When the first language is set to zh-hk, Firefox Screenshots displays Simplified Chinese. It should display Traditional Chinese, just like zh-tw.
@zbraniecki, do you know how
browser.i18n does language negotiation?
zh-HK now goes through likelySubtags to
And each of those questions with “starting with Firefox XXX?”
It should work correctly:
Services.locale.negotiateLanguages(["zh-HK"], ["zh-CN", "zh-TW"]); Array [ "zh-TW", "zh-CN" ]
What are the steps to reproduce the issue? Maybe we have some place in our code where we don’t use the LangNeg API?
The steps to reproduce the issue:
1)Set zh-hk as the first language in Firefox language list (in about:preferences#general)
2)Visit Firefox Screenshots. The page is in Simplified Chinese.
What you are selecting n about:preferences are locales Firefox broadcasts to web pages. That’s not the same as locales used for its own UI (including extensions).
To change that, you’ll need an zh-HK Firefox - https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/?q=Chinese%20(Traditional),%20正體中文%20(繁體)
No. When zh-tw is selected, Firefox Screenshots is in Traditional Chinese.
Firefox Screenshots (https://screenshots.firefox.com/) is a web page, so it is affected by this setting.
And I am already using Traditional Chinese Firefox.
Gotcha. Screenshots is both - a website and an extension. I thought you’re talking about extension.
This should work well then. We have zh-TW localization and we use correct lanuage negotiation. Can you file an issue at https://github.com/mozilla-services/screenshots ?