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  • Jennifer Hejtmankova
    Oh, don t apologize! One doesn t have to be a translation specialist to know what words mean. It was a computer-related question - you ve got every right to
    Message 1 of 9 , Apr 20, 2010
      Oh, don't apologize! One doesn't have to be a translation specialist to know what words mean. It was a computer-related question - you've got every right to add your input! :-)

      Jennifer

      On 20.4.2010, at 21:52, czechlist@... wrote:

      > I am sorry that I've intervened in the discussion... I am not a
      > translation specialist :-) As a programmer and administrator (but
      > still a student of computer science) I only wanted to help...
      >
      > You are right, "privilegovan� u�ivatel" means somebody with more permissions.
      > Maybe I know what you mean. You describe somebody with advanced
      > experiences with using system, so what about "zku�en� u�ivatel"? -
      > just another idea...
      >
      > Cituji Czechlist@yahoogroups.com:
      >
      > > Not a Czech NS-er but I don't think that "privilegovan� u�ivatel"
      > > quite captures what is meant by a power user. It should mean
      > > something like a user who knows all the ins and outs of a software
      > > packages - all the shortcuts and advanced features, or who can find
      > > their way around Google and the internet with ease...unfortunately I
      > > have no idea how one would express this in Czech...
      > >
      > > Jennifer
      > > On 20.4.2010, at 9:43, czechlist@... wrote:
      > >
      > >
      >
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