scroll

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
tomar şeklinde süs
(Mimarlık) salyangoz
(Bilgisayar) kayarak
(Bilgisayar) kaydırma

Bence, iyi tasarlanmış bir web sitesi yatay kaydırma gerektirmemeli. - In my opinion, a well-designed website shouldn't require horizontal scrolling.

(Arkeoloji) sarmal
{i} kemanın kıvrık ucu
(Bilgisayar) sarma
uzun ve kıvrımlı kâğıt belge
kaydır

Bence, iyi tasarlanmış bir web sitesi yatay kaydırma gerektirmemeli. - In my opinion, a well-designed website shouldn't require horizontal scrolling.

Sayfanın altına doğru kaydırın. - Scroll down to the bottom of the page.

{i} liste
tomar şeklinde sarmak
kemamn kıvrık ucu
{i} parşömen tomarı
{i} süslü yazı
scroll saw şerit testere
{i} tomar
tomar gibi sarılmak
tomara kaydetmek
(İnşaat) kıvırmak
makinalı oyma testeresi
tomar şeklinde süslerle tezyin etmek
kaydırmak Sarma
{i} helezoni kıvrım
kaydırmak
(Mimarlık) bezeme kıvrımı
(Mimarlık) kıvrım
(Bilgisayar) kayma
scroll arrow
(Bilgisayar) kaydırma oku
scroll arrow
(Bilgisayar) sarma oku
scroll bar
(Bilgisayar) sarma çubuğu
scroll bars
(Bilgisayar) kaydırma çubukları
scroll box
(Bilgisayar) sarma kutusu
scroll box
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) yukarı akıtma imleci
scroll by the windowful
pencere dolusu kaydırma
scroll down
(Bilgisayar) aşağı kaydırma
scroll down
(Bilgisayar) aşağı kaydır
scroll mode
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) akmalı kip
scroll up
(Bilgisayar) yukarı kaydırma
scroll up
(Bilgisayar) yukarı kaydır
scroll box
kaydırma kutusu
scroll chuck
matkap aynası
scroll gear
salyangoz çarkı
scroll saw
oyma testeresi
scroll bar
kaydırma çubuğu
scroll downward
aşağı kaydırma
scroll of
ve kaydırma
scroll over
bilgisayar terminolojisinde fare imlecinin bir resim, düğme, kısayol vb. gibi bir şeyin üzerine getirilme işlemi
scroll shape
sarmal şekilli
scroll through
(Bilgisayar) (Ekrandaki görüntüler) kayarak ilerlemek
scroll area
sarma alanı
scroll arrow
sarma oku Kaydırma oku
scroll backward
(Bilgisayar) geri kaydır
scroll backward
(Bilgisayar) geriye kaydır
scroll bar
Sarma çubuğu Kaydırma çubuğu
scroll bar size
(Bilgisayar) kaydırma çubuğu boyutu
scroll box
Sarma kutusu Kaydırma kutusu
scroll by the windowful
Pencere bou sarma
scroll day
(Bilgisayar) gün kaydır
scroll effect
(Bilgisayar) kaydırma efekti
scroll forward
(Bilgisayar) ileri kaydır
scroll here
(Bilgisayar) bu noktaya kaydır
scroll here
(Bilgisayar) buraya kaydır
scroll lock key
Scroll Lock tuşu
scroll lock led
(Bilgisayar) scroll lock ışığı
scroll mode
akmali kip
scroll right
(Bilgisayar) sağa kaydır
scroll saw
motorlu oyma testeresi
scroll saw
mekanik oyma aygıtı
scroll saw
makineli oyma testeresi
scroll speed
(Televizyon) kaydırma hızı
scroll thumb
(Bilgisayar) parçacık kaydır
scroll up
(down) Yukarı (aşağı) kaydırma
scroll up/down
(Bilgisayar) yukarı/aşağı kaydırma
scroll wheel
salyangoz çarkı
auto scroll
(Bilgisayar) otomatik kaydırma
scroll lock
(Bilgisayar) scroll lock
scrolling
(Bilgisayar) bildlauf
scrolling
(Bilgisayar) akıtma
scrolling
(Bilgisayar) akma
scrolling
{f} kaydır

Bence, iyi tasarlanmış bir web sitesi yatay kaydırma gerektirmemeli. - In my opinion, a well-designed website shouldn't require horizontal scrolling.

scrolling
{i} kaydırma

Bence, iyi tasarlanmış bir web sitesi yatay kaydırma gerektirmemeli. - In my opinion, a well-designed website shouldn't require horizontal scrolling.

scrolling
kaydırarak
scrolls
kaydırır
back shaft scroll
(Tekstil) zemberek kasnağı
compressor scroll
santrfüj kompresör keysi
down scroll arrow
Aşağı kaydırma oku
horizontal scroll
Yatay kaydırma
horizontal scroll bar
Yatay kaydırma çubuğu
lateral scroll
yatay salyangoz
scrolled
helezonik kıvrılmış
scrolled
tomar haline getirilmiş
scrolling
düşey kaydırma
scrolling
Sarılıyor
vertical scroll
Düşey kaydırma
vertical scroll bar
Düşey Kaydırma Çubuğu
vertical scroll box
yukari akitma imleci
workbook scroll
(Bilgisayar) çalışmakitabı kaydır
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To move in or out of view horizontally or vertically

The rising credits slowly scrolled off the screen.

A roll of paper or parchment; a writing formed into a roll; a schedule; a list
An ornament formed of undulations giving off spirals or sprays, usually suggestive of plant form. Roman architectural ornament is largely of some scroll pattern
a skew surface
Scroll-shaped end of a violin
A mark or flourish added to a person's signature, intended to represent a seal, and in some States allowed as a substitute for a seal. Alexander Mansfield Burrill
To change one's view of data on a computer's display, typically using a scroll bar or a scroll wheel

She scrolled the offending image out of view.

{n} a writing wrapped up, roll, wreath
Term used for moving the screen by clicking in the scroll bar on the right side of the window
To move text or graphics up or down, or left or right, in order to see parts of the file that cannot fit on the screen
To see a long Web page, you need to click in the vertical scroll bar on the extreme right of your browser window When you first arrive on a Web page, you see only the top part, and you won't see anything else until you scroll
To view consecutive lines of data on the display screen The term scroll means that once the screen is full, each new line appears at the edge of the screen and all other lines move over one position For example, when you scroll down, each new line appears at the bottom of the screen and all the other lines move up one row so that the top line disappears The term vertical scrolling refers to the ability to scroll up or down Horizontal scrolling means that the image moves left or right
to change ones view of data on a computers display using a scroll bar or a scroll wheel
A scroll is a painted or carved decoration made to look like a scroll. a handsome suite of chairs incised with Grecian scrolls
To hold your cursor arrow on the arrows or bar along the bottom or right side of the screen This moves the screen up or down so that you can read a complete document
to look at the parts of the page that fall below or above what you see on your screen; the long bar at the far right of this screen is a scroll bar; the small square in it will allow you to scroll through the rest of this page; just place your mouse pointer over the square, hold down the left click button on the mouse and slide the square up or down; you will see this page move; you are now scrolling
  In a display device, to move the display window of the screen vertically to view the contents of a stored document   Note: Scrolling may be performed continuously or incrementally (188)
to cause text or graphics to move up, down, or across a computer display screen Search Engines - a service that searches for particular keywords in Internet documents and returns a list of documents where they can be found Search - to examine a computer file, disk, database, or network for particular information Server - a computer in a network that stores application programs and data files accessed by the other computers in the network Software - computer programs and applications, such as word processing or database packages, that can be run on a particular computer system (often used before a noun)
To move a document or directory in its window so that a different part of it is visible To scroll a window, use the scroll arrows, scroll bars, or scroll boxes found along the side or bottom of the window
To move through text or graphics (up, down, left, or right) in order to see parts of the file or list that cannot fit on the screen
A scroll is a long roll of paper or a similar material with writing on it. Ancient scrolls were found in caves by the Dead Sea
Moving up or down within a document in your screen Use scroll bar at right Click on arrow down or arrow up Drag the scroll button down or up Or click on the page up or page down icons at the bottom of the bar If you need to scroll left or right, use the scroll bar at the bottom
In olden times, paper scrolls would be unfurled at the bottom and rolled up at the top to see a new page Scrolling the screen is similar: the document is moved up or down through the window, or left or right, so that a different part of it can be seen
See under Skew
Move through a list of items in a window by operating the scrollbars with the mouse cursor
move through text or graphics in order to display parts that do not fit on the screen; "Scroll down to see the entire text"
A feature of a graphics display, a browser or a computer terminal whereby information that is too voluminous to be displayed simultaneously in an available window can be moved through that window under the user's control The user thereby interactively "roams" through the information
To move all or part of the screen material up to down, left or right, to allow new information to appear
To move through the contents of an electronic document in order to see things not currently displayed It is normally done by using a scroll bar
{f} create curves or spirals, cut into spirals or curves; move on-screen text or images horizontally or vertically so new information appears on one side of the screen as older information disappears from the other side (Computers)
An ornament formed of undulations giving off spirals or sprays, usually suggestive of plant form
a document that can be rolled up (as for storage)
Roman architectural ornament is largely of some scroll pattern
To move displayed text vertically up and down the screen You may also scroll horizontally
To cause text or graphics to move up, down, or across the screen so that a line of text or graphics appears at one edge of the screen for each line that moves off the opposite edge
Since most computer monitors are not big enough to display an entire Web page (or any computer file), one has to scroll to see the whole file Scroll bars appear at the right side and bottom of a document to allow you to scroll
a document that can be rolled up (as for storage) move through text or graphics in order to display parts that do not fit on the screen; "Scroll down to see the entire text
a round shape formed by a series of concentric circles
To look at the parts of the page that fall below (or above) what you see on your screen The long bar at the far right of this screen is a scroll bar The small square in it will allow you to scroll through the rest of this page Just place your mouse pointer over the square, hold down the left click button on the mouse and slide the square up or down You will see this page move You are now scrolling
To look at the parts of the page that fall below (or above) of what you see on your screen The long bar at the far right of this screen is a scroll bar The small square in it will allow you to scroll through the rest of this page Just places your mouse pointer over the square, hold down the left click button on the mouse and slide the square up or down You will see this page move
If you scroll through text on a computer screen, you move the text up or down to find the information that you need. I scrolled down to find `United States of America'. to move information on a computer screen up or down so that you can read it scroll through
To move text or graphics up or down in order to see parts of the file that cannot fit on the viewing area of a screen
{i} roll of paper or parchment with writing on it; ornamental design resembling a scroll; object shaped like a spiral; roster, list
Some of the functions may have more data than can be displayed on one screen These are referred to as "scrollable" screens as the user can scroll backward and forward through the data by pressing the F7 and F8 keys, respectively
A mark or flourish added to a persons signature, intended to represent a seal, and in some States allowed as a substitute for a seal. [U.S.] Burrill
the movement of text as it rolls up or down the screen
A mark or flourish added to a person's signature, intended to represent a seal, and in some States allowed as a substitute for a seal
Same as Skew surface
Scroll Lock
A key on a standard extended keyboard, originally causing the arrow keys to scroll a window rather than moving a cursor, now sometimes used for other purposes
Scroll Locks
plural form of Scroll Lock
scroll bar
a graphical widget in the form of a horizontal or vertical bar, on the edges of a personal computer screen, that is used to move scrollable text or images
scroll bars
plural form of scroll bar
scroll lock
Alternative spelling of Scroll Lock
scroll saw
A fine-toothed fretsaw with an oscillating blade that can be used to cut out curves and other complicated shapes, accurately
scroll wheel
A hard plastic or rubbery disc on a computer mouse used for scrolling
scroll wheels
plural form of scroll wheel
scroll bar
The rectangular area on the right side of the window that allows you to move up or down in the open document You move by clicking and dragging it or clicking on the arrow at the bottom of the bar
Scroll Lock key
key which sometimes allows one to change the effect of the directional arrows on a program or to stop the scrolling of a screen
scroll arrow
arrow in a graphical user interface which allows a user to scroll the screen or window in the direction of the arrow
scroll bar
The grey bars at the side of some windows The view of the window can be moved by clicking on the box in it, the arrows at the end, on the grey scrolling area
scroll bar
Look to the right side of your screen See the vertical gray bar with arrows? That's your scroll bar Click on the arrows and the pictures move up and down That's called scrolling This allows a close up view and easy navigation Now grab the placer box (that's the part that slides up and down when you click on the arrows) Now you're scrollin'!
scroll bar
The scroll bar is a panel for moving the display horizontally or vertically within a window
scroll bar
A bar that appears at the side and/or bottom edge of a window whose contents are not completely visible A scroll bar contains an up arrow, a down arrow, and a scroll box, which you can use to view the window contents
scroll bar
Usually a horizontal or vertical bar that contains a box that looks like an elevator in a shaft Click on the bar to scroll the screen in the corresponding direction, or drag the box in the desired direction
scroll bar
A bar along the right and/or bottom edge of a window A window gets its name by being a "window" into a larger display area The scroll bar has a button inside it called the handle which represents the window's position within this display area You can scroll up or down one window by clicking either above or below the handle You can also drag the handle to a new location to directly move to that portion of the display area Finally, arrows on either end of the scroll bar scroll a small amount in that direction when clicked
scroll bar
The bar that appears on the right of most Word-processorsí screens (and similar programmes) It appears as a thin strip with an arrow at either extreme and a small ëbuttoní somewhere in between The position of this button indicates approximately where in the document you are at present and its size gives a rough idea of the size of the document (the smaller it is the larger the document) You can click on the arrows to ëscrollí forwards and backwards in the document or ëgrabí the button (by clicking over it with the mouse key without unclicking) and sliding it up and down the scroll bar Clicking elsewhere will cause the button to gravitate towards the mouse pointer effectively scrolling the document
scroll bar
rectangular area at the bottom or side of a window which allows a user to scroll the screen in from side to side or up and down (Computers)
scroll bar
On a computer screen, a scroll bar is a long thin box along one edge of a window, which you click on with the mouse to move the text up, down, or across the window. a part on the side of a computer screen that you move using a mouse in order to move up or down
scroll bar
A scroll bar is a tall thin hollow box that appears at the side of a window You can use mouse commands in the scroll bar to scroll the window The scroll bar feature is supported only under windowing systems See section P 13 Scroll Bars
scroll bar
In a graphical user interface system, the narrow rectangular bar at the far right of windows or dialog boxes Clicking on the up or down arrow enables you to move up and down through a document; a movable square indicates your location in the document Certain applications also feature a scroll bar along the bottom of a window that can be used to move from side-to-side
scroll bar
A control with which the user can change the portion of a document displayed within a window Windows can have a horizontal scroll bar, a vertical scroll bar, or both A vertical scroll bar lies along the right side of a window A horizontal scroll bar runs along the bottom of a window Inside the scroll bar is a rectangle called the scroll box The user can move through a document by manipulating the parts of the scrollbar
scroll bar
The vertical and horizontal edges of windows that feature arrow icons and a small box - called a scroll box - that allow different portions of a window's contents to be accessed by clicking on the arrows or moving the scroll box
scroll bar
a horizontal or vertical strip on the right or bottom side of a computer screen that allows the mouse to scroll a window up, down, left or right
scroll bar
The rectangular strip that appears on the right and/or bottom edges of a Web page when there's more information than is currently displayed You can "click" on its gray area and/or use the scroll arrows and scroll box to move the Web page's contents
scroll bar
The rectangular strip that appears on the right and bottom edges of a window when there's more information than is currently displayed You can click in its gray area and use the scrool arrows and scroll box to move the window's contents
scroll bar
The scroll bar appearing to the right of the browser window when the document you access is longer than the browser window The scroll bar lets you move down and up the web page when you place your arrow cursor on the up or down arrows of the scroll bar If a web page is wider than the browser window, a horizontal scroll bar appears at the bottom of the browser window to allow you to scroll from left to right
scroll bar
A vertical or horizontal bar containing a scroll thumb and nudge buttons Scroll bars can be used to move the current view in controls that need to display more data than their extent allows
scroll bar
A special control that lets the user select which portion of a document is visible in a window
scroll bar
Use the scroll bar just as you would in any Windows program Scroll bars may appear on both the right side (for scrolling up and down) and on the bottom (for scrolling left and right) when a page is too wide for the browser to display it
scroll bar
An area along one side of a window that enables you to control the vertical scrolling of text within the window
scroll bar
Used to change what part of a document is showing in a window when it is too large for all of it to fit
scroll bar
Refer to horizontal scroll bar or vertical scroll bar on the side of a window
scroll bar
bar at the bottom or right side of the computer screen which you use to scroll up and down your screen to see contents that are not visible
scroll bars
When a browser tries to display a page that is too big for the screen size, it will set up a scroll bar with arrow buttons and a slider so that the operator may scroll to see the remainder of the page This scroll bar may be up-and-down or side-to-side
scroll bars
Sliders that appear on the left or botton of windows to indicate that the full viewing area is not present The thumb of the scroll bar can be manipulated up and down or left and right to move the viewing area of the document respectively (Please use the back button of your web browser to return to the previous document)
scroll bars
A common graphical interface feature used to move material horizontally or vertically
scroll bars
Controls what is displayed in the window; the position of the scroll bar button indicates the position of the information displayed in the total workspace For example, if the scroll bar button is in the middle of the scroll bar, there is a equal amount of information off-screen on either side
scroll bars
Highlighted bars along the left and bottom edges of the worksheet window If you have a mouse, use these bars to scroll the active area of the worksheet Click on the scroll box, drag until the window is where you want it, then release the button
scroll bars
The bars at the bottom and right edge of a window whose contents are not entirely visible in the window
scroll bars
the up, down, left, and right arrows that allow you to view information not appearing in the window
scroll bars
S - Scroll Bars The vertical and horizontal strips at the edge of Windows boxes or windows - clicking on them "scrolls" the window either vertically or horizontally
scroll bars
The vertical and horizontal strips at the edge of windows on World Wide web pages Clicking on one 'scrolls' the window either vertically or horizontally
scroll bars
The bars at the bottom and right edge of a window whose contents are not entirely visible Each scroll bar contains a small box, called a scroll box, and two scroll arrows to allow different types of scrolling
scroll bars
Window components used to view the contents of a window when the contents cannot be contained in the display window
scroll bars
These are found along the bottom and right hand edges of the active (uppermost) window and are used to look at the parts of the page that fall below (or above) what you see on your screen At each end of the scroll bar is an arrow Clicking on an arrow moves the contents of the window a small amount in that direction To move faster, just place your mouse pointer over the square in the scroll bar, hold down the left click button on the mouse and slide the square up or down
scroll compressor
-A specially designed compressor that works in a circular motion vs an up and down piston action
scroll compressor
A specially designed compressor that works in a circular motion versus an up and down piston action
scroll compressor
A compressor that uses two scroll-type components to compress vapor
scroll compressor
A compressor using two spiral coils to compress refrigerant gasses
scroll lock
key on a computer keyboard which limits the operation of the cursor control keys (in some applications)
scroll of the law
Torah, Jewish holy book
scroll painting
Art form practiced primarily in the Far East. The two dominant types are the Chinese landscape scroll and the Japanese narrative scroll. China's greatest contribution to the history of painting, the landscape hand scroll, reached its greatest period in the 10th-11th century with such masters as Xu Daoning and Fan Kuan. The Japanese scroll paintings of the 12th-13th century developed the storytelling potential of painting to its greatest extent. In the earliest, Murasaki Shikibu's literary masterpiece The Tale of Genji, the narrative is told in pictures alternating with text. Eventually the illustration stood nearly alone. Typical subjects were the stories and biographies popular during Japan's Middle Ages
scroll saw
A hand or power saw with a narrow ribbonlike blade for cutting curved or irregular shapes
scrolling
The continuous movement of text or images on a display screen in either a horizontal or vertical direction
A scroll
scrow
A scroll
escrol
A scroll
escroll
Torah Scroll
scroll made out of parchment upon which is written one of the five books of the Pentateuch in literary form
hidden scroll
secret scroll; concealed scroll
scrolled
Formed like a scroll; contained in a scroll; adorned with scrolls; as, scrolled work
scrolled
past of scroll
scrolling
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window so as to see a different part of the buffer See section Scrolling
scrolling
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window so as to see a different part of the buffer See Display
scrolling
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window so as to see a different part of the buffer See section Controlling the Display
scrolling
Scrolling the chat screen is when you type in a single letter or symbol in the compose area and keep hitting send This scrolls the chat screen very quickly and disrupts the chat conversation for others This is very bad Netiquette and against the rules established for most chat rooms
scrolling
The movement of lines of text up or down on the monitor screen
scrolling
A word processing feature that allows the user to view any part of the document on the screen in 20-line chunks
scrolling
graphical interface: moving document around within window; text interface: moving the lines displayed on the screen up or down one line at a time
scrolling
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window to make a different part ot the buffer visible See section Controlling the Display
scrolling
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window so as to see a different part of the buffer Scrolling
scrolling
Moving up or down, right or left, beyond the material available on a screen Avoid making your readers scroll right or left
scrolling
The process by which text in xterm windows may be moved up and down using scrollbars on the left side of the window
scrolling
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window to make a different part ot the buffer visible @xref{Display,Scrolling}
scrolling
When there is more information than can fit on a screen at the one time, scrolling moves all the lines of text one position over, so that a new line of text can be seen For example, when you scroll down (using the scroll bar to the right) all the lines of text move up, the top ones disappearing, so that new lines of text are shown at the bottom of the page
scrolling
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window to make a different part of the buffer visible See section Controlling the Display
scrolling
the act of changing your viewing area by using the scroll bar on the right side or the bottom of the screen; the right bar allows you to move up and down while the bottom bar allows you to move left to right
scrolling
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window so as to see a different part of the buffer See section イ靂フ、ホタゥク /A>
scrolling
Moving the text and cursor vertically or horizontally within the view Scrolling up means the cursor and text move down the screen Scrolling right means the cursor and text move leftwards
scrolling
The process of moving to the next screen of data and back when there is more data than can fit on one screen
scrolling
foliage [n] a design of painted or carved leaves that curve into spirals
scrolling
Scrolling means shifting the messages (or text in typeout) in the window so as to see a different part of the buffer See section 5 3 Scrolling
scrolling
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window to make a different part of the buffer visible See section Scrolling
scrolling
Scrolling is the act of moving up and down (vertical scrolling) or across a window (horizontal scrolling) using the scroll bars, the scroll arrows, or the scroll boxes
scrolling
Scrolling means shifting the text in the Emacs window so as to see a different part of the buffer See Scrolling
scrolling
present participle of scroll
scrolling
The scrolling feature changes the way a person interacts with their Mac, especially users with large monitors The wheel enables the user to scroll through documents easily without using scroll bars The user can scroll horizontally or vertically The result is saved steps, saved time, and less frustration
scrolling
Displaying additional text one page at a time, one line at a time, or an arbitrary number of lines at a time Sometimes, the volume of information to be displayed exceeds the size of the window or pane, so you must scroll up/down or right/left to view the rest of the information
scrolling
{i} action of moving text or images horizontally or vertically so new information appears on one side of the screen as older information disappears from the other side (Computers); disruption in an Internet chat area by entering several lines of text faster than other individuals are able to type (Computers)
scrolls
Scrolls are the supportive and decorative members shaped like a scroll or curl which are connected to posts, rails, and each other on many brass (especially traditional) headboards and footboards
scrolls
third-person singular of scroll
scrolls
plural of , scroll
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык

Определение scroll в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

scroll kompresör
scroll compressor
scroll lock
(Bilgisayar) scroll lock
scroll lock tuşu
(Bilgisayar) scroll lock key
scroll lock ışığı
(Bilgisayar) scroll lock led
scroll

    Турецкое произношение

    skrōl

    Произношение

    /ˈskrōl/ /ˈskroʊl/

    Этимология

    [ skrOl ] (noun.) 15th century. A diminutive of Old English scroue, scrowe, Late Latin scroa scroll, probably of Teutonic origin.

    Времена

    scrolls, scrolling, scrolled

    Общие Словосочетания

    scroll down, scroll up, scroll lock, scroll over

    Видео

    ... I'm going to scroll around a little bit. ...
    ... electronic paper.  Paper that you can scroll right out of your cell phone, or for that ...

    Слово дня

    saturnine
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