-#. Translators: This is the description of command line option '-u, --user-prefs'
-#. that allows you to specify an alternate location from which to load the user
-#. preferences.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:224
-msgid "Use alternate directory for user preferences"
-msgstr "Käytä muuta kansiota käyttäjäasetuksille"
-
-#. Translators: This string indicates to the user what should be provided when
-#. using the '-u, --user-prefs' command line option.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:228
-msgid "DIR"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This is the description of command line option '-r, --replace'
-#. which tells Orca to replace any existing Orca process that might be running.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:232
-msgid "Replace a currently running instance of this screen reader"
-msgstr "Korvaa nyt suorituksessa oleva näytönlukija"
-
-#. Translators: this is the description of command line option '-h, --help'
-#. which lists all the available command line options.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:236
-msgid "Show this help message and exit"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This is the description of command line option '--debug' which
-#. causes debugging output for Orca to be sent to a file. The YYYY-MM-DD-HH:MM:SS
-#. portion of the string indicates the file name will be formed from the current
-#. date and time with 'debug' in front and '.out' at the end. The 'debug' and
-#. '.out' portions of this string should not be translated (i.e. it should always
-#. start with 'debug' and end with '.out', regardless of the locale.).
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:244
-msgid "Send debug output to debug-YYYY-MM-DD-HH:MM:SS.out"
-msgstr "Lähetä vianetsintä viestiä tiedostoon debug-YYYY-MM-DD-HH:MM:SS.out"
-
-#. Translators: This is the description of command line option '--debug-file'
-#. which allows the user to override the default date-based name of the debugging
-#. output file.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:249
-msgid "Send debug output to the specified file"
-msgstr "Lähetä vianetsintätekstit annettuun tiedostoon"
-
-#. Translators: This string indicates to the user what should be provided when
-#. using the '--debug-file' command line option.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:253
-msgid "FILE"
-msgstr "TIEDOSTO"
-
-#. Translators: This is the description of command line option '-t, --text-setup'
-#. that will initially display a list of questions in text form, that the user
-#. will need to answer, before Orca will startup. For this to happen properly,
-#. Orca will need to be run from a terminal window.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:259
-msgid "Set up user preferences (text version)"
-msgstr "Määrittele käyttäjän asetukset (tekstiversio)"
-
-#. Translators: This is the description of command line option '-s, --setup'
-#. that will place the user in Orca's GUI preferences dialog.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:263
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Set up user preferences (text version)"
-msgid "Set up user preferences (GUI version)"
-msgstr "Määrittele käyttäjän asetukset (tekstiversio)"
-
-#. Translators: This text is the description displayed when Orca is launched
-#. from the command line and the help text is displayed.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:267
-msgid "Report bugs to orca-list gnome org."
-msgstr "Ilmoita vioista sähköpostitse osoitteeseen orca-list gnome org."
-
-#. Translators: Orca normal speaks the text which was just deleted from a
-#. document via command. Depending on the circumstances, that might be a
-#. large string. Therefore, if the text which has just been deleted from a
-#. document matches the clipboard contents, Orca will indicate that fact
-#. instead of presenting the full string which was just deleted. This message
-#. is the full/verbose indication.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:275
-msgid "Cut selection to clipboard."
-msgstr "Leikkaa valinta leikepöydälle."
-
-#. Translators: Orca normal speaks the text which was just deleted from a
-#. document via command. Depending on the circumstances, that might be a
-#. large string. Therefore, if the text which has just been deleted from a
-#. document matches the clipboard contents, Orca will indicate that fact
-#. instead of presenting the full string which was just deleted. This message
-#. is the brief indication.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:283
-msgctxt "clipboard"
-msgid "cut"
-msgstr "leikkaa"
-
-#. Translators: This message is the detailed message presented when the contents
-#. of the clipboard have changed and match the current selection.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:287
-msgid "Copied selection to clipboard."
-msgstr "Kopioitu valinta leikepöydälle."
-
-#. Translators: This message is the brief message presented when the contents
-#. of the clipboard have changed and match the current selection.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:291
-msgctxt "clipboard"
-msgid "copied"
-msgstr "kopioitu"
-
-#. Translators: Orca normal speaks the text which was just inserted into a
-#. document via command. Depending on the circumstances, that might be a
-#. large string. Therefore, if the text which has just been inserted into a
-#. document matches the clipboard contents, Orca will indicate that fact
-#. instead of presenting the full string which was just inserted. This message
-#. is the full/verbose indication.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:299
-msgid "Pasted contents from clipboard."
-msgstr "Liitetty sisältö leikepöydältä."
-
-#. Translators: Orca normal speaks the text which was just inserted into a
-#. document via command. Depending on the circumstances, that might be a
-#. large string. Therefore, if the text which has just been inserted into a
-#. document matches the clipboard contents, Orca will indicate that fact
-#. instead of presenting the full string which was just inserted. This message
-#. is the brief indication.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:307
-msgctxt "clipboard"
-msgid "pasted"
-msgstr "liitetty"
-
-#. Translators: In chat applications, it is often possible to see that a "buddy"
-#. is typing currently (e.g. via a keyboard icon or status text). Some users like
-#. to have this typing status announced by Orca; others find that announcement
-#. unpleasant. Therefore, it is a setting in Orca. This string to be translated
-#. is presented when the value of the setting is toggled.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:314
-msgid "Do not announce when your buddies are typing."
-msgstr "Älä kerro kun tuttavat kirjoittavat."
-
-#. Translators: In chat applications, it is often possible to see that a "buddy"
-#. is typing currently (e.g. via a keyboard icon or status text). Some users like
-#. to have this typing status announced by Orca; others find that announcement
-#. unpleasant. Therefore, it is a setting in Orca. This string to be translated
-#. is presented when the value of the setting is toggled.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:321
-msgid "announce when your buddies are typing."
-msgstr "kerro kun tuttavat kirjoittavat."
-
-#. Translators: In chat applications, Orca automatically presents incoming
-#. messages in speech and braille. If a user is in multiple conversations or
-#. channels at the same time, it can be confusing to know what room or channel
-#. a given message came from just from hearing/reading it. This string to be
-#. translated is presented to the user to clarify where an incoming message
-#. came from. The name of the chat room is the string substitution.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:329
-#, python-format
-msgid "Message from chat room %s"
-msgstr "Viesti keskusteluhuoneesta %s"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to inform the user that a new chat
-#. conversation has been added to the existing conversations. The "tab" here
-#. refers to the tab which contains the label for a GtkNotebook page. The
-#. label on the tab is the string substitution.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:335
-#, python-format
-msgid "New chat tab %s"
-msgstr "Uusi keskusteluvälilehti %s"
-
-#. Translators: In chat applications, Orca automatically presents incoming
-#. messages in speech and braille. If a user is in multiple conversations or
-#. channels at the same time, it can be confusing to know what room or channel
-#. a given message came from just from hearing/reading it. For this reason, Orca
-#. has an option to present the name of the room first ("#a11y <joanie> hello!"
-#. instead of "<joanie> hello!"). This string to be translated is presented when
-#. the value of the setting is toggled.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:344
-msgid "Do not speak chat room name."
-msgstr "Älä lausu keskusteluhuoneen nimiä."
-
-#. Translators: In chat applications, Orca automatically presents incoming
-#. messages in speech and braille. If a user is in multiple conversations or
-#. channels at the same time, it can be confusing to know what room or channel
-#. a given message came from just from hearing/reading it. For this reason, Orca
-#. has an option to present the name of the room first ("#a11y <joanie> hello!"
-#. instead of "<joanie> hello!"). This string to be translated is presented when
-#. the value of the setting is toggled.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:353
-msgid "speak chat room name."
-msgstr "lausu keskusteluhuoneen nimi."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command to review previous chat room messages in
-#. speech and braille. Some users prefer to have this message history combined
-#. (e.g. the last ten messages which came in, no matter what room they came
-#. from). Other users prefer to have specific room history (e.g. the last ten
-#. messages from #a11y). Therefore, this is a setting in Orca. This string to be
-#. translated is presented when the value of the setting is toggled.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:362
-msgid "Do not provide chat room specific message histories."
-msgstr "Älä tarjoa keskusteluhuonekohtaisia viestihistorioita."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command to review previous chat room messages in
-#. speech and braille. Some users prefer to have this message history combined
-#. (e.g. the last ten messages which came in, no matter what room they came
-#. from). Other users prefer to have specific room history (e.g. the last ten
-#. messages from #a11y). Therefore, this is a setting in Orca. This string to be
-#. translated is presented when the value of the setting is toggled.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:370
-msgid "Provide chat room specific message histories."
-msgstr "Tarjoa keskusteluhuonekohtaiset viestihistoriat."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving to the start
-#. or end of a container. Examples of containers include tables, lists, and
-#. blockquotes. When moving to the end of a container, Orca attempts to place
-#. the caret at the content which follows that container. If this is cannot be
-#. done (e.g. because the container is the last element on the page), Orca will
-#. instead present this message as an indication that the container was not
-#. exited as expected.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:396
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "End of table"
-msgid "End of container."
-msgstr "taulukon loppu"
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving to the start
-#. or end of a container. Examples of containers include tables, lists, and
-#. blockquotes. If the user attempts to use this command in an object which is
-#. not a container, this message will be presented.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:402
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Not in a table."
-msgid "Not in a container."
-msgstr "Ei taulukossa."
-
-#. Translators: The "default" button in a dialog box is the button that gets
-#. activated when Enter is pressed anywhere within that dialog box.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:406
-#, python-format
-msgid "Default button is %s"
-msgstr "Oletuspainike on %s"
-
-#. Translators: This string is part of the presentation of an item that includes
-#. one or several consecutive subscripted characters. For example, 'X' followed
-#. by 'subscript 2' followed by 'subscript 3' should be presented to the user as
-#. 'X subscript 23'.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:412
-#, python-format
-msgid " subscript %s"
-msgstr " alaindeksi %s"
-
-#. Translators: This string is part of the presentation of an item that includes
-#. one or several consecutive superscripted characters. For example, 'X' followed
-#. by 'superscript 2' followed by 'superscript 3' should be presented to the user
-#. as 'X superscript 23'.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:418
-#, python-format
-msgid " superscript %s"
-msgstr " yläindeksi %s"
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user selects the entire
-#. document by pressing Ctrl+A.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:424
-msgid "entire document selected"
-msgstr "koko asiakirja valittu"
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user selects from the
-#. current location to the end of the document by pressing Ctrl+Shift+End.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:430
-msgid "document selected from cursor position"
-msgstr "asiakirja avattu kohdistimen sijainnista alkaen"
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user unselects previously
-#. selected text by pressing Ctrl+Shift+End.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:436
-msgid "document unselected from cursor position"
-msgstr "asiakirjan valinta peruttu kohdistimen sijainnista alkaen"
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user selects from the
-#. current location to the start of the document by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Home.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:442
-msgid "document selected to cursor position"
-msgstr "asiakirja valittu kohdistimen sijaintiin saakka"
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user unselects previously
-#. selected text by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Home.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:448
-msgid "document unselected to cursor position"
-msgstr "asiakirjan valinta peruttu kohdistimen sijaintiin saakka"
-
-#. Translators: Orca allows you to dynamically define which row of a spreadsheet
-#. or table should be treated as containing column headers. This message is
-#. presented when the user sets the row to a particular row number.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:453
-#, python-format
-msgid "Dynamic column header set for row %d"
-msgstr "Dynaaminen sarakkeen otsikko asetettu riville %d"
-
-#. Translators: Orca allows you to dynamically define which row of a spreadsheet
-#. or table should be treated as containing column headers. This message is
-#. presented when the user unsets the row so it is no longer treated as if it
-#. contained column headers.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:459
-msgid "Dynamic column header cleared."
-msgstr "Dynaaminen sarakkeen otsikko tyhjennetty."
-
-#. Translators: Orca allows you to dynamically define which column of a
-#. spreadsheet or table should be treated as containing column headers. This
-#. message is presented when the user sets the column to a particular column
-#. number.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:465
-#, python-format
-msgid "Dynamic row header set for column %s"
-msgstr "Dynaaminen rivin otsikko asetettu sarakkeelle %s"
-
-#. Translators: Orca allows you to dynamically define which column of a
-#. spreadsheet or table should be treated as containing column headers. This
-#. message is presented when the user unsets the column so it is no longer
-#. treated as if it contained row headers.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:471
-msgid "Dynamic row header cleared."
-msgstr "Dynaaminen rivin otsikko tyhjennetty."
-
-#. Translators: this is used to announce that the current input line in a
-#. spreadsheet is blank/empty.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:475
-msgid "empty"
-msgstr "tyhjä"
-
-#. Translators: This is the size of a file in kilobytes
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:478
-#, python-format
-msgid "%.2f kilobytes"
-msgstr "%.2f kilotavua"
-
-#. Translators: This is the size of a file in megabytes
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:481
-#, python-format
-msgid "%.2f megabytes"
-msgstr "%.2f megatavua"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user after performing a file
-#. search to indicate there were no matches.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:485
-msgid "No files found."
-msgstr "Tiedostoja ei löytynyt."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  This message is presented to
-#. let the user know that he/she successfully appended the contents under
-#. flat review onto the existing contents of the clipboard.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:493
-msgid "Appended contents to clipboard."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  This message is presented to
-#. let the user know that he/she successfully copied the contents under flat
-#. review to the clipboard.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:501
-msgid "Copied contents to clipboard."
-msgstr "Kopioitu sisältö leikepöydälle."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  This message is presented to
-#. let the user know that he/she attempted to use a flat review command when
-#. not using flat review.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:509
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Entering flat review."
-msgid "Not using flat review."
-msgstr "Otetaan käyttöön tasatun tarkastelun tila."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  This message is presented to
-#. let the user know he/she just entered flat review.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:516
-msgid "Entering flat review."
-msgstr "Otetaan käyttöön tasatun tarkastelun tila."
-
-#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
-#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
-#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
-#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  This message is presented to
-#. let the user know he/she just entered flat review.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:523
-msgid "Leaving flat review."
-msgstr "Poistutaan tasatun tarkastelun tilasta."
-
-#. Translators: this means a particular cell in a spreadsheet has a formula
-#. (e.g., "=sum(a1:d1)")
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:527
-msgid "has formula"
-msgstr "sisältää kaavan"
-
-#. Translators: The following string is spoken to let the user know that he/she
-#. is on a link within an image map. An image map is an image/graphic which has
-#. been divided into regions. Each region can be clicked on and has an associated
-#. link. Please see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imagemap for more information
-#. and examples.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:534
-msgid "image map link"
-msgstr "kuvakarttalinkki"
-
-#. Translators: This is a spoken and/or brailled message letting the user know
-#. that the key combination (e.g., Ctrl+Alt+f) they just entered has already been
-#. bound to another command and is thus unavailable. The string substituted in is
-#. the name of the command which already has the binding.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:540
-#, python-format
-msgid "The key entered is already bound to %s"
-msgstr "Annettu näppäin on jo sidottu komentoon %s"
-
-#. Translators: This is a spoken and/or brailled message letting the user know
-#. that Orca has recorded a new key combination (e.g. Alt+Ctrl+g) as a result of
-#. their input. The string substituted in is the new key combination.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:545
-#, python-format
-msgid "Key captured: %s. Press enter to confirm."
-msgstr "Näppäin kaapattu: %s. Vahvista painamalla Enteriä."
-
-#. Translators: This is a spoken and/or brailled message letting the user know
-#. that Orca has assigned a new key combination (e.g. Alt+Ctrl+g) as a result of
-#. their input. The string substituted in is the new key combination.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:550
-#, python-format
-msgid "The new key is: %s"
-msgstr "Uusi näppäin on: %s"
-
-#. Translators: This is a spoken and/or brailled message letting the user know
-#. Orca is about to delete an existing key combination (e.g. Alt+Ctrl+g) as a
-#. result of their input.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:555
-msgid "Key binding deleted. Press enter to confirm."
-msgstr "Näppäinsidos poistettu. Vahvista painamalla Enteriä."
-
-#. Translators: This is a spoken and/or brailled message letting the user know
-#. Orca has deleted an existing key combination (e.g. Alt+Ctrl+g) as a result of
-#. their input.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:560
-msgid "The keybinding has been removed."
-msgstr "Näppäinsidos on poistettu."
-
-#. Translators: This is a spoken and/or brailled message asking the user to press
-#. a new key combination (e.g., Alt+Ctrl+g) to create a new key binding for an
-#. Orca command.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:565
-msgid "enter new key"
-msgstr "syötä uusi näppäin"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has an "echo" setting which allows the user to configure
-#. what is spoken in response to a key press. Given a user who typed "Hello
-#. world.":
-#. - key echo: "H e l l o space w o r l d period"
-#. - word echo: "Hello" spoken when the space is pressed;
-#. "world" spoken when the period is pressed.
-#. - sentence echo: "Hello world" spoken when the period
-#. is pressed.
-#. A user can choose to have no echo, one type of echo, or multiple types of
-#. echo and can cycle through the various levels quickly via a command. The
-#. following string is a brief message which will be presented to the user who
-#. is cycling amongst the various echo options.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:579
-msgctxt "key echo"
-msgid "key"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has an "echo" setting which allows the user to configure
-#. what is spoken in response to a key press. Given a user who typed "Hello
-#. world.":
-#. - key echo: "H e l l o space w o r l d period"
-#. - word echo: "Hello" spoken when the space is pressed;
-#. "world" spoken when the period is pressed.
-#. - sentence echo: "Hello world" spoken when the period
-#. is pressed.
-#. A user can choose to have no echo, one type of echo, or multiple types of
-#. echo and can cycle through the various levels quickly via a command.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:591
-msgid "Key echo set to key."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has an "echo" setting which allows the user to configure
-#. what is spoken in response to a key press. Given a user who typed "Hello
-#. world.":
-#. - key echo: "H e l l o space w o r l d period"
-#. - word echo: "Hello" spoken when the space is pressed;
-#. "world" spoken when the period is pressed.
-#. - sentence echo: "Hello world" spoken when the period
-#. is pressed.
-#. A user can choose to have no echo, one type of echo, or multiple types of
-#. echo and can cycle through the various levels quickly via a command. The
-#. following string is a brief message which will be presented to the user who
-#. is cycling amongst the various echo options.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:605
-msgctxt "key echo"
-msgid "None"
-msgstr "Ei mitään"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has an "echo" setting which allows the user to configure
-#. what is spoken in response to a key press. Given a user who typed "Hello
-#. world.":
-#. - key echo: "H e l l o space w o r l d period"
-#. - word echo: "Hello" spoken when the space is pressed;
-#. "world" spoken when the period is pressed.
-#. - sentence echo: "Hello world" spoken when the period
-#. is pressed.
-#. A user can choose to have no echo, one type of echo, or multiple types of
-#. echo and can cycle through the various levels quickly via a command.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:617
-msgid "Key echo set to None."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has an "echo" setting which allows the user to configure
-#. what is spoken in response to a key press. Given a user who typed "Hello
-#. world.":
-#. - key echo: "H e l l o space w o r l d period"
-#. - word echo: "Hello" spoken when the space is pressed;
-#. "world" spoken when the period is pressed.
-#. - sentence echo: "Hello world" spoken when the period
-#. is pressed.
-#. A user can choose to have no echo, one type of echo, or multiple types of
-#. echo and can cycle through the various levels quickly via a command. The
-#. following string is a brief message which will be presented to the user who
-#. is cycling amongst the various echo options.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:631
-msgctxt "key echo"
-msgid "key and word"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has an "echo" setting which allows the user to configure
-#. what is spoken in response to a key press. Given a user who typed "Hello
-#. world.":
-#. - key echo: "H e l l o space w o r l d period"
-#. - word echo: "Hello" spoken when the space is pressed;
-#. "world" spoken when the period is pressed.
-#. - sentence echo: "Hello world" spoken when the period
-#. is pressed.
-#. A user can choose to have no echo, one type of echo, or multiple types of
-#. echo and can cycle through the various levels quickly via a command.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:643
-msgid "Key echo set to key and word."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has an "echo" setting which allows the user to configure
-#. what is spoken in response to a key press. Given a user who typed "Hello
-#. world.":
-#. - key echo: "H e l l o space w o r l d period"
-#. - word echo: "Hello" spoken when the space is pressed;
-#. "world" spoken when the period is pressed.
-#. - sentence echo: "Hello world" spoken when the period
-#. is pressed.
-#. A user can choose to have no echo, one type of echo, or multiple types of
-#. echo and can cycle through the various levels quickly via a command. The
-#. following string is a brief message which will be presented to the user who
-#. is cycling amongst the various echo options.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:657
-msgctxt "key echo"
-msgid "sentence"
-msgstr "lause"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has an "echo" setting which allows the user to configure
-#. what is spoken in response to a key press. Given a user who typed "Hello
-#. world.":
-#. - key echo: "H e l l o space w o r l d period"
-#. - word echo: "Hello" spoken when the space is pressed;
-#. "world" spoken when the period is pressed.
-#. - sentence echo: "Hello world" spoken when the period
-#. is pressed.
-#. A user can choose to have no echo, one type of echo, or multiple types of
-#. echo and can cycle through the various levels quickly via a command.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:669
-msgid "Key echo set to sentence."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has an "echo" setting which allows the user to configure
-#. what is spoken in response to a key press. Given a user who typed "Hello
-#. world.":
-#. - key echo: "H e l l o space w o r l d period"
-#. - word echo: "Hello" spoken when the space is pressed;
-#. "world" spoken when the period is pressed.
-#. - sentence echo: "Hello world" spoken when the period
-#. is pressed.
-#. A user can choose to have no echo, one type of echo, or multiple types of
-#. echo and can cycle through the various levels quickly via a command. The
-#. following string is a brief message which will be presented to the user who
-#. is cycling amongst the various echo options.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:683
-msgctxt "key echo"
-msgid "word"
-msgstr "sana"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has an "echo" setting which allows the user to configure
-#. what is spoken in response to a key press. Given a user who typed "Hello
-#. world.":
-#. - key echo: "H e l l o space w o r l d period"
-#. - word echo: "Hello" spoken when the space is pressed;
-#. "world" spoken when the period is pressed.
-#. - sentence echo: "Hello world" spoken when the period
-#. is pressed.
-#. A user can choose to have no echo, one type of echo, or multiple types of
-#. echo and can cycle through the various levels quickly via a command.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:695
-msgid "Key echo set to word."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has an "echo" setting which allows the user to configure
-#. what is spoken in response to a key press. Given a user who typed "Hello
-#. world.":
-#. - key echo: "H e l l o space w o r l d period"
-#. - word echo: "Hello" spoken when the space is pressed;
-#. "world" spoken when the period is pressed.
-#. - sentence echo: "Hello world" spoken when the period
-#. is pressed.
-#. A user can choose to have no echo, one type of echo, or multiple types of
-#. echo and can cycle through the various levels quickly via a command. The
-#. following string is a brief message which will be presented to the user who
-#. is cycling amongst the various echo options.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:709
-msgctxt "key echo"
-msgid "word and sentence"
-msgstr "sana ja lause"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has an "echo" setting which allows the user to configure
-#. what is spoken in response to a key press. Given a user who typed "Hello
-#. world.":
-#. - key echo: "H e l l o space w o r l d period"
-#. - word echo: "Hello" spoken when the space is pressed;
-#. "world" spoken when the period is pressed.
-#. - sentence echo: "Hello world" spoken when the period
-#. is pressed.
-#. A user can choose to have no echo, one type of echo, or multiple types of
-#. echo and can cycle through the various levels quickly via a command.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:721
-msgid "Key echo set to word and sentence."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user of all of the MathML
-#. enclosure notations associated with a given mathematical expression. For
-#. instance, the expression x+y could be enclosed by a box, or enclosed by a
-#. circle. It could also be enclosed by a box and a circle and long division
-#. sign and have a line on the left and on the right and a vertical strike.
-#. (Though let's hope not.) Given that we do not know the enclosures, their
-#. order, or their combination, we'll present them as a list. The string
-#. substitution is for that list of enclosure types. For more information
-#. about the MathML 'menclose' element and its notation types, see:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:733
-#, python-format
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "Enclosed by: %s"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to describe one MathML enclosure notation
-#. associated with a mathematical expression. Because an expression, such as
-#. x+y, can have one or many enclosure notations (box, circle, long division,
-#. line on the left, vertical strike), we present them as a list of notations.
-#. For more information about the MathML 'menclose' element and its notation
-#. types, see: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:741
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "an actuarial symbol"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to describe one MathML enclosure notation
-#. associated with a mathematical expression. Because an expression, such as
-#. x+y, can have one or many enclosure notations (box, circle, long division,
-#. line on the left, vertical strike), we present them as a list of notations.
-#. For more information about the MathML 'menclose' element and its notation
-#. types, see: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:749
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "a box"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to describe one MathML enclosure notation
-#. associated with a mathematical expression. Because an expression, such as
-#. x+y, can have one or many enclosure notations (box, circle, long division,
-#. line on the left, vertical strike), we present them as a list of notations.
-#. For more information about the MathML 'menclose' element and its notation
-#. types, see: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:757
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "black circle"
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "a circle"
-msgstr "musta ympyrä"
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to describe one MathML enclosure notation
-#. associated with a mathematical expression. Because an expression, such as
-#. x+y, can have one or many enclosure notations (box, circle, long division,
-#. line on the left, vertical strike), we present them as a list of notations.
-#. For more information about the MathML 'menclose' element and its notation
-#. types, see: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:765
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "structural navigation"
-#| msgid "Description"
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "a long division sign"
-msgstr "Kuvaus"
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to describe one MathML enclosure notation
-#. associated with a mathematical expression. Because an expression, such as
-#. x+y, can have one or many enclosure notations (box, circle, long division,
-#. line on the left, vertical strike), we present them as a list of notations.
-#. For more information about the MathML 'menclose' element and its notation
-#. types, see: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:773
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "a radical"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to describe one MathML enclosure notation
-#. associated with a mathematical expression. Because an expression, such as
-#. x+y, can have one or many enclosure notations (box, circle, long division,
-#. line on the left, vertical strike), we present them as a list of notations.
-#. For more information about the MathML 'menclose' element and its notation
-#. types, see: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:781
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "a rounded box"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to describe one MathML enclosure notation
-#. associated with a mathematical expression. Because an expression, such as
-#. x+y, can have one or many enclosure notations (box, circle, long division,
-#. line on the left, vertical strike), we present them as a list of notations.
-#. For more information about the MathML 'menclose' element and its notation
-#. types, see: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:789
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "horizontal"
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "a horizontal strike"
-msgstr "vaaka"
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to describe one MathML enclosure notation
-#. associated with a mathematical expression. Because an expression, such as
-#. x+y, can have one or many enclosure notations (box, circle, long division,
-#. line on the left, vertical strike), we present them as a list of notations.
-#. For more information about the MathML 'menclose' element and its notation
-#. types, see: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:797
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "vertical bar"
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "a vertical strike"
-msgstr "pystyviiva"
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to describe one MathML enclosure notation
-#. associated with a mathematical expression. Because an expression, such as
-#. x+y, can have one or many enclosure notations (box, circle, long division,
-#. line on the left, vertical strike), we present them as a list of notations.
-#. For more information about the MathML 'menclose' element and its notation
-#. types, see: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:805
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "a down diagonal strike"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to describe one MathML enclosure notation
-#. associated with a mathematical expression. Because an expression, such as
-#. x+y, can have one or many enclosure notations (box, circle, long division,
-#. line on the left, vertical strike), we present them as a list of notations.
-#. For more information about the MathML 'menclose' element and its notation
-#. types, see: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:813
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "an up diagonal strike"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to describe one MathML enclosure notation
-#. associated with a mathematical expression. Because an expression, such as
-#. x+y, can have one or many enclosure notations (box, circle, long division,
-#. line on the left, vertical strike), we present them as a list of notations.
-#. For more information about the MathML 'menclose' element and its notation
-#. types, see: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:821
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "right arrow"
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "a northeast arrow"
-msgstr "oikea nuoli"
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to describe one MathML enclosure notation
-#. associated with a mathematical expression. Because an expression, such as
-#. x+y, can have one or many enclosure notations (box, circle, long division,
-#. line on the left, vertical strike), we present them as a list of notations.
-#. For more information about the MathML 'menclose' element and its notation
-#. types, see: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:829
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Wrapping to bottom."
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "a line at the bottom"
-msgstr "Siirrytään alas."
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to describe one MathML enclosure notation
-#. associated with a mathematical expression. Because an expression, such as
-#. x+y, can have one or many enclosure notations (box, circle, long division,
-#. line on the left, vertical strike), we present them as a list of notations.
-#. For more information about the MathML 'menclose' element and its notation
-#. types, see: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:837
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "a line on the left"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to describe one MathML enclosure notation
-#. associated with a mathematical expression. Because an expression, such as
-#. x+y, can have one or many enclosure notations (box, circle, long division,
-#. line on the left, vertical strike), we present them as a list of notations.
-#. For more information about the MathML 'menclose' element and its notation
-#. types, see: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:845
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "line height"
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "a line on the right"
-msgstr "rivin korkeus"
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to describe one MathML enclosure notation
-#. associated with a mathematical expression. Because an expression, such as
-#. x+y, can have one or many enclosure notations (box, circle, long division,
-#. line on the left, vertical strike), we present them as a list of notations.
-#. For more information about the MathML 'menclose' element and its notation
-#. types, see: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:853
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "a line at the top"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to describe one MathML enclosure notation
-#. associated with a mathematical expression. Because an expression, such as
-#. x+y, can have one or many enclosure notations (box, circle, long division,
-#. line on the left, vertical strike), we present them as a list of notations.
-#. For more information about the MathML 'menclose' element and its notation
-#. types, see: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:861
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "a phasor angle"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to describe one MathML enclosure notation
-#. associated with a mathematical expression. Because an expression, such as
-#. x+y, can have one or many enclosure notations (box, circle, long division,
-#. line on the left, vertical strike), we present them as a list of notations.
-#. For more information about the MathML 'menclose' element and its notation
-#. types, see: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#. This particular string is for the "madruwb" notation type.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:870
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "an arabic factorial symbol"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user of all of the MathML
-#. enclosure notations associated with a given mathematical expression. For
-#. instance, the expression x+y could be enclosed by a box, or enclosed by a
-#. circle. It could also be enclosed by a box and a circle and long division
-#. sign and have a line on the left and on the right and a vertical strike.
-#. (Though let's hope not.) Given that we do not know the enclosures, their
-#. order, or their combination, we'll present them as a list. This string
-#. will be inserted before the final item in the list if there is more than
-#. one enclosure notation. For more information about the MathML 'menclose'
-#. element and its notation types, see:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.menclose
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:883
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "and"
-msgctxt "math enclosure"
-msgid "and"
-msgstr "ja"
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user that what is about to
-#. be said is part of a mathematical fraction. For instance, given x+1/y+2, Orca
-#. would say "fraction start, x+1 over y+2, fraction end."
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:888
-msgid "fraction start"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user that what is about to
-#. be said is part of a mathematical fraction whose bar is not displayed. See
-#. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combination for an example. Note that the
-#. comma is inserted here to cause a very brief pause in the speech. Otherwise,
-#. in English, the resulting speech sounds like we have a fraction which lacks
-#. the start of the bar. If this is a non-issue for your language, the comma and
-#. the pause which results is not needed. You should be able to test this with
-#. "spd-say <your text here>" in a terminal on a machine where speech-dispatcher
-#. is installed.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:899
-msgid "fraction without bar, start"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This word refers to the line separating the numerator from the
-#. denominator in a mathematical fraction. For instance, given x+1/y+2, Orca
-#. would would say "fraction start, x+1 over y+2, fraction end."
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:904
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "overline"
-msgctxt "math fraction"
-msgid "over"
-msgstr "yliviivaus"
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user that the last spoken
-#. phrase is the end of a mathematical fraction. For instance, given x+1/y+2,
-#. Orca would would say "fraction start, x+1 over y+2, fraction end."
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:909
-msgid "fraction end"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user that what is about to
-#. be spoken is a square root. For instance, for √9 Orca would say "square root
-#. of 9, root end" (assuming the user settings indicate that root endings should
-#. be spoken). Note that the radicand, which follows the "of", is unknown and
-#. might not even be a simple string; it might be the square root of another
-#. expression such as a fraction.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:917
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "square root"
-msgid "square root of"
-msgstr "neliökuuri"
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user that what is about to
-#. be spoken is a cube root. For instance, for the cube root of 9 Orca would
-#. say "cube root of 9, root end" (assuming the user settings indicate that root
-#. endings should  be spoken). Note that the radicand, which follows the "of",
-#. is unknown and might not even be a simple string; it might be the cube root
-#. of another expression such as a fraction.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:925
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "cube root"
-msgid "cube root of"
-msgstr "kuutiojuuri"
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user that what is about to
-#. be spoken is an nth root. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nth_root. For instance,
-#. for the fourth root of 9, Orca would say "fourth root of 9, root end" (assuming
-#. the user settings indicate that root endings should be spoken). Note that the
-#. index, which precedes this string, is unknown and might not even be a simple
-#. expression like "fourth"; the index might instead be a fraction.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:933
-msgid "root of"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user that what is about to
-#. be said is part of a mathematical root (square root, cube root, nth root).
-#. It is primarily intended to be spoken when the index of the root is not a
-#. simple expression. For instance, for the fourth root of 9, simply speaking
-#. "fourth root of 9" may be sufficient for the user. But if the index is not
-#. 4, but instead the fraction x/4, beginning the phrase with "root start" can
-#. help the user better understand that x/4 is the index of the root.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:942
-msgid "root start"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user that the last spoken
-#. phrase is the end of a mathematical root (square root, cube root, nth root).
-#. For instance, for the cube root of 9, Orca would say "cube root of 9, root
-#. end" (assuming the user settings indicate that root endings should be spoken).
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:948
-msgid "root end"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user that what is about to
-#. be spoken is subscripted text in a mathematical expression. Note that the
-#. subscript might be simple text or may itself be a mathematical expression,
-#. and in this instance we have no additional context through which a more user-
-#. friendly word or phrase can reliably be chosen.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:955
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "subscript 0"
-msgctxt "math script generic"
-msgid "subscript"
-msgstr "alaindeksi 0"
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user that what is about to
-#. be spoken is superscripted text in a mathematical expression. Note that the
-#. superscript might be simple text or may itself be a mathematical expression,
-#. and in this instance we have no additional context through which a more user-
-#. friendly word or phrase can reliably be chosen.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:962
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "superscript a"
-msgctxt "math script generic"
-msgid "superscript"
-msgstr "yläindeksi a"
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user that what is about to
-#. be spoken is subscripted text which precedes the base in a mathematical
-#. expression. See, for instance, the MathML mmultiscripts element:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.mmultiscripts
-#. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/MathML/Element/mmultiscripts
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:969
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "subscript 0"
-msgctxt "math script"
-msgid "pre-subscript"
-msgstr "alaindeksi 0"
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user that what is about to
-#. be spoken is superscripted text which precedes the base in a mathematical
-#. expression. See, for instance, the MathML mmultiscripts element:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.mmultiscripts
-#. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/MathML/Element/mmultiscripts
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:976
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "superscript a"
-msgctxt "math script"
-msgid "pre-superscript"
-msgstr "yläindeksi a"
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user that what is about to
-#. be spoken is underscripted text in a mathematical expression. Note that the
-#. underscript might be simple text or may itself be a mathematical expression,
-#. and in this instance we have no additional context through which a more user-
-#. friendly word or phrase can reliably be chosen. Examples of underscripts:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML/chapter3.html#presm.munder
-#. https://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/Underscript.html
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:985
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "superscript a"
-msgctxt "math script generic"
-msgid "underscript"
-msgstr "yläindeksi a"
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user that what is about to
-#. be spoken is overscripted text in a mathematical expression. Note that the
-#. overscript might be simple text or may itself be a mathematical expression,
-#. and in this instance we have no additional context through which a more user-
-#. friendly word or phrase can reliably be chosen. Examples of overscripts:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML/chapter3.html#presm.mover
-#. https://reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/Overscript.html
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:994
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "superscript a"
-msgctxt "math script generic"
-msgid "overscript"
-msgstr "yläindeksi a"
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user that the last spoken
-#. phrase is the end of a mathematical table.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:998
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "indentation and justification"
-#| msgid "Enabled"
-msgctxt "math table"
-msgid "table end"
-msgstr "Käytössä"
-
-#. Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user that the last spoken
-#. phrase is the end of a mathematical table which is nested inside another
-#. mathematical table.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1003
-msgctxt "math table"
-msgid "nested table end"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Inaccessible means that the application cannot be read by Orca.
-#. This usually means the application is not friendly to the assistive technology
-#. infrastructure.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1008
-msgid "inaccessible"
-msgstr "ei saatavilla"
-
-#. Translators: This brief message indicates that indentation and
-#. justification will be spoken.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1013
-msgctxt "indentation and justification"
-msgid "Disabled"
-msgstr "Pois käytöstä"
-
-#. Translators: This detailed message indicates that indentation and
-#. justification will not be spoken.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1018
-msgid "Speaking of indentation and justification disabled."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This brief message indicates that indentation and
-#. justification will be spoken.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1023
-msgctxt "indentation and justification"
-msgid "Enabled"
-msgstr "Käytössä"
-
-#. Translators: This detailed message indicates that indentation and
-#. justification will be spoken.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1028
-msgid "Speaking of indentation and justification enabled."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a "Learn Mode" that will allow the user to type any key
-#. on the keyboard and hear what the effects of that key would be.  The effects
-#. might be what Orca would do if it had a handler for the particular key
-#. combination, or they might just be to echo the name of the key if Orca doesn't
-#. have a handler. This message is what is presented on the braille display when
-#. entering Learn Mode.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1036
-msgid "Learn mode.  Press escape to exit."
-msgstr "Oppimistila. Sulje painamalla Escape-näppäintä."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a "Learn Mode" that will allow the user to type any key
-#. on the keyboard and hear what the effects of that key would be.  The effects
-#. might be what Orca would do if it had a handler for the particular key
-#. combination, or they might just be to echo the name of the key if Orca doesn't
-#. have a handler. This message is what is spoken to the user when entering Learn
-#. Mode.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1045
-msgid ""
-"Entering learn mode.  Press any key to hear its function.  To view the "
-"screen reader’s documentation, press F1. To get a list of the screen "
-"reader’s default shortcuts, press F2. To get a list of the screen reader’s "
-"shortcuts for the current application, press F3. To exit learn mode, press "
-"the escape key."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within a
-#. blockquote and then navigates out of it.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1054
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgid "leaving blockquote."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. an object and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase that follows
-#. "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided for the
-#. corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1060
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving feed."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. an object and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase that follows
-#. "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided for the
-#. corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1066
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving figure."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within a
-#. form and then navigates out of it.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1070
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgid "leaving form."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a type of landmark and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase that
-#. follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided for
-#. the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1076
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving banner."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a type of landmark and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase that
-#. follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided for
-#. the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1082
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving complementary content."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a type of landmark and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase that
-#. follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided for
-#. the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1088
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Table Navigation"
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving information."
-msgstr "Taulukossa navigointi"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a type of landmark and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase that
-#. follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided for
-#. the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1094
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving main content."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a type of landmark and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase that
-#. follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided for
-#. the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1100
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Page Navigation"
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving navigation."
-msgstr "Sivulla navigointi"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a type of landmark and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase that
-#. follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided for
-#. the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1106
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving region."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a type of landmark and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase that
-#. follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided for
-#. the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1112
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving search."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within a
-#. list and then navigates out of it.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1116
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgid "leaving list."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within a
-#. panel and then navigates out of it. A panel is a generic container of
-#. objects, such as a group of related form fields.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1121
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgid "leaving panel."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within a
-#. table and then navigates out of it.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1125
-msgid "leaving table."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1131
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving abstract."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1137
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving acknowledgments."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1143
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving afterword."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1149
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving appendix."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1155
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving bibliography."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1161
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving chapter."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1167
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving colophon."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1173
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving conclusion."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1179
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving credit."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1185
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving credits."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1191
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Table Navigation"
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving dedication."
-msgstr "Taulukossa navigointi"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1197
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving endnotes."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1203
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving epigraph."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1209
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving epilogue."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1215
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving errata."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1221
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving example."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1227
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Leaving flat review."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving foreword."
-msgstr "Poistutaan tasatun tarkastelun tilasta."
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1233
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving glossary."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1239
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving index."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1245
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving introduction."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1251
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving page list."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1257
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving part."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1263
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving preface."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1269
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving prologue."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1275
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving pullquote."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1281
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving QNA."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within
-#. a document container and then navigates out of it. The word or phrase
-#. that follows "leaving" should be consistent with the translation provided
-#. for the corresponding term with context "role" found in object_properties.py
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1287
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "leaving table of contents."
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user selects from the
-#. current location to the end of the line by pressing Shift+Down.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1293
-msgid "line selected down from cursor position"
-msgstr "rivi valittu kohdistimen sijainnista alkaen"
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user selects from the
-#. current location to the start of the line by pressing Shift+Up.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1299
-msgid "line selected up from cursor position"
-msgstr "rivi valittu kohdistimen sijaintiin saakka"
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user unselects previously
-#. selected text from the current location to the end of the paragraph by
-#. pressing Shift+Down.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1306
-msgid "line unselected down from cursor position"
-msgstr "rivin valinta peruttu kohdistimen sijainnista alkaen"
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user unselects previously
-#. selected text from the current location to the start of the paragraph by
-#. pressing Shift+Up.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1313
-msgid "line unselected up from cursor position"
-msgstr "rivin valinta peruttu kohdistimen sijaintiin saakka"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a "Learn Mode" that will allow the user to type any key
-#. on the keyboard and hear what the effects of that key would be.  The effects
-#. might be what Orca would do if it had a handler for the particular key
-#. combination, or they might just be to echo the name of the key if Orca doesn't
-#. have a handler. This message is what is presented in speech and braille when
-#. exiting Learn Mode.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1321
-msgid "Exiting learn mode."
-msgstr "Suljetaan oppimistila."
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user selects from the
-#. current location to the start of the line by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Page_Up.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1327
-msgid "line selected from start to previous cursor position"
-msgstr "rivi valittu rivin alusta kohdistinta edeltävään sijaintiin saakka"
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user selects from the
-#. current location to the end of the line by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Page_Down.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1333
-msgid "line selected to end from previous cursor position"
-msgstr "rivi valittu rivin loppuun kohdistimen sijainnista alkaen"
-
-#. Translators: this indicates that this piece of text is a hypertext link.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1336
-msgid "link"
-msgstr "linkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is an indication that a given link points to an object
-#. that is on the same page.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1340
-msgid "same page"
-msgstr "sama sivu"
-
-#. Translators: this is an indication that a given link points to an object
-#. that is at the same site (but not on the same page as the link).
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1344
-msgid "same site"
-msgstr "sama sivusto"
-
-#. Translators: this is an indication that a given link points to an object
-#. that is at a different site than that of the link.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1348
-msgid "different site"
-msgstr "eri sivusto"
-
-#. Translators: this refers to a link to a file, where the first item is the
-#. protocol (ftp, ftps, or file) and the second item the name of the file being
-#. linked to.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1353
-#, python-format
-msgid "%(uri)s link to %(file)s"
-msgstr "%(uri)s linkki kohteeseen %(file)s"
-
-#. Translators: this message conveys the protocol of a link eg. http, mailto.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1356
-#, python-format
-msgid "%s link"
-msgstr "%s-linkki"
-
-#. Translators: this message conveys the protocol of a link eg. http, mailto.
-#. along with the visited state of that link.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1360
-#, fuzzy, python-format
-#| msgid "%d visited link"
-#| msgid_plural "%d visited links"
-msgid "visited %s link"
-msgstr "%d vierailtu linkki"
-
-#. Translators: The following string instructs the user how to navigate amongst
-#. the list of commands presented in learn mode, as well as how to exit the list
-#. when finished.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1366
-msgid "Use Up and Down Arrow to navigate the list. Press Escape to exit."
-msgstr ""
-"Paina ylös- ja alas-näppäimiä liikkuaksesi luettelossa. Paina Escape "
-"poistuaksesi."
-
-#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
-#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#. The "politeness" level is an indication of when the user wishes to be notified
-#. about a change to live region content. Examples include: never ("off"), when
-#. idle ("polite"), and when there is a change ("assertive"). Orca has several
-#. features to facilitate accessing live regions. This message is presented to
-#. inform the user that Orca's live region's "politeness" level has changed to
-#. "off" for all of the live regions.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1376
-msgid "All live regions set to off"
-msgstr "Kaikki aktiiviset alueet poistettu käytöstä"
-
-#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
-#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#. The "politeness" level is an indication of when the user wishes to be notified
-#. about a change to live region content. Examples include: never ("off"), when
-#. idle ("polite"), and when there is a change ("assertive"). Orca has several
-#. features to facilitate accessing live regions. This message is presented to
-#. inform the user that Orca's live region's "politeness" level for all live
-#. regions has been restored to their original values.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1386
-msgid "live regions politeness levels restored"
-msgstr "aktiivisten alueiden kohteliaisuustasot palautettu"
-
-#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
-#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#. The "politeness" level is an indication of when the user wishes to be notified
-#. about a change to live region content. Examples include: never ("off"), when
-#. idle ("polite"), and when there is a change ("assertive"). Orca has several
-#. features to facilitate accessing live regions. This message is presented to
-#. inform the user of the "politeness" level for the current live region.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1395
-#, python-format
-msgid "politeness level %s"
-msgstr "kohteliaisuustaso %s"
-
-#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
-#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#. The "politeness" level is an indication of when the user wishes to be notified
-#. about a change to live region content. Examples include: never ("off"), when
-#. idle ("polite"), and when there is a change ("assertive"). Orca has several
-#. features to facilitate accessing live regions. This message is presented to
-#. inform the user that Orca's live region's "politeness" level has changed for
-#. the current live region.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1405
-msgid "setting live region to assertive"
-msgstr "asetetaan aktiivinen alue vakuuttavaksi"
-
-#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
-#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#. The "politeness" level is an indication of when the user wishes to be notified
-#. about a change to live region content. Examples include: never ("off"), when
-#. idle ("polite"), and when there is a change ("assertive"). Orca has several
-#. features to facilitate accessing live regions. This message is presented to
-#. inform the user that Orca's live region's "politeness" level has changed for
-#. the current live region.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1415
-msgid "setting live region to off"
-msgstr "asetetaan aktiivinen alue pois päältä"
-
-#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
-#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#. The "politeness" level is an indication of when the user wishes to be notified
-#. about a change to live region content. Examples include: never ("off"), when
-#. idle ("polite"), and when there is a change ("assertive"). Orca has several
-#. features to facilitate accessing live regions. This message is presented to
-#. inform the user that Orca's live region's "politeness" level has changed for
-#. the current live region.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1425
-msgid "setting live region to polite"
-msgstr "asetetaan aktiivinen alue kohteliaaksi"
-
-#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
-#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#. The "politeness" level is an indication of when the user wishes to be notified
-#. about a change to live region content. Examples include: never ("off"), when
-#. idle ("polite"), and when there is a change ("assertive"). Orca has several
-#. features to facilitate accessing live regions. This message is presented to
-#. inform the user that Orca's live region's "politeness" level has changed for
-#. the current live region.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1435
-msgid "setting live region to rude"
-msgstr "asetetaan aktiivinen alue epäkohteliaaksi"
-
-#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
-#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#. Orca has several features to facilitate accessing live regions. This message
-#. is presented in response to a command that toggles whether or not Orca pays
-#. attention to changes in live regions. Note that turning off monitoring of live
-#. events is NOT the same as turning the politeness level to "off". The user can
-#. opt to have no notifications presented (politeness level of "off") and still
-#. manually review recent updates to live regions via Orca commands for doing so
-#. -- as long as the monitoring of live regions is enabled.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1446
-msgid "Live regions monitoring off"
-msgstr "Aktiivisten alueiden tarkkailu on pois päältä."
-
-#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
-#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#. Orca has several features to facilitate accessing live regions. This message
-#. is presented in response to a command that toggles whether or not Orca pays
-#. attention to changes in live regions. Note that turning off monitoring of live
-#. events is NOT the same as turning the politeness level to "off". The user can
-#. opt to have no notifications presented (politeness level of "off") and still
-#. manually review recent updates to live regions via Orca commands for doing so
-#. -- as long as the monitoring of live regions is enabled.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1457
-msgid "Live regions monitoring on"
-msgstr "Aktiivisten alueiden tarkkailu on päällä."
-
-#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
-#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#. Orca has several features to facilitate accessing live regions. This message
-#. is presented to inform the user that a cached message is not available for the
-#. the current live region.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1464
-msgid "no live message saved"
-msgstr "aktiivisia viestejä ei ole tallennettu"
-
-#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
-#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#. Orca has several features to facilitate accessing live regions. This message
-#. is presented to inform the user that Orca's live region features have been
-#. turned off.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1471
-msgid "Live region support is off"
-msgstr "Aktiiviset alueet eivät ole käytössä"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that allows the user to move the mouse pointer
-#. to the current object. This is a brief message which will be presented if for
-#. some reason Orca cannot identify/find the current location.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1476
-msgctxt "location"
-msgid "Not found"
-msgstr "Ei löytynyt"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that allows the user to move the mouse pointer
-#. to the current object. This is a detailed message which will be presented if
-#. for some reason Orca cannot identify/find the current location.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1481
-msgid "Could not find current location."
-msgstr "Nykyistä sijaintia ei voitu selvittää."
-
-#. Translators: This string is used to present the state of a locking key, such
-#. as Caps Lock. If Caps Lock is "off", then letters typed will appear in
-#. lowercase; if Caps Lock is "on", they will instead appear in uppercase. This
-#. string is also applied to Num Lock and potentially will be applied to similar
-#. keys in the future.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1488
-msgctxt "locking key state"
-msgid "off"
-msgstr "pois"
-
-#. Translators: This string is used to present the state of a locking key, such
-#. as Caps Lock. If Caps Lock is "off", then letters typed will appear in
-#. lowercase; if Caps Lock is "on", they will instead appear in uppercase. This
-#. string is also applied to Num Lock and potentially will be applied to similar
-#. keys in the future.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1495
-msgctxt "locking key state"
-msgid "on"
-msgstr "päällä"
-
-#. Translators: This is to inform the user of the presence of the red squiggly
-#. line which indicates that a given word is not spelled correctly.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1499
-msgid "misspelled"
-msgstr "väärinkirjoitettu"
-
-#. Translators: Orca tries to provide more compelling output of the spell check
-#. dialog in some applications. The first thing it does is let the user know
-#. what the misspelled word is.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1504
-#, python-format
-msgid "Misspelled word: %s"
-msgstr "Väärinkirjoitettu sana: %s"
-
-#. Translators: Orca tries to provide more compelling output of the spell check
-#. dialog in some applications. The second thing it does is give the phrase
-#. containing the misspelled word in the document. This is known as the context.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1509
-#, python-format
-msgid "Context is %s"
-msgstr "Konteksti on %s"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a number of commands that override the default
-#. behavior within an application. For instance, on a web page, "h" moves
-#. you to the next heading. What should happen when you press an "h" in
-#. an entry on a web page depends: If you want to resume reading content,
-#. "h" should move to the next heading; if you want to enter text, "h"
-#. should not not move you to the next heading. Similarly, if you are
-#. at the bottom of an entry and press Down arrow, should you leave the
-#. entry? Again, it depends on if you want to resume reading content or
-#. if you are editing the text in the entry. Because Orca doesn't know
-#. what you want to do, it has two modes: In browse mode, Orca treats
-#. key presses as commands to read the content; in focus mode, Orca treats
-#. key presses as something that should be handled by the focused widget.
-#. This string is the message presented when Orca switches to browse mode.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1524
-msgid "Browse mode"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a number of commands that override the default
-#. behavior within an application. For instance, on a web page, "h" moves
-#. you to the next heading. What should happen when you press an "h" in
-#. an entry on a web page depends: If you want to resume reading content,
-#. "h" should move to the next heading; if you want to enter text, "h"
-#. should not not move you to the next heading. Similarly, if you are
-#. at the bottom of an entry and press Down arrow, should you leave the
-#. entry? Again, it depends on if you want to resume reading content or
-#. if you are editing the text in the entry. Because Orca doesn't know
-#. what you want to do, it has two modes: In browse mode, Orca treats
-#. key presses as commands to read the content; in focus mode, Orca treats
-#. key presses as something that should be handled by the focused widget.
-#. This string is the message presented when Orca switches to focus mode.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1539
-msgid "Focus mode"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a number of commands that override the default
-#. behavior within an application. For instance, on a web page, "h" moves
-#. you to the next heading. What should happen when you press an "h" in
-#. an entry on a web page depends: If you want to resume reading content,
-#. "h" should move to the next heading; if you want to enter text, "h"
-#. should not not move you to the next heading. Similarly, if you are
-#. at the bottom of an entry and press Down arrow, should you leave the
-#. entry? Again, it depends on if you want to resume reading content or
-#. if you are editing the text in the entry. Because Orca doesn't know
-#. what you want to do, it has two modes: In browse mode, Orca treats
-#. key presses as commands to read the content; in focus mode, Orca treats
-#. key presses as something that should be handled by the focused widget.
-#. This string is a tutorial message presented to the user who has just
-#. navigated to a widget in browse mode to inform them of the keystroke
-#. they must press to enable focus mode for the purposes of interacting
-#. with the widget. The substituted string is a human-consumable keybinding
-#. such as "Alt+Shift+A."
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1558
-#, python-format
-msgid "To enable focus mode press %s."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: (Please see the previous, detailed translator notes about
-#. Focus mode and Browse mode.) In order to minimize the amount of work Orca
-#. users need to do to switch between focus mode and browse mode, Orca attempts
-#. to automatically switch to the mode which is appropriate to the current
-#. web element. Sometimes, however, this automatic mode switching is not what
-#. the user wants. A good example being web apps which have their own keyboard
-#. navigation and use interaction model. As a result, Orca has a command which
-#. enables setting a "sticky" focus mode which disables all automatic toggling.
-#. This string is the message presented when Orca switches to sticky focus mode.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1569
-msgid "Focus mode is sticky."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: (Please see the previous, detailed translator notes about
-#. Focus mode and Browse mode.) In order to minimize the amount of work Orca
-#. users need to do to switch between focus mode and browse mode, Orca attempts
-#. to automatically switch to the mode which is appropriate to the current
-#. web element. Sometimes, however, this automatic mode switching is not what
-#. the user wants. A good example being web apps which have their own keyboard
-#. navigation and use interaction model. As a result, Orca has a command which
-#. enables setting a "sticky" browse mode which disables all automatic toggling.
-#. This string is the message presented when Orca switches to sticky browse mode.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1580
-msgid "Browse mode is sticky."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Hovering the mouse over certain objects on a web page causes a
-#. new object to appear such as a pop-up menu. Orca has a command will move the
-#. user to the object which just appeared as a result of the user hovering the
-#. mouse. If this command fails, Orca will present this message.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1586
-msgid "Mouse over object not found."
-msgstr "Hiiren kohdalla olevaa kohdetta ei löydy."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a feature to speak the item under the pointer. This feature,
-#. known as mouse review, can be enabled and disabled via command. The following is
-#. the message which Orca will present when mouse review is toggled off via command.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1591
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Toggle mouse review mode."
-msgid "Mouse review disabled."
-msgstr "Käytetäänkö hiiritoimintoja."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a feature to speak the item under the pointer. This feature,
-#. known as mouse review, can be enabled and disabled via command. The following is
-#. the message which Orca will present when mouse review is toggled on via command.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1596
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Speech enabled."
-msgid "Mouse review enabled."
-msgstr "Puhe käytössä."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
-#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
-#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is a message that will be
-#. presented to the user when an error (such as the operation timing out) kept us
-#. from getting these objects.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1603
-msgid "Error: Could not create list of objects."
-msgstr "Virhe: Luetteloa objekteista ei voitu luoda."
-
-#. Translators: This message describes a list item in a document. Nesting level
-#. is how "deep" the item is (e.g., a level of 2 represents a list item inside a
-#. list that's inside another list).
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1608 ../src/orca/object_properties.py:51
-#, python-format
-msgid "Nesting level %d"
-msgstr "Syvyystaso %d"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that moves the mouse pointer to the current
-#. location on a web page. If moving the mouse pointer caused an item to appear
-#. such as a pop-up menu, we want to present that fact.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1613
-msgid "New item has been added"
-msgstr "Uusi kohta on lisätty"
-
-#. Translators: This is intended to be a short phrase to present the fact that no
-#. no accessible component has keyboard focus.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1617
-msgid "No focus"
-msgstr "Ei kohdistusta"
-
-#. Translators: This message presents the fact that no accessible application has
-#. has keyboard focus.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1621
-msgid "No application has focus."
-msgstr "Mikään sovellus ei ole kohdistettu"
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from blockquote
-#. to blockquote. This is a detailed message which will be presented to the user
-#. if no more blockquotes can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1626
-msgid "No more blockquotes."
-msgstr "Ei lisää lainattuja lohkoja."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from button
-#. to button. This is a detailed message which will be presented to the user
-#. if no more buttons can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1631
-msgid "No more buttons."
-msgstr "Ei lisää nappeja."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from check
-#. box to check box. This is a detailed message which will be presented to the
-#. user if no more check boxes can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1636
-msgid "No more check boxes."
-msgstr "Ei lisää rastimerkkejä."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from 'large
-#. object' to 'large object'. A 'large object' is a logical chunk of text,
-#. such as a paragraph, a list, a table, etc. This is a detailed message which
-#. will be presented to the user if no more check boxes can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1642
-msgid "No more large objects."
-msgstr "Ei lisää isoja kohteita."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving amongst web
-#. elements which have an "onClick" action. This is a detailed message which
-#. will be presented to the user if no more clickable elements can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1647
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "No more tables."
-msgid "No more clickables."
-msgstr "Ei lisää tauluja."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from combo
-#. box to combo box. This is a detailed message which will be presented to the
-#. user if no more combo boxes can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1652
-msgid "No more combo boxes."
-msgstr "Ei lisää valintalaatikkoja."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from entry
-#. to entry. This is a detailed message which will be presented to the user
-#. if no more entries can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1657
-msgid "No more entries."
-msgstr "Ei lisää kohtia."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from form
-#. field to form field. This is a detailed message which will be presented to
-#. the user if no more form fields can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1662
-msgid "No more form fields."
-msgstr "Ei lisää lomakkeen kenttiä."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from heading
-#. to heading. This is a detailed message which will be presented to the user
-#. if no more headings can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1667
-msgid "No more headings."
-msgstr "Ei lisää otsakkeita."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from heading
-#. to heading at a particular level (i.e. only <h1> or only <h2>, etc.). This
-#. is a detailed message which will be presented to the user if no more headings
-#. at the desired level can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1673
-#, python-format
-msgid "No more headings at level %d."
-msgstr "Ei lisää tason %d otsakkeita."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from image
-#. to image. This is a detailed message which will be presented to the user
-#. if no more images can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1678
-msgid "No more images."
-msgstr "Ei enempää kuvia."
-
-#. Translators: this is for navigating to the previous ARIA role landmark.
-#. ARIA role landmarks are the W3C defined HTML tag attribute 'role' used to
-#. identify important part of webpage like banners, main context, search etc.
-#. This is an indication that one was not found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1684
-msgid "No landmark found."
-msgstr "Maamerkkiä ei löytynyt."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from link to
-#. link (regardless of visited state). This is a detailed message which will be
-#. presented to the user if no more links can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1689
-msgid "No more links."
-msgstr "Ei lisää linkkejä."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from bulleted/
-#. numbered list to bulleted/numbered list. This is a detailed message which will
-#. be presented to the user if no more lists can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1694
-msgid "No more lists."
-msgstr "Ei lisää luetteloita."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from bulleted/
-#. numbered list item to bulleted/numbered list item. This is a detailed message
-#. which will be presented to the user if no more list items can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1699
-msgid "No more list items."
-msgstr "Ei lisää listan kohtia."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from live
-#. region to live region. A live region is an area of a web page that is
-#. periodically updated, e.g. stock ticker. This is a detailed message which
-#. will be presented to the user if no more live regions can be found. For
-#. more info, see http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1706
-msgid "No more live regions."
-msgstr "Ei enempää aktiivisia alueita."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from paragraph
-#. to paragraph. This is a detailed message which will be presented to the user
-#. if no more paragraphs can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1711
-msgid "No more paragraphs."
-msgstr "Ei lisää kappaleita."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from radio
-#. button to radio button. This is a detailed message which will be presented to
-#. the user if no more radio buttons can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1716
-msgid "No more radio buttons."
-msgstr "Ei lisää radiovalitsimia."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from separator
-#. to separator (e.g. <hr> tags). This is a detailed message which will be
-#. presented to the user if no more separators can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1721
-msgid "No more separators."
-msgstr "Ei lisää erottimia."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from table to
-#. to table. This is a detailed message which will be presented to the user if
-#. no more tables can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1726
-msgid "No more tables."
-msgstr "Ei lisää tauluja."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from unvisited
-#. link to unvisited link. This is a detailed message which will be presented to
-#. the user if no more unvisited links can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1731
-msgid "No more unvisited links."
-msgstr "Ei lisää vierailemattomia linkkejä."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from visited
-#. link to visited link. This is a detailed message which will be presented to
-#. the user if no more visited links can be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1736
-msgid "No more visited links."
-msgstr "Ei lisää vierailtuja linkkejä."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a dedicated command to speak the currently-selected
-#. text. This message is what Orca will present if the user performs this
-#. command when no text is selected.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1741
-msgid "No selected text."
-msgstr "Ei valittua tekstiä."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a dedicated command to speak detailed information
-#. about the currently-focused link. This message is what Orca will present
-#. if the user performs this command when not on a link.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1746
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "No more links."
-msgid "Not on a link."
-msgstr "Ei lisää linkkejä."
-
-#. Translators: This message alerts the user to the fact that what will be
-#. presented next came from a notification.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1750
-msgid "Notification"
-msgstr "Ilmoitus"
-
-#. Translators: This is a brief message presented to the user when the bottom of
-#. the list of notifications is reached.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1754
-msgctxt "notification"
-msgid "Bottom"
-msgstr "Alaosa"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user to confirm the list of
-#. notifications mode is being exited.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1758
-msgid "Exiting list notification messages mode."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This is a brief message presented to the user when the top of the
-#. list of notifications is reached.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1762
-msgctxt "notification"
-msgid "Top"
-msgstr "Yläosa"
-
-#. Translators: This is a tutorial message for the notification list mode.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1765
-msgid "Press h for help.\n"
-msgstr "Paina h nähdäksesi ohjeen.\n"
-
-#. Translators: The following string instructs the user how to navigate within
-#. the list notifications mode.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1770
-msgid ""
-"Use Up, Down, Home or End to navigate in the list.\n"
-"Press Escape to exit.\n"
-"Press Space to repeat the last message read.\n"
-"Press one digit to read a specific message.\n"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user when the notifications list
-#. is empty.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1777
-msgid "No notification messages"
-msgstr "Ei ilmoitusviestejä"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a setting through which users can control how a number is
-#. spoken. The options are digits ("1 2 3") and words ("one hundred and twenty
-#. three"). There is an associated Orca command for quickly toggling between the
-#. two options. This string to be translated is the brief message spoken when the
-#. user has enabled speaking numbers as digits.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1784
-msgctxt "number style"
-msgid "digits"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a setting through which users can control how a number is
-#. spoken. The options are digits ("1 2 3") and words ("one hundred and twenty
-#. three"). There is an associated Orca command for quickly toggling between the
-#. two options. This string to be translated is the verbose message spoken when
-#. the user has enabled speaking numbers as digits.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1791
-msgid "Speak numbers as digits."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a setting through which users can control how a number is
-#. spoken. The options are digits ("1 2 3") and words ("one hundred and twenty
-#. three"). There is an associated Orca command for quickly toggling between the
-#. two options. This string to be translated is the brief message spoken when the
-#. user has enabled speaking numbers as words.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1798
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "key echo"
-#| msgid "word"
-msgctxt "number style"
-msgid "words"
-msgstr "sana"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a setting through which users can control how a number is
-#. spoken. The options are digits ("1 2 3") and words ("one hundred and twenty
-#. three"). There is an associated Orca command for quickly toggling between the
-#. two options. This string to be translated is the verbose message spoken when
-#. the user has enabled speaking numbers as words.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1805
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Speak multicase strings as wor_ds"
-msgid "Speak numbers as words."
-msgstr "Lausu yhteenkirjoitetut sanat _sanoina"
-
-#. Translators: This brief message is presented to indicate the state of widgets
-#. (checkboxes, push buttons, toggle buttons) on a toolbar which are associated
-#. with text formatting (bold, italics, underlining, justification, etc.).
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1810
-msgid "off"
-msgstr "pois päältä"
-
-#. Translators: This brief message is presented to indicate the state of widgets
-#. (checkboxes, push buttons, toggle buttons) on a toolbar which are associated
-#. with text formatting (bold, italics, underlining, justification, etc.).
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1815
-msgid "on"
-msgstr "päällä"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user when a web page or similar
-#. item has started loading.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1819
-msgid "Loading.  Please wait."
-msgstr "Ladataan, odota."
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user when a web page or similar
-#. item has finished loading.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1823
-msgid "Finished loading."
-msgstr "Lataus valmistui."
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user when a web page or similar
-#. item has finished loading. The string substitution is for the name of the
-#. object which has just finished loading (most likely the page's title).
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1828
-#, python-format
-msgid "Finished loading %s."
-msgstr "Kohteen %s lataus valmistui."
-
-#. Translators: When the user loads a new web page, they can optionally have Orca
-#. automatically summarize details about the page, such as the number of elements
-#. (landmarks, forms, links, tables, etc.). The following string precedes the
-#. presentation of the summary. The string substitution is a list of items, such
-#. as "10 headings, 1 form, 52 links".
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1835
-#, python-format
-msgid "Page has %s."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user selects from the
-#. current location to the end of the page by pressing Shift+Page_Down.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1841
-msgid "page selected from cursor position"
-msgstr "sivu valittu kohdistimen sijainnista saakka"
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user selects from the
-#. current location to the start of the page by pressing Shift+Page_Up.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1847
-msgid "page selected to cursor position"
-msgstr "sivu valittu kohdistimen sijaintiin saakka"
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user unselects a previously
-#. selected page by pressing Shift+Page_Down.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1853
-msgid "page unselected from cursor position"
-msgstr "sivun valinta peruttu kohdistimen sijainnista saakka"
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user unselects a previously
-#. selected page by pressing Shift+Page_Up.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1859
-msgid "page unselected to cursor position"
-msgstr "sivun valinta peruttu kohdistimen sijaintiin saakka"
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user selects from the
-#. current location to the end of the paragraph by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Down.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1865
-msgid "paragraph selected down from cursor position"
-msgstr "kappale valittu kohdistimen sijainnista alkaen"
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user selects from the
-#. current location to the start of the paragraph by pressing Ctrl+Shift+UP.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1871
-msgid "paragraph selected up from cursor position"
-msgstr "kappale valittu kohdistimen sijainnista ylöspäin"
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user unselects previously
-#. selected text from the current location to the end of the paragraph by
-#. pressing Ctrl+Shift+Down.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1878
-msgid "paragraph unselected down from cursor position"
-msgstr "kappaleen valinta peruttu kohdistimen sijainnista alkaen"
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) or unselects text in a
-#. document, Orca will speak information about what they have selected or
-#. unselected. This message is presented when the user unselects previously
-#. selected text from the current location to the start of the paragraph by
-#. pressing Ctrl+Shift+UP.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1885
-msgid "paragraph unselected up from cursor position"
-msgstr "kappaleen valinta peruttu kohdistimen sijainnista ylöspäin"
-
-#. Translators: This message appears in a warning dialog when the user performs
-#. the command to get into Orca's preferences dialog when the preferences dialog
-#. is already open.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1891
-msgid ""
-"You already have an instance of an Orca preferences dialog open.\n"
-"Please close it before opening a new one."
-msgstr ""
-"Olet jo avannut Orcan asetusikkunan.\n"
-"Sulje se ennen uuden ikkunan avaamista."
-
-#. Translators: This message is an indication of the position of the focused
-#. slide and the total number of slides in the presentation.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1896
-#, python-format
-msgid "slide %(position)d of %(count)d"
-msgstr "dia %(position)d/%(count)d"
-
-#. Translators: This is a detailed message which will be presented as the user
-#. cycles amongst his/her saved profiles. A "profile" is a collection of settings
-#. which apply to a given task, such as a "Spanish" profile which would use
-#. Spanish text-to-speech and Spanish braille and selected when reading Spanish
-#. content. The string representing the profile name is created by the user.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1903
-#, python-format
-msgid "Profile set to %s."
-msgstr "Profiiliksi asetettu %s."
-
-#. Translators: This is an error message presented when the user attempts to
-#. cycle among his/her saved profiles, but no profiles can be found. A profile
-#. is a collection of settings which apply to a given task, such as a "Spanish"
-#. profile which would use Spanish text-to-speech and Spanish braille and
-#. selected when reading Spanish content.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1910
-msgid "No profiles found."
-msgstr "Profiileja ei löytynyt."
-
-#. Translators: this is an index value so that we can present value changes
-#. regarding a specific progress bar in environments where there are multiple
-#. progress bars (e.g. in the Firefox downloads dialog).
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1915
-#, python-format
-msgid "Progress bar %d."
-msgstr "Edistymispalkki %d."
-
-#. Translators: This brief message will be presented as the user cycles
-#. through the different levels of spoken punctuation. The options are:
-#. All punctuation marks will be spoken, None will be spoken, Most will be
-#. spoken, or Some will be spoken.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1921
-msgctxt "spoken punctuation"
-msgid "All"
-msgstr "Kaikki"
-
-#. Translators: This detailed message will be presented as the user cycles
-#. through the different levels of spoken punctuation. The options are:
-#. All punctuation marks will be spoken, None will be spoken, Most will be
-#. spoken, or Some will be spoken.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1927
-msgid "Punctuation level set to all."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This brief message will be presented as the user cycles
-#. through the different levels of spoken punctuation. The options are:
-#. All punctuation marks will be spoken, None will be spoken, Most will be
-#. spoken, or Some will be spoken.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1933
-msgctxt "spoken punctuation"
-msgid "Most"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This detailed message will be presented as the user cycles
-#. through the different levels of spoken punctuation. The options are:
-#. All punctuation marks will be spoken, None will be spoken, Most will be
-#. spoken, or Some will be spoken.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1939
-msgid "Punctuation level set to most."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This brief message will be presented as the user cycles
-#. through the different levels of spoken punctuation. The options are:
-#. All punctuation marks will be spoken, None will be spoken, Most will be
-#. spoken, or Some will be spoken.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1945
-msgctxt "spoken punctuation"
-msgid "None"
-msgstr "Ei mitään"
-
-#. Translators: This detailed message will be presented as the user cycles
-#. through the different levels of spoken punctuation. The options are:
-#. All punctuation marks will be spoken, None will be spoken, Most will be
-#. spoken, or Some will be spoken.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1951
-msgid "Punctuation level set to none."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This brief message will be presented as the user cycles
-#. through the different levels of spoken punctuation. The options are:
-#. All punctuation marks will be spoken, None will be spoken, Most will be
-#. spoken, or Some will be spoken.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1957
-msgctxt "spoken punctuation"
-msgid "Some"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This detailed message will be presented as the user cycles
-#. through the different levels of spoken punctuation. The options are:
-#. All punctuation marks will be spoken, None will be spoken, Most will be
-#. spoken, or Some will be spoken.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1963
-msgid "Punctuation level set to some."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to indicate that a search has begun
-#. or is still taking place.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1967
-msgid "Searching."
-msgstr "Etsitään."
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to indicate a search executed by the
-#. user has been completed.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1971
-msgid "Search complete."
-msgstr "Haku valmistui."
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user when Orca's preferences
-#. have been reloaded.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1975
-msgid "Screen reader settings reloaded."
-msgstr "Näytönlukijan asetukset ladattu uudestaan."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a dedicated command to speak the currently-selected
-#. text. This message is spoken by Orca before speaking the text which is
-#. selected. The string substitution is for the selected text.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1980
-#, python-format
-#| msgctxt "structural navigation"
-#| msgid "Selected Item"
-msgid "Selected text is: %s"
-msgstr "Valittu teksti on: %s"
-
-#. Translators: Orca normal speaks the text which was just deleted from a
-#. document via command. Depending on the circumstances, that might be a
-#. large string. Therefore, if the text which has just been deleted from a
-#. document matches the previously-selected contents, Orca will indicate that
-#. fact instead of presenting the full string which was just deleted.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1987
-msgid "Selection deleted."
-msgstr "Valinta poistettu."
-
-#. Translators: Orca normal speaks the text which was just inserted into a
-#. document via command. Depending on the circumstances, that might be a
-#. large string. Therefore, if the text which has just been inserted into a
-#. document is also already selected, it is likely that the insertion is
-#. due to having been restored (e.g. the user selected text, deleted it,
-#. and then pressed Ctrl+Z to undo that deletion). In this instance, Orca
-#. will indicate the restoration rather than presenting the full string
-#. which was just inserted.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:1997
-msgid "Selection restored."
-msgstr "Valinta palautettu."
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user when speech synthesis
-#. has been temporarily turned off.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2001
-msgid "Speech disabled."
-msgstr "Puhe pois käytöstä."
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user when speech synthesis
-#. has been turned back on.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2005
-msgid "Speech enabled."
-msgstr "Puhe käytössä."
-
-#. Translators: This string announces speech rate change.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2008
-msgid "faster."
-msgstr "nopeammin."
-
-#. Translators: This string announces speech rate change.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2011
-msgid "slower."
-msgstr "hitaammin."
-
-#. Translators: This string announces speech pitch change.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2014
-msgid "higher."
-msgstr "korkeampi."
-
-#. Translators: This string announces speech pitch change.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2017
-msgid "lower."
-msgstr "matalampi."
-
-#. Translators: This string announces speech volume change.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2020
-msgid "louder."
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string announces speech volume change.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2023
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "faster."
-msgid "softer."
-msgstr "nopeammin."
-
-#. Translators: Orca's verbosity levels control how much (or how little)
-#. Orca will speak when presenting objects as the user navigates within
-#. applications and reads content. The two levels are "brief" and "verbose".
-#. The following string is a message spoken to the user upon toggling
-#. this setting via command.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2030
-msgctxt "Speech"
-msgid "Verbosity level: brief"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca's verbosity levels control how much (or how little)
-#. Orca will speak when presenting objects as the user navigates within
-#. applications and reads content. The two levels are "brief" and "verbose".
-#. The following string is a message spoken to the user upon toggling
-#. this setting via command.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2037
-msgctxt "Speech"
-msgid "Verbosity level: verbose"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: We replace the ellipses (both manual and UTF-8) with a spoken
-#. string. The extra space you see at the beginning is because we need the
-#. speech synthesis engine to speak the new string well. For example, "Open..."
-#. turns into "Open dot dot dot".
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2043
-msgid " dot dot dot"
-msgstr " piste piste piste"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user when Orca is launched.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2046
-msgid "Screen reader on."
-msgstr "Näytönlukija päällä."
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user when Orca is quit.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2049
-msgid "Screen reader off."
-msgstr "Näytönlukija pois päältä."
-
-#. Translators: This message means speech synthesis is not installed or working.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2052
-msgid "Speech is unavailable."
-msgstr "Puhe ei ole käytettävissä."
-
-#. Translators: the Orca "Find" dialog allows a user to search for text in a
-#. window and then move focus to that text.  For example, they may want to find
-#. the "OK" button.  This message lets them know a string they were searching
-#. for was not found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2058
-msgid "string not found"
-msgstr "merkkijonoa ei löydy"
-
-#. Translators: The structural navigation keys are designed to move the caret
-#. around document content by object type. H moves you to the next heading,
-#. Shift H to the previous heading, T to the next table, and so on. Some users
-#. prefer to turn this off to use Firefox's search when typing feature. This
-#. message is presented when the user toggles the structural navigation feature
-#. of Orca. It should be a brief informative message.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2066
-msgid "Structural navigation keys off."
-msgstr "Rakenteelliset navigointinäppäimet pois käytöstä."
-
-#. Translators: The structural navigation keys are designed to move the caret
-#. around document content by object type. H moves you to the next heading,
-#. Shift H to the previous heading, T to the next table, and so on. Some users
-#. prefer to turn this off to use Firefox's search when typing feature. This
-#. message is presented when the user toggles the structural navigation feature
-#. of Orca. It should be a brief informative message.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2074
-msgid "Structural navigation keys on."
-msgstr "Rakenteelliset navigointinäppäimet käytössä."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command that allows the user to move to the next
-#. structural navigation object. In Orca, "structural navigation" refers to
-#. quickly moving through a document by jumping amongst objects of a given
-#. type, such as from link to link, or from heading to heading, or from form
-#. field to form field. This is a brief message which will be presented to the
-#. user if the desired structural navigation object could not be found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2082
-msgctxt "structural navigation"
-msgid "Not found"
-msgstr "Ei löytynyt"
-
-#. Translators: This message describes the (row, col) position of a table cell.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2085
-#, python-format
-msgid "Row %(row)d, column %(column)d."
-msgstr "Rivi %(row)d, Sarake %(column)d"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to indicate the user is in the last
-#. cell of a table in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2089
-msgid "End of table"
-msgstr "taulukon loppu"
-
-#. Translators: When users are navigating a table, they sometimes want the entire
-#. row of a table read; other times they want just the current cell presented.
-#. This string is a message presented to the user when this setting is toggled.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2094
-msgid "Speak cell"
-msgstr "Puhu solu"
-
-#. Translators: When users are navigating a table, they sometimes want the entire
-#. row of a table read; other times they want just the current cell presented.
-#. This string is a message presented to the user when this setting is toggled.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2099
-msgid "Speak row"
-msgstr "Puhu rivi"
-
-#. Translators: a uniform table is one in which each table cell occupies one row
-#. and one column (i.e. a perfect grid). In contrast, a non-uniform table is one
-#. in which at least one table cell occupies more than one row and/or column.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2104
-msgid "Non-uniform"
-msgstr "Epäyhtenäinen"
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from table cell
-#. to table cell. If the user gives a table navigation command but is not in a
-#. table, presents this message.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2109
-msgid "Not in a table."
-msgstr "Ei taulukossa."
-
-#. Translators: This is a message presented to users when the columns in a table
-#. have been reordered.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2113
-msgid "Columns reordered"
-msgstr "Sarakkeet järjestetty uudelleen"
-
-#. Translators: This is a message presented to users when the rows in a table
-#. have been reordered.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2117
-msgid "Rows reordered"
-msgstr "Rivit järjestetty uudelleen"
-
-#. Translators: this is in reference to a column in a table. The substitution
-#. is the index (e.g. the first column is "column 1").
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2121
-#, python-format
-msgid "column %d"
-msgstr "sarake %d"
-
-#. Translators: this is in reference to a column in a table. If the user is in
-#. the first column of a table with five columns, the position is "column 1 of 5"
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2125
-#, python-format
-msgid "column %(index)d of %(total)d"
-msgstr "sarake %(index)d %(total)d sarakkesta"
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from table cell
-#. to table cell. This is the message presented when the user attempts to move to
-#. the cell below the current cell and is already in the last row.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2130
-msgid "Bottom of column."
-msgstr "Sarakkeen alin."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from table cell
-#. to table cell. This is the message presented when the user attempts to move to
-#. the cell above the current cell and is already in the first row.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2135
-msgid "Top of column."
-msgstr "Sarakkeen ylin."
-
-#. Translators: this is in reference to a row in a table. The substitution is
-#. the index (e.g. the first row is "row 1").
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2139
-#, python-format
-msgid "row %d"
-msgstr "rivi %d"
-
-#. Translators: this is in reference to a row in a table. If the user is in the
-#. the first row of a table with five rows, the position is "row 1 of 5"
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2143
-#, python-format
-msgid "row %(index)d of %(total)d"
-msgstr "rivi %(index)d %(total)d rivistä"
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from table cell
-#. to table cell. This is the message presented when the user attempts to move to
-#. the left of the current cell and is already in the first column.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2148
-msgid "Beginning of row."
-msgstr "Rivin alku."
-
-#. Translators: This is for navigating document content by moving from table cell
-#. to table cell. This is the message presented when the user attempts to move to
-#. the right of the current cell and is already in the last column.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2153
-msgid "End of row."
-msgstr "Rivin loppu."
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user to confirm that he/she just
-#. deleted a table row.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2157
-msgid "Row deleted."
-msgstr "Rivi poistettu."
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user to confirm that he/she just
-#. deleted the last row of a table.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2161
-msgid "Last row deleted."
-msgstr "Viimeinen rivi poistettu."
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user to confirm that he/she just
-#. inserted a table row.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2165
-msgid "Row inserted."
-msgstr "Rivi lisätty."
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to the user to confirm that he/she just
-#. inserted a table row at the end of the table. This typically happens when the
-#. user presses Tab from within the last cell of the table.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2170
-msgid "Row inserted at the end of the table."
-msgstr "Rivi lisätty taulukon loppuun."
-
-#. Translators: when the user selects (highlights) text in a document, Orca lets
-#. them know.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2174
-msgctxt "text"
-msgid "selected"
-msgstr "valittu"
-
-#. Translators: when the user unselects (un-highlights) text in a document, Orca
-#. lets them know.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2178
-msgctxt "text"
-msgid "unselected"
-msgstr "ei valittu"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a feature to speak the time when the user presses a
-#. shortcut key. This is one of the alternative formats that the user may wish
-#. it to be presented with.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2189
-msgid "%H hours, %M minutes and %S seconds."
-msgstr "%H tuntia, %M minuuttia ja %S sekuntia."
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a feature to speak the time when the user presses a
-#. shortcut key. This is one of the alternative formats that the user may wish
-#. it to be presented with.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2194
-msgid "%H hours and %M minutes."
-msgstr "%H tuntia ja %M minuuttia."
-
-#. Translators: this is information about a unicode character reported to the
-#. user.  The value is the unicode number value of this character in hex.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2198
-#, python-format
-msgid "Unicode %s"
-msgstr "Unicode %s"
-
-#. Translators: This string is presented when an application's undo command is
-#. used in a document resulting in a change to that document's contents.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2202
-msgctxt "command"
-msgid "undo"
-msgstr "kumoa"
-
-#. Translators: This string is presented when an application's redo command is
-#. used in a document resulting in a change to that document's contents.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2206
-msgctxt "command"
-msgid "redo"
-msgstr "tee uudelleen"
-
-#. Translators: This message presents the Orca version number.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2209
-#, python-format
-msgid "Screen reader version %s."
-msgstr "Näytönlukijan versio %s."
-
-#. Translators: This is presented when the user has navigated to a line with only
-#. whitespace characters (space, tab, etc.) on it.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2213
-msgid "white space"
-msgstr "tyhjä tila"
-
-#. Translators: when the user is attempting to locate a particular object and the
-#. top of a page or list is reached without that object being found, we "wrap" to
-#. the bottom and continue looking upwards. We need to inform the user when this
-#. is taking place.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2219
-msgid "Wrapping to bottom."
-msgstr "Siirrytään alas."
-
-#. Translators: when the user is attempting to locate a particular object and the
-#. bottom of a page or list is reached without that object being found, we "wrap"
-#. to the top and continue looking downwards. We need to inform the user when
-#. this is taking place.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2225
-msgid "Wrapping to top."
-msgstr "Siirrytään ylös."
-
-#. Translators, normally layered panes and tables have items in them. Thus it is
-#. noteworthy when this is not the case. This message is presented to the user to
-#. indicate the current layered pane or table contains zero items.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2230
-msgid "0 items"
-msgstr "nolla kohtaa"
-
-#. Translators: The cell here refers to a cell within a table within a
-#. document. We need to announce when the cell occupies or "spans" more
-#. than a single row and/or column.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2238 ../src/orca/messages.py:2257
-#, python-format
-msgid "Cell spans %d row"
-msgid_plural "Cell spans %d rows"
-msgstr[0] "Solu, jonka koko on %d rivi"
-msgstr[1] "Solu, jonka koko on %d riviä"
-
-#. Translators: this represents the number of columns in a table.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2243
-#, python-format
-msgid " %d column"
-msgid_plural " %d columns"
-msgstr[0] " %d sarake"
-msgstr[1] " %d saraketta"
-
-#. Translators: The cell here refers to a cell within a table within a
-#. document. We need to announce when the cell occupies or "spans" more
-#. than a single row and/or column.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2250
-#, python-format
-msgid "Cell spans %d column"
-msgid_plural "Cell spans %d columns"
-msgstr[0] "Solu, jonka koko on %d sarake"
-msgstr[1] "Solu, jonka koko on %d saraketta"
-
-#. Translators: People can enter a string of text that is too wide to be
-#. fully displayed in a spreadsheet cell. This message will be spoken if
-#. such a cell is encountered.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2267
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d character too long"
-msgid_plural "%d characters too long"
-msgstr[0] "%d merkin liian pitkä"
-msgstr[1] "%d merkkiä liian pitkä"
-
-#. Translators: This message informs the user how many unfocused alert and
-#. dialog windows a newly (re)focused application has. It is added at the
-#. end of a braille message containing the app which just claimed focus.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2275
-#, python-format
-msgid "(%d dialog)"
-msgid_plural "(%d dialogs)"
-msgstr[0] "(%d ikkuna)"
-msgstr[1] "(%d ikkunaa)"
-
-#. Translators: This message informs the user how many unfocused alert and
-#. dialog windows a newly (re)focused application has. It is added at the
-#. end of a spoken message containing the app which just claimed focus.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2281
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d unfocused dialog"
-msgid_plural "%d unfocused dialogs"
-msgstr[0] "%d kohdistamaton valintaikkuna"
-msgstr[1] "%d kohdistamatonta valintaikkunaa"
-
-#. Translators: This is the size of a file in bytes
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2285
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d byte"
-msgid_plural "%d bytes"
-msgstr[0] "%d tavu"
-msgstr[1] "%d tavua"
-
-#. Translators: This message informs the user who many files were found as
-#. a result of a search.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2290
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d file found"
-msgid_plural "%d files found"
-msgstr[0] "löytyi %d tiedosto"
-msgstr[1] "löytyi %d tiedostoa"
-
-#. Translators: This message presents the number of forms in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2297
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d form"
-msgid_plural "%d forms"
-msgstr[0] "%d kaavake"
-msgstr[1] "%d kaavaketta"
-
-#. Translators: This message presents the number of headings in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2304
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d heading"
-msgid_plural "%d headings"
-msgstr[0] "%d otsake"
-msgstr[1] "%d otsaketta"
-
-#. Translators: This message presents the number of items in a layered pane
-#. or table.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2309
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d item"
-msgid_plural "%d items"
-msgstr[0] "%d kohta"
-msgstr[1] "%d kohtaa"
-
-#. Translators: This message presents the number of landmarks in a document.
-#. ARIA role landmarks are the W3C defined HTML tag attribute 'role' used to
-#. identify important part of webpage like banners, main context, search etc.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2318
-#, fuzzy, python-format
-#| msgid "trademark"
-msgid "%d landmark"
-msgid_plural "%d landmarks"
-msgstr[0] "tavaramerkki"
-msgstr[1] "tavaramerkki"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has several commands that search for, and present a list
-#. of, objects based on one or more criteria. This is a message that will be
-#. presented to the user to indicate how many matching items were found.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2324
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d item found"
-msgid_plural "%d items found"
-msgstr[0] "%d kohde löytyi"
-msgstr[1] "%d kohdetta löytyi"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within a
-#. series of nested blockquotes, such as can be seen in deep email threads,
-#. and then navigates out of several levels at once.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2330
-#, fuzzy, python-format
-#| msgid "No more blockquotes."
-msgid "Leaving %d blockquote."
-msgid_plural "Leaving %d blockquotes."
-msgstr[0] "Ei lisää lainattuja lohkoja."
-msgstr[1] "Ei lisää lainattuja lohkoja."
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when a user is navigating within a
-#. series of nested lists and then navigates out of several levels at once.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2335
-#, fuzzy, python-format
-#| msgid "Leaving flat review."
-msgid "Leaving %d list."
-msgid_plural "Leaving %d lists."
-msgstr[0] "Poistutaan tasatun tarkastelun tilasta."
-msgstr[1] "Poistutaan tasatun tarkastelun tilasta."
-
-#. Translators: This message describes a bulleted or numbered list.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2339
-#, python-format
-msgid "List with %d item"
-msgid_plural "List with %d items"
-msgstr[0] "luettelossa %d kohta"
-msgstr[1] "luettelossa %d kohtaa"
-
-#. Translators: this represents the number of rows in a mathematical table.
-#. See http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.mtable
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2344
-#, fuzzy, python-format
-#| msgid "table with %d row"
-#| msgid_plural "table with %d rows"
-msgid "math table with %d row"
-msgid_plural "math table with %d rows"
-msgstr[0] "taulukko, jossa %d rivi"
-msgstr[1] "taulukko, jossa %d riviä"
-
-#. Translators: this represents the number of columns in a mathematical table.
-#. See http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.mtable
-#. Translators: this represents the number of rows in a mathematic table
-#. which is nested inside another mathematical table.
-#. See http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.mtable
-#. Translators: this represents the number of columns in a table.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2349 ../src/orca/messages.py:2365
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2449
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d column"
-msgid_plural "%d columns"
-msgstr[0] "%d sarake"
-msgstr[1] "%d saraketta"
-
-#. Translators: this represents the number of rows in a mathematical table
-#. which is nested inside another mathematical table.
-#. See http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/chapter3.html#presm.mtable
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2359
-#, fuzzy, python-format
-#| msgid "table with %d row"
-#| msgid_plural "table with %d rows"
-msgid "nested math table with %d row"
-msgid_plural "nested math table with %d rows"
-msgstr[0] "taulukko, jossa %d rivi"
-msgstr[1] "taulukko, jossa %d riviä"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to inform the user of the number of
-#. messages in a list.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2374
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d message.\n"
-msgid_plural "%d messages.\n"
-msgstr[0] "%d viesti.\n"
-msgstr[1] "%d viestiä.\n"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to inform the user of the value of
-#. a slider, progress bar, or other such component.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2379
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d percent."
-msgid_plural "%d percent."
-msgstr[0] "%d prosentti."
-msgstr[1] "%d prosenttia."
-
-#. Translators: This message announces the percentage of the document that
-#. has been read. The value is calculated by knowing the index of the current
-#. position divided by the total number of objects on the page.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2385
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d percent of document read"
-msgid_plural "%d percent of document read"
-msgstr[0] "%d prosentti asiakirjasta luettu"
-msgstr[1] "%d prosenttia asiakirjasta luettu"
-
-#. Translators: this represents a text attribute expressed in pixels, such as
-#. a margin, indentation, font size, etc.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2392
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d pixel"
-msgid_plural "%d pixels"
-msgstr[0] ""
-msgstr[1] ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca will tell you how many characters are repeated on a line
-#. of text. For example: "22 space characters". The %d is the number and the
-#. %s is the spoken word for the character.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2398
-#, python-format
-msgid "%(count)d %(repeatChar)s character"
-msgid_plural "%(count)d %(repeatChar)s characters"
-msgstr[0] "%(count)d %(repeatChar)s merkki"
-msgstr[1] "%(count)d %(repeatChar)s merkkiä"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to indicate the number of selected
-#. objects (e.g. icons) and the total number of those objects.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2405
-#, python-format
-msgid "%(index)d of %(total)d item selected"
-msgid_plural "%(index)d of %(total)d items selected"
-msgstr[0] "%(index)d %(total)d kohteesta valittu"
-msgstr[1] "%(index)d %(total)d kohteesta valittu"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when the user is in a list of
-#. shortcuts associated with Orca commands which are not specific to the
-#. current application. It appears as the title of the dialog containing
-#. the list.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2414
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d Screen reader default shortcut found."
-msgid_plural "%d Screen reader default shortcuts found."
-msgstr[0] "Löytyi %d näytönlukijan oletuspikanäppäin."
-msgstr[1] "Löytyi %d näytönlukijan oletuspikanäppäintä."
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented when the user is in a list of
-#. shortcuts associated with Orca commands specific to the current
-#. application. It appears as the title of the dialog containing the list.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2422
-#, python-format
-msgid "%(count)d Screen reader shortcut for %(application)s found."
-msgid_plural "%(count)d Screen reader shortcuts for %(application)s found."
-msgstr[0] ""
-"Sovellukselle %(application)s löytyi %(count)d näytönlukijan pikanäppäin."
-msgstr[1] ""
-"Sovellukselle %(application)s löytyi %(count)d näytönlukijan pikanäppäintä."
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to inform the user of the number of
-#. space characters in a string.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2429
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d space"
-msgid_plural "%d spaces"
-msgstr[0] "%d väli"
-msgstr[1] "%d väliä"
-
-#. Translators: This message is presented to inform the user of the number of
-#. tab characters in a string.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2434
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d tab"
-msgid_plural "%d tabs"
-msgstr[0] "%d sarkain"
-msgstr[1] "%d sarkainta"
-
-#. Translators: This message presents the number of tables in a document.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2441
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d table"
-msgid_plural "%d tables"
-msgstr[0] "%d taulukko"
-msgstr[1] "%d taulukkoa"
-
-#. Translators: this represents the number of rows in a table.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2445
-#, python-format
-msgid "table with %d row"
-msgid_plural "table with %d rows"
-msgstr[0] "taulukko, jossa %d rivi"
-msgstr[1] "taulukko, jossa %d riviä"
-
-#. Translators: This message presents the number of unvisited links in a
-#. document.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2461
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d unvisited link"
-msgid_plural "%d unvisited links"
-msgstr[0] "%d vierailematon linkki"
-msgstr[1] "%d vierailtua linkkiä"
-
-#. Translators: This message presents the number of visited links in a
-#. document.
-#: ../src/orca/messages.py:2469
-#, python-format
-msgid "%d visited link"
-msgid_plural "%d visited links"
-msgstr[0] "%d vierailtu linkki"
-msgstr[1] "%d vierailtua linkkiä"
-
-#. Translators: this is the action name for the 'toggle' action. It must be the
-#. same string used in the *.po file for gail.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:36
-msgid "toggle"
-msgstr "vipupainike"
-
-#. Translators: this is a indication of the focused icon and the count of the
-#. total number of icons within an icon panel. An example of an icon panel is
-#. the Nautilus folder view.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:41
-#, python-format
-msgid "on %(index)d of %(total)d"
-msgstr "kohdassa %(index)d %(total)d kohteesta"
-
-#. Translators: this refers to the position of an item in a list or group of
-#. objects, such as menu items in a menu, radio buttons in a radio button group,
-#. combobox item in a combobox, etc.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:46
-#, python-format
-msgid "%(index)d of %(total)d"
-msgstr "%(index)d kaikkiaan %(total)d kohteesta"
-
-#. Translators: This message describes a list item in a document. Nesting level
-#. is how "deep" the item is (e.g., a level of 2 represents a list item inside a
-#. list that's inside another list). This string is specifically for braille.
-#. Because braille displays lack real estate, we're using a shorter string than
-#. we use for speech.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:58
-#, python-format
-msgid "LEVEL %d"
-msgstr "TASO %d"
-
-#. Translators: This represents the depth of a node in a TreeView (i.e. how many
-#. ancestors the node has). This is the spoken version.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:62
-#, python-format
-msgid "tree level %d"
-msgstr "puun taso %d"
-
-#. Translators: This represents the depth of a node in a TreeView (i.e. how many
-#. ancestors the node has). This is the braille version.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:66
-#, python-format
-msgid "TREE LEVEL %d"
-msgstr "PUUN TASO %d"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. The reason for including the editable state as part of the role is to make it
-#. possible for users to quickly identify combo boxes in which a value can be
-#. typed or arrowed to.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:73
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Goes to next combo box."
-msgid "editable combo box"
-msgstr "Siirtää seuraavaan valintalaatikkoon."
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role is to describe elements in web content which have the contenteditable
-#. attribute set to true, indicating that the element can be edited by the user.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:79
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "leaving table."
-msgid "editable content"
-msgstr "poistutaan taulusta"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. The feed role is a scrollable list of articles where scrolling may cause
-#. articles to be added to or removed from either end of the list.
-#. http://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/aria.html#feed
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:86
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "feed"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. The figure role is a perceivable section of content that typically contains a
-#. graphical document, images, code snippets, or example text.
-#. http://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/aria.html#figure
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:93
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "figure"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the abstract in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-abstract
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:99
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "abstract"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the acknowledgments in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-acknowledgments
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:105
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "acknowledgments"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the afterword in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-afterword
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:111
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "key echo"
-#| msgid "word"
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "afterword"
-msgstr "sana"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the appendix in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-appendix
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:117
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "appendix"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to a bibliography entry in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-biblioentry
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:123
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "bibliography entry"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the bibliography in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-bibliography
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:129
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "bibliography"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to a chapter in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-chapter
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:135
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "chapter"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the colophon in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-colophon
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:141
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "colon"
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "colophon"
-msgstr "piste"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the conclusion in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-conclusion
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:147
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "conclusion"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the cover in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-cover
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:153
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "overline"
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "cover"
-msgstr "yliviivaus"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to a single credit in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-credit
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:159
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "credit"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the credits in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-credits
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:165
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "credits"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the dedication in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-dedication
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:171
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "direction"
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "dedication"
-msgstr "suunta"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to a single endnote in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-endnote
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:177
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "endnote"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the endnotes in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-endnotes
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:183
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "endnotes"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the epigraph in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-epigraph
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:189
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "epigraph"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the epilogue in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-epilogue
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:195
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "epilogue"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the errata in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-errata
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:201
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "errata"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to an example in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-example
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:207
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "example"
-msgstr "esimerkki"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to a single footnote in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-footnote
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:213
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "footnote"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the foreword in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-foreword
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:219
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "key echo"
-#| msgid "word"
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "foreword"
-msgstr "sana"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the glossary in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-glossary
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:225
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "glossary"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the index in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-index
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:231
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "indent"
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "index"
-msgstr "sisennys"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the introduction in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-introduction
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:237
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "direction"
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "introduction"
-msgstr "suunta"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to a pagebreak in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-pagebreak
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:243
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "page break"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to a page list in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-pagelist
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:249
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "page up"
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "page list"
-msgstr "sivu ylös"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to a named part in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-part
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:255
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "part"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the preface in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-preface
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:261
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "preface"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the prologue in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-prologue
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:267
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "prologue"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to a pullquote in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-pullquote
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:273
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "quote"
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "pullquote"
-msgstr "lainausmerkki"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to a questions-and-answers section in a digitally-published
-#. document. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-qna
-#. In English, "QNA" is generally recognized by native speakers. If your language
-#. lacks the equivalent, please prefer the shortest phrase which clearly conveys
-#. the meaning.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:282
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "QNA"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the subtitle in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-subtitle
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:288
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "subtitle"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. This role refers to the table of contents in a digitally-published document.
-#. https://rawgit.com/w3c/aria/master/aria/dpub.html#doc-toc
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:294
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "table of contents"
-msgstr "sisällysluettelo"
-
-#. Translators: The 'h' in this string represents a heading level attribute for
-#. content that you might find in something such as HTML content (e.g., <h1>).
-#. The translated form is meant to be a single character followed by a numeric
-#. heading level, where the single character is to indicate 'heading'.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:300
-#, python-format
-msgid "h%d"
-msgstr "h%d"
-
-#. Translators: The %(level)d is in reference to a heading level in HTML (e.g.,
-#. For <h3>, the level is 3) and the %(role)s is in reference to a previously
-#. translated rolename for the heading.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:305
-#, python-format
-msgid "%(role)s level %(level)d"
-msgstr "%(role)s taso %(level)d"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. The reason we include the orientation as part of the role is because in some
-#. applications and toolkits, it can dictate which keyboard keys should be used
-#. to modify the value of the widget.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:312
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "horizontal"
-msgid "horizontal scroll bar"
-msgstr "vaaka"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. The reason we include the orientation as part of the role is because in some
-#. applications and toolkits, it can dictate which keyboard keys should be used
-#. to modify the value of the widget.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:319
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "vertical bar"
-msgid "vertical scroll bar"
-msgstr "pystyviiva"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. A slider is a widget which looks like a bar and displays a value as a range.
-#. A common example of a slider can be found in UI for modifying volume levels.
-#. The reason we include the orientation as part of the role is because in some
-#. applications and toolkits, it can dictate which keyboard keys should be used
-#. to modify the value of the widget.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:328
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "horizontal"
-msgid "horizontal slider"
-msgstr "vaaka"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. A slider is a widget which looks like a bar and displays a value as a range.
-#. A common example of a slider can be found in UI for modifying volume levels.
-#. The reason we include the orientation as part of the role is because in some
-#. applications and toolkits, it can dictate which keyboard keys should be used
-#. to modify the value of the widget.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:337
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "vertical align"
-msgid "vertical slider"
-msgstr "pystytasaus"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. A splitter is a bar that divides a container into two parts. It is often, but
-#. not necessarily, user resizable. A common example of a splitter can be found
-#. in email applications, where there is a container on the left which holds a
-#. list of all the mail folders and a container on the right which lists all of
-#. the messages in the selected folder. The bar which you click on and drag to
-#. resize these containers is the splitter. The reason we include the orientation
-#. as part of the role is because in some applications and toolkits, it can
-#. dictate which keyboard keys should be used to modify the value of the widget.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:349
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "horizontal"
-msgid "horizontal splitter"
-msgstr "vaaka"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. A splitter is a bar that divides a container into two parts. It is often, but
-#. not necessarily, user resizable. A common example of a splitter can be found
-#. in email applications, where there is a container on the left which holds a
-#. list of all the mail folders and a container on the right which lists all of
-#. the messages in the selected folder. The bar which you click on and drag to
-#. resize these containers is the splitter. The reason we include the orientation
-#. as part of the role is because in some applications and toolkits, it can
-#. dictate which keyboard keys should be used to modify the value of the widget.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:361
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "vertical align"
-msgid "vertical splitter"
-msgstr "pystytasaus"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. The "switch" role is a "light switch" style toggle, such as can be seen in
-#. https://developer.gnome.org/gtk3/stable/GtkSwitch.html
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:367
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "mode switch"
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "switch"
-msgstr "tilanvaihto"
-
-#. Translators: This is an alternative name for the parent object of a series
-#. of icons.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:371
-msgid "Icon panel"
-msgstr "Kuvakepaneeli"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. The "banner" role is defined in the ARIA specification as "A region that
-#. contains mostly site-oriented content, rather than page-specific content."
-#. See https://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria-1.1/#banner
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:378
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "banner"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. The "complementary" role is defined in the ARIA specification as "A supporting
-#. section of the document, designed to be complementary to the main content at a
-#. similar level in the DOM hierarchy, but remains meaningful when separated from
-#. the main content." See https://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria-1.1/#complementary
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:386
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "complementary content"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. The "contentinfo" role is defined in the ARIA specification as "A large
-#. perceivable region that contains information about the parent document.
-#. Examples of information included in this region of the page are copyrights and
-#. links to privacy statements." See https://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria-1.1/#contentinfo
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:394
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Notification"
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "information"
-msgstr "Ilmoitus"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. The "main" role is defined in the ARIA specification as "The main content of
-#. a document." See https://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria-1.1/#main
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:400
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "semi condensed"
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "main content"
-msgstr "vähän tiivistetty"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. The "navigation" role is defined in the ARIA specification as "A collection of
-#. navigational elements (usually links) for navigating the document or related
-#. documents." See https://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria-1.1/#navigation
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:407
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Page Navigation"
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "navigation"
-msgstr "Sivulla navigointi"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. The "region" role is defined in the ARIA specification as "A perceivable
-#. section containing content that is relevant to a specific, author-specified
-#. purpose and sufficiently important that users will likely want to be able to
-#. navigate to the section easily and to have it listed in a summary of the page."
-#. See https://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria-1.1/#region
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:416
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "region"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. The "search" role is defined in the ARIA specification as "A landmark region
-#. that contains a collection of items and objects that, as a whole, combine to
-#. create a search facility." See https://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria-1.1/#search
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:423
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Searching."
-msgctxt "role"
-msgid "search"
-msgstr "Etsitään."
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. The reason for including the visited state as part of the role is to make it
-#. possible for users to quickly identify if the link is associated with content
-#. already read.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:430
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "%d visited link"
-#| msgid_plural "%d visited links"
-msgid "visited link"
-msgstr "%d vierailtu linkki"
-
-#. Translators: This string should be treated as a role describing an object.
-#. Examples of roles include "checkbox", "radio button", "paragraph", and "link."
-#. A menu button is button widget that causes a menu to appear when the user
-#. activates the button.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:436
-msgid "menu button"
-msgstr "valikkopainike"
-
-#. Translators: This is a state which applies to elements in document content
-#. which have an "onClick" action.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:440
-msgid "clickable"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This is a state which applies to items which can be expanded
-#. or collapsed such as combo boxes and nodes/groups in a treeview. Collapsed
-#. means the item's children are not showing; expanded means they are.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:445
-msgid "collapsed"
-msgstr "supistettu"
-
-#. Translators: This is a state which applies to items which can be expanded
-#. or collapsed such as combo boxes and nodes/groups in a treeview. Collapsed
-#. means the item's children are not showing; expanded means they are.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:450
-msgid "expanded"
-msgstr "laajennettu"
-
-#. Translators: This is a state which applies to elements in document content
-#. which have a longdesc attribute. http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20-TECHS/H45.html
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:454
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "structural navigation"
-#| msgid "Description"
-msgid "has long description"
-msgstr "Kuvaus"
-
-#. Translators: This is a state which applies to the orientation of widgets
-#. such as sliders and scroll bars.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:458
-msgid "horizontal"
-msgstr "vaaka"
-
-#. Translators: This is a state which applies to the orientation of widgets
-#. such as sliders and scroll bars.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:462
-msgid "vertical"
-msgstr "pysty"
-
-#. Translators: This is a state which applies to a check box.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:465
-msgctxt "checkbox"
-msgid "checked"
-msgstr "merkitty"
-
-#. Translators: This is a state which applies to a check box.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:468
-msgctxt "checkbox"
-msgid "not checked"
-msgstr "ei merkitty"
-
-#. Translators: This is a state which applies to a switch. For an example of
-#. a switch, see https://developer.gnome.org/gtk3/stable/GtkSwitch.html
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:472
-msgctxt "switch"
-msgid "on"
-msgstr "päällä"
-
-#. Translators: This is a state which applies to a switch. For an example of
-#. a switch, see https://developer.gnome.org/gtk3/stable/GtkSwitch.html
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:476
-msgctxt "switch"
-msgid "off"
-msgstr "pois päältä"
-
-#. Translators: This is a state which applies to a check box.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:479
-msgctxt "checkbox"
-msgid "partially checked"
-msgstr "osittain merkitty"
-
-#. Translators: This is a state which applies to a toggle button.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:482
-msgctxt "togglebutton"
-msgid "pressed"
-msgstr "painettu"
-
-#. Translators: This is a state which applies to a toggle button.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:485
-msgctxt "togglebutton"
-msgid "not pressed"
-msgstr "ei painettu"
-
-#. Translators: This is a state which applies to a radio button.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:488
-msgctxt "radiobutton"
-msgid "selected"
-msgstr "valittu"
-
-#. Translators: This is a state which applies to a radio button.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:491
-msgctxt "radiobutton"
-msgid "not selected"
-msgstr "ei valittu"
-
-#. Translators: This is a state which applies to a table cell.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:494
-msgctxt "tablecell"
-msgid "not selected"
-msgstr "ei valittu"
-
-#. Translators: This is a state which applies to a link.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:497
-msgctxt "link state"
-msgid "visited"
-msgstr "vierailtu"
-
-#. Translators: This is a state which applies to a link.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:500
-msgctxt "link state"
-msgid "unvisited"
-msgstr "vierailematon"
-
-#. Translators: This state represents an item on the screen that has been set
-#. insensitive (or grayed out).
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:504 ../src/orca/object_properties.py:508
-msgid "grayed"
-msgstr "harmaa"
-
-#. Translators: Certain objects (such as form controls on web pages) can have
-#. STATE_EDITABLE set to inform the user that this field can be filled out.
-#. It is assumed that form fields will be editable; if they lack this state,
-#. we need to present that information to the user. This string is the spoken
-#. version.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:515
-msgctxt "text"
-msgid "read only"
-msgstr "vain luku"
-
-#. Translators: Certain objects (such as form controls on web pages) can have
-#. STATE_EDITABLE set to inform the user that this field can be filled out.
-#. It is assumed that form fields will be editable; if they lack this state,
-#. we need to present that information to the user. This string is the braille
-#. version. (Because braille displays have limited real estate, we abbreviate.)
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:522
-msgctxt "text"
-msgid "rdonly"
-msgstr "luku"
-
-#. Translators: Certain objects (such as form controls on web pages) can have
-#. STATE_REQUIRED set to inform the user that this field must be filled out.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:526 ../src/orca/object_properties.py:530
-msgid "required"
-msgstr "vaadittu"
-
-#. Translators: "multi-select" refers to a web form list in which more than
-#. one item can be selected at a time.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:534
-msgid "multi-select"
-msgstr "monivalinta"
-
-#. Translators: STATE_INVALID_ENTRY indicates that the associated object, such
-#. as a form field, has an error. The following string is spoken when all we
-#. know is that an error has occurred, but not the type of error.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:539
-msgctxt "error"
-msgid "invalid entry"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: STATE_INVALID_ENTRY indicates that the associated object, such
-#. as a form field, has an error. The following string is displayed in braille
-#. when all we know is that an error has occurred, but not the type of error.
-#. We prefer a smaller string than in speech because braille displays have a
-#. limited size.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:546
-msgctxt "error"
-msgid "invalid"
-msgstr "virheellinen"
-
-#. Translators: STATE_INVALID_ENTRY indicates that the associated object, such
-#. as a form field, has an error. The following string is spoken when the error
-#. is related to spelling.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:551
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "spelling"
-msgctxt "error"
-msgid "invalid spelling"
-msgstr "oikeinkirjoitus"
-
-#. Translators: STATE_INVALID_ENTRY indicates that the associated object, such
-#. as a form field, has an error. The following string is displayed in braille
-#. when the error is related to spelling. We prefer a smaller string than in
-#. speech because braille displays have a limited size.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:557
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "textattr"
-#| msgid "spelling"
-msgctxt "error"
-msgid "spelling"
-msgstr "oikeinkirjoitus"
-
-#. Translators: STATE_INVALID_ENTRY indicates that the associated object, such
-#. as a form field, has an error. The following string is spoken when the error
-#. is related to grammar.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:562
-msgctxt "error"
-msgid "invalid grammar"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: STATE_INVALID_ENTRY indicates that the associated object, such
-#. as a form field, has an error. The following string is displayed in braille
-#. when the error is related to grammar. We prefer a smaller string than in
-#. speech because braille displays have a limited size.
-#: ../src/orca/object_properties.py:568
-msgctxt "error"
-msgid "grammar"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-find.ui.h:1
-msgid "Find"
-msgstr "Etsi"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-find.ui.h:2
-msgid "Screen Reader Find Dialog"
-msgstr "Näytönlukijan hakuikkuna"
-
-#. Translators: This is the label for a button in a dialog.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-find.ui.h:4
-msgid "_Close"
-msgstr "_Sulje"
-
-#. Translators: This is the label for a button in a dialog.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-find.ui.h:6
-msgid "_Find"
-msgstr "_Etsi"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-find.ui.h:7
-msgid "_Search for:"
-msgstr "_Etsi:"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-find.ui.h:8
-msgid "Search for:"
-msgstr "Etsi:"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-find.ui.h:10
-msgid "_Top of window"
-msgstr "Ikkunan _yläosasta"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-find.ui.h:11
-msgid "Top of window"
-msgstr "Ikkunan yläreunasta"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-find.ui.h:12
-msgid "Start from:"
-msgstr "Alkukohta:"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-find.ui.h:13
-msgid "_Wrap around"
-msgstr "Jatka _alusta"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-find.ui.h:14
-msgid "Search _backwards"
-msgstr "Etsi _taaksepäin"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-find.ui.h:15
-msgid "Search direction:"
-msgstr "Haun suunta:"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-find.ui.h:16
-msgid "_Match case"
-msgstr "Täsmää _kirjainkoko"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-find.ui.h:17
-msgid "Match _entire word only"
-msgstr "Täsmää vain _koko sanat"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-find.ui.h:18
-msgid "Results must:"
-msgstr "Tuloksien täytyy:"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:1
-msgid "Default"
-msgstr "Oletus"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:2
-msgid "Uppercase"
-msgstr "Isot kirjaimet"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:3
-msgid "Hyperlink"
-msgstr "Hyperlinkki"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:4
-msgid "System"
-msgstr "Järjestelmä"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:9
-msgid "Application"
-msgstr "Sovellus"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:10
-msgid "Window"
-msgstr "Ikkuna"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:11
-msgid "Screen Reader Preferences"
-msgstr "Näytönlukijan asetukset"
-
-#. Translators: This is the label for a button in a dialog.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:13
-msgid "_Help"
-msgstr "_Ohje"
-
-#. Translators: This is the label for a button in a dialog.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:15
-msgid "_Apply"
-msgstr "_Toteuta"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:21
-msgid "_Laptop"
-msgstr "_Kannettava"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:22
-msgid "Keyboard Layout"
-msgstr "Näppäimistön asettelu"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:23
-msgid "Active _Profile:"
-msgstr "Aktiivinen _profiili:"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:24
-msgid "Start-up Profile:"
-msgstr "Käynnistysprofiili:"
-
-#. This button will load the selected settings profile in the application.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:26
-msgid "_Load"
-msgstr "_Lataa"
-
-#. Translators: This is the label for a button in a dialog.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:28
-msgid "Save _As"
-msgstr "Tallenna _nimellä"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:29
-msgid "Profiles"
-msgstr "Profiilit"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:30
-msgid "_Present tooltips"
-msgstr "_Näkyvät vinkit"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:31
-msgid "Speak object under mo_use"
-msgstr "Puhu _kohde hiiren alla"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:32
-msgid "Mouse"
-msgstr "Hiiri"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:33
-msgid "_Time format:"
-msgstr "_Ajan muoto:"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:34
-msgid "Dat_e format:"
-msgstr "Päivä_yksen muoto:"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:35
-msgid "Time and Date"
-msgstr "Aika ja päiväys"
-
-#. Translators: This is an option in the Preferences dialog box related to the presentation of progress bar 
updates. If this checkbox is checked, Orca will periodically speak the current percentage.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:37
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "_Speak all"
-msgid "_Speak updates"
-msgstr "Puhu kaikki"
-
-#. Translators: This is an option in the Preferences dialog box related to the presentation of progress bar 
updates. If this checkbox is checked, Orca will periodically display the current percentage in braille.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:39
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Braille Indicator"
-msgid "_Braille updates"
-msgstr "Braille-ilmaisin"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:40
-msgid "10"
-msgstr "10"
-
-#. Translators: Here this is a label for a spin button through which a user can customize the frequency in 
seconds an announcement should be made regarding the current value of a progress bar.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:42
-msgctxt "ProgressBar"
-msgid "Frequency (secs):"
-msgstr "Taajuus (sekuntia):"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a setting which determines which progress bar updates should be announced. The 
options are all progress bars, only progress bars in the active application, or only progress bars in the 
current window.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:44
-msgid "Restrict to:"
-msgstr "Rajoitu:"
-
-#. Translators: This is an option in the Preferences dialog box related to the presentation of progress bar 
updates. If this checkbox is checked, Orca will periodically emit beeps which increase in pitch as the value 
of the progress bar increases.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:46
-msgid "Bee_p updates"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This is a label in the Preferences dialog box. It applies to several options related to 
which progress bars Orca should speak and how often Orca should speak them.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:48
-msgid "Progress Bar Updates"
-msgstr "Edistymispalkin päivitykset"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a Say All feature which speaks the entire document. Normally, pressing any key will 
interrupt Say All presentation. However, if rewind and fast forward is enabled, Up Arrow and Down Arrow can 
be used within Say All to quickly move within the document to re-hear something which was just read or skip 
past something of no interest.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:50
-msgid "Enable _rewind and fast forward in Say All"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a Say All feature which speaks the entire document. Normally, pressing any key will 
interrupt Say All presentation. However, if structural navigation is enabled for Say All, users can use 
commands such as H/Shift+H to jump to the next/previous heading, P/Shift+P to jump to the next/previous 
paragraph, T/Shift+T to jump to the next/previous table, and so on. Thus this setting is like fast forward 
and rewind, but with semantic awareness for web documents and similar content.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:52
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Toggles structural navigation keys."
-msgid "Enable _structural navigation in Say All"
-msgstr "Vaihtelee rakenteellisia navigointinäppäimiä."
-
-#. Translators: Say all by refers to the way that Orca will say (speak) an amount of text -- in particular, 
where Orca where insert pauses. There are currently two choices (supplied by a combo box to the right of this 
label): say all by sentence and say all by line.  If Orca were speaking a work of fiction, it would probably 
be best to do say all by sentence so it sounds more natural. If Orca were speaking something like a page of 
computer commands, doing a say all by line would work better.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:54
-msgid "Say All B_y:"
-msgstr "Lausu kaikki er_otellen seuraavasti:"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a Say All feature which speaks the entire document. Some users want to hear 
additional information about what is being spoken. If this checkbox is checked, Orca will announce that a 
blockquote has been entered before speaking the text. At the end of the text, Orca will announce that the 
blockquote is being exited.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:56
-msgid "Announce block_quotes in Say All"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a Say All feature which speaks the entire document. Some users want to hear 
additional information about what is being spoken. If this checkbox is checked, Orca will announce that a 
list with x items has been entered before speaking the content of that list. At the end of the list content, 
Orca will announce that the list is being exited.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:58
-msgid "Announce li_sts in Say All"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a Say All feature which speaks the entire document. Some users want to hear 
additional information about what is being spoken. If this checkbox is checked, Orca will announce that a 
table with x rows and y columns has been entered before speaking the content of that table. At the end of the 
table content, Orca will announce that the table is being exited.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:60
-msgid "Announce _tables in Say All"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a Say All feature which speaks the entire document. Some users want to hear 
additional information about what is being spoken. If this checkbox is checked, Orca will announce that a 
panel has been entered before speaking the new location. At the end of the panel contents, Orca will announce 
that the panel is being exited. A panel is a generic container of objects, such as a group of related form 
fields.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:62
-msgid "Announce _panels in Say All"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a Say All feature which speaks the entire document. Some users want to hear 
additional information about what is being spoken. If this checkbox is checked, Orca will announce that a 
form has been entered before speaking the contents of that form. At the end of the form, Orca will announce 
that the form is being exited.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:64
-msgid "Announce _forms in Say All"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a Say All feature which speaks the entire document. Some users want to hear 
additional information about what is being spoken. If this checkbox is checked, Orca will announce when an 
ARIA landmark has been entered or exited. ARIA landmarks are the W3C defined HTML tag attribute
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:66
-msgid "Announce land_marks in Say All"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:67
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Say All B_y:"
-msgid "Say All"
-msgstr "Lausu kaikki er_otellen seuraavasti:"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:68
-msgid "General"
-msgstr "Yleiset"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:69
-msgid "Vo_lume:"
-msgstr "_Voimakkuus:"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:70
-msgid "Pi_tch:"
-msgstr "Kor_keus:"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:71
-msgid "_Rate:"
-msgstr "_Nopeus:"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:72
-msgid "_Person:"
-msgstr "_Henkilö:"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:73
-msgid "Speech synthesi_zer:"
-msgstr "Puhe_syntetisaattori:"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:74
-msgid "Speech _system:"
-msgstr "Puhe_järjestelmä:"
-
-#. Translators: Having multiple voice types in Orca makes it possible for the user to more quickly identify 
properties of text non-visually, such as the fact that text is written in capital letters or is a link; or 
that text is actually visible on the screen as opposed to an Orca-specific message. The available voice types 
in Orca include: default, uppercase, hyperlink, and system -- each of which can be configured by the user to 
sound the way he/she finds most helpful. This string is displayed in the label for the combo box in which the 
user selects a voice type to configure.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:76
-msgid "_Voice type:"
-msgstr "_Äänen tyyppi:"
-
-#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via text-to-speech. Speech 
Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital letters are presented: Do nothing at all; say the word
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:78
-msgid "_Capitalization style:"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Having multiple voice types in Orca makes it possible for the user to more quickly identify 
properties of text non-visually, such as the fact that text is written in capital letters or is a link; or 
that text is actually visible on the screen as opposed to an Orca-specific message. The available voice types 
in Orca include: default, uppercase, hyperlink, and system -- each of which can be configured by the user to 
sound the way he/she finds most helpful. This string is displayed in the label for the group of all of the 
controls associated with configuring a particular voice type.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:80
-msgid "Voice Type Settings"
-msgstr "Äänen tyypin asetukset"
-
-#. Translators: multicase strings are StringsWithWordsMashedTogetherLikeThis.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:84
-msgid "Speak multicase strings as wor_ds"
-msgstr "Lausu yhteenkirjoitetut sanat _sanoina"
-
-#. Translators: If this setting is enabled, 123 will be spoken as the individual digits 1 2 3; otherwise, it 
will be sent to the synthesizer and (likely) spoken as one hundred and twenty three.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:86
-msgid "Speak _numbers as digits"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:87
-msgid "Global Voice Settings"
-msgstr "Yleiset ääniasetukset"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:88
-msgid "Voice"
-msgstr "Ääni"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:89
-msgid "_Enable speech"
-msgstr "Ota _puhe käyttöön"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:91
-msgid "Ver_bose"
-msgstr "_Suulas"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:92
-msgid "Verbosity"
-msgstr "Suulaus"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:97
-msgid "_All"
-msgstr "K_aikki"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:98
-msgid "Punctuation Level"
-msgstr "Välimerkkien taso"
-
-#. Translators: If this setting is enabled, Orca will only speak text which is actually displayed on the 
screen. It will NOT speak things like the role of an item (e.g. checkbox) or its state (e.g. not checked) or 
say misspelled to indicate the presence of red squiggly spelling error lines -- things which Orca normally 
speaks. This setting is primarily intended for low vision users and sighted users with a learning disability.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:100
-msgid "Only speak displayed text"
-msgstr "Puhu vain näytetty teksti"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:101
-msgid "Speak blank lines"
-msgstr "Puhu tyhjät rivit"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:102
-msgid "Speak _indentation and justification"
-msgstr "Puhu _sisennykset ja tasaukset"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:103
-msgid "Spea_k object mnemonics"
-msgstr "Puhu _kohteen oikotiet"
-
-#. Translators: This checkbox toggles whether or not Orca says the child position (e.g., item 6 of 7).
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:105
-msgid "Speak child p_osition"
-msgstr "Puhu lapsen s_ijainti"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:106
-msgid "Speak tutorial messages"
-msgstr "Puhu esittelyviestit"
-
-#. Translators: Orca has system messages which are similar in nature to notifications or announcements. They 
are most commonly used for Orca to communicate Orca-specific information to the user via speech, such as 
confirming the toggling of an Orca setting via command.  In instances where the message to be displayed is 
long/detailed, Orca provides a brief alternative. Users who prefer that brief alternative can uncheck this 
checkbox.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:108
-msgid "_System messages are detailed"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca has a command to present font and formatting information, including foreground and 
background color. The setting associated with this checkbox determines how Orca will speak colors: As rgb 
values or as names (e.g. light blue).
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:110
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Speak _cell coordinates"
-msgid "S_peak colors as names"
-msgstr "Puhu solun koordinaatit"
-
-#. Translators: Orca can optionally speak additional details as the user navigates (e.g. via the arrow keys) 
within document content.  If this checkbox is checked, Orca will announce that a blockquote has been entered 
as the user arrows into it and before speaking the text. Upon navigating out of the blockquote, Orca will 
announce that the blockquote has been exited prior to speaking the new location.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:112
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Toggles structural navigation keys."
-msgid "Announce block_quotes during navigation"
-msgstr "Vaihtelee rakenteellisia navigointinäppäimiä."
-
-#. Translators: Orca can optionally speak additional details as the user navigates (e.g. via the arrow keys) 
within document content.  If this checkbox is checked, Orca will announce that a list with x items has been 
entered as the user arrows into it and before speaking the list content. Upon navigating out of the list, 
Orca will announce that the list has been exited prior to speaking the new location.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:114
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Toggles structural navigation keys."
-msgid "Announce _lists during navigation"
-msgstr "Vaihtelee rakenteellisia navigointinäppäimiä."
-
-#. Translators: Orca can optionally speak additional details as the user navigates (e.g. via the arrow keys) 
within document content.  If this checkbox is checked, Orca will announce that a table with x rows and y 
columns has been entered as the user arrows into it and before speaking the table content. Upon navigating 
out of the table, Orca will announce that the table has been exited prior to speaking the new location.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:116
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Toggles structural navigation keys."
-msgid "Announce _tables during navigation"
-msgstr "Vaihtelee rakenteellisia navigointinäppäimiä."
-
-#. Translators: The misspelled-word indicator is the red squiggly line that appears underneath misspelled 
words in editable text fields. If this setting is enabled, when a user first moves into a word with this 
indicator, or types a misspelled word causing this indicator to appear, Orca will announce that the word is 
misspelled.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:118
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Speak _cell coordinates"
-msgid "Speak _misspelled-word indicator"
-msgstr "Puhu solun koordinaatit"
-
-#. Translators: Orca can optionally speak additional details as the user navigates (e.g. via the arrow keys) 
within document content.  If this checkbox is checked, Orca will announce that a panel has been entered as 
the user arrows into it and before speaking the new location. Upon navigating out of the panel, Orca will 
announce that the panel has been exited prior to speaking the new location. A panel is a generic container of 
objects, such as a group of related form fields.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:120
-msgid "Announce _panels during navigation"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca can optionally speak additional details as the user navigates (e.g. via the arrow keys) 
within document content.  If this checkbox is checked, Orca will announce the ARIA landmark that has been 
entered as the user arrows into it and before speaking the text. Upon navigating out of the landmark, Orca 
will announce that the landmark has been exited prior to speaking the new location. ARIA landmarks are the 
W3C defined HTML tag attribute
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:122
-msgid "Announce land_marks during navigation"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Orca can optionally speak additional details as the user navigates (e.g. via the arrow keys) 
within document content. If this checkbox is checked, Orca will announce that a form has been entered as the 
user arrows into it and before speaking the new location. Upon navigating out of the form, Orca will announce 
that the form has been exited prior to speaking the new location.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:124
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Toggles structural navigation keys."
-msgid "Announce _forms during navigation"
-msgstr "Vaihtelee rakenteellisia navigointinäppäimiä."
-
-#. Translators: If this checkbox is checked, Orca will speak the accessible description of an object. 
Whereas the accessible name of an object tends to be short and typically corresponds to what is displayed on 
screen, the contents of the accessible description tend to be longer, e.g. matching the text of the tooltip, 
and are sometimes redundant to the accessible name. Therefore, we allow the user to opt out of this 
additional information.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:126
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgctxt "structural navigation"
-#| msgid "Description"
-msgid "Speak _description"
-msgstr "Kuvaus"
-
-#. Translators: This checkbox is associated with the setting that determines what happens if a user presses 
Up or Down arrow to move row by row in a spreadsheet. If this setting is enabled, Orca will speak the entire 
row; if it is disabled, Orca will only speak the cell with focus.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:128
-msgid "Speak full row in sp_readsheets"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This checkbox is associated with the setting that determines what happens if a user presses 
Up or Down arrow to move row by row in a document table. In this context, document tables include tables such 
as those found in Writer documents as well as HTML table elements, but exclude spreadsheet tables such as 
found in Calc. If this setting is enabled, Orca will speak the entire row; if it is disabled, Orca will only 
speak the cell with focus.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:130
-msgid "Speak full row in _document tables"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: This checkbox is associated with the setting that determines what happens if a user presses 
Up or Down arrow to move row by row in a GUI table, such as a GtkTreeView. Document tables, such as those 
found in Writer and web content, and spreadsheet tables such as those found in Calc are not considered GUI 
tables. If this setting is enabled, Orca will speak the entire row; if it is disabled, Orca will only speak 
the cell with focus.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:132
-msgid "Speak full row in _GUI tables"
-msgstr ""
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:133
-msgid "Spoken Context"
-msgstr "Puhuttu asiayhteys"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:134
-msgid "Speech"
-msgstr "Puhe"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:135
-msgid "Enable Braille _support"
-msgstr "Ota Braille-_tuki käyttöön"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:136
-msgid "_Abbreviated role names"
-msgstr "_Lyhennetyt roolien nimet"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:137
-msgid "Disable _end of line symbol"
-msgstr "Poista rivin _loppumerkki käytöstä"
-
-#. Translators: This string is associated with a combo box which allows the user to select the set of 
symbols to be used when Orca presents print strings on a refreshable braille display. Braille symbols vary 
from language to language due in part to what print letters exist for that language. The other reason braille 
symbols vary is due to which braille contractions get used. Contractions are shorter forms of commonly-used 
letter combinations and words. For instance in English there is a single braille symbol for ing (dots 3-4-6), 
and the letter e (dots 1-5) all by itself represents the word every. The list of rules which dictate what 
contractions should be used and whether or not they can be used in a particular context are stored in tables 
provided by liblouis.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:139
-msgid "Contraction _Table:"
-msgstr "Lyhennys_taulu:"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:140
-msgid "_Enable Contracted Braille"
-msgstr "_Käytä lyhennettyä braillea"
-
-#. Translators: If this option is enabled, Orca will adjust the text shown on the braille display so that 
only full words are shown. If it is not enabled, Orca uses all of the cells on the display, but some words 
might not be fully shown requiring the user to scroll to see the remainder.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:142
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Enable echo by _word"
-msgid "Enable _word wrap"
-msgstr "Ota _sanojen kaiutus käyttöön"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:143
-msgid "Display Settings"
-msgstr "Näytä lisää valintoja"
-
-#. Translators: This option refers to the dot or dots in braille which will be used to underline certain 
characters.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:145
-msgctxt "braille dots"
-msgid "_None"
-msgstr "_Ei mitään"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:149
-msgid "Selection Indicator"
-msgstr "Valinnan ilmaisin"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:150
-msgid "Hyperlink Indicator"
-msgstr "Hyperlinkin ilmaisin"
-
-#. Translators: Braille flash messages are similar in nature to notifications or announcements in that they 
are temporarily shown on the refreshable braille display. Upon removal of the message, the original contents 
of the braille display are restored. This checkbox allows the user to toggle this feature.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:152
-msgid "Enable flash _messages"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Braille flash messages are similar in nature to notifications or announcements. They are 
most commonly used for Orca to communicate Orca-specific information to the user via braille, such as 
confirming the toggling of an Orca setting via command. The reason they are called flash messages by screen 
readers is that they are shown on the refreshable braille display for only a brief time, after which the 
original contents of the display are restored. This label is for the spin button through which a user can 
customize how long (in seconds) these temporary messages should be displayed.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:154
-msgid "Messa_ge duration (secs):"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Braille flash messages are similar in nature to notifications or announcements. They are 
most commonly used for Orca to communicate Orca-specific information to the user via braille, such as 
confirming the toggling of an Orca setting via command. The reason they are called flash messages by screen 
readers is that they are shown on the refreshable braille display for only a brief time, after which the 
original contents of the display are restored. Some users, however, would prefer to have the message remain 
displayed until they explicitly dismiss it. This can be accomplished by making flash messages persistent by 
checking this checkbox.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:156
-msgid "Messages are _persistent"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Braille flash messages are similar in nature to notifications or announcements. They are 
most commonly used for Orca to communicate Orca-specific information to the user via braille, such as 
confirming the toggling of an Orca setting via command. The reason they are called flash messages by screen 
readers is that they are shown on the refreshable braille display for only a brief time, after which the 
original contents of the display are restored. In instances where the message to be displayed is 
long/detailed, Orca provides a brief alternative. Users who prefer the brief alternative can uncheck this 
checkbox.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:158
-msgid "Messages are _detailed"
-msgstr ""
-
-#. Translators: Braille flash messages are similar in nature to notifications or announcements. They are 
most commonly used for Orca to communicate Orca-specific information to the user via braille, such as 
confirming the toggling of an Orca setting via command. The reason they are called flash messages by screen 
readers is that they are shown on the refreshable braille display for only a brief time, after which the 
original contents of the display are restored.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:160
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Global Voice Settings"
-msgid "Flash Message Settings"
-msgstr "Yleiset ääniasetukset"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:161
-msgid "Braille"
-msgstr "Braille"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:162
-msgid "Enable _key echo"
-msgstr "Ota näppäinten _kaiutus käyttöön"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:163
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Enable _navigation keys"
-msgid "Enable _alphabetic keys"
-msgstr "Ota _navigointinäppäimet käyttöön"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:164
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Enable _modifier keys"
-msgid "Enable n_umeric keys"
-msgstr "Ota _muokkainnäppäimet käyttöön"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:165
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "Enable _function keys"
-msgid "Enable _punctuation keys"
-msgstr "Ota _funktionäppäimet käyttöön"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:166
-#, fuzzy
-#| msgid "_Enable speech"
-msgid "Enable _space"
-msgstr "Ota _puhe käyttöön"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:167
-msgid "Enable _modifier keys"
-msgstr "Ota _muokkainnäppäimet käyttöön"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:168
-msgid "Enable _function keys"
-msgstr "Ota _funktionäppäimet käyttöön"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:169
-msgid "Enable ac_tion keys"
-msgstr "Ota _toimintonäppäimet käyttöön"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:170
-msgid "Enable _navigation keys"
-msgstr "Ota _navigointinäppäimet käyttöön"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:175
-msgid "Enable echo by _word"
-msgstr "Ota _sanojen kaiutus käyttöön"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:176
-msgid "Enable echo by _sentence"
-msgstr "Ota _virkkeen kaiutus käyttöön"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:177
-msgid "Key Echo"
-msgstr "Näppäinten kaiutus"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:178
-msgid "Screen Reader _Modifier Key(s):"
-msgstr "Näytönlukijan _muokkainnäppäimet:"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:179
-msgid "Key Bindings"
-msgstr "Pikanäppäimet"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:180
-msgid "Pronunciation Dictionary"
-msgstr "Äännesanakirja"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:181
-msgid "_New entry"
-msgstr "_Uusi kohta"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:182
-msgid "_Delete"
-msgstr "_Poista"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:183
-msgid "Pronunciation"
-msgstr "Ääntämisasu"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:184
-msgid "_Speak all"
-msgstr "Puhu kaikki"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:185
-msgid "Speak _none"
-msgstr "Älä puhu mitään"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:186
-msgid "_Reset"
-msgstr "_Nollaa"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:187
-msgid "Text attributes"
-msgstr "Tekstin ominaisuudet"
-
-#. Translators: This label is on a button on the Text Attributes pane of the Orca Preferences dialog. On 
that pane there is a long list of possible text attributes. The user can select one and then, by using the 
Move to _bottom button, move that attribute to the bottom of the list. The ordering in the list is important 
as Orca will speak the selected text attributes in the given order.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:189
-msgid "Move to _bottom"
-msgstr "Siirry alimmaiseen"
-
-#. Translators: This label is on a button on the Text Attributes pane of the Orca Preferences dialog. On 
that pane there is a long list of possible text attributes. The user can select one and then, by using the 
Move _down one button, move that attribute down one line in the list. The ordering in the list is important 
as Orca will speak the selected text attributes in the given order.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:191
-msgid "Move _down one"
-msgstr "Siirrä alas"
-
-#. Translators: This label is on a button on the Text Attributes pane of the Orca Preferences dialog. On 
that pane there is a long list of possible text attributes. The user can select one and then, by using the 
Move _up one button, move that attribute up one line in the list. The ordering in the list is important as 
Orca will speak the selected text attributes in the given order.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:193
-msgid "Move _up one"
-msgstr "Siirry yksi ylös"
-
-#. Translators:  This label is on a button on the Text Attributes pane of the Orca Preferences dialog. On 
that pane there is a long list of possible text attributes. The user can select one and then, by using the 
Move to _top button, move that attribute to the top of the list. The ordering in the list is important as 
Orca will speak the selected text attributes in the given order.
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:195
-msgid "Move to _top"
-msgstr "Siirrä ylimmäiseen"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:196
-msgid "Adjust selected attributes"
-msgstr "Säädä valittuja ominaisuuksia"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:197
-msgid "Braille Indicator"
-msgstr "Braille-ilmaisin"
-
-#: ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:198
-msgid "Text Attributes"
-msgstr "Tekstin ominaisuudet"
-
-#. Translators: this is a structure to assist in the generation of
-#. spoken military-style spelling.  For example, 'abc' becomes 'alpha
-#. bravo charlie'.
-#.
-#. It is a simple structure that consists of pairs of
-#.
-#. letter : word(s)
-#.
-#. where the letter and word(s) are separate by colons and each
-#. pair is separated by commas.  For example, we see:
-#.
-#. a : alpha, b : bravo, c : charlie,
-#.
-#. And so on.  The complete set should consist of all the letters from
-#. the alphabet for your language paired with the common
-#. military/phonetic word(s) used to describe that letter.
-#.
-#. The Wikipedia entry
-#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NATO_phonetic_alphabet has a few
-#. interesting tidbits about local conventions in the sections
-#. "Additions in German, Danish and Norwegian" and "Variants".
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/phonnames.py:53
-msgid ""
-"a : alpha, b : bravo, c : charlie, d : delta, e : echo, f : foxtrot, g : "
-"golf, h : hotel, i : india, j : juliet, k : kilo, l : lima, m : mike, n : "
-"november, o : oscar, p : papa, q : quebec, r : romeo, s : sierra, t : tango, "
-"u : uniform, v : victor, w : whiskey, x : xray, y : yankee, z : zulu"
-msgstr ""
-"a : aarne, b : bertta, c : celcius, d : daavid, e : eemeli, f : faarao, g : "
-"gideon, h : heikki, i : iivari, j : jussi, k : kalle, l : lauri, m : matti, "
-"n : niilo, o : otto, p : paavo, q : kuu, r : risto, s : sakari, t : tyyne, "
-"u : urho, v : vihtori, w : wiski, x : äksä, y : yrjö, z : tseta, å : åke, "
-"ä : äiti, ö : öljy"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the background color of the text.
-#. The value is an RGB value of the format "u,u,u".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:61
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "background color"
-msgstr "taustaväri"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies whether to make the background
-#. color for each character the height of the highest font used on the
-#. current line, or the height of the font used for the current character.
-#. It will be a "true" or "false" value.
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:70
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "background full height"
-msgstr "taustakuvan täysi korkeus"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies whether a GdkBitmap is set for
-#. stippling the background color. It will be a "true" or "false" value.
-#. See
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:77
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "background stipple"
-msgstr "taustan kuviopeite"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the direction of the text.
-#. Values are "none", "ltr" or "rtl".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:84
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "direction"
-msgstr "suunta"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies whether the text is editable.
-#. It will be a "true" or "false" value.
-#. See
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:91
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "editable"
-msgstr "muokattavissa"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the font family name of the text.
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:97
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "family name"
-msgstr "fonttiperheen nimi"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the foreground color of the text.
-#. The value is an RGB value of the format "u,u,u".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:104
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "foreground color"
-msgstr "edustaväri"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies whether a GdkBitmap is set for
-#. stippling the foreground color. It will be a "true" or "false" value.
-#. See
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:111
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "foreground stipple"
-msgstr "edustan kuviopeite"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the effect applied to the font
-#. used by the text.
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/2002/WD-css3-fonts-20020802/#font-effect
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:119
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "font effect"
-msgstr "fontin efekti"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the indentation of the text
-#. (in pixels).
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:126
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "indent"
-msgstr "sisennys"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies there is something "wrong" with
-#. the text, such as it being a misspelled word. See:
-#. https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Accessibility/AT-APIs/Gecko/TextAttrs
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:132
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "mistake"
-msgstr "virhe"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies there is something "wrong" with
-#. the text, such as it being a misspelled word. See:
-#. https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Accessibility/AT-APIs/Gecko/TextAttrs
-#.
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies whether the text is invisible.
-#. It will be a "true" or "false" value.
-#. See
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:143
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "invisible"
-msgstr "näkymätön"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies how the justification of the text.
-#. Values are "left", "right", "center" or "fill".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:150
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "justification"
-msgstr "tasaus"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the language that the text is
-#. written in.
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:157
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "language"
-msgstr "kieli"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the pixel width of the left margin.
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:163
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "left margin"
-msgstr "vasen marginaali"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the height of the line of text.
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-CSS2-19980512/visudet.html#propdef-line-height
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:170
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "line height"
-msgstr "rivin korkeus"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute refers to the named style which is associated
-#. with the entire paragraph and which controls the default formatting
-#. (font, text size, alignment, etc.) of that paragraph. Examples of
-#. paragraph styles include "Heading 1", "Heading 2", "Caption", "Footnote",
-#. "Text Body", "Title", and "Subtitle".
-#. See:
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:180
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "paragraph style"
-msgstr "kappaleen tyyli"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the pixels of blank space to
-#. leave above each newline-terminated line.
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:187
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "pixels above lines"
-msgstr "pikseleitä rivin yläpuolella"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the pixels of blank space to
-#. leave below each newline-terminated line.
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:194
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "pixels below lines"
-msgstr "pikseleitä rivien alapuolella"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the pixels of blank space to
-#. leave between wrapped lines inside the same newline-terminated line
-#. (paragraph).
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:202
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "pixels inside wrap"
-msgstr "pikseleitä rivityksen sisällä"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the pixel width of the right margin.
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:208
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "right margin"
-msgstr "oikea marginaali"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the number of pixels that the
-#. text characters are risen above the baseline.
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:215
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "rise"
-msgstr "nosta"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the scale of the characters. The
-#. value is a string representation of a double.
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:222
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "scale"
-msgstr "mittakaava"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the size of the text.
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:228
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "size"
-msgstr "koko"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the stretch of he text, if set.
-#. Values are "ultra_condensed", "extra_condensed", "condensed",
-#. "semi_condensed", "normal", "semi_expanded", "expanded",
-#. "extra_expanded" or "ultra_expanded".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:237
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "stretch"
-msgstr "venytys"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies whether the text is strike though
-#. (in other words, whether there is a line drawn through it). Values are
-#. "true" or "false".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:245
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "strike through"
-msgstr "yliviivaus"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the slant style of the text,
-#. if set. Values are "normal", "oblique" or "italic".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:252
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "style"
-msgstr "tyyli"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the decoration of the text.
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-CSS2-19980512/text.html#propdef-text-decoration
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:259
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "text decoration"
-msgstr "tekstin korostus"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the angle at which the text is
-#. displayed (i.e. rotated from the norm) and is represented in degrees
-#. of rotation.
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/2003/CR-css3-text-20030514/#glyph-orientation-horizontal
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:268
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "text rotation"
-msgstr "tekstin kierto"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the shadow effects applied to the text.
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-CSS2-19980512/text.html#propdef-text-shadow
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:275
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "text shadow"
-msgstr "tekstin varjo"
-
-#. Translators: this attributes specifies whether the text is underlined.
-#. Values are "none", "single", "double" or "low".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:282
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "underline"
-msgstr "alleviivaus"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the capitalization variant of
-#. the text, if set. Values are "normal" or "small_caps".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:289
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "variant"
-msgstr "vaihtoehto"
-
-#. Translators: this attributes specifies what vertical alignment property
-#. has been applied to the text.
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-CSS2-19980512/visudet.html#propdef-vertical-align
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:296
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "vertical align"
-msgstr "pystytasaus"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the weight of the text.
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-CSS2-19980512/fonts.html#propdef-font-weight
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:303
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "weight"
-msgstr "paino"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the wrap mode of the text, if any.
-#. Values are "none", "char" or "word".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:310
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "wrap mode"
-msgstr "tasaustila"
-
-#. Translators: this attribute specifies the way the text is written.
-#. Values are "lr-tb", "rl-tb", "tb-rl", "tb-lr", "bt-rl", "bt-lr", "lr",
-#. "rl" and "tb".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/WD-css3-text-20010517/#PrimaryTextAdvanceDirection
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:319
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "writing mode"
-msgstr "kirjoitustila"
-
-#. The following are the known values of some of these text attributes.
-#. These values were found in the Atk documentation at:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#. No doubt there will be more, and as they are found, they can be added
-#. to this table so they can be translated.
-#.
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "invisible", "editable", bg-full-height", "strikethrough",
-#. "bg-stipple" and "fg-stipple".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:335
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "true"
-msgstr "tosi"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "invisible", "editable", bg-full-height", "strikethrough",
-#. "bg-stipple" and "fg-stipple".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:343
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "false"
-msgstr "epätosi"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "font-effect", "underline", "text-shadow", "wrap mode"
-#. and "direction".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:352
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "none"
-msgstr "ei mitään"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "font-effect".
-#. See:
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:359
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "engrave"
-msgstr "kaiverrettu"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "font-effect".
-#. See:
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:366
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "emboss"
-msgstr "korkokuva"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "font-effect".
-#. See:
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:373
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "outline"
-msgstr "ääriviiva"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "text-decoration".
-#. See:
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:380
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "overline"
-msgstr "yliviivaus"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "text-decoration".
-#. See:
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:387
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "line through"
-msgstr "rivinyliviivaus"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "text-decoration".
-#. See:
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:394
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "blink"
-msgstr "vilkkuva"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "text-shadow".
-#. See:
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:401
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "black"
-msgstr "musta"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "underline".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:408
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "single"
-msgstr "yksinkertainen"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "underline".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:415
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "double"
-msgstr "kaksinkertainen"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "underline".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:422
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "low"
-msgstr "matala"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "wrap mode".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:429
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "char"
-msgstr "merkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "wrap mode".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:436
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "word"
-msgstr "sana"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "wrap mode." It corresponds to GTK_WRAP_WORD_CHAR,
-#. defined in the Gtk documentation as "Wrap text, breaking lines in
-#. between words, or if that is not enough, also between graphemes."
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#. http://library.gnome.org/devel/gtk/stable/GtkTextTag.html#GtkWrapMode
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:446
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "word char"
-msgstr "kirjainmerkki"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "direction".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:453
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "ltr"
-msgstr "ltr"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "direction".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:460
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "rtl"
-msgstr "rtl"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "justification".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:467
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "left"
-msgstr "vasen"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "justification".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:474
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "right"
-msgstr "oikea"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "justification".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:481
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "center"
-msgstr "keskitetty"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "justification". In Gecko, when no justification has
-#. be explicitly set, they report a justification of "start".
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:487
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "no justification"
-msgstr "ei tasattu"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "justification".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:494
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "fill"
-msgstr "täytetty"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "stretch".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:501
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "ultra condensed"
-msgstr "erityisen tiivistetty"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "stretch".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:508
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "extra condensed"
-msgstr "paljon tiivistetty"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "stretch".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:515
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "condensed"
-msgstr "tiivistetty"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "stretch".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:522
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "semi condensed"
-msgstr "vähän tiivistetty"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "stretch" and "variant".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:529
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "normal"
-msgstr "tavallinen"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "stretch".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:536
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "semi expanded"
-msgstr "vähän laajennettu"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "stretch".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:543
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "expanded"
-msgstr "laajennettu"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "stretch".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:550
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "extra expanded"
-msgstr "paljon laajennettu"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "stretch".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:557
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "ultra expanded"
-msgstr "hyvin paljon laajennettu"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "variant".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:564
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "small caps"
-msgstr "pienet suuraakkoset"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "style".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:571
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "oblique"
-msgstr "kallistettu"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "style".
-#. See:
-#. http://developer.gnome.org/atk/stable/AtkText.html#AtkTextAttribute
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:578
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "italic"
-msgstr "kursiivi"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "paragraph-style".
-#. See:
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:585
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "Default"
-msgstr "Oletus"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "paragraph-style".
-#. See:
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:592
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "Text body"
-msgstr "Tekstin runko"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "paragraph-style".
-#. See:
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:599
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "Heading"
-msgstr "Otsake"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "vertical-align".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-CSS2-19980512/visudet.html#propdef-vertical-align
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:607
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "baseline"
-msgstr "peruslinja"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "vertical-align".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-CSS2-19980512/visudet.html#propdef-vertical-align
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:614
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "sub"
-msgstr "alaviite"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "vertical-align".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-CSS2-19980512/visudet.html#propdef-vertical-align
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:621
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "super"
-msgstr "yläviite"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "vertical-align".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-CSS2-19980512/visudet.html#propdef-vertical-align
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:628
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "top"
-msgstr "ylä"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "vertical-align".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-CSS2-19980512/visudet.html#propdef-vertical-align
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:635
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "text-top"
-msgstr "tekstin-yläosa"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "vertical-align".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-CSS2-19980512/visudet.html#propdef-vertical-align
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:642
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "middle"
-msgstr "keskellä"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "vertical-align".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-CSS2-19980512/visudet.html#propdef-vertical-align
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:649
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "bottom"
-msgstr "alhaalla"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "vertical-align".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-CSS2-19980512/visudet.html#propdef-vertical-align
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:656
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "text-bottom"
-msgstr "tekstin-alaosa"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "vertical-align" and "writing-mode".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/REC-CSS2-19980512/visudet.html#propdef-vertical-align
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/WD-css3-text-20010517/#PrimaryTextAdvanceDirection
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:664
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "inherit"
-msgstr "peri"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "writing-mode".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/WD-css3-text-20010517/#PrimaryTextAdvanceDirection
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:671
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "lr-tb"
-msgstr "lr-tb"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "writing-mode".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/WD-css3-text-20010517/#PrimaryTextAdvanceDirection
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:678
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "rl-tb"
-msgstr "rl-tb"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "writing-mode".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/WD-css3-text-20010517/#PrimaryTextAdvanceDirection
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:685
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "tb-rl"
-msgstr "tb-rl"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "writing-mode".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/WD-css3-text-20010517/#PrimaryTextAdvanceDirection
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:692
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "tb-lr"
-msgstr "tb-lr"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "writing-mode".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/WD-css3-text-20010517/#PrimaryTextAdvanceDirection
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:699
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "bt-rl"
-msgstr "bt-rl"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "writing-mode".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/WD-css3-text-20010517/#PrimaryTextAdvanceDirection
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:706
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "bt-lr"
-msgstr "bt-lr"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "writing-mode".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/WD-css3-text-20010517/#PrimaryTextAdvanceDirection
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:713
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "lr"
-msgstr "lr"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "writing-mode".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/WD-css3-text-20010517/#PrimaryTextAdvanceDirection
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:720
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "rl"
-msgstr "rl"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "writing-mode".
-#. See:
-#. http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/WD-css3-text-20010517/#PrimaryTextAdvanceDirection
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:727
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "tb"
-msgstr "tb"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "strikethrough." It refers to the line style.
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:732
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "solid"
-msgstr "kiinteä"
-
-#. Translators: this is one of the text attribute values for the following
-#. text attributes: "invalid". It is an indication that the text is not
-#. spelled correctly. See:
-#. https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Accessibility/AT-APIs/Gecko/TextAttrs
-#.
-#. Translators: This is the text-spelling attribute. See:
-#. http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Accessibility/TextAttributes
-#.
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:739
-#: ../src/orca/text_attribute_names.py:744
-msgctxt "textattr"
-msgid "spelling"
-msgstr "oikeinkirjoitus"
-
-#. Translators: this is a tip for the user on how to toggle a checkbox.
-#: ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:161
-msgid "Press space to toggle."
-msgstr "Paina välilyöntiä vaihtaaksesi asetusta."
-
-#. Translators: this is a tip for the user on how to interact
-#. with a combobox.
-#: ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:188
-msgid "Press space to expand, and use up and down to select an item."
-msgstr "Paina välilyöntiä laajentaaksesi, ja ylös/alas valitaksesi kohteen."
-
-#. Translators: If this application has more than one unfocused alert or
-#. dialog window, inform user of how to refocus these.
-#: ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:219
-msgid "Press alt+f6 to give focus to child windows."
-msgstr "Paina Alt+F6 siirtääksesi kohdistuksen lapsi-ikkunoille."
-
-#. Translators: this gives tips on how to navigate items in a
-#. layered pane.
-#: ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:283
-msgid "To move to items, use either the arrow keys or type ahead searching."
-msgstr "Siirrä kohteita nuolinäppäimillä tai jatka kirjoittamista."
-
-#. Translators: this is the tutorial string for when first landing
-#. on the desktop, describing how to access the system menus.
-#: ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:289
-msgid "To get to the system menus press the alt+f1 key."
-msgstr "Avaa järjestelmävalikot näppäinyhdistelmällä Alt+F1."
-
-#. Translators: this is the tutorial string when navigating lists.
-#: ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:326
-msgid "Use up and down to select an item."
-msgstr "Paina ylös tai alas valitaksesi kohteen."
-
-#. Translators: this represents the state of a node in a tree.
-#. 'expanded' means the children are showing.
-#. 'collapsed' means the children are not showing.
-#. this string informs the user how to collapse the node.
-#: ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:356 ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:536
-msgid "To collapse, press shift plus left."
-msgstr "Supistaaksesi paina vaihto + vasemmalle."
-
-#. Translators: this represents the state of a node in a tree.
-#. 'expanded' means the children are showing.
-#. 'collapsed' means the children are not showing.
-#. this string informs the user how to expand the node.
-#: ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:362 ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:542
-msgid "To expand, press shift plus right."
-msgstr "Laajentaaksesi paina vaihto + oikealle."
-
-#. Translators: this is the tutorial string for activating a menu item
-#: ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:394
-msgid "To activate press return."
-msgstr "Paina Enter aktivoidaksesi."
-
-#. Translators: This is the tutorial string for when landing
-#. on text fields.
-#: ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:424
-msgid "Type in text."
-msgstr "Kirjoita tekstiä."
-
-#. Translators: this is the tutorial string for landing
-#. on a page tab, we are informing the
-#. user how to navigate these.
-#: ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:452
-msgid "Use left and right to view other tabs."
-msgstr "Paina vasen- tai oikea-nuolinäppäintä nähdäksesi muut välilehdet."
-
-#. Translators: this is the tutorial string for activating a push button.
-#: ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:477
-msgid "To activate press space."
-msgstr "Paina välilyöntiä aktivoidaksesi."
-
-#. Translators: this is the tutorial string for when landing
-#. on a spin button.
-#: ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:505
-msgid ""
-"Use up or down arrow to select value. Or type in the desired numerical value."
-msgstr ""
-"Paina ylös- tai alas-nuolinäppäintä valitaksesi arvon, tai kirjoita haluttu "
-"numeerinen arvo."
-
-#. Translators: this is a tip for the user, how to navigate radiobuttons.
-#: ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:668
-msgid "Use arrow keys to change."
-msgstr "Käytä nuolinäppäimiä muuttaaksesi."
-
-#. Translators: this is a tip for the user, how to navigate menus.
-#: ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:693
-msgid ""
-"To navigate, press left or right arrow. To move through items press up or "
-"down arrow."
-msgstr ""
-"Paina vasen- tai oikea-nuolinäppäintä siirtyäksesi. Siirtyäksesi kohteissa "
-"paina ylös- tai alas-nuolinäppäintä."
-
-#. Translators: this is a tip for the user, how to
-#. navigate into sub menus.
-#: ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:698
-msgid "To enter sub menu, press right arrow."
-msgstr "Paina nuolinäppäintä oikealle siirtyäksesi alavalikkoon."
-
-#. Translators: this is the tutorial string for when landing
-#. on a slider.
-#: ../src/orca/tutorialgenerator.py:730
-msgid ""
-"To decrease press left arrow, to increase press right arrow. To go to "
-"minimum press home, and for maximum press end."
-msgstr ""
-"Vähentääksesi paina vasen-nuolinäppäintä, lisätäksesi oikea-nuolinäppäintä. "
-"Pienimpään arvoon pääset painamalla Home-näppäintä, ja suurimpaan painamalla "
-"End-näppäintä."
-
-#~ msgid "Read the latest n messages in the incoming messages text area."
-#~ msgstr "Lue viimeisimmän n viestiä saapuvien viestien alueelta."
-
-#~ msgid "Work online / offline"
-#~ msgstr "Yhteydellinen ja yhteydetön tila"
-
-#~ msgid "Display more options"
-#~ msgstr "Näytä lisää valintoja"
-
-#~ msgid "Screen Reader"
-#~ msgstr "Näytönlukija"
-
-#~ msgid "Orca Screen Reader"
-#~ msgstr "Orca-näytönlukija"
-
-#~ msgid ""
-#~ "Provide access to graphical desktop environments via synthesized speech "
-#~ "and/or refreshable braille"
-#~ msgstr ""
-#~ "Mahdollistaa graafisten työpöytäympäristöjen käytön synteettisen puheen "
-#~ "ja/tai pistekirjoituksen avulla"
-
-#~ msgid "screen reader;speech;braille;"
-#~ msgstr "screen reader;speech;braille;näytönlukija;puhe;pistekirjoitus;"
-
-#~ msgid "comparison unknown"
-#~ msgstr "tuntematon vertailu"
-
-#~ msgid "bookmark is current object"
-#~ msgstr "kirjanmerkki nykyiseen kohteeseen"
-
-#~ msgid "bookmark and current object have same parent"
-#~ msgstr "kirjanmerkillä ja nykyisellä kohteella on sama vanhempi"
-
-#~ msgid "shared ancestor %s"
-#~ msgstr "jaettu vanhempi %s"
-
-#~ msgid "^[Yy1]"
-#~ msgstr "^[YyKk1]"
-
-#~ msgid "^[Nn0]"
-#~ msgstr "^[NnEe0]"
-
-#~ msgid "Enable Braille?  Enter y or n: "
-#~ msgstr "Otetanko braille käyttöön? Vastaa y tai n: "
-
-#~ msgid "Enable key echo?  Enter y or n: "
-#~ msgstr "Otetaanko käyttöön näppäinten kaiutus? Vastaa y tai n: "
-
-#~ msgid "Enable alphanumeric and punctuation keys?  Enter y or n: "
-#~ msgstr "Kaiutetaanko alfanumeeriset merkit ja välimerkit? Vastaa y tai n: "
-
-#~ msgid "Enable modifier keys?  Enter y or n: "
-#~ msgstr "Käytetäänkö muokkainnäppäimiä? Vastaa y tai n: "
-
-#~ msgid "Enable function keys?  Enter y or n: "
-#~ msgstr "Kaiutetaanko funktionäppäimet? Vastaa y tai n: "
-
-#~ msgid "Enable action keys?  Enter y or n: "
-#~ msgstr "Kaiutetaanko toimintonäppäimet? Vastaa y tai n: "
-
-#~ msgid "Enable echo by word?  Enter y or n: "
-#~ msgstr "Käytetäänkö sanakohtaista kaiutusta? Vastaa y tai n: "
-
-#~ msgid "Enter choice: "
-#~ msgstr "Syötä valinta: "
-
-#~ msgid "Please enter a valid number."
-#~ msgstr "Syötä kelvollinen numero."
-
-#~ msgid "Please enter y or n."
-#~ msgstr "Vastaa y tai n."
-
-#~ msgid "Select desired keyboard layout."
-#~ msgstr "Valitse haluamasi näppäinasettelu:"
-
-#~ msgid "1. Desktop"
-#~ msgstr "1. Työpöytä"
-
-#~ msgid "2. Laptop"
-#~ msgstr "2. Kannettava"
-
-#~ msgid "Select desired speech server."
-#~ msgstr "Valitse haluamasi puhepalvelin."
-
-#~ msgid "Select desired speech system:"
-#~ msgstr "Valitse haluamasi puhejärjestelmä:"
-
-#~ msgid "Select desired voice:"
-#~ msgstr "Valitse haluamasi ääni:"
-
-#~ msgid "No servers available.\n"
-#~ msgstr "Palvelimia ei ole käytettävissä.\n"
-
-#~ msgid "No voices available.\n"
-#~ msgstr "Puheääniä ei ole saatavilla.\n"
-
-#~ msgid "Speech will not be used.\n"
-#~ msgstr "Puhetta ei käytetä.\n"
-
-#~| msgid "Screen Reader"
-#~ msgid "Screen reader setup."
-#~ msgstr "Näytönlukijan määrittely."
-
-#~ msgid "Setup complete.  Press Return to continue."
-#~ msgstr "Määrittely valmis. Paina Return jatkaaksesi."
-
-#~ msgid "Speak ro_w"
-#~ msgstr "Puhu _rivi"
-
-#~ msgid "Table Rows"
-#~ msgstr "Taulun rivit"
-
-#~ msgctxt "ProgressBarUpdates"
-#~ msgid "Enable_d"
-#~ msgstr "K_äytössä"
-
-#~ msgid "Enable _alphanumeric and punctuation keys"
-#~ msgstr "Käytä _alfanumeerisia merkkejä ja välimerkkejä"
-
-#~ msgid "Desk "
-#~ msgstr "Työpöytä "
-
-#~ msgid "Check Spelling"
-#~ msgstr "Tarkista oikeinkirjoitus"
-
-#~ msgid "%(key)s %(value)s pixel"
-#~ msgid_plural "%(key)s %(value)s pixels"
-#~ msgstr[0] "%(key)s %(value)s pikseli"
-#~ msgstr[1] "%(key)s %(value)s pikseliä"
-
-#~ msgid "Goes to previous anchor."
-#~ msgstr "Siirtää edelliseen ankkuriin."
-
-#~ msgid "Goes to next anchor."
-#~ msgstr "Siirtää seuraavaan ankkuriin."
-
-#~ msgid "_Position cursor at start of line when navigating vertically"
-#~ msgstr "_Sijoita kohdistin rivin alkuun, kun navigoidaan pystysuunnassa"
-
-#~ msgid "No more anchors."
-#~ msgstr "Ei lisää ankkureita."
-
-#~ msgid "open"
-#~ msgstr "avaa"
+# Finnish messages for orca.
+# Copyright (C) 2006-2009 Ilkka Tuohela, Timo Jyrinki.
+# Suomennos: https://l10n.gnome.org/teams/fi/
+#
+# Gnome 2012-03 Finnish translation sprint participants:
+#
+# Ilkka Tuohela <hile iki fi>, 2006-2009.
+# Timo Jyrinki <timo jyrinki iki fi>, 2008.
+# Tommi Vainikainen <thv iki fi>, 2010.
+# Lasse Liehu <lasse liehu gmail com>, 2014.
+# Jiri Grönroos <jiri gronroos+l10n iki fi>, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014.
+#
+msgid ""
+msgstr ""
+"Project-Id-Version: orca\n"
+"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/orcaorca/issues\n";
+"POT-Creation-Date: 2018-09-20 16:50+0000\n"
+"PO-Revision-Date: 2019-04-04 20:47+0300\n"
+"Last-Translator: Jiri Grönroos <jiri gronroos+l10n iki fi>\n"
+"Language-Team: suomi <gnome-fi-laatu lists sourceforge net>\n"
+"Language: fi\n"
+"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
+"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8\n"
+"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
+"Plural-Forms: nplurals=2; plural=(n != 1);\n"
+"X-POT-Import-Date: 2012-03-05 14:45:41+0000\n"
+"X-Generator: Poedit 1.8.11\n"
+"X-Poedit-Bookmarks: 814,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1\n"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an invalid GUI object.
+#. We strive to keep it under three characters to preserve real estate.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:36
+msgid "???"
+msgstr "???"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an alert dialog.
+#. NOTE for all the short braille words: they we strive to keep them
+#. around three characters to preserve real estate on the braille
+#. display.  The letters are chosen to make them unique across all
+#. other rolenames, and they typically act like an abbreviation.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:43
+msgid "alrt"
+msgstr "hlts"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an animation widget.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:46
+msgid "anim"
+msgstr "anim"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an arrow widget.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:49
+msgid "arw"
+msgstr "nli"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a calendar widget.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:52
+msgid "cal"
+msgstr "kal"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a canvas widget.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:55
+msgid "cnv"
+msgstr "kng"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a caption (e.g.,
+#. table caption).
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:59
+msgid "cptn"
+msgstr "ots"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a checkbox.
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a check menu item.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:62 ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:65
+msgid "chk"
+msgstr "vlr"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a color chooser.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:68
+msgid "clrchsr"
+msgstr "värval"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a column header.
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a table column header.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:71 ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:230
+msgid "colhdr"
+msgstr "srkots"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a combo box.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:74
+msgid "cbo"
+msgstr "yhd"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a date editor.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:77
+msgid "dat"
+msgstr "pvm"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a desktop icon.
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a icon.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:80 ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:131
+msgid "icn"
+msgstr "kvk"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a desktop frame.
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a frame.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:83 ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:119
+msgid "frm"
+msgstr "khs"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a dial.
+#. You should attempt to treat it as an abbreviation of
+#. the translated word for "dial".  It is OK to use an
+#. unabbreviated word as long as it is relatively short.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:89
+msgctxt "shortbraille"
+msgid "dial"
+msgstr "nmrlv"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a dialog.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:92
+msgid "dlg"
+msgstr "vli"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a directory pane.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:95
+msgid "dip"
+msgstr "hkmpn"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an HTML document frame.
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an html container.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:98 ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:128
+msgid "html"
+msgstr "html"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a drawing area.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:101
+msgid "draw"
+msgstr "prt"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a file chooser.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:104
+msgid "fchsr"
+msgstr "tdval"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a filler.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:107
+msgid "flr"
+msgstr "tyt"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a font chooser.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:110
+msgid "fnt"
+msgstr "krj"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a form.
+#. You should attempt to treat it as an abbreviation of
+#. the translated word for "form".  It is OK to use an
+#. unabbreviated word as long as it is relatively short.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:116
+msgctxt "shortbraille"
+msgid "form"
+msgstr "kvk"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a glass pane.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:122
+msgid "gpn"
+msgstr "lspn"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a heading.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:125
+msgid "hdng"
+msgstr "ots"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a image.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:134
+msgid "img"
+msgstr "kv"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an internal frame.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:137
+msgid "ifrm"
+msgstr "skh"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a label.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:140
+msgid "lbl"
+msgstr "nmm"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a layered pane.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:143
+msgid "lyrdpn"
+msgstr "krpn"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a link.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:146
+msgid "lnk"
+msgstr "lnk"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a list.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:149
+msgid "lst"
+msgstr "lst"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a list item.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:152
+msgid "lstitm"
+msgstr "lstkht"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a menu.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:155
+msgid "mnu"
+msgstr "val"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a menu bar.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:158
+msgid "mnubr"
+msgstr "valkplk"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a menu item.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:161
+msgid "mnuitm"
+msgstr "valkht"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an option pane.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:164
+msgid "optnpn"
+msgstr "valpn"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a page tab.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:167
+msgid "pgt"
+msgstr "vlt"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a page tab list.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:170
+msgid "tblst"
+msgstr "srklst"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a panel.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:173
+msgid "pnl"
+msgstr "pnl"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a password field.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:176
+msgid "pwd"
+msgstr "sal"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a popup menu.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:179
+msgid "popmnu"
+msgstr "pnhvlk"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a progress bar.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:182
+msgid "pgbar"
+msgstr "edpal"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a push button.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:185
+msgid "btn"
+msgstr "pnk"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a radio button.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:188
+msgid "radio"
+msgstr "vpk"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a radio menu item.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:191
+msgid "rdmnuitm"
+msgstr "vevk"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a root pane.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:194
+msgid "rtpn"
+msgstr "jrpn"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a row header.
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a table row header.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:197 ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:233
+msgid "rwhdr"
+msgstr "rvots"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a scroll bar.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:200
+msgid "scbr"
+msgstr "vrtplk"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a scroll pane.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:203
+msgid "scpn"
+msgstr "vrp"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a section (e.g., in html).
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:206
+msgid "sctn"
+msgstr "osio"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a separator.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:209
+msgid "seprtr"
+msgstr "ertn"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a slider.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:212
+msgid "sldr"
+msgstr "lku"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a split pane.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:215
+msgid "spltpn"
+msgstr "jpn"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a spin button.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:218
+msgid "spin"
+msgstr "krt"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a statusbar.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:221
+msgid "statbr"
+msgstr "tlplk"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a table.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:224
+msgid "tbl"
+msgstr "tlk"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a table cell.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:227
+msgid "cll"
+msgstr "solu"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a tear off menu item.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:236
+msgid "tomnuitm"
+msgstr "irrvalkht"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a terminal.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:239
+msgid "term"
+msgstr "pte"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a text entry field.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:242
+msgid "txt"
+msgstr "txt"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a toggle button.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:245
+msgid "tglbtn"
+msgstr "vpnk"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a toolbar.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:248
+msgid "tbar"
+msgstr "tklplk"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a tooltip.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:251
+msgid "tip"
+msgstr "vhj"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a tree.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:254
+msgid "tre"
+msgstr "puu"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a tree table.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:257
+msgid "trtbl"
+msgstr "puutlu"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for when the rolename of an object is unknown.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:260
+msgid "unk"
+msgstr "tnt"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a viewport.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:263
+msgid "vwprt"
+msgstr "nkm"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a window.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:266
+msgid "wnd"
+msgstr "ikn"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a header.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:269
+msgid "hdr"
+msgstr "ots"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a footer.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:272
+msgid "ftr"
+msgstr "avt"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a paragraph.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:275
+msgid "para"
+msgstr "kpl"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a application.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:278
+msgid "app"
+msgstr "sov"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of a autocomplete.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:281
+msgid "auto"
+msgstr "auto"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an editbar.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:284
+msgid "edtbr"
+msgstr "mknplk"
+
+#. Translators: short braille for the rolename of an embedded component.
+#: ../src/orca/braille_rolenames.py:287
+msgid "emb"
+msgstr "upt"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:36
+msgid "Czech Grade 1"
+msgstr "Tsekki taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:40
+msgid "Spanish Grade 1"
+msgstr "Espanja taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:44
+msgid "Canada French Grade 2"
+msgstr "Kanadan ranska taso 2"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:48
+msgid "France French Grade 2"
+msgstr "Ranska taso 2"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:52
+msgid "Latvian Grade 1"
+msgstr "Latvia taso 2"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:56
+msgid "Netherlands Dutch Grade 1"
+msgstr "Hollannin hollanti taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:60
+msgid "Norwegian Grade 0"
+msgstr "Norja taso 0"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:64
+msgid "Norwegian Grade 1"
+msgstr "Norja taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:68
+msgid "Norwegian Grade 2"
+msgstr "Norja taso 2"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:72
+msgid "Norwegian Grade 3"
+msgstr "Norja taso 3"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:76
+msgid "Polish Grade 1"
+msgstr "Puola taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:80
+msgid "Portuguese Grade 1"
+msgstr "Portugali taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:84
+msgid "Swedish Grade 1"
+msgstr "Ruotsi taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:88
+msgid "Arabic Grade 1"
+msgstr "Arabia taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:92
+msgid "Welsh Grade 1"
+msgstr "Iiri taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:96
+msgid "Welsh Grade 2"
+msgstr "Iiri taso 2"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:100
+msgid "German Grade 0"
+msgstr "Saksa taso 0"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:104
+msgid "German Grade 1"
+msgstr "Saksa taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:108
+msgid "German Grade 2"
+msgstr "Saksa taso 2"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:112
+msgid "U.K. English Grade 2"
+msgstr "Brittienglanti taso 2"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:116
+msgid "U.K. English Grade 1"
+msgstr "Brittienglanti taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:120
+msgid "U.S. English Grade 1"
+msgstr "Amerikanenglanti taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:124
+msgid "U.S. English Grade 2"
+msgstr "Amerikanenglanti taso 2"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:128
+msgid "Canada French Grade 1"
+msgstr "Kanadan ranska taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:132
+msgid "France French Grade 1"
+msgstr "Ranska taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:136
+msgid "Greek Grade 1"
+msgstr "Kreikka taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:140
+msgid "Hindi Grade 1"
+msgstr "Hindi taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:144
+msgid "Hungarian 8 dot computer"
+msgstr "Unkari, 8 pistettä, tietokone"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:148
+msgid "Hungarian Grade 1"
+msgstr "Unkari taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:152
+msgid "Italian Grade 1"
+msgstr "Italia taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: These is the name of a braille translation table. To learn more
+#. about braille translation tables, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Braille.
+#: ../src/orca/brltablenames.py:156
+msgid "Belgium Dutch Grade 1"
+msgstr "Belgian hollanti taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the space character
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:41 ../src/orca/keynames.py:138
+msgid "space"
+msgstr "välilyönti"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the newline character
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:45
+msgid "newline"
+msgstr "rivinvaihto"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the tab character
+#.
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the tab key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:49 ../src/orca/keynames.py:130
+msgid "tab"
+msgstr "sarkain"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '!' (U+0021)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:53
+msgid "exclaim"
+msgstr "huuto"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '"' (U+0022)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:57
+msgid "quote"
+msgstr "lainaus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '#' (U+0023)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:61
+msgid "number"
+msgstr "numero"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '$' (U+0024)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:65
+msgid "dollar"
+msgstr "dollari"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '%' (U+0025)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:69
+msgid "percent"
+msgstr "prosentti"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '&' (U+0026)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:73
+msgid "and"
+msgstr "ja"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character ''' (U+0027)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:77
+msgid "apostrophe"
+msgstr "heittomerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '(' (U+0028)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:81
+msgid "left paren"
+msgstr "vasen sulku"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character ')' (U+0029)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:85
+msgid "right paren"
+msgstr "oikea sulku"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '*' (U+002a)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:89
+msgid "star"
+msgstr "tähti"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '+' (U+002b)
+#.
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the plus key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:93 ../src/orca/keynames.py:298
+msgid "plus"
+msgstr "plus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character ',' (U+002c)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:97
+msgid "comma"
+msgstr "pilkku"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '-' (U+002d)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:101
+msgid "dash"
+msgstr "viiva"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '.' (U+002e)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:105
+msgid "dot"
+msgstr "piste"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '/' (U+002f)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:109
+msgid "slash"
+msgstr "kautta"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character ':' (U+003a)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:113
+msgid "colon"
+msgstr "kaksoispiste"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character ';' (U+003b)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:117
+msgid "semicolon"
+msgstr "puolipiste"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '< ' (U+003c)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:121
+msgid "less"
+msgstr "pienempi kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '=' (U+003d)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:125
+msgid "equals"
+msgstr "yhtäsuuri"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '> ' (U+003e)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:129
+msgid "greater"
+msgstr "suurempi kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '?' (U+003f)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:133
+msgid "question"
+msgstr "kysymys"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '@' (U+0040)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:137
+msgid "at"
+msgstr "at"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '[' (U+005b)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:141
+msgid "left bracket"
+msgstr "vasen hakasulku"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '\' (U+005c)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:145
+msgid "backslash"
+msgstr "kenoviiva"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character ']' (U+005d)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:149
+msgid "right bracket"
+msgstr "oikea hakasulku"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '^' (U+005e)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:153
+msgid "caret"
+msgstr "kohdistin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '_' (U+005f)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:157
+msgid "underline"
+msgstr "alaviiva"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '`' (U+0060)
+#.
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the
+#. non-spacing diacritical key for the grave glyph
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:161 ../src/orca/keynames.py:255
+msgid "grave"
+msgstr "takahipsu"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '{' (U+007b)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:165
+msgid "left brace"
+msgstr "vasen aaltosulku"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '|' (U+007c)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:169
+msgid "vertical bar"
+msgstr "pystyviiva"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '}' (U+007d)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:173
+msgid "right brace"
+msgstr "oikea aaltosulku"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '~' (U+007e)
+#.
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the
+#. non-spacing diacritical key for the tilde glyph
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:177 ../src/orca/keynames.py:270
+msgid "tilde"
+msgstr "tilde"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken character for the no break space
+#. character (e.g., "&nbsp;" in HTML -- U+00a0)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:182
+msgid "no break space"
+msgstr "ei-katkaiseva väli"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¡' (U+00a1)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:186
+msgid "inverted exclamation point"
+msgstr "Huutomerkki ylösalaisin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¢' (U+00a2)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:190
+msgid "cents"
+msgstr "sentti"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '£' (U+00a3)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:194
+msgid "pounds"
+msgstr "punta"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¤' (U+00a4)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:198
+msgid "currency sign"
+msgstr "valuuttamerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¥' (U+00a5)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:202
+msgid "yen"
+msgstr "jeni"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¦' (U+00a6)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:206
+msgid "broken bar"
+msgstr "katkaistu palkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '§' (U+00a7)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:210
+msgid "section"
+msgstr "pykälä"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¨' (U+00a8)
+#.
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the
+#. non-spacing diacritical key for the diaeresis glyph
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:214 ../src/orca/keynames.py:275
+msgid "diaeresis"
+msgstr "diaeresis"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '©' (U+00a9)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:218
+msgid "copyright"
+msgstr "tekijänoikeudet"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ª' (U+00aa)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:222
+msgid "superscript a"
+msgstr "yläindeksi a"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '«' (U+00ab)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:226
+msgid "left double angle bracket"
+msgstr "vasen kaksoishakasulku"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¬' (U+00ac)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:230
+msgid "logical not"
+msgstr "looginen ei"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '­' (U+00ad)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:234
+msgid "soft hyphen"
+msgstr "pehmeä väliviiva"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '®' (U+00ae)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:238
+msgid "registered"
+msgstr "rekisteröity"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¯' (U+00af)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:242
+msgid "macron"
+msgstr "yläviiva"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '°' (U+00b0)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:246
+msgid "degrees"
+msgstr "astetta"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '±' (U+00b1)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:250
+msgid "plus or minus"
+msgstr "plus-miinus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '²' (U+00b2)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:254
+msgid "superscript 2"
+msgstr "yläindeksi 2"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '³' (U+00b3)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:258
+msgid "superscript 3"
+msgstr "yläindeksi 3"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '´' (U+00b4)
+#.
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the
+#. non-spacing diacritical key for the acute glyph
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:262 ../src/orca/keynames.py:260
+msgid "acute"
+msgstr "akuutti"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'µ' (U+00b5)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:266
+msgid "mu"
+msgstr "mu"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¶' (U+00b6)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:270
+msgid "paragraph marker"
+msgstr "kappalemerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '·' (U+00b7)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:274
+msgid "middle dot"
+msgstr "keskipiste"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¸' (U+00b8)
+#.
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the
+#. non-spacing diacritical key for the cedilla glyph
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:278 ../src/orca/keynames.py:285
+msgid "cedilla"
+msgstr "cedilla"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¹' (U+00b9)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:282
+msgid "superscript 1"
+msgstr "yläindeksi 1"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'º' (U+00ba)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:286
+msgid "ordinal"
+msgstr "järjestysnumero"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '»' (U+00bb)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:290
+msgid "right double angle bracket"
+msgstr "oikea kaksoishakasulku"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¼' (U+00bc)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:294
+msgid "one fourth"
+msgstr "neljäsosa"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '½' (U+00bd)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:298
+msgid "one half"
+msgstr "puolikas"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¾' (U+00be)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:302
+msgid "three fourths"
+msgstr "kolme neljäsosaa"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '¿' (U+00bf)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:306
+msgid "inverted question mark"
+msgstr "Kysymysmerkki ylösalaisin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'á' (U+00e1)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:310
+msgid "a acute"
+msgstr "a akuutti"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'À' (U+00c0)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:314
+msgid "A GRAVE"
+msgstr "A GRAVIS"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Á' (U+00c1)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:318
+msgid "A ACUTE"
+msgstr "A HIPSU"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Â' (U+00c2)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:322
+msgid "A CIRCUMFLEX"
+msgstr "A SIRKUMFLEKSI"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ã' (U+00c3)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:326
+msgid "A TILDE"
+msgstr "A TILDE"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ä' (U+00c4)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:330
+msgid "A UMLAUT"
+msgstr "Ä"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Å' (U+00c5)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:334
+msgid "A RING"
+msgstr "RUOTSALAINEN O"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Æ' (U+00c6)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:338
+msgid "A E"
+msgstr "A E"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ç' (U+00c7)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:342
+msgid "C CEDILLA"
+msgstr "C CEDILLA"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'È' (U+00c8)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:346
+msgid "E GRAVE"
+msgstr "E GRAVIS"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'É' (U+00c9)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:350
+msgid "E ACUTE"
+msgstr "E AKUUTTI"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ê' (U+00ca)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:354
+msgid "E CIRCUMFLEX"
+msgstr "E SIRKUMFLEKSI"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ë' (U+00cb)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:358
+msgid "E UMLAUT"
+msgstr "E UMLAUT"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ì' (U+00cc)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:362
+msgid "I GRAVE"
+msgstr "I GRAVIS"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Í' (U+00cd)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:366
+msgid "I ACUTE"
+msgstr "I AKUUTTI"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Î' (U+00ce)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:370
+msgid "I CIRCUMFLEX"
+msgstr "I SIRKUMFLEKSI"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ï' (U+00cf)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:374
+msgid "I UMLAUT"
+msgstr "I UMLAUT"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ð' (U+00d0)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:378
+msgid "ETH"
+msgstr "ETH"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ñ' (U+00d1)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:382
+msgid "N TILDE"
+msgstr "N TILDE"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ò' (U+00d2)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:386
+msgid "O GRAVE"
+msgstr "O GRAVIS"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ó' (U+00d3)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:390
+msgid "O ACUTE"
+msgstr "O AKUUTTI"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ô' (U+00d4)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:394
+msgid "O CIRCUMFLEX"
+msgstr "O SIRKUMFLEKSI"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Õ' (U+00d5)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:398
+msgid "O TILDE"
+msgstr "O TILDE"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ö' (U+00d6)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:402
+msgid "O UMLAUT"
+msgstr "Ö"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '×' (U+00d7)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:406
+msgid "times"
+msgstr "kertaa"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ø' (U+00d8)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:410
+msgid "O STROKE"
+msgstr "NORJALAINEN Ö"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ù' (U+00d9)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:414
+msgid "U GRAVE"
+msgstr "U GRAVIS"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ú' (U+00da)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:418
+msgid "U ACUTE"
+msgstr "U AKUUTTI"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Û' (U+00db)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:422
+msgid "U CIRCUMFLEX"
+msgstr "U SIRKUMFLEKSI"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ü' (U+00dc)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:426
+msgid "U UMLAUT"
+msgstr "U UMLAUT"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ý' (U+00dd)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:430
+msgid "Y ACUTE"
+msgstr "Y AKUUTTI"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Þ' (U+00de)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:434
+msgid "THORN"
+msgstr "THORN"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ß' (U+00df)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:438
+msgid "s sharp"
+msgstr "suhuässä"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'à' (U+00e0)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:442
+msgid "a grave"
+msgstr "a gravis"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'â' (U+00e2)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:446
+msgid "a circumflex"
+msgstr "a sirkumfleksi"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ã' (U+00e3)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:450
+msgid "a tilde"
+msgstr "a tilde"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ä' (U+00e4)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:454
+msgid "a umlaut"
+msgstr "ä"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'å' (U+00e5)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:458
+msgid "a ring"
+msgstr "ruotsalainen å"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'æ' (U+00e6)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:462
+msgid "a e"
+msgstr "a e"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ç' (U+00e7)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:466
+msgid "c cedilla"
+msgstr "c cedilla"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'è' (U+00e8)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:470
+msgid "e grave"
+msgstr "e gravis"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'é' (U+00e9)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:474
+msgid "e acute"
+msgstr "e akuutti"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ê' (U+00ea)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:478
+msgid "e circumflex"
+msgstr "e sirkumfleksi"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ë' (U+00eb)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:482
+msgid "e umlaut"
+msgstr "e-umlaut"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ì' (U+00ec)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:486
+msgid "i grave"
+msgstr "i gravis"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'í' (U+00ed)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:490
+msgid "i acute"
+msgstr "i akuutti"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'î' (U+00ee)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:494
+msgid "i circumflex"
+msgstr "i sirkumfleksi"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ï' (U+00ef)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:498
+msgid "i umlaut"
+msgstr "i umlaut"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ð' (U+00f0)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:502
+msgid "eth"
+msgstr "eth"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ñ' (U+00f1)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:506
+msgid "n tilde"
+msgstr "n tilde"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ò' (U+00f2)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:510
+msgid "o grave"
+msgstr "o gravis"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ó' (U+00f3)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:514
+msgid "o acute"
+msgstr "o akuutti"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ô' (U+00f4)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:518
+msgid "o circumflex"
+msgstr "o sirkumfleksi"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'õ' (U+00f5)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:522
+msgid "o tilde"
+msgstr "o tilde"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ö' (U+00f6)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:526
+msgid "o umlaut"
+msgstr "ö"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '÷' (U+00f7)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:530
+msgid "divided by"
+msgstr "jaettuna"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ø' (U+00f8)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:534
+msgid "o stroke"
+msgstr "norjalainen ö"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'þ' (U+00fe)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:538
+msgid "thorn"
+msgstr "thorn"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ú' (U+00fa)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:542
+msgid "u acute"
+msgstr "u gravis"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ù' (U+00f9)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:546
+msgid "u grave"
+msgstr "u akuutti"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'û' (U+00fb)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:550
+msgid "u circumflex"
+msgstr "u sirkumfleksi"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ü' (U+00fc)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:554
+msgid "u umlaut"
+msgstr "u umlaut"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ý' (U+00fd)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:558
+msgid "y acute"
+msgstr "y akuutti"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ÿ' (U+00ff)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:562
+msgid "y umlaut"
+msgstr "y umlaut"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'Ÿ' (U+0178)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:566
+msgid "Y UMLAUT"
+msgstr "Y UMLAUT"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ƒ' (U+0192)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:570
+msgid "florin"
+msgstr "floriini"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '–' (U+2013)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:574
+msgid "en dash"
+msgstr "pitkä viiva"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the left single quote: ‘
+#. (U+2018)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:579
+msgid "left single quote"
+msgstr "yksinkertainen vasen lainausmerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the right single quote: ’
+#. (U+2019)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:584
+msgid "right single quote"
+msgstr "yksinkertainen oikea lainausmerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '‚' (U+201a)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:588
+msgid "single low quote"
+msgstr "yksinkertainen alalainausmerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '“' (U+201c)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:592
+msgid "left double quote"
+msgstr "kaksinkertainen vasen lainausmerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '”' (U+201d)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:596
+msgid "right double quote"
+msgstr "kaksinkertainen oikea ainausmerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '„' (U+201e)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:600
+msgid "double low quote"
+msgstr "kaksinkertainen alalainausmerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '†' (U+2020)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:604
+msgid "dagger"
+msgstr "risti"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '‡' (U+2021)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:608
+msgid "double dagger"
+msgstr "kaksoisristi"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '•' (U+2022)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:612
+msgid "bullet"
+msgstr "luettelomerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '‣' (U+2023)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:616
+msgid "triangular bullet"
+msgstr "kolmikulmainen luettelomerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '‰' (U+2030)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:620
+msgid "per mille"
+msgstr "promille"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '′' (U+2032)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:624
+msgid "prime"
+msgstr "hipsu"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '″' (U+2033)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:628
+msgid "double prime"
+msgstr "kaksoishipsu"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '‴' (U+2034)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:632
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "double prime"
+msgid "triple prime"
+msgstr "kaksoishipsu"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁃' (U+2043)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:636
+msgid "hyphen bullet"
+msgstr "luotiviiva"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '€' (U+20ac)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:640
+msgid "euro"
+msgstr "euro"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '™' (U+2122)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:644
+msgid "trademark"
+msgstr "tavaramerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '✓' (U+2713)
+#. It can be used as a bullet in a list.
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:649
+msgid "check mark"
+msgstr "rastimerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '✔' (U+2714)
+#. It can be used as a bullet in a list.
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:654
+msgid "heavy check mark"
+msgstr "raskas rastimerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'x' (U+2717)
+#. This symbol is included here because it can be used as a bullet in
+#. an OOo list.  The goal is to inform the user of the appearance of
+#. the bullet, while making it clear that it is a bullet and not simply
+#. the typed letter 'x'.  "Ballot x" might confuse the user.  Hence the
+#. use of "x-shaped bullet".
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:663
+msgid "x-shaped bullet"
+msgstr "x-muotoinen luettelomerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁰' (U+2070)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:667
+msgid "superscript 0"
+msgstr "yläindeksi 0"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁴' (U+2074)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:671
+msgid "superscript 4"
+msgstr "yläindeksi 4"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁵' (U+2075)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:675
+msgid "superscript 5"
+msgstr "yläindeksi 5"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁶' (U+2076)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:679
+msgid "superscript 6"
+msgstr "yläindeksi 6"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁷' (U+2077)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:683
+msgid "superscript 7"
+msgstr "yläindeksi 7"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁸' (U+2078)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:687
+msgid "superscript 8"
+msgstr "yläindeksi 8"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁹' (U+2079)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:691
+msgid "superscript 9"
+msgstr "yläindeksi 9"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁺' (U+207a)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:695
+msgid "superscript plus"
+msgstr "yläindeksi plus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁻' (U+207b)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:699
+msgid "superscript minus"
+msgstr "yläindeksi miinus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁼' (U+207c)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:703
+msgid "superscript equals"
+msgstr "yläindeksi yhtä kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁽' (U+207d)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:707
+msgid "superscript left paren"
+msgstr "yläindeksi vasen sulku"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '⁾' (U+207e)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:711
+msgid "superscript right paren"
+msgstr "yläindeksi oikea sulku"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ⁿ' (U+207f)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:715
+msgid "superscript n"
+msgstr "yläindeksi n"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₀' (U+2080)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:719
+msgid "subscript 0"
+msgstr "alaindeksi 0"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₁' (U+2081)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:723
+msgid "subscript 1"
+msgstr "alaindeksi 1"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₂' (U+2082)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:727
+msgid "subscript 2"
+msgstr "alaindeksi 2"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₃' (U+2083)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:731
+msgid "subscript 3"
+msgstr "alaindeksi 3"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₄' (U+2084)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:735
+msgid "subscript 4"
+msgstr "alaindeksi 4"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₅' (U+2085)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:739
+msgid "subscript 5"
+msgstr "alaindeksi 5"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₆' (U+2086)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:743
+msgid "subscript 6"
+msgstr "alaindeksi 6"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₇' (U+2087)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:747
+msgid "subscript 7"
+msgstr "alaindeksi 7"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₈' (U+2088)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:751
+msgid "subscript 8"
+msgstr "alaindeksi 8"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₉' (U+2089)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:755
+msgid "subscript 9"
+msgstr "alaindeksi 9"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₊' (U+208a)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:759
+msgid "subscript plus"
+msgstr "alaindeksi plus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₋' (U+208b)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:763
+msgid "subscript minus"
+msgstr "alaindeksi miinus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₌' (U+208c)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:767
+msgid "subscript equals"
+msgstr "alaindeksi yhtä kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₍' (U+208d)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:771
+msgid "subscript left paren"
+msgstr "alaindeksi vasen sulku"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '₎' (U+208e)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:775
+msgid "subscript right paren"
+msgstr "alaindeksi oikea sulku"
+
+#. Translators:  StarOffice/OOo includes private-use unicode character U+E00A
+#. as a bullet which looks like the black square: ■ (U+25A0).  Therefore,
+#. please use the same translation for this character.
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:781
+msgid "black square"
+msgstr "musta neliö"
+
+#. Translators:  StarOffice/OOo includes private-use unicode character U+E00C
+#. as a bullet which looks like the black diamond: ◆ (U+25C6).  Therefore,
+#. please use the same translation for this character.
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:787
+msgid "black diamond"
+msgstr "musta timantti"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to U+FFFC, the "object replacement character."
+#. This character appears in the accessible text of documents and serves as
+#. indication of the presence of an object within the text (e.g. an image
+#. or form field inside a paragraph). In an application which has full
+#. accessibility support for embedded objects, Orca should present the object
+#. and NOT speak this character. However, for applications where this support
+#. is missing, the user can arrow to this character and Orca should not be
+#. silent. This string is what Orca will speak to the user should this occur.
+#. More information about this character can be found at:
+#. * http://www.fileformat.info/info/unicode/char/fffc/index.htm
+#. * http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Specials_(Unicode_block)
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/chnames.py:801
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Goes to next character."
+msgid "object replacement character"
+msgstr "Siirtää seuraavaan merkkiin."
+
+#. Translators: this command will move the mouse pointer to the current item
+#. without clicking on it.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:37
+msgid "Routes the pointer to the current item."
+msgstr "Siirtää kohdistimen tämänhetkiseen kohtaan.."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. Left click means to generate a left mouse button click on the current item.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:45
+msgid "Performs left click on current flat review item."
+msgstr ""
+"Suorittaa vasemman napsautuksen nykyiselle tasatun tarkastelun kohdalle."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. Right click means to generate a right mouse button click on the current item.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:53
+msgid "Performs right click on current flat review item."
+msgstr "Suorittaa oikean napsautuksen nykyiselle tasatun tarkastelun kohdalle."
+
+#. Translators: the Orca "SayAll" command allows the user to press a key and have
+#. the entire document in a window be automatically spoken to the user. If the
+#. user presses any key during a SayAll operation, the speech will be interrupted
+#. and the cursor will be positioned at the point where the speech was interrupted.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:59
+msgid "Speaks entire document."
+msgstr "Puhuu koko asiakirjan."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the user to explore the
+#. text in a window in a 2D fashion. That is, Orca treats all the text from all
+#. objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a sequence of words in a
+#. sequence of lines. The flat review feature allows the user to explore this text
+#. by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}. This string is the name of a command
+#. which causes Orca to speak the entire contents of the window using flat review.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:67
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Speaks the current flat review line."
+msgid "Speaks entire window using flat review."
+msgstr "Puhuu nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun rivin."
+
+#. Translators: the "Where am I" feature of Orca allows a user to press a key and
+#. then have information about their current context spoken and brailled to them.
+#. For example, the information may include the name of the current pushbutton
+#. with focus as well as its mnemonic.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:73
+msgid "Performs the basic where am I operation."
+msgstr "Suorittaa perustoiminnon ”Missä olen”."
+
+#. Translators: the "Where am I" feature of Orca allows a user to press a key and
+#. then have information about their current context spoken and brailled to them.
+#. For example, the information may include the name of the current pushbutton
+#. with focus as well as its mnemonic.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:79
+msgid "Performs the detailed where am I operation."
+msgstr "Suorittaa tarkemman ”Missä olen” -toiminnon."
+
+#. Translators: This is the description of a dedicated command to speak the
+#. current selection / highlighted object(s). For instance, in a text object,
+#. "selection" refers to the selected/highlighted text. In a spreadsheet, it
+#. refers to the selected/highlighted cells. In an file manager, it refers to
+#. the selected/highlighted icons. Etc.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:86
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Speaks the current flat review line."
+msgid "Speaks the current selection."
+msgstr "Puhuu nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun rivin."
+
+#. Translators: This is the description of a dedicated command to speak details
+#. about a link, such as the uri and type of link.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:90
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Speak blank lines"
+msgid "Speaks link details."
+msgstr "Puhu tyhjät rivit"
+
+#. Translators: This command will cause the window's status bar contents to be
+#. spoken.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:94
+msgid "Speaks the status bar."
+msgstr "Puhu tilarivi."
+
+#. Translators: This command will cause the window's title to be spoken.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:97
+msgid "Speaks the title bar."
+msgstr "Puhu otsikkopalkki."
+
+#. Translators: the Orca "Find" dialog allows a user to search for text in a
+#. window and then move focus to that text. For example, they may want to find
+#. the "OK" button.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:102
+msgid "Opens the Find dialog."
+msgstr "Avaa hakuikkunan."
+
+#. Translators: the Orca "Find" dialog allows a user to search for text in a
+#. window and then move focus to that text. For example, they may want to find
+#. the "OK" button. This string is used for finding the next occurrence of a
+#. string.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:108
+msgid "Searches for the next instance of a string."
+msgstr "Etsii merkkijonon seuraavan esiintymän."
+
+#. Translators: the Orca "Find" dialog allows a user to search for text in a
+#. window and then move focus to that text. For example, they may want to find
+#. the "OK" button. This string is used for finding the previous occurrence of a
+#. string.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:114
+msgid "Searches for the previous instance of a string."
+msgstr "Etsii merkkijonon edellisen esiintymän."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:121
+msgid "Enters and exits flat review mode."
+msgstr "Ottaa käyttöön tai käytöstä tasatun tarkastelun tilan."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. The home position is the beginning of the content in the window.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:129
+msgid "Moves flat review to the home position."
+msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun kotisijaintiin."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. The home position is the last bit of information in the window.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:137
+msgid "Moves flat review to the end position."
+msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun loppusijaintiin."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:145
+msgid "Moves flat review to the beginning of the previous line."
+msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun edellisen rivin alkuun."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:152
+msgid "Speaks the current flat review line."
+msgstr "Puhuu nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun rivin."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. This particular command will cause Orca to spell the current line character
+#. by character.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:161
+msgid "Spells the current flat review line."
+msgstr "Lausuu nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun rivin."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. This particular command will cause Orca to spell the current line character
+#. by character phonetically, saying "Alpha" for "a", "Bravo" for "b" and so on.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:171
+msgid "Phonetically spells the current flat review line."
+msgstr "Lausuu foneettisesti nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun rivin."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:178
+msgid "Moves flat review to the beginning of the next line."
+msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun seuraavan rivin alkuun."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. Previous will go backwards in the window until you reach the top (i.e., it
+#. will wrap across lines if necessary).
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:187
+msgid "Moves flat review to the previous item or word."
+msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun edelliseen kohtaan tai sanaan."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. This command will speak the current word or item.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:195
+msgid "Speaks the current flat review item or word."
+msgstr "Puhuu nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun kohdan tai sanan."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. This particular command will cause Orca to spell the current word or item
+#. character by character.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:204
+msgid "Spells the current flat review item or word."
+msgstr "Lausuu nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun kohdan tai sanan."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. This particular command will cause Orca to spell the current word or item
+#. character by character phonetically, saying "Alpha" for "a", "Bravo" for "b"
+#. and so on.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:215
+msgid "Phonetically spells the current flat review item or word."
+msgstr "Lausuu foneettisesti nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun kohdan tai sanan."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. Next will go forwards in the window until you reach the end (i.e., it
+#. will wrap across lines if necessary).
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:224
+msgid "Moves flat review to the next item or word."
+msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun seuraavaan kohtaan tai sanaan."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. Above in this case means geographically above, as if you drew a vertical
+#. line upward on the screen.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:233
+msgid "Moves flat review to the word above the current word."
+msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun nykyisen sanan yllä olevaan sanaan."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. With respect to this command, the flat review object is typically something
+#. like a pushbutton, a label, or some other GUI widget. The 'speaks' means it
+#. will speak the text associated with the object.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:243
+msgid "Speaks the current flat review object."
+msgstr "Puhuu nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun kohteen."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. Below in this case means geographically below, as if you drew a vertical
+#. line downward on the screen.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:252
+msgid "Moves flat review to the word below the current word."
+msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun nykyisen sanan alla olevaan sanaan."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. Previous will go backwards in the window until you reach the top (i.e., it
+#. will wrap across lines if necessary).
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:261
+msgid "Moves flat review to the previous character."
+msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun edelliseen merkkiin."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. This command will speak the current character
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:269
+msgid "Speaks the current flat review character."
+msgstr "Puhuu valitun tasatun tarkastelun merkin."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. This particular command will cause Orca to present the character phonetically,
+#. saying "Alpha" for "a", "Bravo" for "b" and so on.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:279
+msgid "Phonetically speaks the current flat review character."
+msgstr "Puhuu foneettisesti valitun tasatun tarkastelun merkin."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. This particular command will cause Orca to present the character's unicode
+#. value.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:289
+msgid "Speaks unicode value of the current flat review character."
+msgstr "Puhuu valitun tasatun tarkastelun merkin Unicode-arvon."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. Previous will go forwards in the window until you reach the end (i.e., it
+#. will wrap across lines if necessary).
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:298
+msgid "Moves flat review to the next character."
+msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun seuraavaan merkkiin."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. This command will move to and present the end of the line.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:306
+msgid "Moves flat review to the end of the line."
+msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun rivin loppuun."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. The bottom left is the bottom left of the window currently being reviewed.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:314
+msgid "Moves flat review to the bottom left."
+msgstr "Siirtää tasatun tarkastelun vasemmalle alas."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. This command lets the user copy the contents currently being reviewed to the
+#. clipboard.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:323
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Speaks the current flat review item or word."
+msgid "Copies the contents under flat review to the clipboard."
+msgstr "Puhuu nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun kohdan tai sanan."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. This command lets the user append the contents currently being reviewed to
+#. the existing contents of the clipboard.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:333
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Speaks the current flat review item or word."
+msgid "Appends the contents under flat review to the clipboard."
+msgstr "Puhuu nykyisen tasatun tarkastelun kohdan tai sanan."
+
+#. Translators: when users are navigating a table, they sometimes want the
+#. entire row of a table read; other times they just want the current cell
+#. to be presented to them.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:339
+msgid "Toggles whether to read just the current table cell or the whole row."
+msgstr "Luetaanko vain nykyinen taulukon solu vai koko rivi."
+
+#. Translators: the attributes being presented are the text attributes, such as
+#. bold, italic, font name, font size, etc.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:344
+msgid "Reads the attributes associated with the current text character."
+msgstr "Lukee tämänhetkiseen tekstin merkkiin liittyvät ominaisuudet."
+
+#. Translators: a refreshable braille display is an external hardware device that
+#. presents braille characters to the user. There are a limited number of cells
+#. on the display (typically 40 cells).  Orca provides the feature to build up a
+#. longer logical line and allow the user to press buttons on the braille display
+#. so they can pan left and right over this line.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:351
+msgid "Pans the braille display to the left."
+msgstr "Siirtää pistenäyttöä vasemmalle."
+
+#. Translators: a refreshable braille display is an external hardware device that
+#. presents braille characters to the user. There are a limited number of cells
+#. on the display (typically 40 cells).  Orca provides the feature to build up a
+#. longer logical line and allow the user to press buttons on the braille display
+#. so they can pan left and right over this line.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:358
+msgid "Pans the braille display to the right."
+msgstr "Siirtää pistenäyttöä oikealle."
+
+#. Translators: the 'flat review' feature of Orca allows the blind user to
+#. explore the text in a window in a 2D fashion.  That is, Orca treats all
+#. the text from all objects in a window (e.g., buttons, labels, etc.) as a
+#. sequence of words in a sequence of lines.  The flat review feature allows
+#. the user to explore this text by the {previous,next} {line,word,character}.
+#. Flat review is modal, and the user can be exploring the window without
+#. changing which object in the window which has focus. The feature used here
+#. will return the flat review to the object with focus.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:368
+msgid "Returns to object with keyboard focus."
+msgstr "Siirtyy olioon, jolla on näppäimistön kohdistus."
+
+#. Translators: braille can be displayed in many ways. Contracted braille
+#. provides a more efficient means to represent text, especially long
+#. documents. The feature used here is an option to toggle between contracted
+#. and uncontracted.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:374
+msgid "Turns contracted braille on and off."
+msgstr "Ottaa lyhennetyn pistekirjoituksen käyttöön tai pois päältä."
+
+#. Translators: hardware braille displays often have buttons near each braille
+#. cell. These are called cursor routing keys and are a way for a user to tell
+#. the machine they are interested in a particular character on the display.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:379
+msgid "Processes a cursor routing key."
+msgstr "Käsittelee kursorin reitityspainikkeen."
+
+#. Translators: this is used to indicate the start point of a text selection.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:382
+msgid "Marks the beginning of a text selection."
+msgstr "Merkitsee tekstivalinnan alkukohdan."
+
+#. Translators: this is used to indicate the end point of a text selection.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:385
+msgid "Marks the end of a text selection."
+msgstr "Merkitsee tekstivalinnan loppukohdan."
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a "Learn Mode" that will allow the user to type any key
+#. on the keyboard and hear what the effects of that key would be. The effects
+#. might be what Orca would do if it had a handler for the particular key
+#. combination, or they might just be to echo the name of the key if Orca doesn't
+#. have a handler.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:392
+msgid "Enters learn mode.  Press escape to exit learn mode."
+msgstr ""
+"Siirrytään oppimistilaan. Sulje oppimistila painamalla Escape-näppäintä."
+
+#. Translators: the speech rate is how fast the speech synthesis engine will
+#. generate speech.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:396
+msgid "Decreases the speech rate."
+msgstr "Hidastaa puhetta."
+
+#. Translators: the speech rate is how fast the speech synthesis engine will
+#. generate speech.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:400
+msgid "Increases the speech rate."
+msgstr "Nopeuttaa puhetta."
+
+#. Translators: the speech pitch is how high or low in pitch/frequency the
+#. speech synthesis engine will generate speech.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:404
+msgid "Decreases the speech pitch."
+msgstr "Madaltaa puheen korkeutta."
+
+#. Translators: the speech pitch is how high or low in pitch/frequency the
+#. speech synthesis engine will generate speech.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:408
+msgid "Increases the speech pitch."
+msgstr "Nostaa puheen korkeutta."
+
+#. Translators: the speech volume is how high or low in gain/volume the
+#. speech synthesis engine will generate speech.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:412
+msgid "Increases the speech volume."
+msgstr "Nostaa puheen äänenvoimakkuutta."
+
+#. Translators: the speech volume is how high or low in gain/volume the
+#. speech synthesis engine will generate speech.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:416
+msgid "Decreases the speech volume."
+msgstr "Vähentää puheen äänenvoimakkuutta."
+
+#. Translators: Orca allows the user to turn speech synthesis on or off.
+#. We call it 'silencing'.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:420
+msgid "Toggles the silencing of speech."
+msgstr "Vaihtelee puheen vaimennusta."
+
+#. Translators: Orca's verbosity levels control how much (or how little)
+#. Orca will speak when presenting objects as the user navigates within
+#. applications and reads content. The levels can be toggled via command.
+#. This string describes that command.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:426
+msgid "Toggles speech verbosity level."
+msgstr "Vaihtaa puheliaisuustasoa."
+
+#. Translators: this string is associated with the keyboard shortcut to quit
+#. Orca.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:430
+msgid "Quits the screen reader"
+msgstr "Lopettaa näytönlukijan"
+
+#. Translators: the preferences configuration dialog is the dialog that allows
+#. users to set their preferences for Orca.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:434
+msgid "Displays the preferences configuration dialog."
+msgstr "Näyttää asetusten määrittelyikkunan."
+
+#. Translators: the preferences configuration dialog is the dialog that allows
+#. users to set their preferences for a specific application within Orca.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:439
+msgid "Displays the application preferences configuration dialog."
+msgstr "Näyttää sovelluksen asetusikkunan."
+
+#. Translators: Orca allows the user to enable/disable speaking of indentation
+#. and justification.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:444
+msgid "Toggles the speaking of indentation and justification."
+msgstr ""
+"Ottaa käyttöön tai poistaa käytöstä sisennyksen ja tasauksen puhumisen."
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a setting through which users can control how a number is
+#. spoken. The options are digits ("1 2 3") and words ("one hundred and twenty
+#. three"). This string to be translated refers to an Orca command for quickly
+#. toggling between the two options.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:450
+msgid "Changes spoken number style."
+msgstr "Vaihtaa numeroiden puhumistapaa."
+
+#. Translators: Orca allows users to cycle through punctuation levels. None,
+#. some, most, or all, punctuation will be spoken.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:454
+msgid "Cycles to the next speaking of punctuation level."
+msgstr "Vaihtaa seuraavaan välimerkkien puhumistasoon."
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a feature whereby users can set up different "profiles,"
+#. which are collection of settings which apply to a given task, such as a
+#. "Spanish" profile which would use Spanish text-to-speech and Spanish braille
+#. and selected when reading Spanish content. This string to be translated refers
+#. to an Orca command which makes it possible for users to quickly cycle amongst
+#. their saved profiles without having to get into a GUI.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:462
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Goes to the next object."
+msgid "Cycles to the next settings profile."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan olioon."
+
+#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via text-
+#. to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital letters are
+#. presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to presenting a
+#. capital letter, or play a tone which Speech Dispatcher refers to as a sound
+#. 'icon'. This string to be translated refers to an Orca command which makes it
+#. possible for users to quickly cycle amongst these alternatives without having
+#. to get into a GUI.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:471
+msgid "Cycles to the next capitalization style."
+msgstr "Vaihtaa seuraavaan isojen kirjainten ilmoitustapaan."
+
+#. Translators: Orca has an "echo" setting which allows the user to configure
+#. what is spoken in response to a key press. Given a user who typed "Hello
+#. world.":
+#. - key echo: "H e l l o space w o r l d period"
+#. - word echo: "Hello" spoken when the space is pressed; "world" spoken when
+#. the period is pressed.
+#. - sentence echo: "Hello world" spoken when the period is pressed.
+#. A user can choose to have no echo, one type of echo, or multiple types of
+#. echo. The following string refers to a command that allows the user to quickly
+#. choose which type of echo is being used.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:483
+msgid "Cycles to the next key echo level."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan näppäinten kaiutustasoon."
+
+#. Translators: this is a debug message that Orca users will not normally see. It
+#. describes a debug routine that allows the user to adjust the level of debug
+#. information that Orca generates at run time.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:488
+msgid "Cycles the debug level at run time."
+msgstr "Vaihtaa vianetsinnän tasoa suoritusaikana."
+
+#. Translators: this command announces information regarding the relationship of
+#. the given bookmark to the current position. Note that in this context, the
+#. "bookmark" is storing the location of an accessible object, typically on a web
+#. page.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:495
+msgid "Bookmark where am I with respect to current position."
+msgstr "Tee kirjanmerkki siitä, missä olen suhteessa nykyiseen kohtaan."
+
+#. Translators: this event handler cycles through the registered bookmarks and
+#. takes the user to the previous bookmark location. Note that in this context,
+#. the "bookmark" is storing the location of an accessible object, typically on
+#. a web page.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:501
+msgid "Go to previous bookmark location."
+msgstr "Siirry edelliseen kirjanmerkkiin."
+
+#. Translators: this command moves the user to the location stored at the bookmark.
+#. Note that in this context, the "bookmark" is storing the location of an
+#. accessible object, typically on a web page.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:506
+msgid "Go to bookmark."
+msgstr "Siirry kirjanmerkkiin."
+
+#. Translators: this event handler cycles through the registered bookmarks and
+#. takes the user to the next bookmark location. Note that in this context, the
+#. "bookmark" is storing the location of an accessible object, typically on a web
+#. page.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:512
+msgid "Go to next bookmark location."
+msgstr "Siirry seuraavaan kirjanmerkkiin."
+
+#. Translators: this event handler binds an in-page accessible object location to
+#. the given input key command.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:516
+msgid "Add bookmark."
+msgstr "Lisää kirjanmerkki."
+
+#. Translators: this event handler saves all bookmarks for the current application
+#. to disk.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:520
+msgid "Save bookmarks."
+msgstr "Tallenna kirjanmerkit."
+
+#. Translators: Orca allows the item under the pointer to be spoken. This toggles
+#. the feature without the need to get into a GUI.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:524
+msgid "Toggle mouse review mode."
+msgstr "Käytetäänkö hiiritoimintoja."
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command to present the current time in speech and in
+#. braille.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:528
+msgid "Present current time."
+msgstr "Näytä nykyinen aika."
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command to present the current date in speech and in
+#. braille.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:532
+msgid "Present current date."
+msgstr "Näytä nykyinen päiväys."
+
+#. Translators: Orca normally intercepts all keyboard commands and only passes
+#. them along to the current application when they are not Orca commands. This
+#. command causes the next command issued to be passed along to the current
+#. application, bypassing Orca's interception of it.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:539
+msgid "Passes the next command on to the current application."
+msgstr "Välittää seuraavan komennon eteenpäin valitulle sovellukselle."
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command to review previous chat room messages in
+#. speech and braille. This string to be translated is associated with the
+#. keyboard commands used to review those previous messages.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:544
+msgid "Speak and braille a previous chat room message."
+msgstr "Lausu ja näytä pistekirjoituksena edellinen keskusteluhuoneen viesti."
+
+#. Translators: In chat applications, it is often possible to see that a "buddy"
+#. is typing currently (e.g. via a keyboard icon or status text). Some users like
+#. to have this typing status announced by Orca; others find that announcement
+#. unpleasant. Therefore, it is a setting in Orca. This string to be translated
+#. is associated with the command to toggle typing status presentation on or off.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:552
+msgid "Toggle whether we announce when our buddies are typing."
+msgstr "Määrittää kerrotaanko kun tuttavat kirjoittavat."
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command to review previous chat room messages in
+#. speech and braille. Some users prefer to have this message history combined
+#. (e.g. the last ten messages which came in, no matter what room they came
+#. from). Other users prefer to have specific room history (e.g. the last ten
+#. messages from #a11y). Therefore, this is a setting in Orca. This string to be
+#. translated is associated with the command to toggle specific room history on
+#. or off.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:562
+msgid "Toggle whether we provide chat room specific message histories."
+msgstr "Määrittää tarjotaanko keskusteluhuonekohtainen viestihistoria."
+
+#. Translators: In chat applications, Orca automatically presents incoming
+#. messages in speech and braille. If a user is in multiple conversations or
+#. channels at the same time, it can be confusing to know what room or channel
+#. a given message came from just from hearing/reading it. For this reason, Orca
+#. has an option to present the name of the room first ("#a11y <joanie> hello!"
+#. instead of "<joanie> hello!"). This string to be translated is associated with
+#. the command to toggle room name presentation on or off.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:573
+msgid ""
+"Toggle whether we prefix chat room messages with the name of the chat room."
+msgstr "Liitetäänkö keskusteluhuoneen viestien alkuun huoneen nimi vai ei."
+
+#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
+#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
+#. button, the display scrolls to the left.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:579
+msgid "Line Left"
+msgstr "Rivi vasemmalle"
+
+#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
+#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
+#. button, the display scrolls to the right.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:584
+msgid "Line Right"
+msgstr "Rivi oikealle"
+
+#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
+#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
+#. button, the display scrolls up.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:589
+msgid "Line Up"
+msgstr "Rivi ylös"
+
+#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
+#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
+#. button, the display scrolls down.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:594
+msgid "Line Down"
+msgstr "Rivi alas"
+
+#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
+#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
+#. button, it instructs the braille display to freeze.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:599
+msgid "Freeze"
+msgstr "Jäädytä"
+
+#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
+#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
+#. button, the display scrolls to the top left of the window.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:604
+msgid "Top Left"
+msgstr "Vasemmalla ylhäällä"
+
+#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
+#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
+#. button, the display scrolls to the bottom left of the window.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:609
+msgid "Bottom Left"
+msgstr "Vasemmalla alhaalla"
+
+#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
+#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
+#. button, the display scrolls to position containing the cursor.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:614
+msgid "Cursor Position"
+msgstr "Kohdistimen sijainti"
+
+#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
+#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). When pressing the
+#. button, the display toggles between six-dot braille and eight-dot braille.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:619
+msgid "Six Dots"
+msgstr "Kuusipiste"
+
+#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
+#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). This command
+#. represents a whole set of buttons known as cursor routing keys and are a way
+#. for a user to move the application's caret to the position indicated on the
+#. display.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:626
+msgid "Cursor Routing"
+msgstr "Kursorin reititys"
+
+#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
+#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). This command
+#. represents the start of a selection operation. It is called "Cut Begin" to map
+#. to what BrlTTY users are used to: in character cell mode operation on virtual
+#. consoles, the act of copying text is erroneously called a "cut" operation.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:633
+msgid "Cut Begin"
+msgstr "Aloita leikkaus"
+
+#. Translators: this is a command for a button on a refreshable braille display
+#. (an external hardware device used by people who are blind). This command
+#. represents marking the endpoint of a selection. It is called "Cut Line" to map
+#. to what BrlTTY users are used to: in character cell mode operation on virtual
+#. consoles, the act of copying text is erroneously called a "cut" operation.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:640
+msgid "Cut Line"
+msgstr "Leikkaa rivi"
+
+#. Translators: this is a command which causes Orca to present the last received
+#. notification message.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:644
+msgid "Present last notification message."
+msgstr "Esitä viimeisin ilmoitusviesti."
+
+#. Translators: this is a command which causes Orca to present a list of all the
+#. notification messages received.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:648
+msgid "Present notification messages list"
+msgstr "Esitä ilmoitusviestien lista"
+
+#. Translators: this is a command which causes Orca to present the previous
+#. notification message.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:652
+msgid "Present previous notification message."
+msgstr "Esitä edellinen ilmoitusviesti."
+
+#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:655
+msgid "Goes to next character."
+msgstr "Siirtää seuraavaan merkkiin."
+
+#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:658
+msgid "Goes to previous character."
+msgstr "Siirtää edelliseen merkkiin."
+
+#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:661
+msgid "Goes to next word."
+msgstr "Siirtää seuraavaan sanaan."
+
+#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:664
+msgid "Goes to previous word."
+msgstr "Siirtää edelliseen sanaan."
+
+#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:667
+msgid "Goes to next line."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavalle riville."
+
+#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:670
+msgid "Goes to previous line."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliselle riville."
+
+#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:673
+msgid "Goes to the top of the file."
+msgstr "Siirtyy tiedoston alkuun."
+
+#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:676
+msgid "Goes to the bottom of the file."
+msgstr "Siirtyy tiedoston loppuun."
+
+#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:679
+msgid "Goes to the beginning of the line."
+msgstr "Siirtyy rivin alkuun."
+
+#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:682
+msgid "Goes to the end of the line."
+msgstr "Siirtyy rivin loppuun."
+
+#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:685
+msgid "Goes to the next object."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan olioon."
+
+#. Translators: this is a command related to navigating within a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:688
+msgid "Goes to the previous object."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen olioon."
+
+#. Translators: this is for causing a collapsed combo box which was reached
+#. by Orca's caret navigation to be expanded.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:693
+msgid "Causes the current combo box to be expanded."
+msgstr "Aiheuttaa tämänhetkisen valintalaatikon laajentamisen."
+
+#. Translators: Gecko native caret navigation is where Firefox (or Thunderbird)
+#. itself controls how the arrow keys move the caret around HTML content. It's
+#. often broken, so Orca needs to provide its own support. As such, Orca offers
+#. the user the ability to toggle which application is controlling the caret.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:700
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Switches between Gecko native and Orca caret navigation."
+msgid "Switches between native and screen-reader caret navigation."
+msgstr "Vaihtaa geckon oman ja orcan kohdistimella navigoinnin välillä."
+
+#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
+#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
+#. The "politeness" level is an indication of when the user wishes to be notified
+#. about a change to live region content. Examples include: never ("off"), when
+#. idle ("polite"), and when there is a change ("assertive"). Orca has several
+#. features to facilitate accessing live regions. This string refers to a command
+#. to cycle through the different "politeness" levels.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:709
+msgid "Advance live region politeness setting."
+msgstr "Kasvata aktiivisen alueen kohteliaisuustasoa."
+
+#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
+#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
+#. The "politeness" level is an indication of when the user wishes to be notified
+#. about a change to live region content. Examples include: never ("off"), when
+#. idle ("polite"), and when there is a change ("assertive"). Orca has several
+#. features to facilitate accessing live regions. This string refers to a command
+#. to turn off live regions by default.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:719
+msgid "Set default live region politeness level to off."
+msgstr "Aseta aktiivisten alueiden kohteliaisuustason oletus pois päältä."
+
+#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
+#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
+#. This string refers to a command for reviewing up to nine stored previous live
+#. messages.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:725
+msgid "Review live region announcement."
+msgstr "Tarkista aktiivisen alueen ilmoitus."
+
+#. Translators: A live region is an area of a web page that is periodically
+#. updated, e.g. stock ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
+#. This string refers to an Orca command which allows the user to toggle whether
+#. or not Orca pays attention to changes in live regions. Note that turning off
+#. monitoring of live events is NOT the same as turning the politeness level
+#. to "off". The user can opt to have no notifications presented (politeness
+#. level of "off") and still manually review recent updates to live regions via
+#. Orca commands for doing so -- as long as the monitoring of live regions is
+#. enabled.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:736
+msgid "Monitor live regions."
+msgstr "Tarkkaile aktiivisia alueita."
+
+#. Translators: hovering the mouse over certain objects on a web page causes a
+#. new object to appear such as a pop-up menu. This command will move the user
+#. to the object which just appeared as a result of the user hovering the mouse.
+#. If the user is already in the mouse over object, this command will hide the
+#. mouse over and return the user to the object he/she was in.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:743
+msgid "Moves focus into and away from the current mouse over."
+msgstr "Siirtää kohdistuksen nykyiseen hiirenkohtaan ja sieltä pois."
+
+#. Translators: Orca allows you to dynamically define which row of a spreadsheet
+#. or table should be treated as containing column headers. This string refers to
+#. the command to set the row.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:748
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "Set the row to use as dynamic column headers when speaking calc cells."
+msgid "Set the row to use as dynamic column headers."
+msgstr ""
+"Aseta soluja puhuttaessa dynaamisina sarakkeen otsakkeina käytettävä rivi."
+
+#. Translators: Orca allows you to dynamically define which row of a spreadsheet
+#. or table should be treated as containing column headers. This string refers to
+#. the command to unset the row so it is no longer treated as if it contained
+#. column headers.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:754
+msgid "Clears the dynamic column headers."
+msgstr "Tyhjentää dynaamiset sarakkeen otsakkeet."
+
+#. Translators: Orca allows you to dynamically define which column of a
+#. spreadsheet or table should be treated as containing row headers. This
+#. string refers to the command to set the column.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:759
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid ""
+#| "Set the column to use as dynamic row headers to use when speaking calc "
+#| "cells."
+msgid "Set the column to use as dynamic row headers."
+msgstr ""
+"Aseta soluja puhuttaessa dynaamisina rivin otsakkeina käytettävä sarake."
+
+#. Translators: Orca allows you to dynamically define which column of a
+#. spreadsheet or table should be treated as containing column headers. This
+#. string refers to the command to unset the column so it is no longer treated
+#. as if it contained row headers.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:765
+msgid "Clears the dynamic row headers"
+msgstr "Tyhjentää dynaamiset rivin otsakkeet"
+
+#. Translators: This string refers to an Orca command. The "input line" refers
+#. to the place where one enters formulas for a spreadsheet.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:769
+msgid "Presents the contents of the input line."
+msgstr "Esittää tekstikentän sisällön."
+
+#. Translators: the structural navigation keys are designed to move the caret
+#. around the document content by object type. Thus H moves you to the next
+#. heading, Shift H to the previous heading, T to the next table, and so on.
+#. This feature needs to be toggle-able so that it does not interfere with normal
+#. writing functions.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:776
+msgid "Toggles structural navigation keys."
+msgstr "Vaihtelee rakenteellisia navigointinäppäimiä."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among blockquotes in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:779
+msgid "Goes to previous blockquote."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen lainattuun lohkoon."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among blockquotes in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:782
+msgid "Goes to next blockquote."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan lainattuun lohkoon."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among blockquotes in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:785
+msgid "Displays a list of blockquotes."
+msgstr "Näyttää listan lainauksista."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among buttons in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:788
+msgid "Goes to previous button."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen painikkeeseen."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among buttons in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:791
+msgid "Goes to next button."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan painikkeeseen."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among buttons in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:794
+msgid "Displays a list of buttons."
+msgstr "Näyttää luettelon painikkeista."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among check boxes in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:797
+msgid "Goes to previous check box."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen valintaruutuun."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among check boxes in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:800
+msgid "Goes to next check box."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan valintaruutuun."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among check boxes in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:803
+msgid "Displays a list of check boxes."
+msgstr "Näyttää valintaruutujen luettelon."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among clickable objects in a document.
+#. A "clickable" is a web element with an "onClick" handler.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:807
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Goes to previous table."
+msgid "Goes to previous clickable."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan tauluun."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among clickable objects in a document.
+#. A "clickable" is a web element with an "onClick" handler.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:811
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Goes to next table."
+msgid "Goes to next clickable."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen tauluun."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among clickable objects in a document.
+#. A "clickable" is a web element with an "onClick" handler.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:815
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Displays a list of tables."
+msgid "Displays a list of clickables."
+msgstr "Näyttää luettelon taulukoista."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among combo boxes in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:818
+msgid "Goes to previous combo box."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen yhdistelmäruutuun."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among combo boxes in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:821
+msgid "Goes to next combo box."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan yhdistelmäruutuun"
+
+#. Translators: This string describes a document navigation command which moves
+#. to the start of the current container. Examples of containers include tables,
+#. lists, and blockquotes.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:826
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Goes to the top of the file."
+msgid "Goes to start of container."
+msgstr "Siirtyy tiedoston alkuun."
+
+#. Translators: This string describes a document navigation command which moves
+#. to the end of the current container. Examples of containers include tables,
+#. lists, and blockquotes.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:831
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Goes to the end of the line."
+msgid "Goes to end of container."
+msgstr "Siirtyy rivin loppuun."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among combo boxes in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:834
+msgid "Displays a list of combo boxes."
+msgstr "Näyttää yhdistelmäruutujen listan."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among entries in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:837
+msgid "Goes to previous entry."
+msgstr "Siirtää edelliseen kohtaan."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among entries in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:840
+msgid "Goes to next entry."
+msgstr "Siirtää seuraavaan kohtaan."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among entries in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:843
+msgid "Displays a list of entries."
+msgstr "Näyttää kohtien listan."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among form fields in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:846
+msgid "Goes to previous form field."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen lomakkeen kenttään."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among form fields in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:849
+msgid "Goes to next form field."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan lomakkeen kenttään."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among form fields in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:852
+msgid "Displays a list of form fields."
+msgstr "Näyttää luettelon lomakekentistä."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among headings (e.g. <h1>) in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:855
+msgid "Goes to previous heading."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen otsakkeeseen."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among headings (e.g. <h1>) in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:858
+msgid "Goes to next heading."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan otsakkeeseen."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among headings (e.g. <h1>) in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:861
+msgid "Displays a list of headings."
+msgstr "Näyttää luettelon otsikoista."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among headings (e.g. <h1>) in a document.
+#. <h1> is a heading at level 1, <h2> is a heading at level 2, etc.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:865
+#, python-format
+msgid "Goes to previous heading at level %d."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen tason %d otsakkeeseen."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among headings (e.g. <h1>) in a document.
+#. <h1> is a heading at level 1, <h2> is a heading at level 2, etc.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:869
+#, python-format
+msgid "Goes to next heading at level %d."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan tason %d otsakkeeseen."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among headings (e.g. <h1>) in a document.
+#. <h1> is a heading at level 1, <h2> is a heading at level 2, etc.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:873
+#, python-format
+msgid "Displays a list of headings at level %d."
+msgstr "Näyttää luettelon tason %d otsikoista."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among images in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:876
+msgid "Goes to previous image."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen kuvaan."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among images in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:879
+msgid "Goes to next image."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan kuvaan."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among images in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:882
+msgid "Displays a list of images."
+msgstr "Näyttää luettelon kuvista."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among ARIA landmarks in a document. ARIA
+#. role landmarks are the W3C defined HTML tag attribute 'role' used to identify
+#. important part of webpage like banners, main context, search etc.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:887
+msgid "Goes to previous landmark."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen maamerkkiin."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among ARIA landmarks in a document. ARIA
+#. role landmarks are the W3C defined HTML tag attribute 'role' used to identify
+#. important part of webpage like banners, main context, search etc.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:892
+msgid "Goes to next landmark."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan maamerkkiin."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among ARIA landmarks in a document. ARIA
+#. role landmarks are the W3C defined HTML tag attribute 'role' used to identify
+#. important part of webpage like banners, main context, search etc.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:897
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Displays a list of links."
+msgid "Displays a list of landmarks."
+msgstr "Näyttää luettelon linkeistä."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among large objects in a document.
+#. A 'large object' is a logical chunk of text, such as a paragraph, a list,
+#. a table, etc.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:902
+msgid "Goes to previous large object."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen isoon kohteeseen."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among large objects in a document.
+#. A 'large object' is a logical chunk of text, such as a paragraph, a list,
+#. a table, etc.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:907
+msgid "Goes to next large object."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan isoon kohteeseen."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among large objects in a document.
+#. A 'large object' is a logical chunk of text, such as a paragraph, a list,
+#. a table, etc.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:912
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "No more large objects."
+msgid "Displays a list of large objects."
+msgstr "Ei lisää isoja kohteita."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among links in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:915
+msgid "Goes to previous link."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen linkkiin."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among links in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:918
+msgid "Goes to next link."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan linkkiin."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among links in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:921
+msgid "Displays a list of links."
+msgstr "Näyttää luettelon linkeistä."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among lists in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:924
+msgid "Goes to previous list."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen luetteloon."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among lists in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:927
+msgid "Goes to next list."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan luetteloon."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among lists in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:930
+msgid "Displays a list of lists."
+msgstr "Näyttää luettelon luetteloista."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among list items in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:933
+msgid "Goes to previous list item."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen luettelon kohtaan."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among list items in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:936
+msgid "Goes to next list item."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan luettelon kohtaan."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among list items in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:939
+msgid "Displays a list of list items."
+msgstr "Näyttää luettelon luettelokohteista."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among live regions in a document. A live
+#. region is an area of a web page that is periodically updated, e.g. a stock
+#. ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:944
+msgid "Goes to previous live region."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen aktiiviseen alueeseen."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among live regions in a document. A live
+#. region is an area of a web page that is periodically updated, e.g. a stock
+#. ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:949
+msgid "Goes to next live region."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan aktiiviseen alueeseen."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among live regions in a document. A live
+#. region is an area of a web page that is periodically updated, e.g. a stock
+#. ticker. http://www.w3.org/TR/wai-aria/terms#def_liveregion
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:954
+msgid "Goes to the last live region which made an announcement."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen ilmoituksen sisältävään kehykseen."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among paragraphs in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:957
+msgid "Goes to previous paragraph."
+msgstr "Siirtää edelliseen kappaleeseen."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among paragraphs in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:960
+msgid "Goes to next paragraph."
+msgstr "Siirtää seuraavaan kappaleeseen."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among paragraphs in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:963
+msgid "Displays a list of paragraphs."
+msgstr "Näyttää luettelon kappaleista."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among radio buttons in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:966
+msgid "Goes to previous radio button."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen radiopainikkeeseen."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among radio buttons in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:969
+msgid "Goes to next radio button."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan radiopainikkeeseen."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among radio buttons in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:972
+msgid "Displays a list of radio buttons."
+msgstr "Ei lisää radiopainikkeita."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among separators (e.g. <hr>) in a
+#. document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:976
+msgid "Goes to previous separator."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen erottimeen."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among separators (e.g. <hr>) in a
+#. document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:980
+msgid "Goes to next separator."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan erottimeen."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among tables in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:983
+msgid "Goes to previous table."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen taulukkoon."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among tables in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:986
+msgid "Goes to next table."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan taulukkoon."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among tables in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:989
+msgid "Displays a list of tables."
+msgstr "Näyttää luettelon taulukoista."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among table cells in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:992
+msgid "Goes down one cell."
+msgstr "Siirtyy yhden solun alas."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among table cells in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:995
+msgid "Goes to the first cell in a table."
+msgstr "Siirtyy taulukon ensimmäiseen soluun."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among table cells in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:998
+msgid "Goes to the last cell in a table."
+msgstr "Siirtyy taulukon viimeiseen soluun."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among table cells in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1001
+msgid "Goes left one cell."
+msgstr "Siirtyy yhden solun vasemmalle."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among table cells in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1004
+msgid "Goes right one cell."
+msgstr "Siirtyy yhden solun oikealle."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among table cells in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1007
+msgid "Goes up one cell."
+msgstr "Siirtyy yhden solun ylös."
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a number of commands that override the default
+#. behavior within an application. For instance, on a web page, "h" moves
+#. you to the next heading. What should happen when you press an "h" in
+#. an entry on a web page depends: If you want to resume reading content,
+#. "h" should move to the next heading; if you want to enter text, "h"
+#. should not not move you to the next heading. Similarly, if you are
+#. at the bottom of an entry and press Down arrow, should you leave the
+#. entry? Again, it depends on if you want to resume reading content or
+#. if you are editing the text in the entry. Because Orca doesn't know
+#. what you want to do, it has two modes: In browse mode, Orca treats
+#. key presses as commands to read the content; in focus mode, Orca treats
+#. key presses as something that should be handled by the focused widget.
+#. This string is associated with the Orca command to manually switch
+#. between these two modes.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1023
+msgid "Switches between browse mode and focus mode."
+msgstr "Vaihtaa selaustilan ja vuorovaikutustilan välillä."
+
+#. Translators: (Please see the previous, detailed translator notes about
+#. Focus mode and Browse mode.) In order to minimize the amount of work Orca
+#. users need to do to switch between focus mode and browse mode, Orca attempts
+#. to automatically switch to the mode which is appropriate to the current
+#. web element. Sometimes, however, this automatic mode switching is not what
+#. the user wants. A good example being web apps which have their own keyboard
+#. navigation and use interaction model. As a result, Orca has a command which
+#. enables setting a "sticky" focus mode which disables all automatic toggling.
+#. This string is associated with the Orca command to enable sticky focus mode.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1034
+msgid "Enables sticky focus mode."
+msgstr "Ottaa käyttöönpysyvän vuorovaikutustilan."
+
+#. Translators: (Please see the previous, detailed translator notes about
+#. Focus mode and Browse mode.) In order to minimize the amount of work Orca
+#. users need to do to switch between focus mode and browse mode, Orca attempts
+#. to automatically switch to the mode which is appropriate to the current
+#. web element. Sometimes, however, this automatic mode switching is not what
+#. the user wants. A good example being web apps which have their own keyboard
+#. navigation and use interaction model. As a result, Orca has a command which
+#. enables setting a "sticky" browse mode which disables all automatic toggling.
+#. This string is associated with the Orca command to enable sticky browse mode.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1045
+msgid "Enables sticky browse mode."
+msgstr "Ottaa käyttöön pysyvän selaustilan."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among unvisited links in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1048
+msgid "Goes to previous unvisited link."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen vierailemattomaan linkkiin."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among unvisited links in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1051
+msgid "Goes to next unvisited link."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan vierailemattomaan linkkiin."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among unvisited links in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1054
+msgid "Displays a list of unvisited links."
+msgstr "Näyttää luettelon linkeistä, joissa ei ole vierailtu."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among visited links in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1057
+msgid "Goes to previous visited link."
+msgstr "Siirtyy edelliseen vierailtuun linkkiin."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among visited links in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1060
+msgid "Goes to next visited link."
+msgstr "Siirtyy seuraavaan vierailtuun linkkiin."
+
+#. Translators: this is for navigating among visited links in a document.
+#: ../src/orca/cmdnames.py:1063
+msgid "Displays a list of visited links."
+msgstr "Näyttää luettelon vierailluista linkeistä."
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:35
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "alice blue"
+msgstr "UU"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:40
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "antique white"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:45
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "aquamarine"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:50
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "azure"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:55
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "beige"
+msgstr "beige"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:60
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "bisque"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:65
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "black"
+msgstr "musta"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:70
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "black diamond"
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "blanched almond"
+msgstr "musta timantti"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:75
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "blue"
+msgstr "sininen"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:80
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "blue violet"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:85
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "brown"
+msgstr "ruskea"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:90
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "burlywood"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:95
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "cadet blue"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:100
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "chartreuse"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:105
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "chocolate"
+msgstr "suklaa"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:110
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "coral"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:115
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "cornflower blue"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:120
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "cornsilk"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:125
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "crimson"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:130
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "cyan"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:135
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dark blue"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:140
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dark cyan"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:145
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dark goldenrod"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:150
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "a grave"
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dark gray"
+msgstr "a takahipsu"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:155
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dark green"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:160
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dark khaki"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:165
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dark magenta"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:170
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dark olive green"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:175
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dark orange"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:180
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dark orchid"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:185
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dark red"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:190
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dark salmon"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:195
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dark sea green"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:200
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dark slate blue"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:205
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dark slate gray"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:210
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dark turquoise"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:215
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dark violet"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:220
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "deep pink"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:225
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "deep sky blue"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:230
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "i grave"
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dim gray"
+msgstr "i takahipsu"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:235
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "dodger blue"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:240
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "fire brick"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:245
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "floral white"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:250
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "forest green"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:255
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "fuchsia"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:260
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "gainsboro"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#HTML_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:265
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "ghost white"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:270
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "gold"
+msgstr "kulta"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:275
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "goldenrod"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:280
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "gray"
+msgstr "harmaa"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:285
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "green"
+msgstr "vihreä"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:290
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "green yellow"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:295
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "honeydew"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:300
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "hot pink"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:305
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Hindi Grade 1"
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "indian red"
+msgstr "Hindi taso 1"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:310
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "indigo"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:315
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "ivory"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:320
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "khaki"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:325
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "lavender"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:330
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "lavender blush"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:335
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "lawn green"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:340
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "lemon chiffon"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:345
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right brace"
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "light blue"
+msgstr "oikea kaarisulku"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:350
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right control"
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "light coral"
+msgstr "oikea control"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:355
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right paren"
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "light cyan"
+msgstr "oikea sulku"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:360
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "light goldenrod yellow"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:365
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right brace"
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "light gray"
+msgstr "oikea kaarisulku"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:370
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right paren"
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "light green"
+msgstr "oikea sulku"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:375
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right paren"
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "light pink"
+msgstr "oikea sulku"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:380
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right alt"
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "light salmon"
+msgstr "oikea alt"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:385
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right paren"
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "light sea green"
+msgstr "oikea sulku"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:390
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right super"
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "light sky blue"
+msgstr "oikea super"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:395
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "light slate gray"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:400
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "light steel blue"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:405
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right arrow"
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "light yellow"
+msgstr "oikea nuoli"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:410
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "lime"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:415
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "lime green"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:420
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "newline"
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "linen"
+msgstr "rivinvaihto"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:425
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "magenta"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:430
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "maroon"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:435
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "medium aquamarine"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:440
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "medium blue"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:445
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "medium orchid"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:450
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "medium purple"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:455
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "medium sea green"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:460
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "medium slate blue"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:465
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "medium spring green"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:470
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "medium turquoise"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:475
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "medium violet red"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:480
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "midnight blue"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:485
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "mint cream"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:490
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "misty rose"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:495
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "moccasin"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:500
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "navajo white"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:505
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "navy"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:510
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "old lace"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:515
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "olive"
+msgstr "oliivi"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:520
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "olive drab"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:525
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "orange"
+msgstr "oranssi"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:530
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "orange red"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:535
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "orchid"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:540
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "pale goldenrod"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:545
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "pale green"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:550
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "pale turquoise"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:555
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "pale violet red"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:560
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "papaya whip"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:565
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "peach puff"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:570
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "peru"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:575
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "pink"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:580
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "plum"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:585
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "powder blue"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:590
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "purple"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:595
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "red"
+msgstr "punainen"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:600
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "rosy brown"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:605
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "royal blue"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:610
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "saddle brown"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:615
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "salmon"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:620
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "sandy brown"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:625
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "%s screen"
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "sea green"
+msgstr "%s-näyttö"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:630
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "seashell"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:635
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "sienna"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:640
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "silver"
+msgstr "hopea"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:645
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "sky blue"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:650
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "slate blue"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:655
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "slate gray"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:660
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "snow"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:665
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "spring green"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:670
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "steel blue"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:675
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "btn"
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "tan"
+msgstr "pnk"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:680
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "teal"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:685
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "thistle"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:690
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "tomato"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:695
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "turquoise"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:700
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "violet"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:705
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "wheat"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:710
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "white"
+msgstr "valkoinen"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:715
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "white space"
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "white smoke"
+msgstr "tyhjä tila"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:720
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "yellow"
+msgstr "keltainen"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to a CSS color name. The name, hex value, and color
+#. can be found at http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colornames.asp and at
+#. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_colors#X11_color_names.
+#: ../src/orca/colornames.py:725
+msgctxt "color name"
+msgid "yellow green"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: This string appears on a button in a dialog. "Activating" the
+#. selected item will perform the action that one would expect to occur if the
+#. object were clicked on with the mouse. If the object is a link, activating
+#. it will bring you to a new page. If the object is a button, activating it
+#. will press the button. If the object is a combobox, activating it will expand
+#. it to show all of its contents. And so on.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:40
+msgid "_Activate"
+msgstr "_Aktivoi"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a number of commands that override the default behavior
+#. within an application. For instance, on a web page Orca's Structural Navigation
+#. command "h" moves you to the next heading. What should happen when you press
+#. "h" in an entry on a web page depends: If you want to resume reading content,
+#. "h" should move to the next heading; if you want to enter text, "h" should not
+#. move you to the next heading. Because Orca doesn't know what you want to do,
+#. it has two modes: In browse mode, Orca treats key presses as commands to read
+#. the content; in focus mode, Orca treats key presses as something that should be
+#. handled by the focused widget. Orca optionally can attempt to detect which mode
+#. is appropriate for the current situation and switch automatically. This string
+#. is a label for a GUI option to enable such automatic switching when structural
+#. navigation commands are used. As an example, if this setting were enabled,
+#. pressing "e" to move to the next entry would move focus there and also turn
+#. focus mode on so that the next press of "e" would type an "e" into the entry.
+#. If this setting is not enabled, the second press of "e" would continue to be
+#. a navigation command to move amongst entries.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:58
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Toggles structural navigation keys."
+msgid "Automatic focus mode during structural navigation"
+msgstr "Vaihtelee rakenteellisia navigointinäppäimiä."
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a number of commands that override the default behavior
+#. within an application. For instance, if you are at the bottom of an entry and
+#. press Down arrow, should you leave the entry? It depends on if you want to
+#. resume reading content or if you are editing the text in the entry. Because
+#. Orca doesn't know what you want to do, it has two modes: In browse mode, Orca
+#. treats key presses as commands to read the content; in focus mode, Orca treats
+#. key presses as something that should be handled by the focused widget. Orca
+#. optionally can attempt to detect which mode is appropriate for the current
+#. situation and switch automatically. This string is a label for a GUI option to
+#. enable such automatic switching when caret navigation commands are used. As an
+#. example, if this setting were enabled, pressing Down Arrow would allow you to
+#. move into an entry but once you had done so, Orca would switch to Focus mode
+#. and subsequent presses of Down Arrow would be controlled by the web browser
+#. and not by Orca. If this setting is not enabled, Orca would continue to control
+#. what happens when you press an arrow key, thus making it possible to arrow out
+#. of the entry.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:76
+msgid "Automatic focus mode during caret navigation"
+msgstr "automaattinen vuorovaikutustila kohdistimella navigoinnin aikana."
+
+#. Translators: A single braille cell on a refreshable braille display consists
+#. of 8 dots. Dot 7 is the dot in the bottom left corner. If the user selects
+#. this option, Dot 7 will be used to 'underline' text of interest, e.g. when
+#. "marking"/indicating that a given word is bold.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:82 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:146
+msgid "Dot _7"
+msgstr "Piste _7"
+
+#. Translators: A single braille cell on a refreshable braille display consists
+#. of 8 dots. Dot 8 is the dot in the bottom right corner. If the user selects
+#. this option, Dot 8 will be used to 'underline' text of interest,  e.g. when
+#. "marking"/indicating that a given word is bold.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:88 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:147
+msgid "Dot _8"
+msgstr "Piste _8"
+
+#. Translators: A single braille cell on a refreshable braille display consists
+#. of 8 dots. Dots 7-8 are the dots at the bottom. If the user selects this
+#. option, Dots 7-8 will be used to 'underline' text of interest,  e.g. when
+#. "marking"/indicating that a given word is bold.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:94 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:148
+msgid "Dots 7 an_d 8"
+msgstr "Pisteet 7 _ja 8"
+
+#. Translators: This is the label for a button in a dialog.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:97 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:17
+msgid "_Cancel"
+msgstr "_Peru"
+
+#. Translators: This is the label for a button in a dialog.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:100
+msgid "_Jump to"
+msgstr "_Siirry"
+
+#. Translators: This is the label for a button in a dialog.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:103 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:19
+msgid "_OK"
+msgstr "_OK"
+
+#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via
+#. text-to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital
+#. letters are presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to
+#. presenting a capital letter (which Speech Dispatcher refers to as 'spell'),
+#. or play a tone (which Speech Dispatcher refers to as a sound 'icon'.) This
+#. string to be translated appears as a combo box item in Orca's Preferences.
+#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via
+#. text-to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital
+#. letters are presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to
+#. presenting a capital letter, or play a tone which Speech Dispatcher refers
+#. to as a sound 'icon'. This string to be translated refers to the brief/
+#. non-verbose output presented in response to the use of an Orca command which
+#. makes it possible for users to quickly cycle amongst these alternatives
+#. without having to get into a GUI.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:111 ../src/orca/messages.py:87
+msgctxt "capitalization style"
+msgid "icon"
+msgstr "kuvake"
+
+#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via
+#. text-to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital
+#. letters are presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to
+#. presenting a capital letter (which Speech Dispatcher refers to as 'spell'),
+#. or play a tone (which Speech Dispatcher refers to as a sound 'icon'.) This
+#. string to be translated appears as a combo box item in Orca's Preferences.
+#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via
+#. text-to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital
+#. letters are presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to
+#. presenting a capital letter, or play a tone which Speech Dispatcher refers
+#. to as a sound 'icon'. This string to be translated refers to the brief/
+#. non-verbose output presented in response to the use of an Orca command which
+#. makes it possible for users to quickly cycle amongst these alternatives
+#. without having to get into a GUI.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:119 ../src/orca/messages.py:107
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgctxt "textattr"
+#| msgid "none"
+msgctxt "capitalization style"
+msgid "none"
+msgstr "ei mitään"
+
+#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via
+#. text-to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital
+#. letters are presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to
+#. presenting a capital letter (which Speech Dispatcher refers to as 'spell'),
+#. or play a tone (which Speech Dispatcher refers to as a sound 'icon'.) This
+#. string to be translated appears as a combo box item in Orca's Preferences.
+#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via
+#. text-to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital
+#. letters are presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to
+#. presenting a capital letter, or play a tone which Speech Dispatcher refers
+#. to as a sound 'icon'. This string to be translated refers to the brief/
+#. non-verbose output presented in response to the use of an Orca command which
+#. makes it possible for users to quickly cycle amongst these alternatives
+#. without having to get into a GUI.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:127 ../src/orca/messages.py:127
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgctxt "textattr"
+#| msgid "spelling"
+msgctxt "capitalization style"
+msgid "spell"
+msgstr "oikeinkirjoitus"
+
+#. Translators: If this checkbox is checked, then Orca will tell you when one of
+#. your buddies is typing a message.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:131
+msgid "Announce when your _buddies are typing"
+msgstr "_Kerro kun tuttavat kirjoittavat"
+
+#. Translators: If this checkbox is checked, then Orca will provide the user with
+#. chat room specific message histories rather than just a single history which
+#. contains the latest messages from all the chat rooms that they are in.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:136
+msgid "Provide chat room specific _message histories"
+msgstr "Tarjoa keskusteluhuonekohtainen viestihistoria"
+
+#. Translators: This is the label of a panel holding options for how messages in
+#. this application's chat rooms should be spoken. The options are: Speak messages
+#. from all channels (i.e. even if the chat application doesn't have focus); speak
+#. messages from a channel only if it is the active channel; speak messages from
+#. any channel, but only if the chat application has focus.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:143
+msgid "Speak messages from"
+msgstr "Puhu viestit lähteestä"
+
+#. Translators: This is the label of a radio button. If it is selected, Orca will
+#. speak all new chat messages as they appear irrespective of whether or not the
+#. chat application currently has focus. This is the default behaviour.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:148
+msgid "All cha_nnels"
+msgstr "Kaikki _kanavat"
+
+#. Translators: This is the label of a radio button. If it is selected, Orca will
+#. speak all new chat messages as they appear if and only if the chat application
+#. has focus. The string substitution is for the application name (e.g Pidgin).
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:153
+#, python-format
+msgid "All channels when an_y %s window is active"
+msgstr "Kaikki kanavat, kun mikä tahan_sa %s-ikkuna on aktiivinen"
+
+#. Translators: This is the label of a radio button. If it is selected, Orca will
+#. only speak new chat messages for the currently active channel, irrespective of
+#. whether the chat application has focus.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:158
+msgid "A channel only if its _window is active"
+msgstr "Kanava vain jos sen _ikkuna on aktiivinen"
+
+#. Translators: If this checkbox is checked, then Orca will speak the name of the
+#. chat room prior to presenting an incoming message.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:162
+msgid "_Speak Chat Room name"
+msgstr "_Lausu keskusteluhuoneen nimi"
+
+#. Translators: When presenting the content of a line on a web page, Orca by
+#. default presents the full line, including any links or form fields on that
+#. line, in order to reflect the on-screen layout as seen by sighted users.
+#. Not all users like this presentation, however, and prefer to have objects
+#. treated as if they were on individual lines, such as is done by Windows
+#. screen readers, so that unrelated objects (e.g. links in a navbar) are not
+#. all jumbled together. As a result, this is now configurable. If layout mode
+#. is enabled, Orca will present the full line as it appears on the screen; if
+#. it is disabled, Orca will treat each object as if it were on a separate line,
+#. both for presentation and navigation.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:174
+msgid "Enable layout mode for content"
+msgstr "Käytä ruutuasettelua."
+
+#. Translators: Orca's keybindings support double and triple "clicks" or key
+#. presses, similar to using a mouse. This string appears in Orca's preferences
+#. dialog after a keybinding which requires a double click.
+#. Translators: Orca keybindings support double
+#. and triple "clicks" or key presses, similar to
+#. using a mouse.
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:179 ../src/orca/keybindings.py:195
+msgid "double click"
+msgstr "kaksoisnapsautus"
+
+#. Translators: Orca's keybindings support double and triple "clicks" or key
+#. presses, similar to using a mouse. This string appears in Orca's preferences
+#. dialog after a keybinding which requires a triple click.
+#. Translators: Orca keybindings support double
+#. and triple "clicks" or key presses, similar to
+#. using a mouse.
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:184 ../src/orca/keybindings.py:201
+msgid "triple click"
+msgstr "kolmoisnapsautus"
+
+#. Translators: This is a label which will appear in the list of available speech
+#. engines as a special item. It refers to the default engine configured within
+#. the speech subsystem. Apart from this item, the user will have a chance to
+#. select a particular speech engine by its real name (Festival, IBMTTS, etc.)
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:190
+msgid "Default Synthesizer"
+msgstr "Oletus-_syntetisaattori"
+
+#. Translators: This is a label for a column header in Orca's pronunciation
+#. dictionary. The pronunciation dictionary allows the user to correct words
+#. which the speech synthesizer mispronounces (e.g. a person's name, a technical
+#. word) or doesn't pronounce as the user desires (e.g. an acronym) by providing
+#. an alternative string. The "Actual String" here refers to the word to be
+#. corrected as it would actually appear in text being read. Example: "LOL".
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:198
+msgid "Actual String"
+msgstr "Alkuperäinen merkkijono"
+
+#. Translators: This is a label for a column header in Orca's pronunciation
+#. dictionary. The pronunciation dictionary allows the user to correct words
+#. which the speech synthesizer mispronounces (e.g. a person's name, a technical
+#. word) or doesn't pronounce as the user desires (e.g. an acronym) by providing
+#. an alternative string. The "Replacement String" here refers to how the user
+#. would like the "Actual String" to be pronounced by the speech synthesizer.
+#. Example: "L O L" or "Laughing Out Loud" (for Actual String "LOL").
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:207
+msgid "Replacement String"
+msgstr "Korvaava merkkijono"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has an "echo" feature to present text as it is being written
+#. by the user. While Orca's "key echo" options present the actual keyboard keys
+#. being pressed, "character echo" presents the character/string of length 1 that
+#. is inserted as a result of the keypress.
+#. Translators: When this option is enabled, inserted text of length 1 is spoken.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:213 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:174
+msgid "Enable echo by cha_racter"
+msgstr "Ota _merkkien kaiutus käyttöön"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has an "echo" feature to present text as it is being written
+#. by the user. This string refers to a "key echo" option. When this option is
+#. enabled, dead keys will be announced when pressed.
+#. Translators: When this option is enabled, dead keys will be announced when pressed.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:218 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:172
+msgid "Enable non-spacing _diacritical keys"
+msgstr "Ota tilattomat _korostusmerkit käyttöön"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a "find" feature which allows the user to search the
+#. active application for on screen text and widgets. This label is associated
+#. with the setting to begin the search from the current location rather than
+#. from the top of the screen.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:224 ../src/orca/orca-find.ui.h:9
+msgid "C_urrent location"
+msgstr "_Nykyinen sijainti"
+
+#. Translators: This is the label for a spinbutton. This option allows the user
+#. to specify the number of matched characters that must be present before Orca
+#. speaks the line that contains the results from an application's Find toolbar.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:229
+msgid "Minimum length of matched text:"
+msgstr "Täsmätyn tekstin vähimmäispituus:"
+
+#. Translators: This is the label of a panel containing options for what Orca
+#. presents when the user is in the Find toolbar of an application, e.g. Firefox.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:233
+msgid "Find Options"
+msgstr "Haun valinnat"
+
+#. Translators: This is the label for a checkbox. This option controls whether
+#. the line that contains the match from an application's Find toolbar should
+#. always be spoken, or only spoken if it is a different line than the line
+#. which contained the last match.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:239
+msgid "Onl_y speak changed lines during find"
+msgstr "Lausu vain _muuttuneet rivit haun aikana"
+
+#. Translators: This is the label for a checkbox. This option controls whether or
+#. not Orca will automatically speak the line that contains the match while the
+#. user is performing a search from the Find toolbar of an application, e.g.
+#. Firefox.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:245
+msgid "Speak results during _find"
+msgstr "Lausu tulokset haun _aikana"
+
+#. Translators: Function is a table column header where the cells in the column
+#. are a sentence that briefly describes what action Orca will take if and when
+#. the user invokes that keyboard command.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:250
+msgid "Function"
+msgstr "Toiminto"
+
+#. Translators: Key Binding is a table column header where the cells in the
+#. column represent keyboard combinations the user can press to invoke Orca
+#. commands.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:255
+msgid "Key Binding"
+msgstr "Pikanäppäin"
+
+#. Translators: This string is a label for the group of Orca commands which
+#. can be used in any setting, task, or application. They are not specific
+#. to, for instance, web browsing.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:260
+msgctxt "keybindings"
+msgid "Default"
+msgstr "Oletus"
+
+#. Translators: An external braille device has buttons on it that permit the
+#. user to create input gestures from the braille device. The braille bindings
+#. are what determine the actions Orca will take when the user presses these
+#. buttons.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:266
+msgid "Braille Bindings"
+msgstr "Pistekirjoitusnäppäinten toiminnot"
+
+#. Translators: This string is a label for the group of Orca commands which
+#. do not currently have an associated key binding.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:270
+msgid "Unbound"
+msgstr "Määrittelemätön"
+
+#. Translators: Modified is a table column header in Orca's preferences dialog.
+#. This column contains a checkbox which indicates whether a key binding
+#. for an Orca command has been changed by the user to something other than its
+#. default value.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:276
+msgctxt "keybindings"
+msgid "Modified"
+msgstr "Muokattu"
+
+#. Translators: This label refers to the keyboard layout (desktop or laptop).
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:279 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:20
+msgid "_Desktop"
+msgstr "_Työpöytä"
+
+#. Translators: Orca's preferences can be configured on a per-application basis,
+#. allowing users to customize Orca's behavior, keybindings, etc. to work one
+#. way in LibreOffice and another way in a chat application. This string is the
+#. title of Orca's application-specific preferences dialog for an application.
+#. The string substituted in is the accessible name of the application (e.g.
+#. "Gedit", "Firefox", etc.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:287
+#, python-format
+msgid "Screen Reader Preferences for %s"
+msgstr "Näytönlukijan asetukset sovellukselle %s"
+
+#. Translators: This is a table column header. This column consists of a single
+#. checkbox. If the checkbox is checked, Orca will indicate the associated item
+#. or attribute by "marking" it in braille. "Marking" is not the same as writing
+#. out the word; instead marking refers to adding some other indicator, e.g.
+#. "underlining" with braille dots 7-8 a word that is bold.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:294
+msgid "Mark in braille"
+msgstr "Merkitse pistekirjoituksella"
+
+#. Translators: "Present Unless" is a column header of the text attributes panel
+#. of the Orca preferences dialog. On this panel, the user can select a set of
+#. text attributes that they would like spoken and/or indicated in braille.
+#. Because the list of attributes could get quite lengthy, we provide the option
+#. to always speak/braille a text attribute *unless* its value is equal to the
+#. value given by the user in this column of the list. For example, given the
+#. text attribute "underline" and a present unless value of "none", the user is
+#. stating that he/she would like to have underlined text announced for all cases
+#. (single, double, low, etc.) except when the value of underline is none (i.e.
+#. when it's not underlined). "Present" here is being used as a verb.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:306
+msgid "Present Unless"
+msgstr "Puhu, jollei arvo ole"
+
+#. Translators: This is a table column header. The "Speak" column consists of a
+#. single checkbox. If the checkbox is checked, Orca will speak the associated
+#. item or attribute (e.g. saying "Bold" as part of the information presented
+#. when the user gives the Orca command to obtain the format and font details of
+#. the current text).
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:313
+msgid "Speak"
+msgstr "Puhu"
+
+#. Translators: This is the title of a message dialog informing the user that
+#. he/she attempted to save a new user profile under a name which already exists.
+#. A "user profile" is a collection of settings which apply to a given task, such
+#. as a "Spanish" profile which would use Spanish text-to-speech and Spanish
+#. braille and selected when reading Spanish content.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:320
+msgid "Save Profile As Conflict"
+msgstr "Tallenna profiili ristiriitaisena"
+
+#. Translators: This is the label of a message dialog informing the user that
+#. he/she attempted to save a new user profile under a name which already exists.
+#. A "user profile" is a collection of settings which apply to a given task, such
+#. as a "Spanish" profile which would use Spanish text-to-speech and Spanish
+#. braille and selected when reading Spanish content.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:327
+msgid "User Profile Conflict!"
+msgstr "Käyttäjäprofiilin ristiriita"
+
+#. Translators: This is the message in a dialog informing the user that he/she
+#. attempted to save a new user profile under a name which already exists.
+#. A "user profile" is a collection of settings which apply to a given task, such
+#. as a "Spanish" profile which would use Spanish text-to-speech and Spanish
+#. braille and selected when reading Spanish content.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:334
+#, python-format
+msgid ""
+"Profile %s already exists.\n"
+"Continue updating the existing profile with these new changes?"
+msgstr ""
+"Profiili %s on jo olemassa.\n"
+"Jatketaanko olemassa olevan profiilin päivitystä näillä uusilla muutoksilla?"
+
+#. Translators: This text is displayed in a message dialog when a user indicates
+#. he/she wants to switch to a new user profile which will cause him/her to lose
+#. settings which have been altered but not yet saved. A "user profile" is a
+#. collection of settings which apply to a given task such as a "Spanish" profile
+#. which would use Spanish text-to-speech and Spanish braille and selected when
+#. reading Spanish content.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:344
+msgid "Load user profile"
+msgstr "Lataa käyttäjäprofiili"
+
+#. Translators: This text is displayed in a message dialog when a user indicates
+#. he/she wants to switch to a new user profile which will cause him/her to lose
+#. settings which have been altered but not yet saved. A "user profile" is a
+#. collection of settings which apply to a given task such as a "Spanish" profile
+#. which would use Spanish text-to-speech and Spanish braille and selected when
+#. reading Spanish content.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:353
+msgid ""
+"You are about to change the active profile. If you\n"
+"have just made changes in your preferences, they will\n"
+"be dropped at profile load.\n"
+"\n"
+"Continue loading profile discarding previous changes?"
+msgstr ""
+"Olet vaihtamassa aktiivista profiilia. Mikäli olet juuri muokannut "
+"asetuksia, muutokset menetetään profiilin latauksen yhteydessä. \n"
+"Jatketaanko profiilin lataamista poistamalla edelliset muutokset?"
+
+#. Translators: Profiles in Orca make it possible for users to quickly switch
+#. amongst a group of pre-defined settings (e.g. an 'English' profile for reading
+#. text written in English using an English-language speech synthesizer and
+#. braille rules, and a similar 'Spanish' profile for reading Spanish text. The
+#. following string is the title of a dialog in which users can save a newly-
+#. defined profile.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:364
+msgid "Save Profile As"
+msgstr "Tallenna profiili nimellä"
+
+#. Translators: Profiles in Orca make it possible for users to quickly switch
+#. amongst a group of pre-defined settings (e.g. an 'English' profile for reading
+#. text written in English using an English-language speech synthesizer and
+#. braille rules, and a similar 'Spanish' profile for reading Spanish text. The
+#. following string is the label for a text entry in which the user enters the
+#. name of a new settings profile being saved via the 'Save Profile As' dialog.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:372
+msgid "_Profile Name:"
+msgstr "_Profiilin nimi:"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a setting which determines which progress bar updates
+#. should be announced. Choosing "All" means that Orca will present progress bar
+#. updates regardless of what application and window they happen to be in.
+#. Translators: Orca has a setting which determines which progress bar updates should be announced. Choosing 
All means that Orca will present progress bar updates regardless of what application and window they happen 
to be in.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:377 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:8
+msgctxt "ProgressBar"
+msgid "All"
+msgstr "Kaikki"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a setting which determines which progress bar updates
+#. should be announced. Choosing "Application" means that Orca will present
+#. progress bar updates as long as the progress bar is in the active application
+#. (but not necessarily in the current window).
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:383
+msgctxt "ProgressBar"
+msgid "Application"
+msgstr "Sovellus"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a setting which determines which progress bar updates
+#. should be announced. Choosing "Window" means that Orca will present progress
+#. bar updates as long as the progress bar is in the active window.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:388
+msgctxt "ProgressBar"
+msgid "Window"
+msgstr "Ikkuna"
+
+#. Translators: If this setting is chosen, no punctuation symbols will be spoken
+#. as a user reads a document.
+#. Translators: this refers to how much punctuation will be spoken by Orca when presenting text on the 
screen.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:392 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:94
+msgctxt "punctuation level"
+msgid "_None"
+msgstr "_Ei mitään"
+
+#. Translators: If this setting is chosen, common punctuation symbols (like
+#. comma, period, question mark) will not be spoken as a user reads a document,
+#. but less common symbols (such as #, @, $) will.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:397 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:95
+msgid "So_me"
+msgstr "_Osittain"
+
+#. Translators: If this setting is chosen, the majority of punctuation symbols
+#. will be spoken as a user reads a document.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:401 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:96
+msgid "M_ost"
+msgstr "_Yleisimmät"
+
+#. Translators: If this setting is chosen and the user is reading over an entire
+#. document, Orca will pause at the end of each line.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:405 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:5
+msgid "Line"
+msgstr "Rivi"
+
+#. Translators: If this setting is chosen and the user is reading over an entire
+#. document, Orca will pause at the end of each sentence.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:409 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:6
+msgid "Sentence"
+msgstr "Virke"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the text of a blockquote.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:415
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "quote"
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Blockquote"
+msgstr "lainausmerkki"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the text of a button.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:421
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Button"
+msgstr "Painike"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the caption of a table.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:427
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Caption"
+msgstr "Taulukon otsikko"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the label of a check box.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:433
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Check Box"
+msgstr "Valintaruutu"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the text displayed for a web element with an "onClick" handler.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:439
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Clickable"
+msgstr "napsautettava"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the selected item in a combo box.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:445
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Combo Box"
+msgstr "yhdistelmäruutu"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the description of an element.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:451
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Description"
+msgstr "Kuvaus"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the text of a heading.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:457
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Heading"
+msgstr "Otsikko"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the text (alt text, title, etc.) associated with an image.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:463
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Image"
+msgstr "Kuva"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the label of a form field.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:469
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Label"
+msgstr "tunniste"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the text of a landmark. ARIA role landmarks are the W3C defined HTML
+#. tag attribute 'role' used to identify important part of webpage like banners,
+#. main context, search etc.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:477
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "trademark"
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Landmark"
+msgstr "tavaramerkki"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of a column which
+#. contains the level of a heading. Level will be a "1" for <h1>, a "2" for <h2>,
+#. and so on.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:484
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Level"
+msgstr "taso"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the text of a link.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:490
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Link"
+msgstr "Linkki"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the text of a list.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:496
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "List"
+msgstr "luettelo\t"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the text of a list item.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:502
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "List Item"
+msgstr "Luettelokohta"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the text of an object.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:508
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Object"
+msgstr "objekti"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the text of a paragraph.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:514
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgctxt "textattr"
+#| msgid "paragraph style"
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Paragraph"
+msgstr "kappaleen tyyli"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the label of a radio button.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:520
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Radio Button"
+msgstr "Valintapainike"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the role of a widget. Examples include "heading", "paragraph",
+#. "table", "combo box", etc.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:527
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Role"
+msgstr "rooli"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the selected item of a form field.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:533
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Selected Item"
+msgstr "Valittu kohta"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the state of a widget. Examples include "checked"/"not checked",
+#. "selected"/"not selected", "visited/not visited", etc.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:540
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "State"
+msgstr "Tila"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the text of an entry.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:546
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Text"
+msgstr "Teksti"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the URI of a link.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:552
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "URI"
+msgstr "osoite"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title for a column which
+#. contains the value of a form field.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:558
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Value"
+msgstr "Arvo"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:563
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "No more blockquotes."
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Blockquotes"
+msgstr "Ei lisää lainattuja lohkoja."
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:568
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Buttons"
+msgstr "Painikkeet"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:573
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Check Boxes"
+msgstr "valintaruudut"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#. "Clickables" are web elements which have an "onClick" handler.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:579
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgctxt "structural navigation"
+#| msgid "Tables"
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Clickables"
+msgstr "Taulukot"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:584
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Combo Boxes"
+msgstr "yhdistelmäruudut"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:589
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Entries"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:594
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Form Fields"
+msgstr "Lomakekentät"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:599
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Headings"
+msgstr "Otsikot"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:604
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Images"
+msgstr "Kuvat"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#. Level will be a "1" for <h1>, a "2" for <h2>, and so on.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:610
+#, python-format
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Headings at Level %d"
+msgstr "Otsikot tasolla %d"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#. ARIA role landmarks are the W3C defined HTML tag attribute 'role' used to
+#. identify important part of webpage like banners, main context, search etc.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:617
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "trademark"
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Landmarks"
+msgstr "tavaramerkki"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#. A 'large object' is a logical chunk of text, such as a paragraph, a list,
+#. a table, etc.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:624
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "No more large objects."
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Large Objects"
+msgstr "Ei lisää isoja kohteita."
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:629
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Links"
+msgstr "Linkit"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:634
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Lists"
+msgstr "Luettelot"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:639
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "List Items"
+msgstr "Luettelokohteet"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:644
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Paragraphs"
+msgstr "Kappaleet"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:649
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "No more radio buttons."
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Radio Buttons"
+msgstr "Ei lisää radiovalitsimia."
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:654
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Tables"
+msgstr "Taulukot"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:659
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Unvisited Links"
+msgstr "Vierailemattomat linkit"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a command that presents a list of structural navigation
+#. objects in a dialog box so that users can navigate more quickly than they
+#. could with native keyboard navigation. This is the title of such a dialog box.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:664
+msgctxt "structural navigation"
+msgid "Visited Links"
+msgstr "Vieraillut linkit"
+
+#. Translators: This is the title of a panel holding options for how to navigate
+#. HTML content (e.g., Orca caret navigation, positioning of caret, structural
+#. navigation, etc.).
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:669
+msgid "Page Navigation"
+msgstr "Sivulla navigointi"
+
+#. Translators: When the user loads a new web page, they can optionally have Orca
+#. automatically start reading the page from beginning to end. This is the label
+#. of a checkbox in which users can indicate their preference.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:675
+msgid "Automatically start speaking a page when it is first _loaded"
+msgstr "Aloita sivun puhuminen automaattisesti, kun se _ladataan"
+
+#. Translators: When the user loads a new web page, they can optionally have Orca
+#. automatically summarize details about the page, such as the number of elements
+#. (landmarks, forms, links, tables, etc.).
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:680
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Automatically start speaking a page when it is first _loaded"
+msgid "_Present summary of a page when it is first loaded"
+msgstr "Aloita sivun puhuminen automaattisesti, kun se _ladataan"
+
+#. Translators: Different speech systems and speech engines work differently when
+#. it comes to handling pauses (e.g. sentence boundaries). This property allows
+#. the user to specify whether speech should be sent to the speech synthesis
+#. system immediately when a pause directive is encountered or if it should be
+#. queued up and sent to the speech synthesis system once the entire set of
+#. utterances has been calculated.
+#. Translators: different speech systems and speech engines work differently when it comes to handling 
pauses (e.g., sentence boundaries).  This property allows the user to specify whether speech should be sent 
to the speech synthesis system immediately when a pause directive is encountered or if it should be queued up 
and sent to the speech synthesis system once the entire set of utterances has been calculated.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:688 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:82
+msgid "Break speech into ch_unks between pauses"
+msgstr "Katkaise puhe tauotettuihin _paloihin"
+
+#. Translators: This string will appear in the list of available voices for the
+#. current speech engine. "%s" will be replaced by the name of the current speech
+#. engine, such as "Festival default voice" or "IBMTTS default voice". It refers
+#. to the default voice configured for given speech engine within the speech
+#. subsystem. Apart from this item, the list will contain the names of all
+#. available "real" voices provided by the speech engine.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:696
+#, python-format
+msgid "%s default voice"
+msgstr "%s oletusääni"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to the voice used by Orca when presenting the content
+#. of the screen and other messages.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:700
+msgctxt "VoiceType"
+msgid "Default"
+msgstr "Oletus"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to the voice used by Orca when presenting one or more
+#. characters which is part of a hyperlink.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:704
+msgctxt "VoiceType"
+msgid "Hyperlink"
+msgstr "Hyperlinkki"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to the voice used by Orca when presenting information
+#. which is not displayed on the screen as text, but is still being communicated
+#. by the system in some visual fashion. For instance, Orca says "misspelled" to
+#. indicate the presence of the red squiggly line found under a spelling error;
+#. Orca might say "3 of 6" when a user Tabs into a list of six items and the
+#. third item is selected. And so on.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:712
+msgctxt "VoiceType"
+msgid "System"
+msgstr "Järjestelmä"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to the voice used by Orca when presenting one or more
+#. characters which is written in uppercase.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:716
+msgctxt "VoiceType"
+msgid "Uppercase"
+msgstr "Isot kirjaimet"
+
+#. Translators this label refers to the name of particular speech synthesis
+#. system. (http://devel.freebsoft.org/speechd)
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:720
+msgid "Speech Dispatcher"
+msgstr "Puheentuottaja"
+
+#. Translators: This is a label for a group of options related to Orca's behavior
+#. when presenting an application's spell check dialog.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:724
+msgctxt "OptionGroup"
+msgid "Spell Check"
+msgstr "Oikeinkirjoituksen tarkistus"
+
+#. Translators: This is a label for a checkbox associated with an Orca setting.
+#. When this option is enabled, Orca will spell out the current error in addition
+#. to speaking it. For example, if the misspelled word is "foo," enabling this
+#. setting would cause Orca to speak "f o o" after speaking "foo".
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:730
+msgid "Spell _error"
+msgstr "kirjoitusvirhe"
+
+#. Translators: This is a label for a checkbox associated with an Orca setting.
+#. When this option is enabled, Orca will spell out the current suggestion in
+#. addition to speaking it. For example, if the misspelled word is "foo," and
+#. the first suggestion is "for" enabling this setting would cause Orca to speak
+#. "f o r" after speaking "for".
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:737
+msgid "Spell _suggestion"
+msgstr "lAUSU _EHDOTUS"
+
+#. Translators: This is a label for a checkbox associated with an Orca setting.
+#. When this option is enabled, Orca will present the context (surrounding text,
+#. typically the sentence or line) in which the mistake occurred.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:742
+msgid "Present _context of error"
+msgstr "Puhu virheen asiayhteys."
+
+#. Translators: This is a label for an option to tell Orca whether or not it
+#. should speak the coordinates of the current spreadsheet cell. Coordinates are
+#. the row and column position within the spreadsheet (i.e. A1, B1, C2 ...)
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:747
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Speak spread sheet cell coordinates"
+msgid "Speak spreadsheet cell coordinates"
+msgstr "Lausu taulukkolaskennan solun koordinaatit"
+
+#. Translators: This is a label for an option which controls what Orca speaks when
+#. presenting selection changes in a spreadsheet. By default, Orca will speak just
+#. what changed. For instance, if cells A1 through A8 are already selected, and the
+#. user adds A9 to the selection, Orca by default would just say "A9 selected."
+#. Some users, however, prefer to have Orca always announce the entire selected range,
+#. i.e. in the same scenario say "A1 through A9 selected." Those users should enable
+#. this option.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:756
+msgid "Always speak selected spreadsheet range"
+msgstr "Puhu aina koko valittu alue taulukosta."
+
+#. Translators: This is a label for an option for whether or not to speak the
+#. header of a table cell in document content.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:760
+msgid "Announce cell _header"
+msgstr "Lausu solun _otsake"
+
+#. Translators: This is the title of a panel containing options for specifying
+#. how to navigate tables in document content.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:764
+msgid "Table Navigation"
+msgstr "Taulukossa navigointi"
+
+#. Translators: This is a label for an option to tell Orca to skip over empty/
+#. blank cells when navigating tables in document content.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:768
+msgid "Skip _blank cells"
+msgstr "Ohita _tyhjät solut"
+
+#. Translators: When users are navigating a table, they sometimes want the entire
+#. row of a table read; other times they want just the current cell presented to
+#. them. This label is associated with the default presentation to be used.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:773
+msgid "Speak _cell"
+msgstr "Puhu _solu"
+
+#. Translators: This is a label for an option to tell Orca whether or not it
+#. should speak table cell coordinates in document content.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:777
+msgid "Speak _cell coordinates"
+msgstr "Puhu solun koordinaatit"
+
+#. Translators: This is a label for an option to tell Orca whether or not it
+#. should speak the span size of a table cell (e.g., how many rows and columns
+#. a particular table cell spans in a table).
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:782
+msgid "Speak _multiple cell spans"
+msgstr "Puhu _useita soluja kattavat solut"
+
+#. Translators: This is a table column header. "Attribute" here refers to text
+#. attributes such as bold, underline, family-name, etc.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:786
+msgid "Attribute Name"
+msgstr "Ominaisuuden nimi"
+
+#. Translators: Gecko native caret navigation is where Firefox itself controls
+#. how the arrow keys move the caret around HTML content. It's often broken, so
+#. Orca needs to provide its own support. As such, Orca offers the user the
+#. ability to switch between the Firefox mode and the Orca mode. This is the
+#. label of a checkbox in which users can indicate their default preference.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:793
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Use _Orca Caret Navigation"
+msgid "Control caret navigation"
+msgstr "Käytä _orcan kohdistin-navigointia"
+
+#. Translators: Orca provides keystrokes to navigate HTML content in a structural
+#. manner: go to previous/next header, list item, table, etc. This is the label
+#. of a checkbox in which users can indicate their default preference.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:798
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Toggles structural navigation keys."
+msgid "Enable _structural navigation"
+msgstr "Vaihtelee rakenteellisia navigointinäppäimiä."
+
+#. Translators: This refers to the amount of information Orca provides about a
+#. particular object that receives focus.
+#: ../src/orca/guilabels.py:802 ../src/orca/orca-setup.ui.h:90
+msgid "Brie_f"
+msgstr "Su_ppea"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the shift key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:42
+msgctxt "keyboard"
+msgid "Shift"
+msgstr "Vaihto"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the alt key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:46
+msgctxt "keyboard"
+msgid "Alt"
+msgstr "Alt"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the control key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:50
+msgctxt "keyboard"
+msgid "Control"
+msgstr "Cntrol"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the left shift key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:54
+msgid "left shift"
+msgstr "vasen vaihto"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the left alt key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:58
+msgid "left alt"
+msgstr "vasen alt"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the left ctrl key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:62
+msgid "left control"
+msgstr "vasen control"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the right shift key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:66
+msgid "right shift"
+msgstr "oikea vaihto"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the right alt key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:70
+msgid "right alt"
+msgstr "oikea alt"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the right ctrl key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:74
+msgid "right control"
+msgstr "oikea control"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the left meta key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:78
+msgid "left meta"
+msgstr "vasen meta"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the right meta key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:82
+msgid "right meta"
+msgstr "oikea meta"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the num lock key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:86
+msgid "num lock"
+msgstr "num lock"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the caps lock key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:90
+msgid "caps lock"
+msgstr "caps lock"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the scroll lock key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:94
+msgid "scroll lock"
+msgstr "scroll lock"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the page up key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:98 ../src/orca/keynames.py:102
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:106 ../src/orca/keynames.py:110
+msgid "page up"
+msgstr "sivu ylös"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the page down key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:114 ../src/orca/keynames.py:118
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:122 ../src/orca/keynames.py:126
+msgid "page down"
+msgstr "sivu alas"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the left tab key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:134
+msgid "left tab"
+msgstr "vasen sarkain"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the backspace key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:142
+msgid "backspace"
+msgstr "askelpalautin"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the return key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:146
+msgid "return"
+msgstr "rivinvaihto"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the enter key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:150
+msgid "enter"
+msgstr "enter"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the up arrow key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:154 ../src/orca/keynames.py:158
+msgid "up"
+msgstr "ylös"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the down arrow key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:162 ../src/orca/keynames.py:166
+msgid "down"
+msgstr "alas"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the left arrow key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:170 ../src/orca/keynames.py:174
+msgid "left"
+msgstr "vasen"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the right arrow key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:178 ../src/orca/keynames.py:182
+msgid "right"
+msgstr "oikea"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the left super key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:186
+msgid "left super"
+msgstr "vasen super"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the right super key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:190
+msgid "right super"
+msgstr "oikea super"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the menu key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:194
+msgid "menu"
+msgstr "valikko"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the ISO shift key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:198
+msgid "Alt Gr"
+msgstr "Alt Gr"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the help key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:202
+msgid "help"
+msgstr "ohje"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the multi key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:206
+msgid "multi"
+msgstr "multi"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the mode switch key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:210
+msgid "mode switch"
+msgstr "tilanvaihto"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the escape key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:214
+msgid "escape"
+msgstr "escape"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the insert key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:218 ../src/orca/keynames.py:222
+msgid "insert"
+msgstr "lisää"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the delete key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:226 ../src/orca/keynames.py:230
+msgid "delete"
+msgstr "poista"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the home key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:234 ../src/orca/keynames.py:238
+msgid "home"
+msgstr "kotiin"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the end key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:242 ../src/orca/keynames.py:246
+msgid "end"
+msgstr "loppuun"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the begin key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:250
+msgid "begin"
+msgstr "alkuun"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the
+#. non-spacing diacritical key for the circumflex glyph
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:265
+msgid "circumflex"
+msgstr "sirkumfleksi"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the
+#. non-spacing diacritical key for the ring glyph
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:280
+msgid "ring"
+msgstr "ympyrä"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the
+#. non-spacing diacritical key for the stroke glyph
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:290
+msgid "stroke"
+msgstr "poikkiviivaus"
+
+#. Translators: this is how someone would speak the name of the minus key
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keynames.py:294
+msgid "minus"
+msgstr "miinus"
+
+#. Translators: this is presented in a GUI to represent the
+#. "insert" key when used as the Orca modifier.
+#: ../src/orca/keybindings.py:140
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "insert"
+msgid "Insert"
+msgstr "lisää"
+
+#. Translators: this is presented in a GUI to represent the
+#. "caps lock" modifier.
+#. Translators: this is presented in a GUI to represent the
+#. "caps lock" modifier.
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keybindings.py:144 ../src/orca/keybindings.py:149
+msgid "Caps_Lock"
+msgstr "Caps_Lock"
+
+#. Translators: this is presented in a GUI to represent the
+#. "right alt" modifier.
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keybindings.py:156
+msgid "Alt_R"
+msgstr "Alt_R"
+
+#. Translators: this is presented in a GUI to represent the
+#. "super" modifier.
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keybindings.py:161
+msgid "Super"
+msgstr "Super"
+
+#. Translators: this is presented in a GUI to represent the
+#. "meta 2" modifier.
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keybindings.py:166
+msgid "Meta2"
+msgstr "Meta2"
+
+#. Translators: this is presented in a GUI to represent the
+#. "left alt" modifier.
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keybindings.py:173
+msgid "Alt_L"
+msgstr "Alt_L"
+
+#. Translators: this is presented in a GUI to represent the
+#. "control" modifier.
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keybindings.py:178
+msgid "Ctrl"
+msgstr "Ctrl"
+
+#. Translators: this is presented in a GUI to represent the
+#. "shift " modifier.
+#.
+#: ../src/orca/keybindings.py:183
+msgid "Shift"
+msgstr "Vaihto"
+
+#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
+#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
+#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
+#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
+#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
+#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
+#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
+#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1120
+#, fuzzy, python-format
+#| msgid "bold"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "bold %s"
+msgstr "korostettu"
+
+#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
+#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
+#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
+#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
+#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
+#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
+#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
+#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1130
+#, fuzzy, python-format
+#| msgctxt "textattr"
+#| msgid "italic"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "italic %s"
+msgstr "kursiivi"
+
+#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
+#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
+#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
+#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
+#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
+#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
+#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
+#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1140
+#, python-format
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "bold italic %s"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
+#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
+#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
+#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
+#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
+#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
+#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
+#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1150
+#, fuzzy, python-format
+#| msgid " subscript %s"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "script %s"
+msgstr " alaindeksi %s"
+
+#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
+#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
+#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
+#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
+#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
+#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
+#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
+#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1160
+#, fuzzy, python-format
+#| msgid " subscript %s"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "bold script %s"
+msgstr " alaindeksi %s"
+
+#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
+#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
+#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
+#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
+#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
+#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
+#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
+#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1170
+#, python-format
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "fraktur %s"
+msgstr "fraktuura %s"
+
+#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
+#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
+#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
+#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
+#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
+#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
+#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
+#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1180
+#, python-format
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "double-struck %s"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
+#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
+#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
+#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
+#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
+#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
+#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
+#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1190
+#, python-format
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "bold fraktur %s"
+msgstr "korostettu fraktuura %s"
+
+#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
+#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
+#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
+#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
+#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
+#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
+#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
+#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1200
+#, python-format
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "sans-serif %s"
+msgstr "sans-serif %s"
+
+#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
+#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
+#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
+#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
+#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
+#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
+#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
+#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1210
+#, python-format
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "sans-serif bold %s"
+msgstr "korostettu sans-serif %s"
+
+#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
+#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
+#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
+#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
+#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
+#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
+#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
+#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1220
+#, python-format
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "sans-serif italic %s"
+msgstr "sans-serif kursiivi %s"
+
+#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
+#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
+#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
+#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
+#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
+#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
+#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
+#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1230
+#, python-format
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "sans-serif bold italic %s"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
+#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
+#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
+#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
+#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
+#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
+#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
+#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1240
+#, fuzzy, python-format
+#| msgid "Workspace "
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "monospace %s"
+msgstr "Työpöytä "
+
+#. Translators: Unicode has a large set of characters consisting of a common
+#. alphanumeric symbol and a style. For instance, character 1D400 is a bold A,
+#. 1D468 is a bold italic A, 1D4D0 is a bold script A,, etc., etc. These styles
+#. can have specific meanings in mathematics and thus should be spoken along
+#. with the alphanumeric character. However, given the vast quantity of these
+#. characters, string substitution is being used with the substituted string
+#. being a single alphanumeric character. The full set of symbols can be found
+#. at http://www.unicode.org/charts/PDF/U1D400.pdf.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1250
+#, fuzzy, python-format
+#| msgid "Context is %s"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "dotless %s"
+msgstr "Konteksti on %s"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '←' (U+2190)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1253
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "left arrow"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "left arrow"
+msgstr "vasen nuoli"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↑' (U+2191)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1256
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "left arrow"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "up arrow"
+msgstr "vasen nuoli"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '→' (U+2192)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1259
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right arrow"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "right arrow"
+msgstr "oikea nuoli"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↓' (U+2193)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1262
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "left arrow"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "down arrow"
+msgstr "vasen nuoli"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↔' (U+2194)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1265
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right arrow"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "left right arrow"
+msgstr "oikea nuoli"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↕' (U+2195)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1268
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "up down arrow"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↖' (U+2196)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1271
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right arrow"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "north west arrow"
+msgstr "oikea nuoli"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↗' (U+2197)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1274
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right arrow"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "north east arrow"
+msgstr "oikea nuoli"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↘' (U+2198)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1277
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "left arrow"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "south east arrow"
+msgstr "vasen nuoli"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↤' (U+21a4)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1280
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "left arrow"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "left arrow from bar"
+msgstr "vasen nuoli"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↥' (U+21a5)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1283
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "up arrow from bar"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↦' (U+21a6)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1286
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right arrow"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "right arrow from bar"
+msgstr "oikea nuoli"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '↧' (U+21a7)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1289
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "down arrow from bar"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇐' (U+21d0)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1292
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "left double quote"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "left double arrow"
+msgstr "kaksinkertainen vasen lainausmerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇑' (U+21d1)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1295
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "double dagger"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "up double arrow"
+msgstr "kaksoisristi"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇒' (U+21d2)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1298
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right double quote"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "right double arrow"
+msgstr "kaksinkertainen oikea ainausmerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇓' (U+21d3)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1301
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "double dagger"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "down double arrow"
+msgstr "kaksoisristi"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇔' (U+21d4)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1304
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right double quote"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "left right double arrow"
+msgstr "kaksinkertainen oikea ainausmerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇕' (U+21d5)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1307
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "up down double arrow"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇖' (U+21d6)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1310
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "north west double arrow"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇗' (U+21d7)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1313
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "north east double arrow"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇘' (U+21d8)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1316
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "south east double arrow"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⇙' (U+21d9)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1319
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "south west double arrow"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '➔' (U+2794)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1322
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right-pointing arrow"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "right-pointing arrow"
+msgstr "oikeaan osoittava nuoli"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '➢' (U+27a2)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1325
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right-pointing arrowhead"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "right-pointing arrowhead"
+msgstr "oikeaan osoittava nuolenkärki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '-' (U+002d) when used
+#. as a MathML operator.
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '−' (U+2212)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1329 ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1417
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "minus"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "minus"
+msgstr "miinus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '<' (U+003c) when used
+#. as a MathML operator.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1333
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "less than"
+msgstr "pienempi kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '>' (U+003e) when used
+#. as a MathML operator.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1337
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "greater than"
+msgstr "suurempi kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '^' (U+005e) when used
+#. as a MathML operator.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1341
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "circumflex"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "circumflex"
+msgstr "circumflex"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character 'ˇ' (U+02c7) when used
+#. as a MathML operator.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1345
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "háček"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '˘' (U+02d8) when used
+#. as a MathML operator.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1349
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "breve"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '˙' (U+02d9) when used
+#. as a MathML operator.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1353
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "dot"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "dot"
+msgstr "piste"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken word for the character '‖' (U+2016) when used
+#. as a MathML operator.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1357
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgctxt "textattr"
+#| msgid "vertical align"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "double vertical line"
+msgstr "pystytasaus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '…' (U+2026)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1360
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "horizontal"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "horizontal ellipsis"
+msgstr "vaaka"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∀' (U+2200)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1363
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "for all"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∁' (U+2201)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1366
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "complement"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∂' (U+2202)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1369
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "partial differential"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∃' (U+2203)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1372
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "there exists"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∄' (U+2204)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1375
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "there does not exist"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∅' (U+2205)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1378
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "empty"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "empty set"
+msgstr "tyhjä"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∆' (U+2206)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1381
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "increment"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∇' (U+2207)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1384
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgctxt "indentation and justification"
+#| msgid "Enabled"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "nabla"
+msgstr "Käytössä"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∈' (U+2208)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1387
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "element of"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∉' (U+2209)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1390
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "not an element of"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∊' (U+220a)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1393
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "small element of"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∋' (U+220b)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1396
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "contains as a member"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∌' (U+220c)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1399
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "does not contain as a member"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∍' (U+220d)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1402
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "small contains as a member"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∎' (U+220e)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1405
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "End of row."
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "end of proof"
+msgstr "Rivin loppu."
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∏' (U+220f)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1408
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "product"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∐' (U+2210)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1411
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "coproduct"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∑' (U+2211)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1414
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgctxt "textattr"
+#| msgid "sub"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "sum"
+msgstr "alaviite"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∓' (U+2213)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1420
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "plus or minus"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "minus or plus"
+msgstr "plus-miinus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∔' (U+2214)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1423
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "plus"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "dot plus"
+msgstr "plus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∕' (U+2215)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1426
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "division slash"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∖' (U+2216)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1429
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "minus"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "set minus"
+msgstr "miinus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∗' (U+2217)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1432
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "asterisk operator"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∘' (U+2218)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1435
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "ring operator"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∙' (U+2219)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1438
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "bullet operator"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '√' (U+221a)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1441
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "square root"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "square root"
+msgstr "neliökuuri"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∛' (U+221b)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1444
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "cube root"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "cube root"
+msgstr "kuutiojuuri"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∜' (U+221c)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1447
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "square root"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "fourth root"
+msgstr "neliökuuri"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∝' (U+221d)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1450
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "proportional to"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∞' (U+221e)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1453
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "infinity"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "infinity"
+msgstr "äärettömyys"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∟' (U+221f)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1456
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right alt"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "right angle"
+msgstr "oikea alt"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∠' (U+2220)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1459
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgctxt "textattr"
+#| msgid "single"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "angle"
+msgstr "yksinkertainen"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∡' (U+2221)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1462
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "measured angle"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∢' (U+2222)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1465
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgctxt "textattr"
+#| msgid "vertical align"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "spherical angle"
+msgstr "pystytasaus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∣' (U+2223)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1468
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "divided by"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "divides"
+msgstr "jakomerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∤' (U+2224)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1471
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "does not divide"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∥' (U+2225)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1474
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "parallel to"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∦' (U+2226)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1477
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "not equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "not parallel to"
+msgstr "erisuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∧' (U+2227)
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋀' (U+22c0)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1480 ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1939
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "logical not"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "logical and"
+msgstr "looginen ei"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∨' (U+2228)
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋁' (U+22c1)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1483 ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1942
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "logical not"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "logical or"
+msgstr "looginen ei"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∩' (U+2229)
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋂' (U+22c2)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1486 ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1945
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgctxt "textattr"
+#| msgid "direction"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "intersection"
+msgstr "suunta"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∪' (U+222a)
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋃' (U+22c3)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1489 ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1948
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "union"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∫' (U+222b)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1492
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "integral"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∬' (U+222c)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1495
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "double prime"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "double integral"
+msgstr "kaksoishipsu"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∭' (U+222d)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1498
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "triple integral"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∮' (U+222e)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1501
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "contour integral"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∯' (U+222f)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1504
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "surface integral"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∰' (U+2230)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1507
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "volume integral"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∱' (U+2231)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1510
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "clockwise integral"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∲' (U+2232)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1513
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "clockwise contour integral"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∳' (U+2233)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1516
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "anticlockwise contour integral"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∴' (U+2234)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1519
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "therefore"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∵' (U+2235)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1522
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "because"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∶' (U+2236)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1525
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "ratio"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∷' (U+2237)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1528
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "proportion"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∸' (U+2238)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1531
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "minus"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "dot minus"
+msgstr "miinus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∹' (U+2239)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1534
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "excess"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∺' (U+223a)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1537
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "geometric proportion"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∻' (U+223b)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1540
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "homothetic"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∼' (U+223c)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1543
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "tilde"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "tilde"
+msgstr "tilde"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∽' (U+223d)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1546
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "reversed tilde"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∾' (U+223e)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1549
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "inverted lazy S"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '∿' (U+223f)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1552
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "sine wave"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≀' (U+2240)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1555
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "wreath product"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≁' (U+2241)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1558
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "n tilde"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "not tilde"
+msgstr "n tilde"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≂' (U+2242)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1561
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "n tilde"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "minus tilde"
+msgstr "n tilde"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≃' (U+2243)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1564
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "almost equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "asymptotically equal to"
+msgstr "lähes yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≄' (U+2244)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1567
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "almost equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "not asymptotically equal to"
+msgstr "lähes yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≅' (U+2245)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1570
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "almost equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "approximately equal to"
+msgstr "lähes yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≆' (U+2246)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1573
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "approximately but not actually equal to"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≇' (U+2247)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1576
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "neither approximately nor actually equal to"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≈' (U+2248)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1579
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "almost equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "almost equal to"
+msgstr "lähes yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≉' (U+2249)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1582
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "almost equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "not almost equal to"
+msgstr "lähes yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≊' (U+224a)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1585
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "almost equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "almost equal or equal to"
+msgstr "lähes yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≋' (U+224b)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1588
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "triple click"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "triple tilde"
+msgstr "kolmoisnapsautus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≌' (U+224c)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1591
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "almost equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "all equal to"
+msgstr "lähes yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≍' (U+224d)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1594
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "equivalent to"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≎' (U+224e)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1597
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "geometrically equivalent to"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≏' (U+224f)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1600
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "different site"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "difference between"
+msgstr "eri sivusto"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≐' (U+2250)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1603
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "approaches the limit"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≑' (U+2251)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1606
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "not equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "geometrically equal to"
+msgstr "erisuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≒' (U+2252)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1609
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "approximately equal to or the image of"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≓' (U+2253)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1612
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "image of or approximately equal to"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≔' (U+2254)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1615
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "equals"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "colon equals"
+msgstr "yhtäsuuri"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≕' (U+2255)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1618
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "equals"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "equals colon"
+msgstr "yhtäsuuri"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≖' (U+2256)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1621
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "not equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "ring in equal to"
+msgstr "erisuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≗' (U+2257)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1624
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "not equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "ring equal to"
+msgstr "erisuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≘' (U+2258)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1627
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "corresponds to"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≙' (U+2259)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1630
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "estimates"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≚' (U+225a)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1633
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "triangular bullet"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "equiangular to"
+msgstr "kolmikulmainen luoti"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≛' (U+225b)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1636
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "equals"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "star equals"
+msgstr "yhtäsuuri"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≜' (U+225c)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1639
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "not equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "delta equal to"
+msgstr "erisuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≝' (U+225d)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1642
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "equal to by definition"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≞' (U+225e)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1645
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "measured by"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≟' (U+225f)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1648
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "questioned equal to"
+msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≠' (U+2260)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1651
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "not equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "not equal to"
+msgstr "erisuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≡' (U+2261)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1654
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "vertical"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "identical to"
+msgstr "pysty"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≢' (U+2262)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1657
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "not equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "not identical to"
+msgstr "erisuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≣' (U+2263)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1660
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "strictly equivalent to"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≤' (U+2264)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1663
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≥' (U+2265)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1666
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≦' (U+2266)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1669
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "less than over equal to"
+msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≧' (U+2267)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1672
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "greater than over equal to"
+msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≨' (U+2268)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1675
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "less than but not equal to"
+msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≩' (U+2269)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1678
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "greater than but not equal to"
+msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≪' (U+226a)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1681
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "much less than"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≫' (U+226b)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1684
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "much greater than"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≬' (U+226c)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1687
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "between"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≭' (U+226d)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1690
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "not equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "not equivalent to"
+msgstr "erisuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≮' (U+226e)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1693
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "not less than"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≯' (U+226f)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1696
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "not greater than"
+msgstr "suurempi kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≰' (U+2270)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1699
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "neither less than nor equal to"
+msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≱' (U+2271)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1702
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "neither greater than nor equal to"
+msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≲' (U+2272)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1705
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "less than or equivalent to"
+msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≳' (U+2273)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1708
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "greater than or equivalent to"
+msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≴' (U+2274)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1711
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "neither less than nor equivalent to"
+msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≵' (U+2275)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1714
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "neither greater than nor equivalent to"
+msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≶' (U+2276)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1717
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "less than or greater than"
+msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≷' (U+2277)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1720
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "greater than or less than"
+msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≸' (U+2278)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1723
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "neither less than nor greater than"
+msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≹' (U+2279)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1726
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "neither greater than nor less than"
+msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≺' (U+227a)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1729
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "precedes"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≻' (U+227b)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1732
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "succeeds"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≼' (U+227c)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1735
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "precedes or equal to"
+msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≽' (U+227d)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1738
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "succeeds or equal to"
+msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≾' (U+227e)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1741
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "precedes or equivalent to"
+msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '≿' (U+227f)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1744
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "succeeds or equivalent to"
+msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊀' (U+2280)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1747
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "not pressed"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "does not precede"
+msgstr "ei painettu"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊁' (U+2281)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1750
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "does not succeed"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊂' (U+2282)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1753
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "subscript 0"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "subset of"
+msgstr "alaindeksi 0"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊃' (U+2283)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1756
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "superscript a"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "superset of"
+msgstr "yläindeksi a"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊄' (U+2284)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1759
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "not a subset of"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊅' (U+2285)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1762
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "not a superset of"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊆' (U+2286)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1765
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "subset of or equal to"
+msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊇' (U+2287)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1768
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "superset of or equal to"
+msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊈' (U+2288)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1771
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "neither a subset of nor equal to"
+msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊉' (U+2289)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1774
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "neither a superset of nor equal to"
+msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊊' (U+228a)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1777
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "subset of with not equal to"
+msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊋' (U+228b)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1780
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "superset of with not equal to"
+msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊌' (U+228c)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1783
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "multi-select"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "multiset"
+msgstr "monivalinta"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊍' (U+228d)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1786
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgctxt "textattr"
+#| msgid "justification"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "multiset multiplication"
+msgstr "tasaus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊎' (U+228e)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1789
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "multi-select"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "multiset union"
+msgstr "monivalinta"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊏' (U+228f)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1792
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "square root"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "square image of"
+msgstr "neliökuuri"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊐' (U+2290)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1795
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "square root"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "square original of"
+msgstr "neliökuuri"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊑' (U+2291)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1798
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "square image of or equal to"
+msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊒' (U+2292)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1801
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "square original of or equal to"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊓' (U+2293)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1804
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "square root"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "square cap"
+msgstr "neliökuuri"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊔' (U+2294)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1807
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "square root"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "square cup"
+msgstr "neliökuuri"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊕' (U+2295)
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⨁' (U+2a01)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1810 ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2158
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "circled plus"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊖' (U+2296)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1813
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "circled minus"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊗' (U+2297)
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⨂' (U+2a02)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1816 ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2161
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "circled times"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊘' (U+2298)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1819
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "circled division slash"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊙' (U+2299)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1822
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "circled dot operator"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊚' (U+229a)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1825
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "circled ring operator"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊛' (U+229b)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1828
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "circled asterisk operator"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊜' (U+229c)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1831
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "subscript equals"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "circled equals"
+msgstr "alaindeksi yhtä kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊝' (U+229d)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1834
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "en dash"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "circled dash"
+msgstr "pitkä viiva"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊞' (U+229e)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1837
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "subscript plus"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "squared plus"
+msgstr "alaindeksi plus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊟' (U+229f)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1840
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "subscript minus"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "squared minus"
+msgstr "alaindeksi miinus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊠' (U+22a0)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1843
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "square root"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "squared times"
+msgstr "neliökuuri"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊡' (U+22a1)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1846
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "square root"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "squared dot operator"
+msgstr "neliökuuri"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊢' (U+22a2)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1849
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right meta"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "right tack"
+msgstr "oikea meta"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊣' (U+22a3)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1852
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "left tab"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "left tack"
+msgstr "vasen sarkain"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊤' (U+22a4)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1855
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "down"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "down tack"
+msgstr "alas"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊥' (U+22a5)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1858
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "up tack"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊦' (U+22a6)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1861
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "section"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "assertion"
+msgstr "osio"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊧' (U+22a7)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1864
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "models"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊨' (U+22a8)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1867
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "true"
+msgstr "tosi"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊩' (U+22a9)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1870
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "forces"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊪' (U+22aa)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1873
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "triple vertical bar right turnstile"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊫' (U+22ab)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1876
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "double vertical bar double right turnstile"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊬' (U+22ac)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1879
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "does not prove"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊭' (U+22ad)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1882
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "not true"
+msgstr "epätosi"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊮' (U+22ae)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1885
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "does not force"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊯' (U+22af)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1888
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "negated double vertical bar double right turnstile"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊰' (U+22b0)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1891
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "precedes under relation"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊱' (U+22b1)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1894
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "succeeds under relation"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊲' (U+22b2)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1897
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "normal subgroup of"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊳' (U+22b3)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1900
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "contains as normal subgroup"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊴' (U+22b4)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1903
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "normal subgroup of or equal to"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊵' (U+22b5)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1906
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "contains as normal subgroup of or equal to"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊶' (U+22b6)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1909
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "ordinal"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "original of"
+msgstr "järjestysnumero"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊷' (U+22b7)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1912
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgctxt "structural navigation"
+#| msgid "Image"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "image of"
+msgstr "Kuva"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊸' (U+22b8)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1915
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "multi"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "multimap"
+msgstr "multi"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊹' (U+22b9)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1918
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "hermitian conjugate matrix"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊺' (U+22ba)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1921
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "intercalate"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊻' (U+22bb)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1924
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "xor"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊼' (U+22bc)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1927
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "nand"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊽' (U+22bd)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1930
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgctxt "textattr"
+#| msgid "normal"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "nor"
+msgstr "tavallinen"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊾' (U+22be)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1933
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right single quote"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "right angle with arc"
+msgstr "yksinkertainen oikea lainausmerkki"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⊿' (U+22bf)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1936
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right brace"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "right triangle"
+msgstr "oikea kaarisulku"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋄' (U+22c4)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1951
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "diamond operator"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋅' (U+22c5)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1954
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "dot operator"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋆' (U+22c6)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1957
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "star operator"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋇' (U+22c7)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1960
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "division times"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋈' (U+22c8)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1963
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "bowtie"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋉' (U+22c9)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1966
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "left normal factor semidirect product"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋊' (U+22ca)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1969
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "right normal factor semidirect product"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋋' (U+22cb)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1972
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "left semidirect product"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋌' (U+22cc)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1975
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "right semidirect product"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋍' (U+22cd)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1978
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "reversed tilde equals"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋎' (U+22ce)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1981
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "logical not"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "curly logical or"
+msgstr "looginen ei"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋏' (U+22cf)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1984
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "logical not"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "curly logical and"
+msgstr "looginen ei"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋐' (U+22d0)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1987
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "double prime"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "double subset"
+msgstr "kaksoishipsu"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋑' (U+22d1)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1990
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "double prime"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "double superset"
+msgstr "kaksoishipsu"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋒' (U+22d2)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1993
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgctxt "textattr"
+#| msgid "direction"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "double intersection"
+msgstr "suunta"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋓' (U+22d3)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1996
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "double prime"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "double union"
+msgstr "kaksoishipsu"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋔' (U+22d4)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:1999
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "pitchfork"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋕' (U+22d5)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2002
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "equal and parallel to"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋖' (U+22d6)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2005
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "less than with dot"
+msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋗' (U+22d7)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2008
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "greater than with dot"
+msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋘' (U+22d8)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2011
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "very much less than"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋙' (U+22d9)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2014
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "very much greater than"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋚' (U+22da)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2017
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "less than equal to or greater than"
+msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋛' (U+22db)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2020
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "greater than equal to or less than"
+msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋜' (U+22dc)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2023
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "equal to or less than"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋝' (U+22dd)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2026
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "equal to or greater than"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋝' (U+22de)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2029
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "equal to or precedes"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋝' (U+22df)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2032
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "equal to or succeeds"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋠' (U+22e0)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2035
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "does not precede or equal"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋡' (U+22e1)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2038
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "does not succeed or equal"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋢' (U+22e2)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2041
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "not square image of or equal to"
+msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋣' (U+22e3)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2044
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "not square original of or equal to"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋤' (U+22e4)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2047
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "square image of or not equal to"
+msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋥' (U+22e5)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2050
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "square original of or not equal to"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋦' (U+22e6)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2053
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "less than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "less than but not equivalent to"
+msgstr "pienempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋧' (U+22e7)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2056
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "greater than or equal to"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "greater than but not equivalent to"
+msgstr "suurempi tai yhtäsuuri kuin"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋨' (U+22e8)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2059
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "precedes but not equivalent to"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋩' (U+22e9)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2062
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "succeeds but not equivalent to"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋪' (U+22ea)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2065
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "not normal subgroup of"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋫' (U+22eb)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2068
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "does not contain as normal subgroup"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋬' (U+22ec)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2071
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "not normal subgroup of or equal to"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋭' (U+22ed)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2074
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "does not contain as normal subgroup or equal"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋮' (U+22ee)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2077
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgctxt "textattr"
+#| msgid "vertical align"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "vertical ellipsis"
+msgstr "pystytasaus"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋯' (U+22ef)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2080
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "midline horizontal ellipsis"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋰' (U+22f0)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2083
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "up right diagonal ellipsis"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋱' (U+22f1)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2086
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "down right diagonal ellipsis"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋲' (U+22f2)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2089
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "element of with long horizontal stroke"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋳' (U+22f3)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2092
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "element of with vertical bar at end of horizontal stroke"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋴' (U+22f4)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2095
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "small element of with vertical bar at end of horizontal stroke"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋵' (U+22f5)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2098
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "element of with dot above"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋶' (U+22f6)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2101
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "element of with overbar"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋷' (U+22f7)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2104
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "small element of with overbar"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋸' (U+22f8)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2107
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "element of with underbar"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋹' (U+22f9)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2110
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "element of with two horizontal strokes"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋺' (U+22fa)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2113
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "contains with long horizontal stroke"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋻' (U+22fb)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2116
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "contains with vertical bar at end of horizontal stroke"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋼' (U+22fc)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2119
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "small contains with vertical bar at end of horizontal stroke"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋽' (U+22fd)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2122
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "contains with overbar"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋾' (U+22fe)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2125
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "small contains with overbar"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⋿' (U+22ff)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2128
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "z notation bag membership"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⌈' (U+2308)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2131
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "left paren"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "left ceiling"
+msgstr "vasen sulku"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⌉' (U+2309)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2134
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right paren"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "right ceiling"
+msgstr "oikea sulku"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⌊' (U+230a)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2137
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "left alt"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "left floor"
+msgstr "vasen alt"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⌋' (U+230b)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2140
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right alt"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "right floor"
+msgstr "oikea alt"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⏞' (U+23de)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2143
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "left brace"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "top brace"
+msgstr "vasen kaarisulku"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⏟' (U+23df)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2146
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgctxt "textattr"
+#| msgid "bottom"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "bottom brace"
+msgstr "alhaalla"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⟨' (U+27e8)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2149
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "left double angle bracket"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "left angle bracket"
+msgstr "vasen kaksoiskaarisulku"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⟩' (U+27e9)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2152
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "right double angle bracket"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "right angle bracket"
+msgstr "oikea kaksoiskaarisulku"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⨀' (U+2a00)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2155
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "middle dot"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "circled dot"
+msgstr "keskipiste"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⨃' (U+2a03)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2163
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "union with dot"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⨄' (U+2a04)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2165
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "union with plus"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⨅' (U+2a05)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2167
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "Search direction:"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "square intersection"
+msgstr "Haun suunta:"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⨆' (U+2a06)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2169
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "square root"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "square union"
+msgstr "neliökuuri"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '■' (U+25a0)
+#. when used as a geometric shape (i.e. as opposed to a bullet in a list).
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2173
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "black square"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "black square"
+msgstr "musta neliö"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '□' (U+25a1)
+#. when used as a geometric shape (i.e. as opposed to a bullet in a list).
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2177
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "white square"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "white square"
+msgstr "valkoinen neliö"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '◆' (U+25c6)
+#. when used as a geometric shape (i.e. as opposed to a bullet in a list).
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2181
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "black diamond"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "black diamond"
+msgstr "musta timantti"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '○' (U+25cb)
+#. when used as a geometric shape (i.e. as opposed to a bullet in a list).
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2185
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "white circle"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "white circle"
+msgstr "valkoinen ympyrä"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '●' (U+25cf)
+#. when used as a geometric shape (i.e. as opposed to a bullet in a list).
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2189
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "black circle"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "black circle"
+msgstr "musta ympyrä"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '◦' (U+25e6)
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2192
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "white bullet"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "white bullet"
+msgstr "valkoinen luoti"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '◾' (U+25fe)
+#. when used as a geometric shape (i.e. as opposed to a bullet in a list).
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2196
+#, fuzzy
+#| msgid "black square"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "black medium small square"
+msgstr "musta neliö"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '̱' (U+0331)
+#. which combines with the preceding character. '%s' is a placeholder for the
+#. preceding character. Some examples of combined symbols can be seen in this
+#. table: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/appendixc.html#oper-dict.entries-table.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2202
+#, fuzzy, python-format
+#| msgid "underline"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "%s with underline"
+msgstr "alaviiva"
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '̸' (U+0338)
+#. which combines with the preceding character. '%s' is a placeholder for the
+#. preceding character. Some examples of combined symbols can be seen in this
+#. table: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/appendixc.html#oper-dict.entries-table.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2208
+#, python-format
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "%s with slash"
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: this is the spoken representation for the character '⃒' (U+20D2)
+#. which combines with the preceding character. '%s' is a placeholder for the
+#. preceding character. Some examples of combined symbols can be seen in this
+#. table: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML3/appendixc.html#oper-dict.entries-table.
+#: ../src/orca/mathsymbols.py:2214
+#, fuzzy, python-format
+#| msgctxt "textattr"
+#| msgid "vertical align"
+msgctxt "math symbol"
+msgid "%s with vertical line"
+msgstr "pystytasaus"
+
+#. Translators: Sometimes when we attempt to get the name of an accessible
+#. software application, we fail because the app or one of its elements is
+#. defunct. This is a generic name so that we can still refer to this element
+#. in messages.
+#: ../src/orca/messages.py:40
+msgctxt "generic name"
+msgid "application"
+msgstr "sovellus"
+
+#. Translators: This is presented when the user has navigated to an empty line.
+#: ../src/orca/messages.py:43
+msgid "blank"
+msgstr "tyhjä"
+
+#. Translators: This refers to font weight.
+#: ../src/orca/messages.py:46
+msgid "bold"
+msgstr "korostettu"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a feature in which users can store/save a particular
+#. location in an application window and return to it later by pressing a
+#. keystroke. These stored/saved locations are "bookmarks". This string is
+#. presented to the user when a new bookmark has been entered into the list
+#. of bookmarks.
+#: ../src/orca/messages.py:53
+msgid "bookmark entered"
+msgstr "kirjanmerkki syötetty"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a feature in which users can store/save a particular
+#. location in an application window and return to it later by pressing a
+#. keystroke. These stored/saved locations are "bookmarks". This string is
+#. presented to the user when the active list of bookmarks have been saved to
+#. disk.
+#: ../src/orca/messages.py:60
+msgid "bookmarks saved"
+msgstr "kirjanmerkit tallennettu"
+
+#. Translators: Orca has a feature in which users can store/save a particular
+#. location in an application window and return to it later by pressing a
+#. keystroke. These stored/saved locations are "bookmarks". This string is
+#. presented to the user when an error was encountered, preventing the active
+#. list of bookmarks being saved to disk.
+#: ../src/orca/messages.py:67
+msgid "bookmarks could not be saved"
+msgstr "kirjanmerkkejä ei voitu tallentaa"
+
+#. Translators: Orca normally intercepts all keyboard commands and only passes
+#. them along to the current application when they are not Orca commands. This
+#. command causes the next command issued to be passed along to the current
+#. application, bypassing Orca's interception of it.
+#: ../src/orca/messages.py:73
+msgid "Bypass mode enabled."
+msgstr "Ohitustila käytössä."
+
+#. Translators: this is an indication that Orca is unable to obtain the display/
+#. results area of the calculator being used (e.g. gcalctool).
+#: ../src/orca/messages.py:77
+msgid "Unable to get calculator display"
+msgstr "Laskimen näyttöä ei voitu avata"
+
+#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via
+#. text-to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital
+#. letters are presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to
+#. presenting a capital letter, or play a tone which Speech Dispatcher refers
+#. to as a sound 'icon'. This string to be translated refers to the full/verbose
+#. output presented in response to the use of an Orca command which makes it
+#. possible for users to quickly cycle amongst these alternatives without having
+#. to get into a GUI.
+#: ../src/orca/messages.py:97
+msgid "Capitalization style set to icon."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via
+#. text-to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital
+#. letters are presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to
+#. presenting a capital letter, or play a tone which Speech Dispatcher refers
+#. to as a sound 'icon'. This string to be translated refers to the full/verbose
+#. output presented in response to the use of an Orca command which makes it
+#. possible for users to quickly cycle amongst these alternatives without having
+#. to get into a GUI.
+#: ../src/orca/messages.py:117
+msgid "Capitalization style set to none."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: Orca uses Speech Dispatcher to present content to users via
+#. text-to-speech. Speech Dispatcher has a feature to control how capital
+#. letters are presented: Do nothing at all, say the word 'capital' prior to
+#. presenting a capital letter, or play a tone which Speech Dispatcher refers
+#. to as a sound 'icon'. This string to be translated refers to the full/verbose
+#. output presented in response to the use of an Orca command which makes it
+#. possible for users to quickly cycle amongst these alternatives without having
+#. to get into a GUI.
+#: ../src/orca/messages.py:137
+msgid "Capitalization style set to spell."
+msgstr ""
+
+#. Translators: Native application caret navigation does not always work as the
+#. Orca user wants. As such, Orca offers the user the ability to toggle between
+#. the application controlling the caret and Orca controlling it. This message
+#. is presented to indicate that the application's native caret navigation is
+#. active / not being overridden by Orca.
+#: ../src/orca/messages.py:144
+msgid "The application is controlling the caret."
+msgstr "Sovellus ohjaa kohdistinta."
+
+#. Translators: Gecko native caret navigation is where Firefox (or Thunderbird)
+#. itself controls how the arrow keys move the caret around HTML content. It's
+#. often broken, so Orca needs to provide its own support. As such, Orca offers
+#. the user the ability to toggle which application is controlling the caret.
+#: ../src/orca/messages.py:150
+msgid "The screen reader is controlling the caret."
+msgstr "Näytönlukija ohjaa kohdistinta."
+
+#. Translators: this is the name of a cell in a spreadsheet.
+#: ../src/orca/messages.py:153
+#, python-format
+msgid "Cell %s"
+msgstr "Solu %s"
+
+#. Translators: this message is spoken to announce that a table cell just became
+#. selected (e.g as a result of navigation via Shift + Arrows). The string
+#. substitution is the cell name. In the case of a spreadsheet the cell name
+#. will be something like "B3".
+#: ../src/orca/messages.py:159
+#, fuzzy, python-format
+#| msgctxt "text"
+#| msgid "selected"
+msgctxt "cell"
+msgid "%s selected"
+msgstr "valittu"
+
+#. Translators: this message is spoken to announce that multiple table cells just
+#. became selected (e.g as a result of navigation via Shift + Arrows). The first
+#. string substitution is the name of the first cell in the range. The second string
+#. substitution is for the name of the last cell in the range. An example