2006-12-16 Trunk builds


  • Fixed: 355738 - Make global history use Places. History is now stored in an SQLite database instead of Mork. Bookmarks are not yet stored in the new database, and the History UI hasn't changed much.
  • Fixed: 332922 - Better way of dealing with computed padding and margin.

Fixes for recent regressions:

  • Fixed: 355352 - [Mac] While the app is running, if no browser windows are open, clicking on the app in the dock doesn't open a browser window.
  • Fixed: 360211 - [Mac] Text fields are transparent.

Trunk regressions:

  • Since Nov 22: 361523 - [Mac] Form borders are too thick.
  • Since Nov 22: 361576 - [Mac] Underlines sometimes missing or wrong thickness.
  • Since Nov 22: 361600 - [Mac] Flashing when switching tabs, opening the find bar, etc.
  • Since March: 330271 - [Windows] Crashes after trying to check for updates [@msvcr80.dll]. (Fixed only on NSS trunk.)
  • Since Jan 26 (FDL): 324819 - Fixed positioned elements now lag/flicker when scrolling.

Trunk checkins between 2006-12-13 06:00 and 2006-12-16 06:00

Windows builds: Windows nightly (discussion)

Linux builds: Linux nightly

Mac builds: Mac nightly

One Response to “2006-12-16 Trunk builds”

  1. Robvdl Says:

    I currently share my bookmarks.html between Windows and Linux, which I find really convenient, by manually setting “browser.bookmarks.file” in “about:config”.

    If Firefox 3 is going to possibly use an SQLite database instead for storing the bookmarks, would this mean it will no longer be possible to share bookmarks between two operating systems?

    Unless it would be possible to share this same SQLite database between Windows and Linux. Just a thought.