Posted 06 August 2008 - 12:13 AM
Thanks for having my opinion in consideration. It's always funny to contribute!
I'd like to comment another three points:
First one, which maybe is more related to programming instead of translation or localization: when the column "Expires" shows a date, it's formatted in English format instead of in local format. For example, I see "Wed, 01 Jan 2020 00:00:00 GMT" where I think I should see "MiÃ©, 01 Ene 2020 00:00:00 GMT" (in Spanish: Wednesday --> MiÃ©rcoles; January --> Enero). Furthermore, when I create a new cookie and I establish the expiration date, it doesn't recognize the local format. I mean, in Spanish, dates are almost always formatted as dd/mm/yyyy, but if I set the expiration date to 13/08/2008 (what I thought it should be August 13th), it sets the cookie expiration to "Wed 07 Jan 2009 23:00:00 GMT". If this can't be fixed, at least it could warn me saying that I'm entering an invalid month (13).
Second one: when creating a new cookie, the default value is "value", untranslated. If I ain't wrong, that word is translated in another 4 places, but this one seems to have been forgotten.
Third one: can't the overall text for the extension "Cookie manager for Firebug. Firebug has to be installed in order to use this extension" be translated? This is the first contact between the user and the extension, and a foreign language could be a reason to not install it for users who haven't got a good English level.