Comments in Fluent start with #, ##, or ###, and can be used to document messages and to define the outline of the file.

Single-hash comments (#) can be standalone or can be bound to messages. If a comment is located right above a message it is considered part of the message and localization tools will present the message and the comment together. Otherwise the comment is standalone (which is useful for commenting parts of the file out).

Double-hash comments (##) are always standalone. They can be used to divide files into smaller groups of messages related to each other; they are group-level comments. Think of them as of headers with a description. Group-level comments are intended as a hint for localizers and tools about the layout of the localization resource. The grouping ends with the next group comment or at the end of the file.

Triple-hash comments (###) are also always standalone and apply to the entire file; they are file-level comments. They can be used to provide information about the purpose or the context of the entire file.

# 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/.

### Localization for Server-side strings of Firefox Screenshots

## Global phrases shared across pages

my-shots = My Shots
# Note: { $title } is a placeholder for the title of the web page # captured in the screenshot. The default, for pages without titles, is # creating-page-title-default. creating-page-title = Creating {$title }