2004-03-18 Builds

  • Fixed: 236977 - Document icon used for firefox.exe (F+paper instead of F+globe)
  • Fixed: 171605 - Allow deletion of autocomplete results (Shift+Delete)
  • Fixed: 236988 - Should show application icons in download manager (Ben's screenshot)
  • Continued regression: 236607 - File > Import crashes
  • Continued regression: 236673 - Crash when starting without a profile (Win98, WinME)
  • 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, Official Windows installer (discussion), djeter's O2 G6 SSE, BlueFyre's O2 G7 SSE, bangbang03's O2 G7 SSE2, moox's gcc builds

Linux builds: Official Linux, no official xft+gtk2 build, aebrahim's xft+gtk2

Mac builds: Official Mac

11 Responses to “2004-03-18 Builds”

  1. Flexer Says:

    Shift+Delete ??!? why not just delete like in IE ?

  2. José Jeria Says:

    Read the bug for explanation on why its not just DEL. I personally would have prefered that as well.

  3. Radley Smith Says:

    Cool. Now I don’t have to clear everything when I want to delete something.

  4. José Jeria Says:

    I dont get why it does that though. This is not the case in IE (where this was copied from).

    Is there any benefit of this?

  5. Jason Says:

    >> Shift+Delete ??!? why not just delete like in IE ?

    Sounds like we need an extension

  6. Elen Says:

    Why is bug 236607 set as a Win98 bug? Just reading through the bug comments should show that there are more reported windows xp crashes than win98 ones.

  7. Bill Mason Says:

    Probably simply because the person who first reported it was on Win98, and there is no option in Bugzilla for “Windows-all versions”.

  8. Cell Says:

    The comments for this build probably isn’t the best place to ask this, but I have two questions that I’ve been wondering for a while…

    1. Why are some of the bug fixes bold?

    2. Why do the fixed bugs sometimes come in two separate boxes? (ie. the whitespace between the first and second fixed bugs today)

  9. Minh Nguyễn Says:

    1. Some of the bug fixes are bold for major features or longstanding issues. (Major regressions/bugs are also bold.)

  10. Jesse Ruderman Says:

    I skimmed 236607 and saw a few comments saying it was Win98-only, but missed the comments saying it also happened on WinXP. Oops.

  11. Jesse Ruderman Says:

    Sometimes I make fixes for recent regressions a separate list from other fixes.