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# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
# file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE These strings are used inside the Responsive Design Mode,
# available from the Web Developer sub-menu -> 'Responsive Design Mode'.
# The correct localization of this file might be to keep it in
# English, or another language commonly spoken among web developers.
# You want to make that choice consistent across the developer tools.
# A good criteria is the language in which you'd find the best
# documentation on web development on the web.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.editDeviceList2): Context menu item displayed in the
# device selector.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.exit): Tooltip text of the exit button.
responsive.exit=Close Responsive Design Mode
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.rotate): Tooltip text of the rotate button.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.responsiveMode): Placeholder text for the
# device selector.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.enableTouch): Tooltip text for the touch
# simulation button when it's disabled.
responsive.enableTouch=Enable touch simulation
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.disableTouch): Tooltip text for the touch
# simulation button when it's enabled.
responsive.disableTouch=Disable touch simulation
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.screenshot): Tooltip of the screenshot button.
responsive.screenshot=Take a screenshot of the viewport
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.screenshotGeneratedFilename): The auto generated
# The first argument (%1$S) is the date string in yyyy-mm-dd format and the
# second argument (%2$S) is the time string in HH.MM.SS format.
responsive.screenshotGeneratedFilename=Screen Shot %1$S at %2$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.remoteOnly): Message displayed in the tab's
# notification box if a user tries to open Responsive Design Mode in a
# non-remote tab.
responsive.remoteOnly=Responsive Design Mode is only available for remote browser tabs, such as those used for web content in multi-process Firefox.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.changeDevicePixelRatio): Tooltip for the
# device pixel ratio dropdown when is enabled.
responsive.changeDevicePixelRatio=Change device pixel ratio of the viewport
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.devicePixelRatio.auto): Tooltip for the device pixel ratio
# dropdown when it is disabled because a device is selected.
# The argument (%1$S) is the selected device (e.g. iPhone 6) that set
# automatically the device pixel ratio value.
responsive.devicePixelRatio.auto=Device pixel ratio automatically set by %1$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.customDeviceName): Default value in a form to
# add a custom device based on an arbitrary size (no association to an existing
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.customDeviceNameFromBase): Default value in a
# form to add a custom device based on the properties of another. %1$S is the
# name of the device we're staring from, such as "Apple iPhone 6".
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.addDevice2): Button text that reveals a form to
# be used for adding custom devices.
responsive.addDevice2=Add Custom Device…
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.deviceAdderName): Label of form field for the
# name of a new device.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.deviceAdderSize): Label of form field for the
# size of a new device.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.deviceAdderPixelRatio2): Label of form field for
# the device pixel ratio of a new device.
responsive.deviceAdderPixelRatio2=Device Pixel Ratio
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.deviceAdderUserAgent2): Label of form field for
# the user agent of a new device.
responsive.deviceAdderUserAgent2=User Agent String
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.deviceAdderTouch2): Label of form field for the
# touch input support of a new device.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.deviceAdderSave): Button text that submits a
# form to add a new device.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.deviceAdderCancel): Button text that cancels a
# form to add a new device.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.deviceDetails): Tooltip that appears when
# hovering on a device in the device modal. %1$S is the width of the device.
# %2$S is the height of the device. %3$S is the device pixel ratio value of the
# device. %4$S is the user agent of the device. %5$S is a boolean value
# noting whether touch input is supported.
responsive.deviceDetails=Size: %1$S x %2$S\nDPR: %3$S\nUA: %4$S\nTouch: %5$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.devicePixelRatioOption): UI option in a menu to configure
# the device pixel ratio. %1$S is the devicePixelRatio value of the device.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.reloadConditions.touchSimulation): Label on checkbox used
# to select whether to reload when touch simulation is toggled.
responsive.reloadConditions.touchSimulation=Reload when touch simulation is toggled
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.reloadConditions.userAgent): Label on checkbox used
# to select whether to reload when user agent is changed.
responsive.reloadConditions.userAgent=Reload when user agent is changed
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.reloadNotification.description2): Text in notification bar
# shown on first open to clarify that some features need a reload to apply.
responsive.reloadNotification.description2=Device simulation changes require a reload to fully apply. Automatic reloads are disabled by default to avoid losing any changes in DevTools. You can enable reloading via the Settings menu.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.leftAlignViewport): Label on checkbox used in the settings
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.customUserAgent): This is the placeholder for the user
# agent input in the responsive design mode toolbar.
responsive.customUserAgent=Custom User Agent
responsive.showUserAgentInput=Show user agent
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.deviceSettings): The header text for the device settings
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.deviceNameAlreadyInUse): This is the text shown when adding a new
# device with an already existing device name.
responsive.deviceNameAlreadyInUse=Device name already in use
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (responsive.deviceFormUpdate): Button text that updates a custom
# device when the form is submitted.