Created attachment 8703803 [details] Partially translated default browser message Reported by a third party to me via e-mail. The 'Default web browser' pop-up message is partially translated in English and partly in Hebrew INSTRUCTIONS: 0. System running OS X 10.11.2 GM 1. Install 3rd browser app (e.g. Firefox) 2. Launch FireFox for the first time > See the 'Default web browser' pop-up message ACTUAL RESULTS: 1.LTR string, the question mark appear in the right side instead of the left side. 2.The buttons are not localized
Untranslated buttons: that's expected, given that Hebrew is still missing strings https://l10n.mozilla.org/shipping/dashboard?tree=fx_aurora&tree=fx_beta&locale=he For example the 'set as default browser' is translated on Aurora, not on Beta yet. The 'Not now' button doesn't seem to be translated anywhere. https://hg.mozilla.org/releases/l10n/mozilla-beta/he/file/default/browser/chrome/browser/shellservice.properties As for the question mark, Tomer can definitely tell if it's broken. As far as I know Hebrew doesn't mirror the ? character, but I'd expect this to have the question mark at the beginning and Firefox at the end. setDefaultBrowserMessage=%S אינו מוגדר כרגע כדפדפן ברירת המחדל שלך. האם ברצונך להפוך אותו לדפדפן ברירת המחדל שלך?
Summary: Default browser message partially translated (Hebrew) → Hebrew: question mark displayed at the end of the sentence in default browser dialog
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 1238756
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