fix inappropriate translation of userContextPersonal.label in browser.properties
authorMasahiko Imanaka <chimantaea_mirabilis@yahoo.co.jp>
Mon, 17 Oct 2016 10:09:10 +0900
changeset 2186 ed307838b723d94add4c45eac857f620da5dd4f2
parent 2185 c2faf4d87066766566630cafda856b76b1f1dfaf
child 2187 5d515e9baee1586f15c6e481ce6777b1ef5c484a
push id1177
push useraxel@mozilla.com
push dateMon, 14 Nov 2016 12:39:57 +0000
fix inappropriate translation of userContextPersonal.label in browser.properties
browser/chrome/browser/browser.properties
--- a/browser/chrome/browser/browser.properties
+++ b/browser/chrome/browser/browser.properties
@@ -694,17 +694,17 @@ e10s.accessibilityNotice.enableAndRestar
 # Contextual Identity / Containers project. Each context is meant to represent
 # the context that the user is in when interacting with the site. Different
 # contexts will store cookies and other information from those sites in
 # different, isolated locations. You can enable the feature by typing
 # about:config in the URL bar and changing privacy.userContext.enabled to true.
 # Once enabled, you can open a new tab in a specific context by clicking
 # File > New Container Tab > (1 of 4 contexts). Once opened, you will see these
 # strings on the right-hand side of the URL bar.
-userContextPersonal.label	= プライベート
+userContextPersonal.label	= 個人
 userContextWork.label		= 仕事
 userContextBanking.label	= 銀行取引
 userContextShopping.label	= ショッピング
 userContextNone.label		= コンテナなし
 
 userContextPersonal.accesskey	= P
 userContextWork.accesskey	= W
 userContextBanking.accesskey	= B