Fix brandname in strings. Bug 534722, r=bwinton
authorBen Bucksch <ben.bucksch@beonex.com>
Tue, 23 Mar 2010 02:09:28 +0100
changeset 5233 d9a09cb80fdd7f5b940b0f6991fb6253795d537c
parent 5232 ca7294c5124c58be5301334801841edc76821613
child 5234 58494ac482bfa9311d688873c53eea32a64d11bb
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Fix brandname in strings. Bug 534722, r=bwinton
mail/locales/en-US/chrome/messenger/accountCreation.properties
--- a/mail/locales/en-US/chrome/messenger/accountCreation.properties
+++ b/mail/locales/en-US/chrome/messenger/accountCreation.properties
@@ -6,25 +6,25 @@ cleartext_warning=%1$S does not use encr
 selfsigned_warning=%1$S does not use a trusted certificate.
 selfsigned_details=Normally, a secure mail server will present a trusted certificate to prove that it is really the server it claims to be. The connection to the mail server will be encrypted but cannot be validated as being the correct server.
 cleartext_details=Insecure mail servers do not use encrypted connections to protect your passwords and private information. By connecting to this server you could expose your password and private information.
 
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE(default_server_tag): Used to indicate the default smtp server in the server dropdown list.
 default_server_tag= (default)
 
 # config titles
-# LOCALIZATION NOTE(looking_up_settings_disk): Referring to Thunderbird installation folder on user's harddisk
-looking_up_settings_disk=Looking up configuration: Thunderbird installation
+# LOCALIZATION NOTE(looking_up_settings_disk): Referring to Thunderbird installation folder on user's harddisk. %1$S will be the brandShortName.
+looking_up_settings_disk=Looking up configuration: %1$S installation
 looking_up_settings_isp=Looking up configuration: Email provider
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE(looking_up_settings_db): Do not translate or replace Mozilla. It stands for the public project mozilla.org, not Mozilla Messaging. The database is a generic, public domain facility usable by any client.
 looking_up_settings_db=Looking up configuration: Mozilla ISP database
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE(looking_up_settings_guess): We are checking common server names like pop., pop3., smtp., mail., without knowing whether they exist or really serve this email account. If a server responds, we try to talk to it via POP/IMAP/SMTP protocols and query its capabilities. If that succeeds, we assume we found a configuration. Of course, it may still be wrong, but it often works.
 looking_up_settings_guess=Looking up configuration: Trying common server names
-# LOCALIZATION NOTE(found_settings_disk): Referring to Thunderbird installation folder on user's harddisk
-found_settings_disk=The following settings were found on: Thunderbird installation
+# LOCALIZATION NOTE(found_settings_disk): Referring to Thunderbird installation folder on user's harddisk. %1$S will be the brandShortName.
+found_settings_disk=The following settings were found on: %1$S installation
 found_settings_isp=The following settings were found from: Email provider
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE(found_settings_db): Do not translate or replace Mozilla. It stands for the public project mozilla.org, not Mozilla Messaging. The database is a generic, public domain facility usable by any client.
 found_settings_db=The following settings were found from: Mozilla ISP database
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE(found_settings_guess): We tried common mail server names and we found a mail server and talked to it and it responded properly, so we think we found a suitable configuration, but we are only about 80% certain that it is the correct setting for this email address. There's a chance that email address may not actually be served by this server and it won't work, or that there is a better server.
 found_settings_guess=The following settings were found by trying common server names
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE(failed_to_find_settings): %1$S will be the brandShortName.
 failed_to_find_settings=%1$S failed to find the settings for your email account.
 manually_edit_config=Editing Config