author Thomas <>
Mon, 10 Jun 2019 17:09:56 +0000
changeset 11632 6de5cca8e048b8badbf0a5c44b6d4f6923cfdbb1
parent 11587 40f07c4a8cc8b69ac735897dd88416aaf7e8b4a9
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Bug 1521188 - Indicate grid/flex container/item in infobar highlighter. r=pbro Indicate in the infobar highlighter if the element is of kind grid or flex, and if it is a container or an item. Differential Revision: X-Channel-Repo: mozilla-central X-Channel-Converted-Revision: c99100c3a71f8aa8c031d2d4e03ce2d28c9355fc X-Channel-Repo: releases/mozilla-beta X-Channel-Revision: 78928eb0791ef5074dab80bfeac2d96490d7267d X-Channel-Repo: releases/mozilla-release X-Channel-Revision: df853c362664989e025d1206b59c37c435186a91

# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
# file, You can obtain one at

# LOCALIZATION NOTE: The property keys ending with ".key" are for access keys.
# Localizations may add or delete properties where the property key ends with
# ".key" as appropriate for the localization. The code that uses this data can
# deal with the absence of an access key for an item.
# For gbk, gbk.bis and gbk.bis.key are used to trigger string changes in
# localizations.
# In the en-US version of this file, access keys are given to the following:
# * UTF-8
# * All encodings that are the fallback encoding for some locale in Firefox
# * All encodings that are the fallback encoding for some locale in IE
# * All Japanese encodings
# For the items whose property key does not end in ".key" and whose value
# includes "(" U+0028 LEFT PARENTHESIS, the "(" character is significant for
# processing by CharsetMenu.jsm. If your localization does not use ASCII
# parentheses where en-US does in this file, please file a bug to make
# CharsetMenu.jsm also recognize the delimiter your localization uses.
# (When this code was developed, all localizations appeared to use
# U+0028 LEFT PARENTHESIS for this purpose.)

# Auto-Detect (sub)menu
charsetMenuCharsets = Character Encoding
charsetMenuAutodet = Auto-Detect
# 'A' is reserved for Arabic:
charsetMenuAutodet.key = D = (off) = o
charsetMenuAutodet.ja = Japanese
charsetMenuAutodet.ja.key = J = Russian = R = Ukrainian = U

# Globally-relevant
UTF-8.key        = U
UTF-8            = Unicode
windows-1252.key = W
windows-1252     = Western

# Arabic
windows-1256.key = A
windows-1256     = Arabic (Windows)
ISO-8859-6       = Arabic (ISO)

# Baltic
windows-1257.key = B
windows-1257     = Baltic (Windows)
ISO-8859-4       = Baltic (ISO)

# Central European
windows-1250.key =         E
windows-1250     = Central European (Windows)
ISO-8859-2.key   =       l
ISO-8859-2       = Central European (ISO)

# Chinese, Simplified
gbk.bis.key      =          S
gbk.bis          = Chinese, Simplified

# Chinese, Traditional
Big5.key         =          T
Big5             = Chinese, Traditional

# Cyrillic
windows-1251.key = C
windows-1251     = Cyrillic (Windows)
ISO-8859-5       = Cyrillic (ISO)
KOI8-R           = Cyrillic (KOI8-R)
KOI8-U           = Cyrillic (KOI8-U)
IBM866           = Cyrillic (DOS)

# UI string in anticipation of Cyrillic analog of bug 1543077;
# deliberately not in use yet

# LOCALIZATION NOTE (Cyrillic.key): If taken into use, this string will appear
# instead of the string for windows-1251.key, so the use of the same
# accelerator is deliberate.
Cyrillic.key     = C
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (Cyrillic): If taken into use, this string will appear
# as a single item instead of the five items windows-1251, ISO-8859-5,
# KOI8-R, KOI8-U, and IBM866, so this string does not need to make sense
# together with those strings and should be translated the way those were
# but omitting the part in parentheses.
Cyrillic         = Cyrillic

# Greek
windows-1253.key = G
windows-1253     = Greek (Windows)
ISO-8859-7.key   =          O
ISO-8859-7       = Greek (ISO)

# Hebrew
windows-1255.key = H
windows-1255     = Hebrew
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (ISO-8859-8): The value for this item should begin with
# the same word for Hebrew as the value for windows-1255 so that this item
# sorts right after that one in the collation order for your locale.
ISO-8859-8       = Hebrew, Visual

# Japanese
Shift_JIS.key    = J
Shift_JIS        = Japanese (Shift_JIS)
EUC-JP.key       =   p
EUC-JP           = Japanese (EUC-JP)
ISO-2022-JP.key  =     n
ISO-2022-JP      = Japanese (ISO-2022-JP)

# UI string in anticipation of bug 1543077; deliberately not in use yet

Japanese.key     = J
Japanese         = Japanese

# Korean
EUC-KR.key       = K
EUC-KR           = Korean

# Thai
windows-874.key  =    i
windows-874      = Thai

# Turkish
windows-1254.key =   r
windows-1254     = Turkish

# Vietnamese
windows-1258.key = V
windows-1258     = Vietnamese