The message that gets served to users running old nightlies has a wierd sentence in it on the Start page, and that sentence needs a comma between its two independent clauses: "Please download the latest nightly before reporting bugs, etc. or download our latest stable release, Camino 0.8.4." It needs a comma after the period in etc. (because "or download our latest stable..." is another independent clause). I actually like the phrasing of the "old nightly" message on the homepage better (any reason they're not in sync?), but it needs a comma, too (in another location): "If you find the nightly version unstable you may be happier using our latest stable release, Camino 0.8.4 (or the multilingual version)." A comma is needed after "unstable" because the first part of the sentence is an introductory clause. </end grammar nit-picking>
Assignee: bugzilla → mozilla
Should be fixed now. I added the comma, and synced the two strings (using the version from the homepage).
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 13 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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