User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:44.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/44.0 Build ID: 20151011030229 Steps to reproduce: One thing - click on three strips (menu). Actual results: Option "Nowe okno z wieloma" should be "Nowe okno z jednym procesem" (not "New several-processes window", but "New one-process window". Second thing - right click on tab and there will be one option in English "Open in new non-e10s window"
(In reply to to_du from comment #0) > Option "Nowe okno z wieloma" should be "Nowe okno z jednym procesem" (not > "New several-processes window", but "New one-process window". https://github.com/aviarypl/mozilla-l10n-central-pl/commit/682e2b63ffa5f04113123229781b04c6d23535bb > Second thing - right click on tab and there will be one option in English > "Open in new non-e10s window" Hardcoded, https://github.com/mozilla/gecko-dev/blame/1b6da7ed716856211b6ac85473e509f11c7fc093/browser/base/content/browser.xul#L108
After today update after right-click is still one option in English. Another thing is shown in the attachment. Now it is "Nowe okno z pojedyn-"
I don't know why after entering attachment there is information that this attachment couldn't be opened because of the errors.
I tested few locales with longer labels after checking https://transvision.mozfr.org/string/?entity=browser/chrome/browser/customizableui/customizableWidgets.properties:e10s-button.label&repo=central and found that de, en-GB (and probably en-US), it, ru, uk and possibly others have the same problem with e10s-button.label label…
The hard-coded string was WONTFIXED in bug 1198920. The fact that longer labels are truncated in the Australis menu is known and there's not much a localization can do to fix it. BTW, the Italian one is fully displayed, at least on OS X.
Created attachment 8673647 [details] 1213872.it.png Latest it nightly on OS X 10.11, "e10s" seems to be missing…
Created attachment 8673650 [details] Italian OS X 10.10 That's weird, I would expect at least consistency on OS X. I guess I'll have to shorten it somehow, or live with it (the tooltip still explains its meaning).