2005-08-15 Branch builds

Fixes for regressions:

  • Fixed: 304457 - Can't tab between location and search boxes (since Aug 12).

Major regressions since Deer Park Alpha 2:

  • Since branching: 304608 - Automatic app update updates to trunk.
  • Since July 31: 303267 - Back/Forward break JavaScript.
  • Since July 26: 302136 - Two clicks on "Install Now" button are necessary to install an extension.

Gecko 1.8 branch checkins between 2005-08-14 16:00 and 2005-08-15 07:00

Windows builds: Windows nightly, Windows hourly (discussion)

Linux builds: Linux nightly, Linux hourly

Mac builds: Mac nightly (big), Mac hourly

7 Responses to “2005-08-15 Branch builds”

  1. Jean-Marc Gillet Says:

    The “Back/Forward break JavaScript” bug is fixed.

  2. Adam Says:

    Did anyone notice the vertical scroll bar being missing on Mac since the 8/14 build? The 8/13 build has it.

  3. Adam Says:

    Wait, I just realized that the missing scroll bar is a result of a fix in the 8/14 build. That means that my theme is broken, which is confirmed by the fact that the default theme has the scroll bar. Sorry for the above message.

  4. Jesse Ruderman Says:

    That’s odd. Wasn’t the change supposed to *fix* the problem of non-default themes missing scrollbars?

  5. Shawn Lauriat Says:

    Adam: noticed the same thing and started searching bug reports before realizing I should check how the default theme behaves… I keep checking nightlies to see if it behaves better but have to keep reverting back to the 13th. Also have some crashes that I can’t quite pin-point, but annoy me enough to roll back to use the older build.

    Also found a major (and very consistant) crash since the switch over to 1.8 when using NuSOAP’s generated docs. I think it revolves around calling:
    var oDesc;
    function popup(divid){
    if(oDesc = new makeObj(divid)){
    oDesc.css.visibility = "visible"

    But I’ll do some testing with it to see where exactly it crashes and burns before filing that one…

  6. Philippe Says:

    Adam, Jesse,
    Themes need to be updated to know about the new scrollbar thing. On Mac, scollbars.css has been renamed to nativescrollbars.css (you can update the theme yourself, if you know how).

  7. Anonymous Says:

    > that’s odd. Wasn’t the change supposed to *fix* the problem of non-default themes missing scrollbars?
    It was supposed to fix the need for providing a second package to have mac support.