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Polish translation for help

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10Główny ekran pomocy programu GNU Midnight Commander.
11
12Aby dowiedzieć się, jak używać interaktywnej pomocy,
13należy nacisnąć klawisz EnterHow to use help. Można też
14przejść bezpośrednio do spisu treściContents.
15
16Program GNU Midnight Commander został napisany przez jego
17autorówAUTHORS.
18
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433[QueryBox]
434Okna zapytań
435
436W oknach dialogowych zapytań można używać klawiszy
437strzałek lub pierwszych liter, aby wybrać element albo
438kliknąć na przycisku.
439
440[How to use help]
441Jak używać pomocy
442
443Do obsługi przeglądarki można używać klawiszy kursora lub
444myszy. Naciśnięcie strzałki w dół przeniesie do następnego
445elementu lub przewinie w dół. Naciśnięcie strzałki w górę
446przeniesie do poprzedniego elementu lub przewinie w górę,
447Naciśnięcie strzałki w prawo podąży za zaznaczonym
448odnośnikiem. Naciśnięcie strzałki w lewo powróci do
449poprzednio odwiedzonego węzła.
450
451Jeśli terminal nie obsługuje klawiszy kursora, można używać
452spacji do przewijania do przodu i klawisz B, aby przewijać
453do tyłu. Można używać klawisza Tab, aby przechodzić do
454następnego elementu i klawisza Enter, aby podążyć za
455zaznaczonym odnośnikiem. Klawisz L może być używany do
456przechodzenia do poprzednio odwiedzonego węzła.
457Naciśnięcie klawisza Esc zakończy przeglądarkę pomocy.
458
459Lewy przycisk myszy podąży za odnośnikiem lub przewinie
460ekran. Prawy przycisk myszy może być używany, aby
461przechodzić do poprzednio odwiedzonego węzła.
462
463Pełna lista klawiszy przeglądarki pomocy:
464
465Ogólne klawisze ruchuGeneral Movement Keys są akceptowane.
466
467Tab           Następny element.
468M-Tab         Poprzedni element.
469Dół           Następny element lub przewijanie o wiersz w dół.
470Góra          Poprzedni element lub przewijanie o wiersz w górę.
471Prawo, Enter  Podążanie za zaznaczonym odnośnikiem.
472Lewo, l       Ostatnio odwiedzony węzeł.
473F1            Pomoc dla przeglądarki pomocy.
474N             Następny węzeł.
475P             Poprzedni węzeł.
476C             Przejście do Spisu treści.
477F10, Esc      Zakończenie działanie przeglądarki pomocy.
478
479Local variables:
480fill-column: 58
481end: