Sync with trunk.
authorEduardo Trápani <eduardo@esperanto.org.uy>
Tue, 25 Jan 2011 05:08:28 -0200
changeset 134 dab42f1b5e875b0ee19bef28615f7a41cdd44bda
parent 133 850513eb7996d0c6dea73596808e1af573fcaf00
child 135 69fa9f120276d12ddeb582fb0328381d02fa7cf0
push id1
push usersledru@mozilla.com
push dateThu, 04 Dec 2014 21:46:40 +0000
Sync with trunk.
toolkit/chrome/global/headsUpDisplay.properties
--- a/toolkit/chrome/global/headsUpDisplay.properties
+++ b/toolkit/chrome/global/headsUpDisplay.properties
@@ -82,37 +82,16 @@ copyCmd.label=Kopii
 copyCmd.accesskey=K
 selectAllCmd.label=Elekti Ĉion
 selectAllCmd.accesskey=A
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE (timestampFormat): %1$02S = hours (24-hour clock),
 # %2$02S = minutes, %3$02S = seconds, %4$03S = milliseconds.
 timestampFormat=%02S:%02S:%02S.%03S
 
 helperFuncUnsupportedTypeError=Can't call pprint on this type of object.
-# LOCALIZATION NOTE (networkUrlWithStatus):
-#
-# When the HTTP request is started only the URL of the request is printed to the
-# WebConsole. As the response status of the HTTP request arrives, the URL string
-# is replaced by this string (the response status can look like `HTTP/1.1 200 OK`).
-# The bracket is not closed to mark that this request is not done by now. As the
-# request is finished (the HTTP connection is closed) this string is replaced
-# by `networkUrlWithStatusAndDuration` which has a closing the braket.
-#
-# %1$S = URL of network request
-# %2$S = response status code from the server (e.g. `HTTP/1.1 200 OK`)
-networkUrlWithStatus=%1$S [%2$S
-# LOCALIZATION NOTE (networkUrlWithStatusAndDuration):
-#
-# When the HTTP request is finished (the HTTP connection is closed) this string
-# replaces the former `networkUrlWithStatus` string in the WebConsole.
-#
-# %1$S = URL of network request
-# %2$S = response status code from the server (e.g. `HTTP/1.1 200 OK`)
-# %3$S = duration for the complete network request in milliseconds
-networkUrlWithStatusAndDuration=%1$S [%2$S %3$Sms]
 NetworkPanel.label=Inspect Network Request
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE (NetworkPanel.deltaDurationMS):
 #
 # This string is used to show the duration between two network events (e.g
 # request and respones header or response header and response body).
 NetworkPanel.durationMS=%Sms
 # LOCALIZATION NOTE (NetworkPanel.imageSizeDeltaDurationMS):
 # This string is used to show the duration between the response header and the