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firefox/geolocation.lang

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  • Geolocation in Firefox
  • Location-Aware Browsing
  • Firefox can tell websites where you’re located so you can find info that’s more relevant and more useful. It’s about making the Web smarter &ndash; and is done in a way that totally respects your privacy. <a href="%(url)s" id="%(id)s" style="%(style)s">Give it a try!</a>
  • What is Location-Aware Browsing?
  • Websites that use location-aware browsing will ask where you are in order to bring you more relevant information, or to save you time while searching. Let’s say you’re looking for a pizza restaurant in your area. A website will be able to ask you to share your location so that simply searching for “pizza” will bring you the answers you need... no further information or extra typing required.
  • Or, if you’re mapping out directions to get somewhere, the website will know where you’re starting from so all you have to do is tell it where you want to go.
  • This service is totally optional &ndash; Firefox doesn’t share your location without your permission &ndash; and is done with the utmost respect for your privacy. And, like all elements of Firefox, it’s being created using open standards to ease adoption by Web developers.
  • How does it work?
  • When you visit a location-aware website, Firefox will ask you if you want to share your location.
  • If you consent, Firefox gathers information about nearby wireless access points and your computer’s IP address. Then Firefox sends this information to the default geolocation service provider, Google Location Services, to get an estimate of your location. That location estimate is then shared with the requesting website.
  • If you say that you do not consent, Firefox will not do anything.
  • How accurate are the locations?
  • Accuracy varies greatly from location to location. In some places, our service providers may be able to provide a location to within a few meters. However, in other areas it might be much more than that. All locations returned by our service providers are estimates only and we do not guarantee the accuracy of the locations provided. Please do not use this information for emergencies. Always use common sense.
  • What information is being sent, and to whom? How is my privacy protected?
  • Your privacy is extremely important to us, and Firefox never shares your location without your permission. When you visit a page that requests your information, you’ll be asked before any information is shared with the requesting website and our third-party service provider.
  • By default, Firefox uses Google Location Services to determine your location by sending:
  • your computer’s IP address,
  • information about the nearby wireless access points, and
  • a random client identifier, which is assigned by Google, that expires every 2 weeks.
  • The information is exchanged over an encrypted connection to protect your privacy. Once Firefox has your location information, it passes it to the website that requested it. At no time is the name or location of the website you are visiting, or are any cookies, ever shared with Google Location Services.
  • Neither Mozilla or Google will ever use the information collected by Google Location Services to identify or spy on you.
  • For more information about your privacy, you should also read:
  • Google privacy policy
  • Am I being tracked as I browse the web?
  • No. Firefox only requests a location when a website makes a request, and only shares your location when the user has approved the request. Firefox does not track or remember your location as you browse.
  • How do I undo a permission granted to a site?
  • If you've given Firefox permission to always give your location to a site and later change your mind, you can easily revoke that permission. Here's how:
  • Go to the <em>Tools</em> menu, then select <em>Page Info</em>
  • Select the <em>Permissions</em> tab
  • Change the setting for <em>Share Location</em>
  • How do I clear the “random client identification number”?
  • Go to the <em>Tools</em> menu, then select <em>Clear Recent History</em>
  • Click the <em>Details</em> arrow
  • Ensure that <em>Cookies</em> is selected
  • Click on <em>Clear Now</em>
  • How do I turn off Location-Aware Browsing permanently?
  • Location-Aware Browsing is always opt-in in Firefox. No location information is ever sent without your permission. If you wish to disable the feature completely, please follow this set of steps:
  • In the URL bar, type <code>about:config</code>
  • Type <code>geo.enabled</code>
  • Double click on the <em>geo.enabled</em> preference
  • Location-Aware Browsing is now disabled
  • How can I add support for Geolocation to my web site?
  • You can integrate Geolocation support into your service by following the instruction at <a href="%(url)s">Mozilla Developer Center</a>.
  • Where am I?
  • Oops! An error occurred while trying to determine your position.

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firefox/hello.lang

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  • Click the blue button to start a video conversation, then invite a friend to join.
  • Email, copy or share the link
  • Your friends can connect instantly. They don’t even need Firefox to join.
  • Continue browsing from any tab and you will be notified once someone joins.
  • sharing icon

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firefox/ios.lang

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Strings identical to English:

  • Mobile Web browser for your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
  • Firefox for iOS
  • Add Firefox to your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
  • Preview release
  • Get it now
  • Sign up below for updates and to be notified when it launches.
  • * You’ll only receive updates and announcements about the iOS version of Firefox.
  • Thanks for your interest in Firefox for iOS.
  • Don’t forget to check your inbox to confirm your request to get updates.
  • Sign in to your Firefox Account to access your browsing info on all your mobile devices.
  • History
  • Passwords
  • Open tabs
  • Already have an account?
  • Sign in
  • You’re already signed in!
  • Learn more about Sync
  • Send Firefox to your iOS device
  • Sync your Firefox browsing history on iOS
  • First tap the <b>tab</b> button. Then tap the %(gear_icon)s icon to start using Sync.
  • Not now
  • Learn more in the App Store

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firefox/push.lang

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  • Push
  • What is Push?
  • Push is an optional feature that allows websites to send you messages even when you aren’t visiting the site.
  • Sites can use this feature to provide you with notifications or update data in the background.
  • For instance, a webmail site might use Push to provide you with a notification when new messages arrive, or a weather site might use Push to provide storm alerts.
  • You will only receive messages from sites for which you have granted permission.
  • How does it work?
  • Firefox maintains a connection to a push service.
  • Sites that you have granted permission for Push can use the service to send you messages.
  • Firefox delivers this push message to a small piece of JavaScript called a “worker”.
  • The worker then processes the message.
  • It might decide to show a visual notification or store the message for later use.
  • What information do I share with a site?
  • A site can use Push to send you a message at any time, even when you are not actively visiting it.
  • A site that sends you a message can learn your IP address if it chooses to do so; this could reveal your location.
  • What information does Firefox use to provide Push?
  • Firefox maintains a permanent connection to a push service in order to receive push messages.
  • On our server we store a randomized identifier for your browser, along with a randomized identifier for each site you authorize.
  • On Firefox for desktop, the push service is operated by Mozilla.
  • Firefox for Android uses the same <a href="%s">Google Cloud Messaging</a> platform and infrastructure that your other Android applications use.
  • In both cases, the push service cannot decrypt your push messages.
  • Push messages are encrypted, only your copy of Firefox can decipher them.
  • The encrypted messages are stored on the server until they are delivered.
  • How do I revoke Push permissions?
  • To stop a site from sending you push messages:
  • In the URL bar, type <em>about:permissions</em>.
  • Select the site.
  • Set <em>Receive Push Notifications</em> to <strong>Always Ask</strong>.
  • How do I disable Push permanently?
  • Push is always opt-in in Firefox.
  • A site cannot send you push messages without your permission.
  • If you wish to disable the feature completely, please follow these steps:
  • Select <em>All Sites</em>.
  • Set the <em>Receive Push Notifications</em> to <strong>Block</strong>. Websites will not be able to send you messages or ask for access to Push.
  • Will this cost me money?
  • Push uses a small amount of data to operate.
  • If you’re on a small data allowance, or are charged for any data usage, you may wish to monitor your usage.
  • How do I add Push to my web site?
  • The <a href="%s">Push API specification</a> explains how to create a Service Worker and send push messages.

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firefox/tiles.lang

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  • More choices for your New Tab
  • The New Tab page offers convenience and more control of your browsing experience.
  • Turn on Suggested Sites for a personalized experience of frequently used sites and relevant recommendations every time you open a New Tab.
  • Personalize your New Tab experience
  • You are in complete control of your New Tab page.
  • Customize your experience by rearranging, pinning or removing sites, and set up New Tab just the way you want it.
  • Drag a site to exactly where you want it.
  • Once you’ve found the perfect spot for your site, pin it to make it stay.
  • Make a site disappear by deleting it from your New Tab page.
  • Learn more about customizing New Tab Page
  • Discover new sites and content on the Web
  • If enabled, Firefox displays website links as thumbnails (miniaturized images) or logos on your New Tab page. These are called Tiles.
  • Tiles save you time by giving you quick access to your frequently visited sites, as well as showing new sites and content that are similar to sites you already love. Here are the types of Tiles you may see:
  • Top sites
  • New Tab will show the “top sites” you visited most recently and frequently, so you can access them quickly.
  • Suggested sites
  • See sites and content suggested to you based on categories that Firefox matches to your browsing history.
  • They will be clearly labeled in your New Tab as “Suggested,” or when the suggestion is from a commercial partner, they will be labeled as “Sponsored,” and will indicate the identified interest category.
  • If you’re getting started
  • If you’re using Firefox for the first time, the New Tab page is already populated with useful and interesting sites and content.
  • This includes both referrals to sponsored sites from commercial partners, labeled as “Sponsored,” and content we consider important to our mission of advancing the public benefit of the Internet.
  • Personalization with your privacy in mind
  • Mozilla promotes a transparent exchange between users and content providers to make the Web enjoyable and sustainable.
  • If suggestions are enabled, Firefox will make suggestions to you based on categories matched to your browsing history and will let you know every time why you are seeing specific suggestions.
  • In delivering Suggested sites, Firefox does not share your personal data, nor place cookies on your computer.
  • Content providers will only receive aggregated information about interactions users have with their tiles.
  • You remain in control of your browsing history, and you can disable recommendations whenever you choose.
  • Screenshot of the Firefox New Tab page
  • Screenshot of New Tab preferences

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mozorg/home/index.lang

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  • Try the Thimble code editor

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newsletter.lang

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  • A monthly newsletter and special announcements giving you tips to improve your experience with Firefox on your desktop and Android device.
  • Firefox OS News
  • A monthly newsletter and special announcements on how to get the most from your Firefox OS device, including the latest features and coolest Firefox Marketplace apps.
  • Mozilla Communities
  • Bringing you the best new opportunities to help support the open Web.
  • Firefox Student Ambassadors
  • Firefox Apps & Hacks
  • Mozillians
  • Don’t miss the latest announcements about our desktop browser.
  • Keep up with releases and news about Firefox for Android.
  • Be the first to know when Firefox OS devices are available in your country.
  • Special announcements and messages from the team dedicated to keeping the Web free and open.
  • Know when the coolest apps hit the Marketplace for your platform:
  • Firefox OS smartphone owner?
  • Don’t miss important news and updates about your Firefox OS device.
  • Manage your Email Preferences
  • We love sharing updates about all the awesome things happening at Mozilla.
  • Set your preferences below to make sure you always receive the news you want.
  • Newsletters
  • Getting too much email from us?
  • Not interested in our newsletters, but like those special announcements? No problem.
  • We can keep in touch with occasional messages that matter most to you.
  • Check all categories that apply to you, and we promise to keep the mail to a minimum.
  • I’m interested in:
  • Be the first to know when Firefox is available for iOS devices.

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privacy/principles.lang

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  • Data Privacy Principles
  • Mozilla is an open source project with a mission to improve your Internet experience. This is a driving force behind our privacy practices.
  • Back to Mozilla Privacy Policy
  • The following five principles stem from the <a href="%(link)s">Mozilla Manifesto</a> and inform how we:
  • develop our products and services
  • manage user data we collect
  • select and interact with partners
  • shape our public policy and advocacy work
  • No surprises
  • Use and share information in a way that is transparent and benefits the user.
  • User control
  • Develop products and advocate for best practices that put users in control of their data and online experiences.
  • Limited data
  • Collect what we need, de-identify where we can and delete when no longer necessary.
  • Sensible settings
  • Design for a thoughtful balance of safety and user experience.
  • Defense in depth
  • Maintain multi-layered security controls and practices, many of which are publicly verifiable.

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thunderbird/features.lang

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Strings identical to English:

  • Thunderbird Features
  • It’s all yours. It’s now easier to upgrade to Thunderbird.
  • Easier to Get Started
  • Tabs and Search
  • Customize Your Email Experience
  • Secure and Protect Your Email
  • Mail Account Setup Wizard
  • Prior to this feature you had to know your IMAP, SMTP, and SSL/TLS settings. Now all you need to provide is your name, email address, and password and the email account set up wizardry will check our database and find the email settings for you.
  • One-click Address Book
  • One-click Address Book is a quick and easy way to add people to your address book. Add people by simply clicking on the star icon in the message you receive. Two clicks and you can add more details like a photo, birthday, and other contact information.
  • Attachment Reminder
  • The attachment reminder looks for the word attachment (and other words like file types) in the body of your message and reminds you to add an attachment before hitting send.
  • Tabs
  • If you like Firefox’s tabbed browsing, you’re going to love tabbed email. Tabbed email lets you load emails in separate tabs so you can quickly jump between them. Perhaps you’re responding to an email and need to refer back to an earlier email. Tabbed email lets you keep multiple emails open for easy reference.
  • Double-clicking or hitting enter on a mail message will now open that message in a new tab window. Right-clicking on messages or folders will open them in a tab in the background.
  • When quitting Thunderbird, visible tabs will be saved and will be restored when you open Thunderbird the next time. There is also a Tab menu on the Tab toolbar to help you switch between Tabs.
  • Quick Filter Toolbar
  • The Quick Filter Toolbar lets you filter your email faster. Start typing in words in the Quick Filter search box and the results are displayed instantly. Or you can filter your email by New Messages, Tags, and people in your Address Book. You can also "Pin" or save a Filter and use it across multiple folders.
  • Search
  • The search interface in Thunderbird contains filtering and timeline tools to pinpoint the exact email you’re looking for. Thunderbird also indexes all of your emails to help you search even faster. Your search results are displayed in a tab so you can easily switch back and forth to your search results and other email.
  • Message Archive
  • If you think you’re going to need an email in the future but want it out of your inbox without deleting it, archive it! Archiving helps you manage your inbox and put your email into the archive folder system.
  • Selecting the Archive button or hitting the ‘A’ key will archive your email.
  • Activity Manager
  • The Activity Manager records all the interactions between Thunderbird and your email provider in one place. There’s no more guess work. You only have to look in one place to see everything that’s happening with your email.
  • Thunderbird Look & Feel
  • With Personas, lightweight "skins" allow you to change the look and feel of Thunderbird in an instant. Hundreds of skins are available from the latest movies, famous landmarks, and Japanese tattoos. You can also choose from several Themes that dress up all the different icons in Thunderbird.
  • Smart Folders
  • Smart Folders help you manage multiple email accounts by combining special folders like your Inbox, Sent, or Archive folder. Instead of going to the Inbox for each of your mail accounts, you can see all of your incoming email in one Inbox folder.
  • Add-ons Manager
  • Find and install add-ons directly in Thunderbird. You no longer need to visit the add-ons Web site - instead simply fire up the Add-ons Manager. Not sure which add-on is right for you? Ratings, recommendations, descriptions and pictures of the add-ons in action help you make your selection.
  • Robust Privacy
  • Thunderbird offers support for user privacy and remote image protection. To ensure a user’s privacy, Thunderbird automatically blocks remote images in email messages.
  • Phishing Protection
  • Thunderbird protects you from email scams which try to trick users into handing over personal and confidential information by indicating when a message is a potential phishing attempt. As a second line of defense, Thunderbird warns you when you click on a link which appears to be taking you to a different Web site than the one indicated by the URL in the message.
  • Automated Update
  • Thunderbird’s update system checks to see if you’re running the latest version, and notifies you when a security update is available. These security updates are small (usually 200KB - 700KB), giving you only what you need and making the security update quick to download and install. The automated update system provides updates for Thunderbird on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux in over 40 different languages.
  • Cutting Out the Junk
  • Thunderbird’s popular junk mail tools have been updated to stay ahead of spam. Each email you receive passes through Thunderbird’s leading-edge junk mail filters. Each time you mark messages as spam, Thunderbird "learns" and improves its filtering so you can spend more time reading the mail that matters. Thunderbird can also use your mail provider’s spam filters to keep junk mail out of your inbox.
  • Open Source
  • At the heart of Thunderbird is an open source development process driven by thousands of passionate, experienced developers and security experts spread all over the world. Our openness and active community of experts helps to ensure our products are more secure and quickly updated, while also enabling us to take advantage of the best third party security scanning and evaluation tools to further bolster overall security.

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