Build: Win32 N6.1beta1/WinME-Ja and Linux N6.1 beta1/LinuxRH6.2-Ja Steps to reproduce: 1. Launch browser. 2. Tasks | Privacy and Security | Password Manager | Change Personal Security Password. Result(see the attach file later): 1. The String name after "Token Name" display as "... ... ..." 2. On Windows, the dialog has been cut-off and can not be resized. ------- Additional Comments From email@example.com 2001-06-19 15:41:11 ---- Created an attachment (id=1919) Windows. ------- Additional Comments From firstname.lastname@example.org 2001-06-19 15:43:07 ---- Created an attachment (id=1922) This one on Windows. And the previous one was on Linux. ------- Additional Comments From email@example.com 2001-06-22 14:20:23 ---- Reassigned to firstname.lastname@example.org to resize the dialogs, ------- Additional Comments From email@example.com 2001-06-22 17:24:30 ---- This is very good information. However, we only handle bugs in Bugzilla. May I ask you to move this bug there? It's probably a dup, but it's probably important to get you to help confirm that our fixes really work. ------- Bug moved to this database by firstname.lastname@example.org 2001-06-25 10:09 ------- This bug previously known as bug 6602 at http://bugscape.netscape.com/ http://bugscape.netscape.com/show_bug.cgi?id=6602 Originally filed under the Browser product and Localization-JA component. --- Unknown bug field "attachment" encountered while moving bug <attachment> <attachid> 1919 </attachid> <date> 06/19/01 15:41 </date> <desc> Windows. </desc> </attachment> --- Unknown bug field "attachment" encountered while moving bug <attachment> <attachid> 1922 </attachid> <date> 06/19/01 15:43 </date> <desc> This one on Windows. And the previous one was on Linux. </desc> </attachment> Skipping unknown keyword: nsBranch.
Bringing over keywords from bugscape bug# 6602.
Moving to PSM.
I believe this is a dup of http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=84825 as well. However, it looks like the 'Set Master Password' dialog box has changed a bit from the way it was when this bug was filed - is it correct?
rangansen: if it's a dup dup it.
Marking nsbranch- as it was decided in the August bug triage that we wouldn't have enough time in eMojo to fix this. Let's revisit for MachV.
removed keyword nsbranch since bug now has nsbranch-, per pdt mtg.
marking nsenterprise-; will be reevaluated for nsenterprise in future release.
Nominate as nsbeta1
adding nsbeta1 Does anyone have a status on this one? Is someone working on fixing it?
rangan, in comment # 6 http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=87640#c6 you say that this may be a dupe. However the proposed candidate is already fixed. ylong: I take it that you're still seeing the behavior on the trunk. Is that right? Rangan please follow up.
With a trunk build [few days old] on my m/c it appears that both the problems reported here does not show up any more: 1. The window is resizable 2. The device name displays ok. Also, the text on cancel button does not spill over. The ok button is not properly internationalized, though. Snapshot follows. ylong: If you are still seeing this problem, could you pl let me know your build id?
Yes, the original problems are not existing on N6.2 RTM build, however I just a little concern about the string "Software Security Deivce" is in English on Japanese build, is it localizible? cause it was showing "... ... ..." before.
"Software Security Deivce" string is not localizable. Bug 88322 was filed for the l12y problem on login prompt. Rangan, do you think we need to file seperate bug for the l12y problem of this string on this particular window?
No - for in both cases the string "Software Security Device" is originally obtained from the same place [InternalToken property in pipnss.properties]. So once this is localizable we should see it in both windows. Also, for external devices - like smart cards, etc, the names are obtained from the specific drivers and not from the locale files - so, fixing Bug 88322 would still leave them non localizable, unless the devices themselves have locale support. BTW - when I try to d/l a locale content pack with one of the latest daily builds, I get an error "You must install the latest version of Netscape in order to use the content packs" - can someone throw any light on this issue?
Updating target to 2.2, anyway
I think the language pack you downloaded doesn't sync with the current trunk build. It only works for 6.2 build. The error message is kind of misleading.
Rangan, actually I've found that the following property is used: PrivateTokenDescription in ssl/resources/locale/en-US/pipnss.properties I believe this file is localizable. There is one caveat though. These strings have to abide by the pkcs11 specs which has a fixed sized format of 32 bytes followed by a null byte. The nss code will pad this with space or truncate. This may affect the ability to localize this string. You can try by having a dev env, and checking the value of the PrivateTokenDescription in you localized version of pipnss.properties.
Changing the summary to reflect the current situation on this i.e. : The Software Security Device string and the OK button label are not localized
Yuying, what's the status now. Do we still have the problem in JA NS 6.2.1?
On JA 6.2.1, the dialog UI has been changed different than in original report. There is no "token name" in new UI, it shows "Security Device: Software Security Device" instead, however "Software Security Device" is in English not has been localized, and the title of dialog still displayed as "... ...". But I think it's handled by another bug (Xianglan may know more about that status). The problem with Cancel button has been resolved by the font changing of linux JA 6.2 build.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 88322 ***
Verified as so.