Typo and accesskey
authorBenoit Leseul <benoit.leseul@gmail.com>
Fri, 09 Oct 2009 22:06:17 +0200
changeset 878 36d8a4cf76c11cf36cbc1584d3a41ccd2b2db1cc
parent 877 11127f70bdb5e7f07c8baa58f18ddd92980e1ac9
child 879 1095624ce0708e1dcc452a4ae99b7d2e2302e26c
push id848
push userbenoit.leseul@gmail.com
push dateFri, 09 Oct 2009 20:07:29 +0000
Typo and accesskey
--- a/mail/chrome/messenger/SearchDialog.dtd
+++ b/mail/chrome/messenger/SearchDialog.dtd
@@ -24,17 +24,17 @@
 <!ENTITY saveAsVFButton.accesskey    "v">
 <!-- for ABSearchDialog.xul -->
 <!ENTITY abSearchHeading.label       "Rechercher dans :">
 <!ENTITY abSearchHeading.accesskey   "d">
 <!ENTITY propertiesButton.label      "Propriétés">
 <!ENTITY propertiesButton.accesskey  "P">
 <!ENTITY composeButton.label         "Écrire">
-<!ENTITY composeButton.accesskey     "g">
+<!ENTITY composeButton.accesskey     "c">
 <!ENTITY abSearchDialogTitle.label   "Recherche avancée dans le carnet d'adresses">
 <!-- Thread Pane -->
 <!ENTITY threadColumn.label "Discussion">
 <!ENTITY fromColumn.label "Expéditeur">
 <!ENTITY recipientColumn.label "Destinataire">
 <!ENTITY subjectColumn.label "Sujet">
 <!ENTITY dateColumn.label "Date">
--- a/mail/chrome/messenger/gloda.properties
+++ b/mail/chrome/messenger/gloda.properties
@@ -109,17 +109,17 @@ gloda.message.attr.fromMe.facetNameLabel
 #  with the message.  This means from/to/cc/bcc.
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE (gloda.message.attr.involves.*): Stores everyone involved
 #  with the message.  This means from/to/cc/bcc.
 gloda.message.attr.involves.includeLabel=concernant quiconque parmi :
 gloda.message.attr.involves.excludeLabel=ne concernant pas :
-gloda.message.attr.involves.remainderLabel=autre participants :
+gloda.message.attr.involves.remainderLabel=autres participants :
 gloda.message.attr.involves.mustMatchLabel=doit concerner #1
 gloda.message.attr.involves.cantMatchLabel=ne doit pas concerner #1
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE (gloda.message.attr.date.*): Stores the date of the message.
 #  Thunderbird normally stores the date the message claims it was composed
 #  according to the "Date" header.  This is not the same as when the message
 #  was sent or when it was eventually received by the user.  In the future we
 #  may change this to be one of the other dates, but not anytime soon.