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download.lang download_button.lang firefox/australis/firefox_tour.lang firefox/desktop/customize.lang firefox/desktop/fast.lang firefox/desktop/index.lang firefox/desktop/trust.lang firefox/geolocation.lang firefox/installer-help.lang firefox/new.lang firefox/sync.lang firefoxflicks.lang firefoxlive.lang firefoxtesting.lang foundationsection.lang mobile.lang mozorg/about.lang mozorg/products.lang newsletter.lang snippets.lang tabzilla/tabzilla.lang upgradedialog.lang

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firefox/channel.lang

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  • Firefox Beta automatically sends feedback to Mozilla. <a href="%(link)s">Learn more</a>.
  • <a href="%(feedback)s">Give us feedback</a> to help us put the final tweaks on performance and functionality in a stable environment.
  • Test performance in an experimental environment, file bugs and <a href="%(feedback)s">help us determine what makes it to Beta</a>.

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firefox/desktop/tips.lang

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  • Use Sync to magically access your open tabs, passwords and more wherever you use Firefox.
  • Learn more about bookmarks
  • Learn more about customizing
  • Learn more about Sync
  • Learn more about add-ons

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firefox/nightly_firstrun.lang

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  • Firefox Nightly First Run Page
  • Thank you for using Firefox Nightly
  • Choose an area to get involved below and help make Firefox better for users everywhere
  • Test
  • Find and file bugs and generally make sure things work as they should.
  • Start testing
  • https://oneanddone.mozilla.org
  • Code
  • File bugs and work on the building blocks of the Firefox browser.
  • Start coding
  • https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Introduction
  • Localize
  • Make Firefox available (and better) in more languages around the world.
  • Start localizing
  • https://wiki.mozilla.org/L10n:Contribute
  • Show everyone that you’re helping to build the Web the world needs.
  • Get your Nightly User badge

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main.lang

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  • Previous

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mozorg/about/history-details.lang

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  • History of the Mozilla Project
  • The Mozilla project was <a href="%(coderush)s">created in 1998</a> with the <a href="%(sourcerelease)s">release of the Netscape browser suite source code</a>.
  • It was intended to harness the creative power of thousands of programmers on the Internet and fuel unprecedented levels of innovation in the browser market.
  • Within the <a href="%(firstyear)s">first year</a>, new community members from around the world had already contributed new functionality, enhanced existing features and became engaged in the management and planning of the project itself.
  • By creating an open community, the Mozilla project had become <a href="%(stevecase)s">larger than any one company</a>.
  • Community members got involved and expanded the scope of the project’s <a href="%(mission)s">original mission</a> — instead of just working on Netscape’s next browser, people started creating <a href="%(browsers)s">a variety of browsers</a>, <a href="%(bugzilla)s">development tools</a> and a range of other <a href="%(projects)s">projects</a>.
  • People contributed to Mozilla in different ways, but everyone was passionate about creating free software that would enable people to have a choice in how they experienced the Internet.
  • After several years of development, <a href="%(mozilla1)s">Mozilla 1.0</a>, the first major version, was released in 2002. This version featured many improvements to the browser, email client and other applications included in the suite, but not many people were using it.
  • By 2002, <a href="%(over90)s">well over 90%% of Internet users</a> were browsing with Internet Explorer.
  • Not many people noticed at the time, but the first version of Phoenix (later renamed to Firefox) was also released by Mozilla community members that year with the goal of providing the <a href="%(charter)s">best possible browsing experience</a> to the widest possible set of people.
  • In 2003, the Mozilla project created the Mozilla Foundation, an <a href="%(foundation)s">independent non-profit organization</a> supported by individual donors and a variety of companies.
  • The new Mozilla Foundation continued the role of managing the daily operations of the project and also officially took on the role of promoting <a href="%(manifesto)s">openness, innovation and opportunity</a> on the Internet.
  • It did this by continuing to release software, such as Firefox and Thunderbird, and expanding to new areas, such as providing <a href="%(grants)s">grants</a> to support accessibility improvements on the Web.
  • <a href="%(firefox1)s">Firefox 1.0</a> was released in 2004 and became a big success — in less than a year, it was downloaded <a href="%(millions)s">over 100 million times</a>.
  • New versions of Firefox have come out regularly since then and keep setting new records. The popularity of Firefox has helped bring choice back to users.
  • The renewed competition has <a href="%(innovation)s">accelerated innovation</a> and improved the Internet for everyone.
  • In 2013, we launched <a href="%(firefoxos)s">Firefox OS</a> to unleash the full power of the Web on smartphones and once again offer control and choice to a new generation of people coming online.
  • Mozilla also celebrated its 15th anniversary in 2013.
  • The community has shown that commercial companies can benefit by collaborating in open source projects and that great end user products can be produced as open source software.
  • More people than ever before are using the Internet and are experiencing it <a href="%(all)s">in their own language</a>.
  • A sustainable organization has been created that uses market mechanisms to support a public benefit mission and this model has been reused by others to create open, transparent and collaborative organizations in a <a href="%(range)s">broad range</a> <a href="%(areas)s">of areas</a>.
  • The future is full of challenges and opportunities equal to those of our past.
  • There’s no guarantee that the Internet will remain open or enjoyable or safe.
  • Mozilla will continue to provide an opportunity for people to make their voices heard and to shape their own online lives.
  • Of course, we’re not alone in doing this.
  • The Mozilla community, together with other open source projects and other public benefit organizations, exists only because of the people who are engaged in making our common goals a reality.
  • If you want to join us in our mission, please <a href="%(contribute)s">get involved</a>.
  • For more information about Mozilla’s history, see the following:
  • Mozilla Bookmarks
  • Timeline of Mozilla Project
  • Mozilla Digital Memory Bank
  • <a href="%(link)s">The History of Firefox and Mozilla Posters</a> (available in English and Japanese)

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mozorg/about/history.lang

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  • Looking back. Looking ahead.
  • Mozilla exists to promote openness, innovation and opportunity on the Internet.
  • Take a closer look at who we are, including some of our biggest achievements and milestones.
  • Previous
  • Next
  • The Mozilla Project launched at Netscape on March 31, 1998, to offer choice to users and drive innovation on the Web.
  • Proudly non-profit, Mozilla makes products like Firefox with a mission to keep the power of the Web in the hands of users everywhere.
  • More than 10,000 contributors expressed their support for our mission by paying for a full-page ad in <cite>The New York Times</cite> on the day Firefox 1.0 launched in 2004.
  • Today Mozilla has contributors on every continent, including Antarctica (where Firefox is used by 80% of people).
  • Firefox Add-Ons allow you to customize and take control of your Web experience. Over 3 billion of them have been downloaded by users so far.
  • Mozilla is leading the way in online privacy with browser innovations like Do Not Track and Lightbeam that give users greater control of their personal data.
  • Our global community has helped translate Firefox into over 70 languages, making the browser available to more than 90% of the world's population.
  • In 2008, 8,002,530 people chose Firefox in a single day to set a Guinness World Record for “Most Downloads of a Software Application in 24 Hours.”
  • The Mozilla Festival is our largest annual event, bringing together hundreds of creative minds to realize the full power and potential of the Web.
  • Mozilla Webmaker works to create a more Web-literate planet, providing tools and projects to help people take greater control of their online lives.
  • Mozilla leads the Open Badges program, an online standard that helps people gain recognition for 21st century skills and unlock new career opportunities.
  • The Mozilla Developer Network is a community-driven Web resource that provides the best documentation, tutorials and tools available to more than 2 million visitors each month.
  • Mozilla works to care for and preserve the Web as a shared public resource for the benefit of everyone.
  • In 2013, Mozilla launched Firefox OS to unleash the full power of the Web on smartphones and once again offer control and choice to a new generation of people coming online.
  • In 2013, Mozilla is launching Firefox OS to unleash the full power of the Web on smartphones and once again offer control and choice to a new generation of people coming online.
  • The work Mozilla does is made possible thanks to tens of thousands of volunteers who believe the Web should remain open and accessible to all.
  • The work Mozilla does is made possible thanks to tens of thousands of individual donors and volunteers — people like you who believe the Web should remain open and accessible to all.
  • About Mozilla
  • A look at our projects, products and principles
  • More history
  • Where we came from and how we got to where we are
  • Governance
  • Our organization, structure and broader community

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mozorg/about/manifesto.lang

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  • These are the principles that guide our mission to promote openness, innovation & opportunity on the Web.
  • Share this
  • <strong>Our 10</strong> Principles
  • Previous principle
  • Next principle
  • See more…
  • Learn more
  • 01
  • Use Open Badges to share your skills and interests
  • Explore how the Web impacts science
  • Learn about open source code in journalism
  • Making to learn in the digital world
  • Open Badges
  • 02
  • Read about open Internet policy initiatives and developments
  • Explore how to help keep the Web open
  • Mozilla story
  • You don’t have to make a case for open. You have to make a case for not open.
  • <span>Johnathan Nightingale,</span> <span>VP Firefox</span>
  • 03
  • See how the Web can connect the world to healthcare
  • Explore how the Web works
  • Medic Mobile
  • 04
  • See how Mozilla works to put your privacy first
  • Read about developments in privacy and data safety
  • Learn more about how to protect yourself online
  • The Web We Want: An Open Letter
  • 05
  • Individuals must have the ability to shape the Internet and their own experiences on it.
  • Use these free tools to teach the Web
  • Learn about creating and curating content for the Web
  • Teaching the Web
  • Meet the Webmakers
  • 06
  • Add new voices to open source technology
  • Set your Do Not Track preference
  • Understand the Web ecosystem
  • Who is Mozilla?
  • 07
  • Explore how open practices keep the Web accessible
  • Learn how to remix content to create something new
  • Learn how to maximize the interactive potential of the Web
  • Contributing to Open Source Software
  • 08
  • Participate in our governance forum
  • Join us as a <a href="%(volunteer)s">volunteer</a> or <a href="%(ambassador)s">student ambassador</a>
  • Learn how to collaborate online
  • I am a Mozillian
  • 09
  • Visualize who you interact with on the Web with Lightbeam
  • See how Firefox phones seek to balance the mobile ecosystem
  • Learn about creating Web resources with others
  • Lightbeam for Firefox
  • 10
  • Host or join a Maker Party
  • Learn how to build online collaboration skills
  • What is MozFest?
  • Read the entire manifesto
  • Tell your friends
  • I support Mozilla because… #mozmanifesto
  • Tweet this
  • Learn more about…
  • Donating to Mozilla
  • Our history
  • Our mission

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mozorg/home.lang

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  • <i>Try the best</i> Firefox yet
  • Try the best Firefox yet
  • Learn more about the free desktop browser that’s committed to you, your privacy and an open Web.
  • See what’s new
  • <i>Join</i> our <br>Maker Party
  • Join our global <br>Maker Party
  • From July to September, help us teach, learn and make the Web at hands-on community events.
  • Learn about events near you

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mozorg/mission.lang

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  • Read the <a href="%(url)s">Mozilla Manifesto</a> to learn even more about the values and principles that guide the pursuit of our mission.
  • Watch the video above to learn more about who we are, where we came from and how we’re making the Web better for you.
  • At Mozilla, we’re a global community of technologists, thinkers and builders working together to keep the Internet alive and accessible, so people worldwide can be informed contributors and creators of the Web.
  • Topics include support, products, and technologies
  • Volunteer opportunities in a number of different areas
  • We believe this act of human collaboration across an open platform is essential to individual growth and our collective future.
  • We’re building a better Internet
  • Our structure, organization, and the broader Mozilla community
  • Where we come from and how we got to where we are
  • Get involved
  • Forums
  • Our mission is to promote openness, innovation & opportunity on the Web.
  • History
  • Governance

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mozorg/plugincheck.lang

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  • Caution: disabling a plugin means that you will no longer be able to do certain things. For example, if you disable Flash, you will not be able to watch videos on some streaming video websites.

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about:healthreport

Repository: https://svn.mozilla.org/projects/l10n-misc/trunk/firefoxhealthreport/locale/gl/

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fhr.lang

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  • always activate
  • ask to activate
  • never activate
  • Firefox Health Report lets you optimize your Firefox and helps us build a more excellent browser. Reports will be pretty basic at first, but will continue to evolve and grow.
  • Learn More&hellip;
  • Tip
  • Looks like your Firefox is brand new! Check back after using Firefox for a while.
  • Important Metrics
  • Firefox Health Report records information about your browser and device. You can <a href="#raw" class="navigate">see the information we record.</a> You can also see what you share with Mozilla.
  • Device hardware, operating system, Firefox version.
  • Extensions, plugins, and number of installed add-ons.
  • Key performance measures, such as launch speed.
  • Browsing duration, install time, number of bookmarks and pages.
  • Home
  • CPU Count:
  • The number of CPU cores reported by Android.
  • Memory in MB:
  • The amount of memory reported by Android. Typically excludes graphics memory.
  • Application Name:
  • The internal application name for the browser.
  • Application ID:
  • The internal identifier for the application.
  • Application Version:
  • The current version of the browser
  • Application Build ID:
  • The internal build timestamp.
  • Update Channel:
  • Firefox is distributed through channels: Nightly builds, the Aurora pre-release channel, a stable Beta, and the public release. This field identifies the channel.
  • Vendor:
  • The organization that built this application. Typically Mozilla.
  • Platform Version:
  • An internal version identifier. Typically the same as appVersion.
  • Platform Build ID:
  • On Android this is an alternative name for appBuildID.
  • xpcomabi:
  • The CPU architecture for which this application was built.
  • OS:
  • The current operating system.
  • Architecture:
  • The CPU architecture for this device.
  • System Name:
  • The current system name.
  • System Version:
  • The Android OS revision.
  • Whether Firefox fetches add-on blocklist results to protect you against malicious add-ons. Defaults to on.
  • Telemetry Enabled:
  • Whether Firefox reports detailed usage data to help with development. Defaults to off for most channels.
  • Extension Count:
  • How many extension add-ons are installed.
  • Plugin Count:
  • How many plugin add-ons are installed.
  • Theme Count:
  • How many theme add-ons are installed.
  • Addons:
  • A collection describing the installed add-ons. Not all add-ons are reported: only plugins, extensions, and services.
  • Search Counts:
  • A count of how many searches you issued to each of Mozilla's partner providers.
  • Sessions and Startup Times
  • For each browsing session, Firefox Health Report records approximately how long you browsed (in seconds), and whether the session ended normally or because of a crash. Also includes startup times (in milliseconds) if available.
  • Profile Creation:
  • The day on which your browser profile was created. Counted in days since January 1st 1970.
  • Learn More
  • Firefox Health Report (FHR) analyses your browser's performance information, in order to provide you with useful tips that help you get the best from Firefox. For more information on Firefox Health Report, <a href="https://support.mozilla.org/kb/firefox-health-report-understand-your-android-brow" target="_blank" class="external"><span aria-hidden="true" class="external_icon"></span>visit the Mozilla Support section.</a>
  • For more information about how we handle your data, <a href="https://www.mozilla.org/legal/privacy/firefox.html#health-report" target="_blank" class="external"><span aria-hidden="true" class="external_icon"></span>see our privacy policy.</a>
  • You are currently sharing your health report with Mozilla.
  • Choose what I share
  • You are currently not sharing your health report with Mozilla.

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