Created attachment 8625282 [details] screenshot from Windows 10 (x64) Reproducible on: * Release 38.0.6 (20150605094246) * Beta 39.0b7 (20150618135210) * Aurora 40.0a2 (2015-06-22) * Nightly 41.0a1 (2015-06-21) Affect platforms: Windows 10 (x64), Windows 7 (x64), Ubuntu 14.04 (x86), Mac OS X 10.9.5 Steps to reproduce: 1. Launch Firefox. 2. Click the Hello button from the toolbar and select "Start a conversation". 3. Click the "Copy Link" button from the conversation panel. 4. Check the first-use tooltip (titled "No need to wait around") and check out the color of the Hello button from the toolbar. Expected result: According to the tooltip, the button does _NOT_ turn blue until someone joins the conversation. Actual result: The button turns blue as soon as the conversation room is opened. Additional notes: * This does not seem to be a regression as I managed to replicate it way back on older builds where this feature was implemented. * It's reasonable to assume that this might simply be an inconsistency or discrepancy between the expected result and what the tooltip displays on first use.
Probably a ui-tour bug in the first instance.
Just to confirm Mark, are you saying that the copy is wrong? Moving to www.mozilla.org as that's what I understand.
This string is being fixed for Firefox 40, thanks.
Resolving as this was fixed in bug 1178217