Fix / correct Spanish translation

Greetings Team @spanish_team @alefattorini , I have returned after being infected with covid-19 and my family. We have recovered although we suffered from the aftermath of it.

I will correct some translations into Spanish so that it is aesthetic and more professional for its start-up in companies.

neth2 neth4 neth5

Is it possible to expand this menu a little more?

A hug for everyone


Happy to have you back. Stay safe. Best wishes for you and your family.


Thanks Bro @dnutan

Currently I have made progress in the Spanish translations, I hope to finish next week, and notify its completion to test the language packs.


A week of certifications in cisco academy and Spanish translations in NethServer.

Good week. Spanish language is ready.

Greetings to all. :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: :heart_eyes:

@spanish_team @alefattorini


Is it possible to extend the menu? @support_team @dev_team

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I think the trimming of the menu entries happens because of the scrollbar. Does it look better when the browser window has enough height so that the scrollbar won’t appear?


it’s trimmed in other languages than English. I did not find the right width in css…

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Thanks, tomorrow I will document myself in the cockpit to see what I can solve, I think something can be done otherwise I will have to modify the translations to make it shorter


I do not think so :frowning:

hi @giacomo yes, it can be edited compressed css (app.7e1e2550.css.gz)

I am placing the specific line to be able to extend it

to achieve this I will notify you to do some implementation at the level of updates

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I made a progress, when I have all the lines to edit I will send the configured file for you to test it.


if we change this value



Is there a way that this value comes from the factory? @dev_team

in app.7e1e2550.css we will achieve this.

I am looking for how to customize the scroll bar to be thinner

It was hard to find, but I think it comes from our css: /usr/share/cockpit/nethserver/css/app.7e1e2550.css.gz.

See also

But I have no idea if it’s safe to change it.

at least change from 55px to auto

#navbar-left {
width: 55px; auto
-webkit-transition: width 0.25s ease-in-out;
-moz-transition: width 0.25s ease-in-out;
-o-transition: width 0.25s ease-in-out;
transition: width 0.25s ease-in-out;

Thanks @giacomo

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@giacomo I will do some tests before to see if these changes do not affect all the structures of the applications. if they affect its graphic design I will leave it as it is.