As usually, Greek text needs more space. So far we have a problem only with the small "firefox beta for android" button. As a workaround, I translated the string "Get it free on Google Play" as "Free on Google Play" since it still makes perfectly good sense in Greek and added a <br/> to break it in two lines. Filling this bug since I'm not sure if the <br/> breaks something or if the workaround is also working for Firefox Aurora buttons
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I wondered if a non-breaking space to keep "Google Play" together might be a better option that embedding HTML in the string? Alternately, we could adjust the margin-right values in the CSS for Greek-only.
As a note - we currently have a CSS rule to fix this same issue (i think) for dutch visitors, so it might just be a case of adding 'el' to this existing selector. https://github.com/mozilla/bedrock/blob/master/media/css/sandstone/buttons.less#L580
PR opened here: https://github.com/mozilla/bedrock/pull/1087 This should remove the need for using the <br /> breaks, as the width of the text container is adjusted so it no longer overlaps the Firefox Beta text.
Commits pushed to master at https://github.com/mozilla/bedrock https://github.com/mozilla/bedrock/commit/a429611e3e73c4b8c1154714f75ec3888266d78b Bug 855043 text display issues download buttons (el locale) https://github.com/mozilla/bedrock/commit/41559624a9c9fb086c3d3356b60f5c3193686b41 Merge pull request #1087 from alexgibson/bug-855043-text-display-issues-download-buttons-el Bug 855043 text display issues download buttons (el locale)