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<?php
/*
 * @(#)install/languages/english.php
 *
 *    Version: 0.50.20090401
 * Written by: John Diamond <mailto:hide@address.com>
 * Written by: Yves Kreis <mailto:hide@address.com>
 *
 * Copyright (C) 2006-2008 by John Diamond
 * Copyright (C) 2009 by Yves Kreis
 *
 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License 
 * as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
 *
 * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty 
 * of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
 *
 * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the 
 * Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
 *
 */

  /*
   * Language
   */
  define('_ISOLANGUAGECODE', 'en');
  
  /*
   * General
   */
  define('_INSTALLERSTEPS', 'Install Steps');
  define('_INSTALLERSTEP0', 'Welcome');
  define('_INSTALLERSTEP1', 'License');
  define('_INSTALLERSTEP2', 'Requirements');
  define('_INSTALLERSTEP3', 'Database');
  define('_INSTALLERSTEP4', 'Create Admin');
  define('_INSTALLERSTEP5', 'Create Company');
  define('_INSTALLERSTEP6', 'Complete');
  define('_INSTALLERNEEDHELP', 'Need Help');
  define('_INSTALLERPUBLICFORUMS', 'Public Forums');
  define('_INSTALLERPUBLICSITE', 'NeoBill Site');
  define('_INSTALLERPERCENT', 'Install %0 complete');
  
  define('_INSTALLERREQUIREDFIELDSKO', 'Please fill in all required fields');
  define('_INSTALLERPASSWORDSMATCHKO', 'The passwords do not match');
  define('_INSTALLERVALIDEMAILKO', 'Please enter a valid e-mail address');
  
  /*
   * Buttons
   */
  define('_INSTALLERNEXT', 'Next');
  define('_INSTALLERACCEPT', 'Accept');
  define('_INSTALLERRECHECK', 'Recheck');
  define('_INSTALLERINIT', 'Initialize');
  
  /*
   * Welcome
   */
  define('_INSTALLERWELCOME', 'Welcome to the NeoBill install wizard');
  define('_INSTALLERCHOOSELANGUAGE', 'Choose language');
  
  /*
   * License
   */
  define('_INSTALLERLICENSE', 'License');
  define('_INSTALLERLICENSEEXPLANATION', 'Please read through the GNU General Public License. NeoBill is developed as free software, but there are certain requirements for distributing and editing.');
  
  /*
   * Requirements
   */
  define('_INSTALLERREQUIREMENTS', 'System Requirements');
  define('_INSTALLERPHPVERSION', 'php version');
  define('_INSTALLERPHPVERSIONOK', 'Your php version is %0 which meets our system requirement of php version 4.0.6');
  define('_INSTALLERPHPVERSIONKO', 'Your php version is %0 which doesn\'t meet our system requirement of php version 4.0.6');
  define('_INSTALLERPERMISSIONS', 'File system permissions');
  define('_INSTALLERPERMISSIONSFILE', 'Please ensure that the web server has write access to the following file');
  define('_INSTALLERPERMISSIONSDIRECTORY', 'Please ensure that the web server has write access to the following directory');
  define('_INSTALLERPERMISSIONSWRITABLEOK', 'is writable');
  define('_INSTALLERPERMISSIONSWRITABLEKOFILE', 'is not writable - please ensure that the file permissions are correct');
  define('_INSTALLERPERMISSIONSWRITABLEKODIRECTORY', 'is not writable - please ensure that the directory permissions are correct');
  
  /*
   * Database
   */
  define('_INSTALLERDBCONNECTFAILED', 'Could not connect to database');
  define('_INSTALLERDBNAMESFAILED', 'Could not change character set');
  define('_INSTALLERDBCREATEFAILED', 'Could not create database');
  define('_INSTALLERDBSELECTFAILED', 'Could not select database');
  define('_INSTALLERDBQUERYFAILED', 'Query failed');
   
  define('_INSTALLERDBSETUP', 'Database Setup');
  define('_INSTALLERDBHOSTNAME', 'Hostname');
  define('_INSTALLERDBHOSTNAMEEXPLANATION', 'This is the hostname that your MySQL database server runs on');
  define('_INSTALLERDBUSERNAME', 'Username');
  define('_INSTALLERDBUSERNAMEEXPLANATION', 'Database user with access to the NeoBill database');
  define('_INSTALLERDBPASSWORD', 'Password');
  define('_INSTALLERDBPASSWORDEXPLANATION', 'Password for the database user');
  define('_INSTALLERDBDATABASE', 'Database');
  define('_INSTALLERDBDATABASEEXPLANATION', 'The name of the database that NeoBill will be using');
  define('_INSTALLERDBCREATE', 'Create Database');
  define('_INSTALLERDBCREATEEXPLANATION', 'Attempt to create database');
  
  define('_INSTALLERDBINIT', 'Database Initialization');
  define('_INSTALLERDBINITOK', 'Database successfully initialized');
  
  /*
   * Create Admin
   */
  define('_INSTALLERADMIN', 'Create Admin Account');
  define('_INSTALLERADMINFIRSTNAME', 'First Name');
  define('_INSTALLERADMINLASTNAME', 'Last Name');
  define('_INSTALLERADMINUSERNAME', 'Username');
  define('_INSTALLERADMINPASSWORD', 'Password');
  define('_INSTALLERADMINPASSWORDSTRENGTH', 'Password Strength');
  define('_INSTALLERADMINPASSWORDSTRENGTHNOTRATED', 'Not rated');
  define('_INSTALLERADMINPASSWORDSTRENGTHWORST', 'Worst');
  define('_INSTALLERADMINPASSWORDSTRENGTHWEAK', 'Weak');
  define('_INSTALLERADMINPASSWORDSTRENGTHMEDIUM', 'Medium');
  define('_INSTALLERADMINPASSWORDSTRENGTHSTRONG', 'Strong');
  define('_INSTALLERADMINPASSWORDSTRENGTHBEST', 'Best');
  define('_INSTALLERADMINPASSWORDRETYPE', 'Re-Type Password');
  define('_INSTALLERADMINEMAIL', 'E-Mail Address');
  
  /*
   * Create Company
   */
  define('_INSTALLERCOMPANY', 'Company Info');
  define('_INSTALLERCOMPANYNAME', 'Company Name');
  define('_INSTALLERCOMPANYEMAIL', 'Company E-Mail');
  define('_INSTALLERCOMPANYCURRENCY', 'Currency Symbol');
  define('_INSTALLERCOMPANYNAMESERVER', 'Name Server');
  
  /*
   * Complete
   */
  define('_INSTALLCOMPLETE', 'Installation Complete');
  define('_INSTALLERCONGRATULATIONS', 'Congratulations, you have successfully installed NeoBill');
  define('_INSTALLERSECURITY0', 'For security purposes');
  define('_INSTALLERSECURITY1', 'Please remove the "install" directory');
  define('_INSTALLERSECURITY2', 'Please change the permissions of the file "config/config.inc.php" to read-only');
  define('_MANAGERINTERFACE', 'Management Interface');

  /*
   * GNU General Public License
   */
  define('_INSTALLERGNULICENSE', '<p style="text-align: center;">
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