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# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# 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/.
3=Looking up %1$S…
4=Connected to %1$S…
5=Sending request to %1$S…
6=Transferring data from %1$S…
7=Connecting to %1$S…
8=Read %1$S
9=Wrote %1$S
10=Waiting for %1$S…
11=Looked up %1$S…
12=Performing a TLS handshake to %1$S…
13=The TLS handshake finished for %1$S…
RepostFormData=This web page is being redirected to a new location. Would you like to resend the form data you have typed to the new location?
# Directory listing strings
DirTitle=Index of %1$S
DirGoUp=Up to higher level directory
ShowHidden=Show hidden objects
DirColName=Name
DirColSize=Size
DirColMTime=Last Modified
DirFileLabel=File:
SuperfluousAuth=You are about to log in to the site “%1$S” with the username “%2$S”, but the website does not require authentication. This may be an attempt to trick you.\n\nIs “%1$S” the site you want to visit?
AutomaticAuth=You are about to log in to the site “%1$S” with the username “%2$S”.
TrackerUriBlocked=The resource at “%1$S” was blocked because content blocking is enabled.
UnsafeUriBlocked=The resource at “%1$S” was blocked by Safe Browsing.
CookieBlockedByPermission=Request to access cookies or storage on “%1$S” was blocked because of custom cookie permission.
CookieBlockedTracker=Request to access cookie or storage on “%1$S” was blocked because it came from a tracker and content blocking is enabled.
CookieBlockedAll=Request to access cookie or storage on “%1$S” was blocked because we are blocking all storage access requests.
CookieBlockedForeign=Request to access cookie or storage on “%1$S” was blocked because we are blocking all third-party storage access requests and content blocking is enabled.
# As part of dynamic state partitioning, third-party resources might be limited to "partitioned" storage access that is separate from the first-party context.
# This allows e.g. cookies to still be set, and prevents tracking without totally blocking storage access. This message is shown in the web console when this happens
# to inform developers that their storage is isolated.
CookiePartitionedForeign2=Partitioned cookie or storage access was provided to “%1$S” because it is loaded in the third-party context and dynamic state partitioning is enabled.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (CookieAllowedForOriginByStorageAccessAPI): %2$S and %1$S are URLs.
CookieAllowedForOriginByStorageAccessAPI=Storage access granted for origin “%2$S” on “%1$S”.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (CookieAllowedForOriginByHeuristic): %2$S and %1$S are URLs.
CookieAllowedForOriginByHeuristic=Storage access automatically granted for origin “%2$S” on “%1$S”.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (CookieAllowedForFpiByHeuristic): %2$S and %1$S are URLs.
CookieAllowedForFpiByHeuristic=Storage access automatically granted for First-Party isolation “%2$S” on “%1$S”.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE(CookieRejectedNonRequiresSecure2): %1$S is the cookie name. Do not localize "SameSite=None" and "secure".
CookieRejectedNonRequiresSecure2=Cookie “%1$S” rejected because it has the “SameSite=None” attribute but is missing the “secure” attribute.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE(CookieRejectedNonRequiresSecureForBeta2): %1$S is the cookie name. %2$S is a URL. Do not localize "SameSite", "SameSite=None" and "secure".
CookieRejectedNonRequiresSecureForBeta2=Cookie “%1$S” will be soon rejected because it has the “SameSite” attribute set to “None” or an invalid value, without the “secure” attribute. To know more about the “SameSite“ attribute, read %2$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE(CookieLaxForced2): %1$S is the cookie name. Do not localize "SameSite", "Lax" and "SameSite=Lax".
CookieLaxForced2=Cookie “%1$S” has “SameSite” policy set to “Lax” because it is missing a “SameSite” attribute, and “SameSite=Lax” is the default value for this attribute.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE(CookieLaxForcedForBeta2): %1$S is the cookie name. %2$S is a URL. Do not localize "SameSite", "Lax" and "SameSite=Lax", "SameSite=None".
CookieLaxForcedForBeta2=Cookie “%1$S” does not have a proper “SameSite” attribute value. Soon, cookies without the “SameSite” attribute or with an invalid value will be treated as “Lax”. This means that the cookie will no longer be sent in third-party contexts. If your application depends on this cookie being available in such contexts, please add the “SameSite=None“ attribute to it. To know more about the “SameSite“ attribute, read %2$S
# LOCALIZATION NOTE(CookieSameSiteValueInvalid2): %1$S is cookie name. Do not localize "SameSite", "Lax", "Strict" and "None"
CookieSameSiteValueInvalid2=Invalid “SameSite“ value for cookie “%1$S”. The supported values are: “Lax“, “Strict“, “None“.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (CookieOversize): %1$S is the cookie name. %2$S is the number of bytes. "B" means bytes.
CookieOversize=Cookie “%1$S” is invalid because its size is too big. Max size is %2$S B.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (CookiePathOversize): %1$S is the cookie name. %2$S is the number of bytes. "B" means bytes.
CookiePathOversize=Cookie “%1$S” is invalid because its path size is too big. Max size is %2$S B.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (CookieSchemefulRejectForBeta): %1$S is the cookie name. %2$S is the hostname.
CookieSchemefulRejectForBeta=Cookie “%1$S” will be soon treated as cross-site cookie against “%2$S” because the scheme does not match.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (CookieSchemefulReject): %1$S is the cookie name. %2$S is the hostname.
CookieSchemefulReject=Cookie “%1$S” has been treated as cross-site against “%2$S” because the scheme does not match.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (CookieRejectedByPermissionManager): %1$S is the cookie response header.
CookieRejectedByPermissionManager=Cookie “%1$S” has been rejected by user set permissions.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (CookieRejectedInvalidCharName): %1$S is the cookie name.
CookieRejectedInvalidCharName=Cookie “%1$S” has been rejected for invalid characters in the name.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (CookieRejectedInvalidDomain): %1$S is the cookie name.
CookieRejectedInvalidDomain=Cookie “%1$S” has been rejected for invalid domain.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (CookieRejectedInvalidPrefix): %1$S is the cookie name.
CookieRejectedInvalidPrefix=Cookie “%1$S” has been rejected for invalid prefix.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (CookieRejectedInvalidCharValue): %1$S is the cookie name.
CookieRejectedInvalidCharValue=Cookie “%1$S” has been rejected for invalid characters in the value.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (CookieRejectedHttpOnlyButFromScript): %1$S is the cookie name.
CookieRejectedHttpOnlyButFromScript=Cookie “%1$S” has been rejected because there is already an HTTP-Only cookie but script tried to store a new one.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (CookieRejectedSecureButHttp): %1$S is the cookie name.
CookieRejectedSecureButNonHttps=Cookie “%1$S” has been rejected because a non-HTTPS cookie can’t be set as “secure”.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (CookieRejectedThirdParty): %1$S is the cookie response header.
CookieRejectedThirdParty=Cookie “%1$S” has been rejected as third-party.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (CookieRejectedNonsecureOverSecure): %1$S is the cookie name.
CookieRejectedNonsecureOverSecure=Cookie “%1$S” has been rejected because there is an existing “secure” cookie.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (CookieRejectedExpired): %1$S is the cookie name.
CookieRejectedExpired=Cookie “%1$S” has been rejected because it is already expired.
# LOCALIZATION NOTE (CookieRejectedForNonSameSiteness): %1$S is the cookie name.
CookieRejectedForNonSameSiteness=Cookie “%1$S” has been rejected because it is in a cross-site context and its “SameSite” is “Lax” or “Strict”.