2003-08-18 Builds

  • Fixed: 216219 - unchecking "remember password" doesn't prevent "remember this password?" dialog (again)
  • Fixed: 216474 - Browser Crashes in Password Manager
  • New regression: 216593 - delete profile in profile manager displays an xml error
  • New regression: 216608 - print preview displays xml error
  • New regression: 216587 - password manager is completely broken
  • New regression: 216590 - no basic auth login dialog, login denied (also happens for PAC auth?)
  • Continued regression: 215446 - "shaking" with some themes (does not affect default theme)
Official builds: Windows (Discussion), Linux, Linux+gtk2+xft.
No unofficial builds.

4 Responses to “2003-08-18 Builds”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    If you go to Gnome.org, you will see a black square. Use IE or a firebird build two days earlier and you will see the actual picture. I’m not sure if this bug is new or known but I noticed it in today and yesterday’s build.

  2. Per Ångström Says:

    The August 18 Linux build works very badly for me: the browser loads web pages extremely slowly, with nearly 100 % CPU usage.

    The August 17 Linux build doesn’t have this problem.

  3. RafG Says:

    About the Gnome homepage:

    The image one sees using (for instance) Opera, is in fact the background image of div#logo. The black square is a 1*1px transparent PNG (stretched in CSS), which seems to be misrendered.

    It is rendered OK in Mozilla 1.4, Opera 7.02 and Opera 6.05 (the latter has some positioning errors, but that’s another story).
    I am seeing this using build 20030816. Contrary to the first commenter, I can’t get IE to show the background image: IE renders the transparent PNG as a light-blue square.

    There are some bugs in Bugzilla about transparent PNGs being shown as black, but I couldn’t find one whih really seemed to match this case. Perhaps someone more knowledgeable could take a look to make sure whether this is really a bug or not?

  4. michal017 Says:

    what png image are you talking about?
    the page looks the same using Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.5b) Gecko/20030817 Mozilla Firebird/0.6.1+ and Opera/7.11 (Linux 2.4.21 i686; U) [en]