2004-02-24 Builds

  • Fixed: 93156 - Change -moz-opacity to opacity (but continue to support -moz-opacity as an alias)
  • Continued regression: 235129 - crash while exporting bookmarks
  • Continued regression: 234962 - During install, license text does not show.
  • Continued regression: 234976 - Installer crashes before finishing.
  • Continued regression: 234966 - crash scrolling with mousewheel (for a few users)
  • Continued regression: 234576 - Autoscroll crashes (for some users)
  • Continued regression: 234916 - Crash on startup on MacOSX.
  • Continued regression: 234116 - Context menu commands don't work in *subfolders* of bookmarks menu.

Windows builds: Official Windows (discussion), Official Windows installer (warning: many installer regressions), Krueger's, mmoy's O2 G7 SSE2, bangbang's GCC SSE2

Linux builds: Official Linux, Official Linux+xft+gtk2, MrC's xft+gtk2 with DOMi,Venkman (SSE2 and non-SSE)

Mac builds: Official Mac (crashes on startup)

7 Responses to “2004-02-24 Builds”

  1. Peter van der Woude Says:

    Fixed: 93156 – Change -moz-opacity to opacity (but continue to support -moz-opacity as an ailas)

    Does this mean all -moz- styles will change to “normal” ?

  2. XF Says:

    No… opacity is a w3c CSS3 property and taking away the -moz- part is a kind of standardization, while other -moz- properties are not pert of any CSS standardization thus will remain with -moz- unless they’ll ever get standardized. Something similar might happen in the futur e with -moz-outline -> outline (which is a CSS2.1 property).

  3. Josť Jeria Says:

    Does -moz-opacity still works? or is it just opacity now that works?

  4. Jesse Ruderman Says:

    -moz-opacity still works. If you set -moz-opacity and then read opacity, it will work too, because -moz-opacity is now an alias.

  5. Xanthor Says:

    I’m wating for -moz-border-radius -> border-radius ;¨)

  6. Steve Says:

    Here’s the outline bugzilla entry:

    http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=6647
    [outline]CSS2 ‘outline’ property

    (Opened: 1999-05-18)!

  7. Neil Parks Says:

    A very flaky build that frequently crashes on attempts to close it!