2009-11-03 Trunk builds


  • Fixed: 523771 - Support <input type=file multiple>.
  • Fixed: 513395 - Implement less awkward/more logical CSS gradient syntax.
  • Fixed: 517902 - Reimplement image properties, using the existing "Media" panel.
  • Fixed: 514490 - Per Tab Network Prioritization.
  • Fixed: 515512 - Text urls that don't have the leading protocol should have the link context menu options when selected.
  • Fixed: 436703 - Select all + Copy/paste in contenteditable div pastes the editable div inside itself.
  • Fixed: 511503 - Need events for window focus / activation.
  • Fixed: 509329 - Background image rendered incorrectly when window resized.
  • Fixed: 521750 - Put a runtime NS_IsMainThread check in nsCycleCollector::Suspect2 and Forget2 (reduces frequency of crashes caused by several buggy extensions).

mozilla-central pushlog for 2009-10-23 04:00 to 2009-11-03 04:00

Windows builds: Windows nightly (discussion)

Mac builds: Mac nightly

Linux builds: Linux nightly

2 Responses to “2009-11-03 Trunk builds”

  1. King InuYasha Says:

    When will we see officially supported Windows x64 builds of Mozilla Firefox?

  2. Steve Malamud Says:

    Hey guys…

    Just noticed that on certain websites video insertions embedded in the text don’t appear. Just downloaded latest version of Shockwave Player 11.5.2r602 via MacUpdate. But when I go to a site I frequent, Israel Matzav (http://israelmatzav.blogspot.com/), the video insertions aren’t there.

    But with Web-kit, the “cutting edge” Safari (like Namoroka), there is no problem.

    I like Firefox…and I think it shows great potential as a browser for the Mac. I know the focus has been on Camiro for the Mac…but I find Namoroka and it’s revisions easier to use, and with the options offered, Namoroka has the flexibility that is lacking in Camiro.

    I’m not versed in the “nuts and bolts” of webbing….have no idea about HTML and other related offshoots related to the construction involved.

    But….I know what I like, and what works for me. And I know what’s “easy to use” in the many different venues found on the web…with any operating system.

    Keep up the good work…You have a “winner” with Firefox….

    Thanks for listening….

    Steve Malamud