The search engines list has changed in Thunderbird for en-US. See bug 731590 for the new list. The attached patch brings lt up to date with these changes. Please review and check that it will work for you. If you have queries or issues, please feel free to ask. If you are happy with the patch, please set the review flag to + and comment here. When we are happy with the patch, I will commit and push to the relevant l10n repos - please let me know if you want it committed to central, aurora and/or beta. You will need to update your sign-off when you are ready.
Created attachment 602154 [details] [diff] [review] Update search engines lt search engine update
So you're removing Google, ha? I don't want to blow against the wind, but this looks rather inadequate to me, considering that Google is world's most popular search provider. Furthermore, even though Bing has a localized Lithuanian interface, for some reason it does NOT turn it on automatically, instead, the user gets to click a link in the page header if she wants to have Bing interface localized. Until at least the latter is addressed, I'm reluctant to R+ this patch. If Mozilla has contacts in the Bing team, it would be best if you could convince them to actually enable localized interfaces by default, based on the accept-language header instead of requiring the user to make additional explicit opt-in to use this feature.
Mark, do you have any news?
Getting the review request off my radar and taking the bug. If bug 604979 will ever be fixed, I'll review and perhaps commit the patch then.
Actually, I don't think I'll be removing Google anytime soon. Bug 604979 has been dormant for years now, even though the fix should be pretty easy for Microsoft to implement. On top of that, I don't think removing Google would benefit the users, since it's the most popular search engine in Lithuania.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 5 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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