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Post Posted May 26th, 2014, 6:41 pm

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The Official Win32 20140527 NIGHTLY build is out
The Official Win32 20140527 AURORA build is out
.The Official Firefox 30 BETA 8 builds are not yet out

Previous NIGHTLY 20140526 (Fx32.0a1)
Previous AURORA 20140526 (Fx31.0a2)
Previous BETA 20140523 (Fx30.0b7)

Hourly NIGHTLY builds: mozilla-central-linux | mozilla-central-macosx | mozilla-central-win32 | Firefox Tinderbox | NIGHTLY Changelog
AURORA Tinderbox | AURORA changelog

Fixed:
    NIGHTLY +59
  1. #978811
  2. #995166
  3. #997567
  4. #1008455 [Core:CSS Parsing and Computation]-Avoid loading the xul.css UA style sheet when possible [All][[MemShrink:P2]]
  5. #1014891 [Core:CSS Parsing and Computation]-Kill off nsIDocument's "CatalogStyleSheet" methods [Mac][]
  6. #1013936 [Core:CSS Parsing and Computation]-Only load the html.css, forms.css, number-control.css and ua.css UA style sheet on-demand for SVG documents [All][[MemShrink:P2]]
  7. #1015147 [Core:CSS Parsing and Computation]-Put the user-agent style sheets svg.css and mathml.css in the style sheet cache [All][[MemShrink]]
  8. #1011806 [Core:CSS Parsing and Computation]-Stop loading user-agent/user style sheets for SVG-as-an-image (leave svg.css, html.css and xul.css loading on-demand) [All][[MemShrink:P2]]
  9. #908191 [Core:DOM: Device Interfaces]-Use xpcom-interface caller to do interaction between Inter-App Communication API and run-time prompt [All][]
  10. #865649 [Core:DOM: Events]-Implement KeyboardEvent.code (only for physical keyboard) [All][]
  11. #1013657 [Core:DOM: Workers]-Incorrectly handling of ErrorEvent in unittest (event.data) [All][]
  12. #1007878 [Core:DOM]-Implement Open-Ended Dictionaries (MozMap) [Mac][]
  13. #1015100 [Core:DOM]-Polish the Alarm API Mochitest [All][]
  14. #1014855 [Core:DOM]-Reenable test_url.html in workers [Lin][]
  15. #789261 [Core:DOM]-WebIDL bindings for Window [Mac][]
  16. #968272 [Core:DOM]-use less conservative temporary storage policy in QuotaManager [All][[games]]
  17. #1015012 [Core:General]-Make the VolatileBuffer constructors explicit [All][]
  18. #1006576 [Core:Graphics: Layers]-some table borders disappear when printing [Lin][]
  19. #998356 [Core:HTML: Parser]-View source is truncated on some parser errors [Mac][]
  20. #998262 [Core:JavaScript Engine: JIT]-Differential Testing: Different output message involving buildPar [All][]
  21. #970252 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Assertion failure: size_before == *profiler->size_, at vm/SPSProfiler.cpp:289 [Lin][[jsbugmon:update,testComment=15,origRev=d7c07694f339]]
  22. #992958 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Give [Object] and [Function] a ClassSpec [Mac][]
  23. #1014114 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Self-host string HTML extensions [All][]
  24. #1014898 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-irregexp: Remove all uses of masm.j() [All][]
  25. #1007067 [Core:Layout: Text]-Textarea doesn't redraw properly when adding a newline to break a line (with RTL text in sibling element) [All][]
  26. #451316 [Core:Layout]-"ASSERTION: unexpected frame type" with -moz-column [Mac][]
  27. #407066 [Core:Layout]-ASSERTION: unexpected frame type with moz-column-count and float: right [Win][]
  28. #508665 [Core:Layout]-make mParent an nsContainerFrame* [All][]
  29. #1014601 [Core:MathML]-Add some OpenType MATH fonts in mathml.css [All][]
  30. #1015159 [Core:Spelling checker]-Add aggregator to the en-US dictionary [Win][]
  31. #1015153 [Core:Spelling checker]-Add bloviate, bloviation, bloviator to the en-US dictionary [Win][]
  32. #1015156 [Core:Spelling checker]-Add mage to the en-US dictionary [Win][]
  33. #1015040 [Core:Spelling checker]-Add opposer, opposable to the en-US dictionary [Win][]
  34. #1015160 [Core:Spelling checker]-Add phlebotomist, phlebotomize to the en-US dictionary [Win][]
  35. #1015161 [Core:Spelling checker]-Add rheumatology, rheumatological, rheumatologist to the en-US dictionary [Win][]
  36. #1015150 [Core:Spelling checker]-Add sommelier to the en-US dictionary [Win][]
  37. #1015152 [Core:Spelling checker]-Add synesthesia, synesthete, synesthetic to the en-US dictionary [Win][]
  38. #1015154 [Core:Spelling checker]-Add teleport, teleportation to the en-US dictionary [Win][]
  39. #1015039 [Core:Spelling checker]-Add triages to the en-US dictionary [Win][]
  40. #1015672 [Core:Spelling checker]-Use a set in mozSpellChecker::GetDictionaryList [All][]
  41. #1014626 [Core:Video/Audio]-Win64 "media\libstagefright\ports\win32\include\netinet/in.h(36) : fatal error C1189: #error : Unsupported architecture" build bustage [Win][]
  42. #1015025 [Core:Web Audio]-MediaStreamGraph clock drift from rounding iteration deltas to MediaTime [All][]
  43. #1004396 [Core:WebRTC]-Make peerconnection video bitrates configurable [All][]
  44. #985254 [Core:WebRTC]-RTP packetization for H.264 [Win][[p=3, s=Fx32]]
  45. #985253 [Core:WebRTC]-SDP negotiation for H264 [Win][[p=2, est:2d, s=Fx32]]
  46. #1015430 [Core:XPCOM]-Fix more XPCOM constructors to clarify whether they should be explicit [All][]
  47. #996132 [Core:XPCOM]-Make allocating space for events in the event queue infallible [All][]
  48. #996133 [Core:XPCOM]-Remove a bunch of unnecessary NS_DISPATCH_NORMAL [All][]
  49. #996310 [Core:XPCOM]-nsIBinaryOutputStream readArrayBuffer should return number of bytes read [Lin][]
  50. #101800 [Core:XUL]-XUL <label value="something"> does not support text-transform: uppercase [Lin][]
  51. #1006769 [Core:jemalloc]-High amount of heap-overhead waste in b2g [Lin][[MemShrink:P1]]
  52. #1007760 [Core:mach]-Add built-in profiler support to talos runs initiated via mach [All][]
  53. #1000513 [Firefox:Menus]-Combined navigation items in the context menu [All][p=13 s=it-32c-31a-30b.3 [qa+] ]
  54. #993402 [Firefox:Preferences]-[Linux] Sorting the two columns under Applications tab is distinct than the one from Edit->Preferences for in-content preferences [Lin][p=0 s=it-32c-31a-30b.3 [qa!]]
  55. #1013448 [Firefox:Sync]-Add various sync telemetry probes, including master password usage in conjunction with Sync [All][p=3 s=it-32c-31a-30b.3 [qa+]]
  56. #1015535 [Firefox:Translation]-Comment nodes shouldn't be considered for translation [All][[translation] p=1 s=it-32c-31a-30b.2 [qa-]]
  57. #1014362 [Toolkit:Phishing Protection]-Large infallible allocations in UrlClassifier [Win][[MemShrink]]
  58. #818587 [Toolkit:Places]-Compress bookmark backups [All][[mentor=mak][lang=js] p=0 s=it-32c-31a-30b.3 [qa-]]
  59. #997921 [Toolkit:Themes]-Regression - Cursor doesn't change to RTL shape [Win][]


    AURORA +2
  1. #995166
  2. #982610 [Mozilla Services:Firefox Sync: Backend]-Update TPS to use latest Mozmill 2.0.6 [All][]
    BETA +2
  1. #995166
  2. #982610 [Mozilla Services:Firefox Sync: Backend]-Update TPS to use latest Mozmill 2.0.6 [All][]



Nightly 32.0a1 fixes since 20140429 (Gecko 32): ~1303
Aurora 31.0a2 fixes since 20140318 (Gecko 31): ~2018
Beta 30.0 fixes since 20140204 (Gecko 30): ~2627

Release tracking Firefox 30-32 see HERE
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Post Posted May 26th, 2014, 6:43 pm

Gave the keyboard a bath (since it couldn't work any less..) and idk if it got something off of the board or what but the keyboard is working (for now, this happened last week but wasn't as difficult to resolve). Still gonna look into that new board since I don't trust this one :biggrin:

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Post Posted May 27th, 2014, 2:35 am

It's not a Nightly feature,but im still going ask.Did anyone manage to make "extensions.adblockplus.please_kill_startup_performance" work?
INFO: It is a new pref in the dev adblock plus builds that makes the addon load fully before the FF startup(the old behavior).
When i tried it for the first time it worked and my homepage loaded with no ads.But since then i can't make it work.
I even tried a new profile with only ABP and the pref and it worked for the first time only again.

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Post Posted May 27th, 2014, 2:51 am

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=984488

AMD just released new beta drivers 14.6 beta 1.0. I'm trying to reproduce the crash (BSOD on Win 8.1 x64) when OMTC D3D11 is enabled and so far no problems. Can someone comfirm that AMD fixed this serious bug?

If you want the new drivers you can take 'em from here: https://mega.co.nz/#!8ZEgCJyI!CXHI7xITu ... Pp6a0QOKpY

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Post Posted May 27th, 2014, 3:26 am

winapp2 wrote:Gave the keyboard a bath (since it couldn't work any less..) and idk if it got something off of the board or what but the keyboard is working (for now, this happened last week but wasn't as difficult to resolve). Still gonna look into that new board since I don't trust this one :biggrin:

It is not unusual to hear that "washing" a keyboard cleans it up and gets it working, again. Dust, crumbs, soda pop and/or whatever else may have dropped under the keys may only get cleaned out by the use of water. The key is making sure it has time to dry out completely before plugging it in. 8-)
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Post Posted May 27th, 2014, 4:17 am

nicolaos wrote:https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=984488

AMD just released new beta drivers 14.6 beta 1.0. I'm trying to reproduce the crash (BSOD on Win 8.1 x64) when OMTC D3D11 is enabled and so far no problems. Can someone comfirm that AMD fixed this serious bug?

If you want the new drivers you can take 'em from here: https://mega.co.nz/#!8ZEgCJyI!CXHI7xITu ... Pp6a0QOKpY


For me at least, the BSODs sometimes take a day or so to happen. A few hours of waiting might not be enough unless you get them more often than I do.
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Post Posted May 27th, 2014, 4:39 am

I know, that's why I'm trying to get more opinions... Though, I could crash my PC relatively easy on IE's test site; Fishbowl for instance.

Currently I have Fishbowl (2000 fishes @60fps ) and Flash video (1080p HWA enabled ) running, still no issues.

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Post Posted May 27th, 2014, 4:48 am

@nicolaos: Are you talking about this?: http://ie.microsoft.com/testdrive/Performance/FishBowl/

That page isn't rendering for me. It's stuck at "Initializing FishBowl..."

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Post Posted May 27th, 2014, 4:53 am

C@rb0n wrote:@nicolaos: Are you talking about this?: http://ie.microsoft.com/testdrive/Performance/FishBowl/

That page isn't rendering for me. It's stuck at "Initializing FishBowl..."


Do you have any add-ons that block HTML5 videos? Flash Blocker has such an option if I recall correctly.
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Post Posted May 27th, 2014, 4:55 am

streetwolf wrote:Do you have any add-ons that block HTML5 videos? Flash Blocker has such an option if I recall correctly.

That was it. Thanks.

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Post Posted May 27th, 2014, 4:57 am

@ kilara1988 - this feature is working for me perfectly fine
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Post Posted May 27th, 2014, 5:07 am

kilara1988 wrote:It's not a Nightly feature,but im still going ask.Did anyone manage to make "extensions.adblockplus.please_kill_startup_performance" work?
INFO: It is a new pref in the dev adblock plus builds that makes the addon load fully before the FF startup(the old behavior).
When i tried it for the first time it worked and my homepage loaded with no ads.But since then i can't make it work.
I even tried a new profile with only ABP and the pref and it worked for the first time only again.

Yup, me too, based on the forum, it is not working for many people.

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Post Posted May 27th, 2014, 5:17 am

nicolaos wrote:https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=984488

AMD just released new beta drivers 14.6 beta 1.0. I'm trying to reproduce the crash (BSOD on Win 8.1 x64) when OMTC D3D11 is enabled and so far no problems. Can someone comfirm that AMD fixed this serious bug?

If you want the new drivers you can take 'em from here: https://mega.co.nz/#!8ZEgCJyI!CXHI7xITu ... Pp6a0QOKpY


Did you remember to force D2D on? The blacklist forces D2D off for the 14.4+ drivers. OMTC will still be enabled. Check about:support to make sure you are using D2D and not something else.
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Post Posted May 27th, 2014, 6:48 am

Win32 Nightly build is out: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; WOW64; rv:32.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/32.0 ID:20140527030202 CSet: cbe4f69c2e9c

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Post Posted May 27th, 2014, 7:46 am

When using the "Classic" theme, does the spinner seems to move in a circle clockwise while spinning instead of just spinning on the same place?

Is this a known bug?

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