mail/chrome/messenger/baseMenuOverlay.dtd
author Petru Lingurar <petru.lingurar@softvision.ro>
Fri, 14 Jun 2019 17:05:33 +0000
changeset 11704 40c8125bc6036f7ad1a82923354fe66b4cb5c3de
parent 11695 0f9e5c23cc1fb2a7f19f1cf276c2c0154e043cfc
permissions -rw-r--r--
Bug 1557635 - Update the Sync Onboarding screen; r=VladBaicu, a=RyanVM With this changes we must now support 3 Onboarding versions. With this changes we must now support 3 Onboarding versions. Latest Onboarding UX will use a new title for the "Sync screen", new subtext, new image and new text for the signin button. This will be presented only if all this new Strings are localized. Refactored the existing OnboardingStringUtil to serve as a central point of getting the right resources to be used and querying the Onboarding UX version the app should offer. Added to SyncPanel the missing logic to hide the space otherwise occupied by the Onboarding screen message, when there is no message. (now behaving the same as the other Onboarding screens.) Applied a lossless compression for the new sync image which resulted in a 26.5% size reduction. Removed the lint suppression initially necessary for when first added the updated Sync Strings which were not used at the moment. Differential Revision: https://phabricator.services.mozilla.com/D35012 X-Channel-Repo: mozilla-central X-Channel-Revision: 5fb0a623158e7005d20517d8b8b8a7a340b58a9c X-Channel-Repo: releases/mozilla-beta X-Channel-Revision: 9cdcc170dc1a51fc14a10d38f8aa2237d9928ba4 X-Channel-Repo: releases/mozilla-release X-Channel-Revision: 2fb19d0466d2f61674c0af80813645cccd510593 X-Channel-Repo: releases/mozilla-esr68 X-Channel-Converted-Revision: 2f967ef753ab175c43ec33cdf6276266281d3721

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<!-- Help Menu -->
<!ENTITY helpMenu.label "Help">
<!ENTITY helpMenu.accesskey "H">
<!-- LOCALIZATION NOTE some localizations of Windows use "?"
                       for the help button in the menubar but Gnome does not.   -->
<!ENTITY helpMenuWin.label "Help">
<!ENTITY helpMenuWin.accesskey "H">
<!ENTITY aboutProduct2.label "About &brandShorterName;">
<!ENTITY aboutProduct2.accesskey "A">
<!ENTITY helpTroubleshootingInfo.label     "Troubleshooting Information">
<!ENTITY helpTroubleshootingInfo.accesskey "T">
<!ENTITY helpSafeMode.label     "Restart with Add-ons Disabled…">
<!ENTITY helpSafeMode.accesskey "R">
<!ENTITY helpSafeMode.stop.label     "Restart with Add-ons Enabled">
<!ENTITY helpSafeMode.stop.accesskey "R">
<!ENTITY productHelp.label "&brandShortName; Help">
<!ENTITY productHelp.accesskey "H">
<!ENTITY productHelp.commandkey "VK_F1">
<!ENTITY productHelpMac.commandkey "?">
<!ENTITY productHelpMac.modifiers "accel">

<!ENTITY helpKeyboardShortcuts.label "Keyboard Shortcuts">
<!ENTITY helpKeyboardShortcuts.accesskey "K">

<!ENTITY helpFeedbackPage.label "Submit Feedback…">
<!ENTITY helpFeedbackPage.accesskey "S">

<!ENTITY helpShowTour2.label "&brandShorterName; Tour">
<!ENTITY helpShowTour2.accesskey "o">

<!ENTITY helpGetInvolvedPage.label "Get Involved">
<!ENTITY helpGetInvolvedPage.accesskey "I">

<!ENTITY helpDonationsPage.label "Make a Donation">
<!ENTITY helpDonationsPage.accesskey "M">