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/*
 * Bittorrent Client using Qt4 and libtorrent.
 * Copyright (C) 2006  Christophe Dumez
 *
 * 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., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA  02110-1301, USA.
 *
 * Contact : chris@qbittorrent.org
 */

#ifndef ABOUT_H
#define ABOUT_H

#include "ui_about.h"
#include <QScrollBar>

class about : public QDialog, private Ui::AboutDlg{
  Q_OBJECT

  public:
    ~about() {
      qDebug("Deleting about dlg");
    }

    about(QWidget *parent): QDialog(parent){
      setupUi(this);
      setAttribute(Qt::WA_DeleteOnClose);
      // Set icons
      logo->setPixmap(QPixmap(QString::fromUtf8(":/Icons/qbittorrent22.png")));
      mascot_lbl->setPixmap(QPixmap(QString::fromUtf8(":/Icons/mascot.png")));
      //Title
      lb_name->setText(QString::fromUtf8("<b><h1>")+tr("qBittorrent")+QString::fromUtf8(" "VERSION"</h1></b>"));
      // Thanks
      te_thanks->append(QString::fromUtf8("<a name='top'></a>"));
      te_thanks->append(QString::fromUtf8("<ul><li>I would like to thank sourceforge.net for hosting qBittorrent project.</li>"));
      te_thanks->append(QString::fromUtf8("<li>I am happy that Ishan Arora and Arnaud Demaizière are contributing to the project as developers. Their help is greatly appreciated</li>"));
      te_thanks->append(QString::fromUtf8("<li>I also want to thank Jeffery Fernandez (jeffery@qbittorrent.org), project consultant, RPM packager, for his help and support.</li>"));
      te_thanks->append(QString::fromUtf8("<li>I am grateful to Peter Koeleman (peter@qbittorrent.org) who is helping port qBittorrent to Windows.</li>"));
      te_thanks->append(QString::fromUtf8("<li>Thanks a lot to our graphist Mateusz Toboła (tobejodok@qbittorrent.org) for his great work.</li></ul><br><br>"));
      te_thanks->scrollToAnchor(QString::fromUtf8("top"));
      // Translation
      te_translation->append(QString::fromUtf8("<a name='top'></a>"));
      te_translation->append(tr("I would like to thank the following people who volunteered to translate qBittorrent:")+QString::fromUtf8("<br>"));
      te_translation->append(QString::fromUtf8(
          "<i>- <u>Brazilian:</u> Nick Marinho (nickmarinho@gmail.com)<br>\
          - <u>Bulgarian:</u> Tsvetan & Boiko Bankov (emerge_life@users.sourceforge.net)<br>\
          - <u>Catalan:</u> Gekko Dam Beer (gekko04@users.sourceforge.net)<br>\
          - <u>Chinese (Simplified):</u> Guo Yue (guoyue0418@hotmail.com)<br>\
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          - <u>Dutch:</u> Joost Schipper (heavyjoost@users.sourceforge.net)<br>\
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          - <u>German:</u> Niels Hoffmann (zentralmaschine@users.sourceforge.net)<br>\
          - <u>Greek:</u> Tsvetan Bankov (emerge_life@users.sourceforge.net)<br>\
          - <u>Hungarian:</u> Majoros Péter (majoros.peterj@gmail.com)<br>\
          - <u>Italian:</u> Mirko Ferrari (mirkoferrari@gmail.com) and Ferraro Luciano (luciano.ferraro@gmail.com)<br>\
          - <u>Japanese:</u> Nardog (nardog@e2umail.com)<br>\
          - <u>Korean:</u> Jin Woo Sin (jin828sin@users.sourceforge.net)<br>\
          - <u>Norwegian:</u> Lars-Erik Labori (hamil@users.sourceforge.net)<br>\
          - <u>Polish:</u> Jarek Smieja (ajep9691@wp.pl)<br>\
          - <u>Portuguese:</u> Nick Marinho (nickmarinho@gmail.com)<br>\
          - <u>Romanian:</u> Obada Denis (obadadenis@users.sourceforge.net)<br>\
          - <u>Russian:</u> Nick Khazov (m2k3d0n at users.sourceforge.net)<br>\
          - <u>Slovak:</u>  helix84<br>\
          - <u>Spanish:</u> Vicente Raul Plata Fonseca (silverxnt@users.sourceforge.net)<br>\
          - <u>Swedish:</u> Daniel Nylander (po@danielnylander.se)<br>\
          - <u>Turkish:</u> Erdem Bingöl (erdem84@gmail.com)<br>\
          - <u>Ukrainian:</u> Andrey Shpachenko (masterfix@users.sourceforge.net)<br><br>"));
      te_translation->append(tr("Please contact me if you would like to translate qBittorrent into your own language."));
      te_translation->scrollToAnchor(QString::fromUtf8("top"));
      // License
      te_license->append(QString::fromUtf8("<a name='top'></a>"));
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