2005-08-02 Trunk builds

Exciting new stuff:


  • Fixed: 302466 - Context menu of an Extension in EM should say "Find Update" instead of "Find Updates".

Regression fixes:

  • Fixed: Locked profile gives no message (bustage fix for 302039).
  • Fixed: 302916 - Frequent crash [@ nsFocusController::GetWindowFromDocument].
  • Fixed: 302889 - GMail popup "mail sent" window doesn't close itself.
  • Fixed: 302902 - Window.close() closes the whole window instead of the tab.

Please test these builds to help catch regressions from the "split windows" patch. The Mozilla Quality blog has suggestions for areas to test.

Major regressions since Deer Park Alpha 2:

  • Since Aug 2: XML error in prefs window; advanced prefs broken (regression from bug 299507, already fixed in CVS)
  • Since July 31: 302885 - Can't type into rich text editor, designMode not working anymore.
  • Since July 26: 302667 - Unfocused tabs cannot be reordered with a single click.
  • Since July 26: 302281 - [Linux] Open links from external applications always opens link in new window.
  • Since July 26: 302136 - Two clicks on "Install Now" button are necessary to install an extension.

All checkins between 2005-08-01 08:00 and 2005-08-02 07:00

Windows builds: Official Windows, Official Windows installer (discussion)

Linux builds: Official Linux, Official Linux installer

Mac builds: Official Mac

9 Responses to “2005-08-02 Trunk builds”

  1. Simplex Says:

    I downloaded an hourly build and it looks like checking and unchecking the Firefox update switch in Options -> Advanced -> Update doesn’t enable/disable the buttons switches below it until you hit OK (on windows). It should enable/disable them live.

  2. Simplex Says:

    … If they got rid of the “but” in “But warn me if the update will disable my extensions or themes”, can they get rid of the “but” in “but disable javascript annoyances,” or whatever it says?

  3. Simplex Says:

    Installing Deer Park along side of Firefox 1.0.6, then running Deer Park, then Uninstalling Deer Park will leave my computer in a state where it doesn’t know what the default browser is. Clicking on “Internet” in the WinXP start menu brings up the Options window, and Firefox (1.0.6) can’t set itself as default again. I have to manually set IE as default, and then set Firefox as default again.

    Also, uninstalling removes the wmp9 registry keys and leaves my Firefox 1.0.6 without an updated WMP 10.

    Sorry I don’t have time to write bug reports.

  4. Mathieu Says:

    I don’t know if the problem affects only the Mac version, but the slider “Article Length” is a white rectangle when I try it.

  5. Mugros Says:

    Does anyone have a broken options->advanced dialog also?

  6. Mugros Says:

    *aarrrg*.. simply forget my answer

  7. Logan Says:

    It’s good to see you back on the Burning-Edge-updates-daily wagon, Jesse.

  8. Gideon Says:

    Just installed this nightly, and have never reported a bug before. Can someone point me to the appropriate webpage to report one at?


  9. Jesse Ruderman Says:

    Gideon, go to https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/ and click “Report a bug”. It will walk you through searching for the bug in addition to letting you report the bug.