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ID: Name %1: %2
ID: Name <Email> %1: %2 <%3>
Name <Email>: ID %1 <%2>: %3
Trust: %1<br>Owner Trust: %2
%1 = something like 7 keys, %2 = something like 2 groups %1, %2
example: ID abc123xy, 1024-bit RSA key, created Jan 12 2009, revoked ID %1, %2-bit %3 key, created %4, revoked
example: ID abc123xy, 1024-bit RSA key, created Jan 12 2009 ID %1, %2-bit %3 key, created %4
&Options
Enter the ids or fingerprints of the keys to import as space separated list.
<p>To open a file in the KGpg's editor and immediately decrypt it type: <pre>kgpg -s filename</pre></p>
<p>If you want to change the password or expiration of a secret key simply double click on it to get the key properties dialog.</p>
<p>You can reach your default key by pressing &quot;Ctrl+Home&quot; in the key manager.</p>
<p>The number of signatures is shown as a tooltip if you hover the mouse on the size column in key manager. A key has to be expanded once for this to work.</p>
Waiting for entropy
The entropy pool ran empty. The key generation process is stalled until enough entropy is present. You can generate entropy e.g. by moving the mouse or typing at the keyboard. The easiest way is by using another application until the key generation continues.
@item ID: Name %1: %2
@item ID: Name <Email> %1: %2 <email>%3</email>
@info Good signature from: NAME <EMAIL>, Key ID: HEXID <para>Good signature from:<nl/><emphasis strong='true'>%1 <email>%2</email></emphasis><nl/>Key ID: %3</para>
@info Good signature from: NAME <EMAIL>, Key ID: HEXID <para>Good signature from:<nl/><emphasis strong='true'>%1 <email>%2</email></emphasis><nl/>Key ID: %3<nl/></para>
@info <para><emphasis strong='true'>BAD signature</emphasis> from:<nl/> %1<nl/>Key ID: %2<nl/><nl/><emphasis strong='true'>The file is corrupted</emphasis></para>