2009-01-10 Trunk builds


  • Fixed: 312852 - Tooltip should not appear during a drag.
  • Fixed: 89419 - Caching of images loaded from a 302 is broken.
  • Fixed: 444322 - Firefox 3 onload and DOMContentLoaded event firing before the page is fully loaded.
  • Fixed: 449149 - Add support for <audio controls>.
  • Fixed: 135268 - [Mac] Support OS X services.
  • Fixed: 243519 - Absolute positioning doesn't work correctly if the root element has a border.
  • Fixed: 430332 - Hang in nsLineBreaker::AppendText with text-transform:uppercase and a paragraph full of links.
  • Fixed: 191448 - Space manager too limited for handling floats.
  • Fixed: 457862 - Onresize events should fire at every resize while resizing the window, not just at 200ms intervals.
  • Fixed: 446026 - Restore utility of eval(s, o).
  • Fixed: 441751 - Directives not to cache pages ignored.
  • Fixed: 342619 - Don't use scroll arrows for context menus when repositioning would allow showing all menu items.
  • Fixed: 451586 - Removing a bookmark using the Star dialog also removes all duplicates (same url).
  • Fixed: 426864 - Only show user typed history pages for the urlbar dropdown.
  • Fixed: 463459 - Awesomebar prefs: use a separate pref instead of empty restrict/match values to specify defaults.
  • Fixed: 324121 - Extensions with available updates for the next version of the app should not be listed in app update "extension will be disabled" warning.
  • Fixed: 471428 - Add Ctrl+Shift+P keyboard shortcut for private browsing mode.
  • Fixed: 391984 - [Mac] Add roundness to context menus on 10.5.

Trunk regressions:

  • Since Jan 7: 472674 - Greasemonkey does not work.
  • Since Jan 9: 472909 - Small-caps text does not appear.

mozilla-central pushlog for 2008-12-08 04:00 to 2009-01-10 04:00

Windows builds: Windows nightly (discussion)

Mac builds: Mac nightly

Linux builds: Linux nightly

One Response to “2009-01-10 Trunk builds”

  1. Shawn Lauriat Says:

    Happy to see many of these on the list, but in particular: three massive cheers for 135268!!! The in-context dictionary (command+control+d with cursor over a word) doesn’t work, so guessing that requires something else to function, but everything in the services menu (Summarize, Speech, etc.) works beautifully. I didn’t expect to see this working any time soon and it makes Firefox feel more like a Mac application, rather than just an application that runs on Macs.