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# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
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# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
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# file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.
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### These strings are used inside the about:debugging UI.
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# Page Title strings
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# Page title (ie tab title) for the Setup page
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about-debugging-page-title-setup-page = Debugging - Setup
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# Page title (ie tab title) for the Runtime page
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# { $selectedRuntimeId } is the id of the current runtime, such as "this-firefox", "localhost:6080", ...
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about-debugging-page-title-runtime-page = Debugging - Runtime / { $selectedRuntimeId }
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# Sidebar strings
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# Display name of the runtime for the currently running instance of Firefox. Used in the
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# Sidebar and in the Setup page.
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about-debugging-this-firefox-runtime-name = This { -brand-shorter-name }
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# Sidebar heading for selecting the currently running instance of Firefox
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about-debugging-sidebar-this-firefox =
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.name = { about-debugging-this-firefox-runtime-name }
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# Sidebar heading for connecting to some remote source
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about-debugging-sidebar-setup =
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.name = Setup
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# Text displayed in the about:debugging sidebar when USB devices discovery is enabled.
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about-debugging-sidebar-usb-enabled = USB enabled
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# Text displayed in the about:debugging sidebar when USB devices discovery is disabled
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# (for instance because the mandatory ADB extension is not installed).
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about-debugging-sidebar-usb-disabled = USB disabled
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# Connection status (connected) for runtime items in the sidebar
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aboutdebugging-sidebar-runtime-connection-status-connected = Connected
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# Connection status (disconnected) for runtime items in the sidebar
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aboutdebugging-sidebar-runtime-connection-status-disconnected = Disconnected
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# Text displayed in the about:debugging sidebar when no device was found.
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about-debugging-sidebar-no-devices = No devices discovered
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# Text displayed in buttons found in sidebar items representing remote runtimes.
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# Clicking on the button will attempt to connect to the runtime.
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about-debugging-sidebar-item-connect-button = Connect
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# Text displayed in buttons found in sidebar items when the runtime is connecting.
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about-debugging-sidebar-item-connect-button-connecting = Connecting…
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# Text displayed in buttons found in sidebar items when the connection failed.
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about-debugging-sidebar-item-connect-button-connection-failed = Connection failed
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# Text displayed in connection warning on sidebar item of the runtime when connecting to
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# the runtime is taking too much time.
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about-debugging-sidebar-item-connect-button-connection-not-responding = Connection still pending, check for messages on the target browser
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# Text displayed as connection error in sidebar item when the connection has timed out.
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about-debugging-sidebar-item-connect-button-connection-timeout = Connection timed out
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# Temporary text displayed in sidebar items representing remote runtimes after
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# successfully connecting to them. Temporary UI, do not localize.
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about-debugging-sidebar-item-connected-label = Connected
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# Text displayed in sidebar items for remote devices where a compatible browser (eg
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# Firefox) has not been detected yet. Typically, Android phones connected via USB with
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# USB debugging enabled, but where Firefox is not started.
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about-debugging-sidebar-runtime-item-waiting-for-browser = Waiting for browser…
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# Text displayed in sidebar items for remote devices that have been disconnected from the
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# computer.
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about-debugging-sidebar-runtime-item-unplugged = Unplugged
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# Title for runtime sidebar items that are related to a specific device (USB, WiFi).
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about-debugging-sidebar-runtime-item-name =
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.title = { $displayName } ({ $deviceName })
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# Title for runtime sidebar items where we cannot get device information (network
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# locations).
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about-debugging-sidebar-runtime-item-name-no-device =
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.title = { $displayName }
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# Text to show in the footer of the sidebar that links to a help page
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about-debugging-sidebar-support = Debugging Support
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# Text to show as the ALT attribute of a help icon that accompanies the help about
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# debugging link in the footer of the sidebar
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about-debugging-sidebar-support-icon =
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.alt = Help icon
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# Text displayed in a sidebar button to refresh the list of USB devices. Clicking on it
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# will attempt to update the list of devices displayed in the sidebar.
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about-debugging-refresh-usb-devices-button = Refresh devices
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# Setup Page strings
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# Title of the Setup page.
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about-debugging-setup-title = Setup
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# Introduction text in the Setup page to explain how to configure remote debugging.
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about-debugging-setup-intro = Configure the connection method you wish to remotely debug your device with.
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# Explanatory text in the Setup page about what the 'This Firefox' page is for
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about-debugging-setup-this-firefox2 = Use <a>{ about-debugging-this-firefox-runtime-name }</a> to debug extensions and service workers on this version of { -brand-shorter-name }.
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# Title of the heading Connect section of the Setup page.
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about-debugging-setup-connect-heading = Connect a Device
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# USB section of the Setup page
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about-debugging-setup-usb-title = USB
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# Explanatory text displayed in the Setup page when USB debugging is disabled
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about-debugging-setup-usb-disabled = Enabling this will download and add the required Android USB debugging components to { -brand-shorter-name }.
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# Text of the button displayed in the USB section of the setup page when USB debugging is disabled.
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# Clicking on it will download components needed to debug USB Devices remotely.
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about-debugging-setup-usb-enable-button = Enable USB Devices
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# Text of the button displayed in the USB section of the setup page when USB debugging is enabled.
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about-debugging-setup-usb-disable-button = Disable USB Devices
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# Text of the button displayed in the USB section of the setup page while USB debugging
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# components are downloaded and installed.
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about-debugging-setup-usb-updating-button = Updating…
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# USB section of the Setup page (USB status)
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about-debugging-setup-usb-status-enabled = Enabled
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about-debugging-setup-usb-status-disabled = Disabled
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about-debugging-setup-usb-status-updating = Updating…
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# USB section step by step guide
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about-debugging-setup-usb-step-enable-dev-menu2 = Enable Developer menu on your Android device.
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# USB section step by step guide
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about-debugging-setup-usb-step-enable-debug2 = Enable USB Debugging in the Android Developer Menu.
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# USB section step by step guide
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about-debugging-setup-usb-step-enable-debug-firefox2 = Enable USB Debugging in Firefox on the Android device.
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# USB section step by step guide
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about-debugging-setup-usb-step-plug-device = Connect the Android device to your computer.
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# Text shown in the USB section of the setup page with a link to troubleshoot connection errors.
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about-debugging-setup-usb-troubleshoot = Problems connecting to the USB device? <a>Troubleshoot</a>
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# Network section of the Setup page
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about-debugging-setup-network =
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.title = Network Location
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# Text shown in the Network section of the setup page with a link to troubleshoot connection errors.
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about-debugging-setup-network-troubleshoot = Problems connecting via network location? <a>Troubleshoot</a>
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# Text of a button displayed after the network locations "Host" input.
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# Clicking on it will add the new network location to the list.
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about-debugging-network-locations-add-button = Add
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# Text to display when there are no locations to show.
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about-debugging-network-locations-empty-text = No network locations have been added yet.
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# Text of the label for the text input that allows users to add new network locations in
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# the Connect page. A host is a hostname and a port separated by a colon, as suggested by
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# the input's placeholder "localhost:6080".
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about-debugging-network-locations-host-input-label = Host
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# Text of a button displayed next to existing network locations in the Connect page.
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# Clicking on it removes the network location from the list.
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about-debugging-network-locations-remove-button = Remove
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# Text used as error message if the format of the input value was invalid in the network locations form of the Setup page.
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# Variables:
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# $host-value (string) - The input value submitted by the user in the network locations form
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about-debugging-network-location-form-invalid = Invalid host “{ $host-value }”. The expected format is “hostname:portnumber”.
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# Text used as error message if the input value was already registered in the network locations form of the Setup page.
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# Variables:
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# $host-value (string) - The input value submitted by the user in the network locations form
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about-debugging-network-location-form-duplicate = The host “{ $host-value }” is already registered
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# Runtime Page strings
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# Below are the titles for the various categories of debug targets that can be found
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# on "runtime" pages of about:debugging.
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# Title of the temporary extensions category (only available for "This Firefox" runtime).
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about-debugging-runtime-temporary-extensions =
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.name = Temporary Extensions
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# Title of the extensions category.
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about-debugging-runtime-extensions =
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.name = Extensions
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# Title of the tabs category.
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about-debugging-runtime-tabs =
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.name = Tabs
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# Title of the service workers category.
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about-debugging-runtime-service-workers =
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.name = Service Workers
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# Title of the shared workers category.
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about-debugging-runtime-shared-workers =
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.name = Shared Workers
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# Title of the other workers category.
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about-debugging-runtime-other-workers =
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.name = Other Workers
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# Title of the processes category.
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about-debugging-runtime-processes =
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.name = Processes
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# Label of the button opening the performance profiler panel in runtime pages for remote
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# runtimes.
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about-debugging-runtime-profile-button2 = Profile performance
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# This string is displayed in the runtime page if the current configuration of the
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# target runtime is incompatible with service workers. "Learn more" points to MDN.
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about-debugging-runtime-service-workers-not-compatible = Your browser configuration is not compatible with Service Workers. <a>Learn more</a>
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# This string is displayed in the runtime page if the remote browser version is too old.
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# { $runtimeVersion } is the version of the remote browser (for instance "67.0a1")
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# { $minVersion } is the minimum version that is compatible with the current Firefox instance (same format)
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about-debugging-browser-version-too-old = The connected browser has an old version ({ $runtimeVersion }). The minimum supported version is ({ $minVersion }). This is an unsupported setup and may cause DevTools to fail. Please update the connected browser. <a>Troubleshooting</a>
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# Dedicated message for a backward compatibility issue that occurs when connecting:
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# - from Fx 67 to 66 or to 65
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# - from Fx 68 to 66
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# Those are normally in range for DevTools compatibility policy, but specific non
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# backward compatible changes broke the debugger in those scenarios (Bug 1528219).
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# { $runtimeVersion } is the version of the remote browser (for instance "67.0a1")
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about-debugging-browser-version-too-old-67-debugger = The Debugger panel may not work with the connected browser. Please use Firefox { $runtimeVersion } if you need to use the Debugger with this browser.
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# This string is displayed in the runtime page if the remote browser version is too recent.
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# { $runtimeID } is the build ID of the remote browser (for instance "20181231", format is yyyyMMdd)
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# { $localID } is the build ID of the current Firefox instance (same format)
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# { $runtimeVersion } is the version of the remote browser (for instance "67.0a1")
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# { $localVersion } is the version of your current browser (same format)
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about-debugging-browser-version-too-recent = The connected browser is more recent ({ $runtimeVersion }, buildID { $runtimeID }) than your { -brand-shorter-name } ({ $localVersion }, buildID { $localID }). This is an unsupported setup and may cause DevTools to fail. Please update Firefox. <a>Troubleshooting</a>
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# Displayed for runtime info in runtime pages.
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# { $name } is brand name such as "Firefox Nightly"
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# { $version } is version such as "64.0a1"
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about-debugging-runtime-name = { $name } ({ $version })
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# Text of a button displayed in Runtime pages for remote runtimes.
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# Clicking on the button will close the connection to the runtime.
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about-debugging-runtime-disconnect-button = Disconnect
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# Text of the connection prompt button displayed in Runtime pages, when the preference
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# "devtools.debugger.prompt-connection" is false on the target runtime.
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about-debugging-connection-prompt-enable-button = Enable connection prompt
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# Text of the connection prompt button displayed in Runtime pages, when the preference
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# "devtools.debugger.prompt-connection" is true on the target runtime.
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about-debugging-connection-prompt-disable-button = Disable connection prompt
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# Title of a modal dialog displayed on remote runtime pages after clicking on the Profile Runtime button.
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about-debugging-profiler-dialog-title2 = Profiler
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# Clicking on the header of a debug target category will expand or collapse the debug
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# target items in the category. This text is used as ’title’ attribute of the header,
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# to describe this feature.
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about-debugging-collapse-expand-debug-targets = Collapse / expand
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# Debug Targets strings
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# Displayed in the categories of "runtime" pages that don't have any debug target to
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# show. Debug targets depend on the category (extensions, tabs, workers...).
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about-debugging-debug-target-list-empty = Nothing yet.
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# Text of a button displayed next to debug targets of "runtime" pages. Clicking on this
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# button will open a DevTools toolbox that will allow inspecting the target.
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# A target can be an addon, a tab, a worker...
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about-debugging-debug-target-inspect-button = Inspect
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# Text of a button displayed in the "This Firefox" page, in the Temporary Extension
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# section. Clicking on the button will open a file picker to load a temporary extension
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about-debugging-tmp-extension-install-button = Load Temporary Add-on…
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# Text displayed when trying to install a temporary extension in the "This Firefox" page.
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about-debugging-tmp-extension-install-error = There was an error during the temporary add-on installation.
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# Text of a button displayed for a temporary extension loaded in the "This Firefox" page.
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# Clicking on the button will reload the extension.
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about-debugging-tmp-extension-reload-button = Reload
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# Text of a button displayed for a temporary extension loaded in the "This Firefox" page.
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# Clicking on the button will uninstall the extension and remove it from the page.
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about-debugging-tmp-extension-remove-button = Remove
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# Message displayed in the file picker that opens to select a temporary extension to load
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# (triggered by the button using "about-debugging-tmp-extension-install-button")
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# manifest.json .xpi and .zip should not be localized.
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# Note: this message is only displayed in Windows and Linux platforms.
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about-debugging-tmp-extension-install-message = Select manifest.json file or .xpi/.zip archive
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# This string is displayed as a message about the add-on having a temporaryID.
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about-debugging-tmp-extension-temporary-id = This WebExtension has a temporary ID. <a>Learn more</a>
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# Text displayed for extensions in "runtime" pages, before displaying a link the extension's
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# manifest URL.
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about-debugging-extension-manifest-url =
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.label = Manifest URL
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# Text displayed for extensions in "runtime" pages, before displaying the extension's uuid.
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# UUIDs look like b293e463-481e-5148-a487-5aaf7a130429
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about-debugging-extension-uuid =
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.label = Internal UUID
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# Text displayed for extensions (temporary extensions only) in "runtime" pages, before
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# displaying the location of the temporary extension.
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about-debugging-extension-location =
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.label = Location
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# Text displayed for extensions in "runtime" pages, before displaying the extension's ID.
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# For instance "geckoprofiler@mozilla.com" or "{ed26ddcb-5611-4512-a89a-51b8db81cfb2}".
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about-debugging-extension-id =
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.label = Extension ID
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# This string is displayed as a label of the button that pushes a test payload
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# Note this relates to the "Push" API, which is normally not localized so it is
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about-debugging-worker-action-push2 = Push
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.disabledTitle = Service Worker push is currently disabled for multiprocess { -brand-shorter-name }
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# This string is displayed as a label of the button that starts a service worker.
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about-debugging-worker-action-start2 = Start
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.disabledTitle = Service Worker start is currently disabled for multiprocess { -brand-shorter-name }
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# This string is displayed as a label of the button that unregisters a service worker.
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about-debugging-worker-action-unregister = Unregister
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# Displayed for service workers in runtime pages that listen to Fetch events.
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about-debugging-worker-fetch-listening =
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.label = Fetch
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.value = Listening for fetch events
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# Displayed for service workers in runtime pages that do not listen to Fetch events.
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about-debugging-worker-fetch-not-listening =
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.label = Fetch
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.value = Not listening for fetch events
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# Displayed for service workers in runtime pages that are currently running (service
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# worker instance is active).
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about-debugging-worker-status-running = Running
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# Displayed for service workers in runtime pages that are registered but stopped.
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about-debugging-worker-status-stopped = Stopped
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# Displayed for service workers in runtime pages that are registering.
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about-debugging-worker-status-registering = Registering
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# Displayed for service workers in runtime pages, to label the scope of a worker
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about-debugging-worker-scope =
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.label = Scope
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# Displayed for service workers in runtime pages, to label the push service endpoint (url)
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# of a worker
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about-debugging-worker-push-service =
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.label = Push Service
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# Displayed as title of the inspect button when service worker debugging is disabled.
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about-debugging-worker-inspect-action-disabled =
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.title = Service Worker inspection is currently disabled for multiprocess { -brand-shorter-name }
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# Displayed as name for the Main Process debug target in the Processes category. Only for
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about-debugging-main-process-name = Main Process
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# Displayed as description for the Main Process debug target in the Processes category.
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# Only for remote browsers, if `devtools.aboutdebugging.process-debugging` is true.
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about-debugging-main-process-description2 = Main Process for the target browser
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# Alt text used for the close icon of message component (warnings, errors and notifications).
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about-debugging-message-close-icon =
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.alt = Close message
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# Label text used for the error details of message component.
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about-debugging-message-details-label-error = Error details
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# Label text used for the warning details of message component.
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about-debugging-message-details-label-warning = Warning details
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# Label text used for default state of details of message component.
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about-debugging-message-details-label = Details