3 Pane Mail-window title dislayed is "Mozilla", this needs to be changed for B1. Please see UE spec for details. http://gooey/client/5.0/specs/mail/messenger/messenger.html#Title
This is done by some shared code somewhere. Maybe danm? nominating for beta1.
Putting on PDT+ radar for beta1.
Changing summary to "Mail" instead of "ail" ;-)
Since Travis redesigned window title setting, the three-pane mail/news window no longer has a centrally-controlled "Mozilla" moniker added. The m/n window title is now completely specified in commandglue.js:ChangeFolderByURI, so I'm fobbing this off on alecf.
adding tao to the CC Tao, is there a global string bundle and string ID that has "Netscape" in the commercial build, and "Mozilla" in the mozilla build?
No. The closest thing I can find is: tasksOverlay.dtd : <!ENTITY mozillaButton.label "Mozilla"> In fact, we ask localizers not to translate them since "Netscape" and "Mozilla" are TMs. However, these strings still need to be externalized into *.dtd or *.properties since not Netscape branded versions are supposed to removing the "Netscape" branding. Thanks for asking.
Tao, are you filing a new bug? can you put me on the CC? My guess is that we should have a generic branding properties file in chrome://global/locale/ for common strings like this.
ok, I've created the global string bundle and set up the dependancy.... Next step is making a netscape-specific string bundle, and making mail honor it.
Hi, Alec: Do you still need a new bug? Could you use this bug to cover both? Let me know! Thanks for the good work!
mozilla-side fix reviewed by putterman, just need to add to the netscape tree
yay, this is done.
Build 2000-02-14-16M14: NT4, Linux 6.0 Build 2000-02-14-12M13: Mac 8.6.1 Reopening I don't know if it's a focus problem but after a message is selected in the Thread pane, the Title Window uses the format of "<folder> on account" (i.e. Inbox on email@example.com). It doesn't mention "Netscape" or follow the format that the spec specifies.
oh damn, I forgot to checkin this file.
by the way, I checked in what I believe is minimal for beta1 - it matches the spec except for the <subject> part. We should open a new non-PDT+ bug for that.
Waiting for a good Linux build. - NT4 build 2000-02-15-09M14: Incorrect. It states <folder> for <account> - Mozilla. (i.e. Inbox for firstname.lastname@example.org - Mozilla) - Mac build 2000-02-09M14: It appears correct because it references Netscape. Is this a build problem?
yes, I believe it is.
I'll fix this tomorrow when I have a windows build
I don't know, if that help for JS, but there is a macro definition in allxpstr.h for the product <http://lxr.mozilla.org/seamonkey/source/include/allxpstr.h#26>.
This works fine for me with a Mozilla debug build from this mornig. Title correcly update when I select a folder and the product name is Mozilla.
Sorry, I didn't read correctly the problem. It's not fixed!
With a commercial debug build from today, Messenger 3panes window correctly say Netscape (while it was saying Mozilla with a Mozilla build). However, the browser window still say "Mozilla". I have an hard time to download a commercial release build.
The ns version of file "brand.properties" isn't part of any of the commercial pakage (Win32, Mac & Unix). I have a fix in hand but wont be able to test it myself! We need to check it in and wait for the new commercial installer.
here is the fix: Index: packages-mac =================================================================== RCS file: /m/src/ns/xpinstall/packager/packages-mac,v retrieving revision 1.22 diff -r1.22 packages-mac 18a19 > viewer:Chrome:global:locale:en-US:brand.properties Index: packages-unix =================================================================== RCS file: /m/src/ns/xpinstall/packager/packages-unix,v retrieving revision 1.12 diff -r1.12 packages-unix 42a43 > bin/chrome/global/locale/en-US/brand.properties Index: packages-win =================================================================== RCS file: /m/src/ns/xpinstall/packager/packages-win,v retrieving revision 1.38 diff -r1.38 packages-win
Fixed and checked in
Build 2000-02-22-16M14: NT4 Build 2000-02-22-12M14: Linux 6.0 Build 2000-02-22-11M14: Mac 8.5.1 Verified Fixed. The window title now references "Netscape". I will create a new bug for the window title not conforming completely with the spec.