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Re: Klingon Anti-Virus

ghunchu'wI' (qunchuy@alcaco.net)



On May 19, 2009, at 3:21 PM, David Trimboli wrote:

> naHqun was stuck with the English form of Sophos. If one were to
> redesign the interface to make literal sense, the translation would be
> easier, but it wouldn't act like all other standard-interface  
> programs.

I wouldn't be so confused by it if I could figure out how the Klingon  
could possibly match what I'm used to in a Windows program.  But  
{ta'} "accomplish[ment]" (or "emperor"?) doesn't fit anything I can  
come up with, and neither does {cher} "establish".  If Sophos has a  
nonstandard set of menus, I can well understand the trouble.  I can't  
find any screen shots of it to find out whether that's where the  
problem lies, though.






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