2004-03-02 Builds

  • Fixed: 235832 - Crash on Mac OS X with Save Image As with jpeg images and Save Page As on local files
  • Continued regression: 234966 - crash scrolling with mousewheel (for a few users)
  • Continued regression: 234576 - Autoscroll crashes (for some users)
  • Continued regression: 234717 - Right-clicking a in a *subfolder* of the bookmarks menu makes that folder inaccessible if nothing is selected on the context menu
  • Continued regression: 234116 - Context menu commands don't work in *subfolders* of bookmarks menu.

Windows builds: Official Windows (discussion), Official Windows installer, djeter's O2 G6 SSE

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

Mac builds: Official Mac

6 Responses to “2004-03-02 Builds”

  1. Hank Says:

    I haven’t found a number reporting the bleeding through of animated images to the top tab — which came back tonight (example — the animation you can start up by clicking on a button at:

    (The behavior has changed a few times; for one build, last night’s build, only the time banner bled through – so I’ll quit mentioning it; pointer welcomed to the right place to mention this further.)

  2. Jean-Marc Gillet Says:

    You’ll probably have to wait until
    http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=235733
    is fixed.

  3. Josť Jeria Says:

    That one was a duplicate,
    http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=162134
    is the correct bug. Seems to be an issue with the java plugin though, not mozilla.

  4. Jesse Ruderman Says:

    Jose: so you’re saying it’s not a regression?

  5. Josť Jeria Says:

    Jesse: I dont think so, read bug 235733 and in comment 0 the reporter says: “This behavior has been going on for quite some time in OSX 10.1, Jaguar, and now
    Panther.”

    I read through bug 162134 and some of it dupes and it seems that this has been around for a while.

  6. Hank Says:

    That’s a _lot_ of duplicate/similar reports. I’ve got to get better at finding, and re-finding, these in Bugzilla. Oy.