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Post Posted May 21st, 2017, 7:34 am

Previous Nightly Builds thread 20170521

The Official 20170522 NIGHTLY builds are out
.The Official Firefox 54 Beta 10 builds are not yet out

Previous NIGHTLY: 20170521 (Fx 55.0a1)
Previous BETA: 20170519 (Fx 54.0b9)

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Release Notes: NIGHTLY | BETA
Changelogs: NIGHTLY | BETA


Fixed:
    NIGHTLY +20
  1. #1354457 [Core:Audio/Video: Recording]-MediaRecorder.pause() stopped working in 51 [Uns][]
  2. #1366474 [Core:CSS Parsing and Computation]-Element::{Get,Set}SMILOverrideDeclaration don't seem to need to be virtual. [Uns][]
  3. #1364799 [Core:CSS Parsing and Computation]-stylo: Inserting new @keyframes rule doesn't trigger restyle [Uns][]
  4. #1364871 [Core:CSS Parsing and Computation]-stylo: Restyle ::-moz-list-bullet and ::-moz-list-number pseudo-elements (for nsBulletFrame) [Uns][]
  5. #1334036 [Core:CSS Parsing and Computation]-stylo: Support off-main-thread animations [Uns][]
  6. #1366142 [Core:CSS Parsing and Computation]-stylo: Crash while clicking a line on waaark.com: Assertion failure: aFrame || (aHint & nsChangeHint_ReconstructFrame) [Lin][]
  7. #1289868 [Core:CSS Parsing and Computation]-stylo: Use the result of CalcStyleDifference to cull parallel DOM traversal [Uns][]
  8. #1329876 [Core:CSS Parsing and Computation]-stylo: Don't maintain TreeMatchContext when using the Servo style system [Uns][]
  9. #1366171 [Core:Gecko Profiler]-Fix misplace PSAutoLock [All][]
  10. #1365449 [Core:Layout]-Reflow absolutely positioned children when they need to be repaginated [All][]
  11. #1363421 [Core:Networking: HTTP]-UserAgentOverrides.jsm is visible on startup profiles [Uns][[necko-active]]
  12. #1366415 [Core:WebRTC: Audio/Video]-Unprefix autoGainControl and noiseSuppression constraints [All][]
  13. #989373 [Core:XPConnect]-Remove global reuse machinery in mozJSComponentLoader [Mac][]
  14. #1354733 [Core:XPConnect]-Avoid wrapping dead wrappers into CCWs [All][]
  15. #1366061 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Memory]-"Save" fails in Memory snapshot tool [Uns][]
  16. #1354884 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Web Audio Editor]-convert uses of "defer" to "new Promise" in client/webaudioeditor [Uns][]
  17. #1356605 [Firefox:Session Restore]-SessionCookies.jsm's initialization takes a long time on the ui thread [Uns][[photon-performance]]
  18. #1365568 [Toolkit:Add-ons Manager]-chrome is not registered for non-bootstrapped proxy file add-ons [Uns][]
  19. #1365068 [Toolkit:Form Manager]-Style cleanup of Satchel [All][]
  20. #1361899 [Toolkit:WebExtensions: Untriaged]-topSites.get results should be based on frecency only [Uns][triaged]

    Partial Landings/Diagnostic Patches:
  1. #1337655 [Core:CSS Parsing and Computation]-Try disabling moz-prefixed gradient functions by default [Uns][[stylo]]
  2. #1362599 [Core:CSS Parsing and Computation]-stylo: Bug 1358634 added a hazard to the build [Uns][]
  3. #1355311 [Core:DOM]-Enable throttling of tracking timeouts by default [Uns][]

    Beta 9 -> Beta 10 Changelog +6
  1. #1361326
  2. #1365602
  3. #1334587 [Core:DOM: Security]-Work container tab forgets GitHub login after relaunch [Mac][[userContextId][domsecurity-backlog][OA]]
  4. #1363107 [Core:Graphics: Layers]-Crash in mozilla::layers::MaybeTimeDuration::AssertSanity [Win][]
  5. #1354796 [Core:Networking]-Right-click new tab loses URL information if site is down [Uns][[necko-active]]
  6. #1364189 [Core:Networking: HTTP]-Make sure not to retry socketTransaction if nsHttpConnectionMgr cancels it [Uns][[necko-active]]

Nightly 55 fixes since 20170306 (Gecko 54) ~3811
Beta 54 fixes since 20170123 (Gecko 53) ~2585

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Post Posted May 21st, 2017, 11:48 am

Does anyone know what broke Stylish? (Some time after 2017-05-17)
Creating and editing new styles is not possible anymore.

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Post Posted May 21st, 2017, 12:38 pm

avada wrote:Does anyone know what broke Stylish? (Some time after 2017-05-17)
Creating and editing new styles is not possible anymore.

Are you sure you're using the latest nightly, I had the same problem up until a few nightlies ago, but all seems fine now.
FF nightly 20170521 (32bit) on Win64 + Stylish 2.0.7

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Post Posted May 21st, 2017, 1:19 pm

Peja Stija wrote:
avada wrote:Does anyone know what broke Stylish? (Some time after 2017-05-17)
Creating and editing new styles is not possible anymore.

Are you sure you're using the latest nightly, I had the same problem up until a few nightlies ago, but all seems fine now.
FF nightly 20170521 (32bit) on Win64 + Stylish 2.0.7

Yep. But it seems it depens on what tabs are open whether stylish's editor works. Rather odd.

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Post Posted May 21st, 2017, 1:25 pm

Peja Stija wrote:
avada wrote:Does anyone know what broke Stylish? (Some time after 2017-05-17)
Creating and editing new styles is not possible anymore.

Are you sure you're using the latest nightly, I had the same problem up until a few nightlies ago, but all seems fine now.
FF nightly 20170521 (32bit) on Win64 + Stylish 2.0.7


Yes, the offending patch #1319111 was backed out.

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Post Posted May 21st, 2017, 1:32 pm

avada wrote:
Peja Stija wrote:
avada wrote:Does anyone know what broke Stylish? (Some time after 2017-05-17)
Creating and editing new styles is not possible anymore.

Are you sure you're using the latest nightly, I had the same problem up until a few nightlies ago, but all seems fine now.
FF nightly 20170521 (32bit) on Win64 + Stylish 2.0.7

Yep. But it seems it depens on what tabs are open whether stylish's editor works. Rather odd.


Yes, It does not work if about:home is opened.

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Post Posted May 21st, 2017, 2:13 pm

I think it's probably about time to get rid of those add-ons that will no longer work on FF57+. I made the switch and quite frankly it was relatively painless. Lots of FF57+ extensions are making their appearance, albeit some are crap, but it's is bound to improve. I was looking at some Chrome extensions and found some that I didn't think were possible. In particular one that allowed me, under Chrome, to change the favicons of my bookmark sites. Hopefully Fx57+ will also allow an extension like this one.

I personally like where Photon is going and the other performance stuff to come. Once Fx57 hits going to Chrome is at the least like staying on Fx57+. My 2 cents
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Post Posted May 21st, 2017, 4:05 pm

streetwolf wrote:I think it's probably about time to get rid of those add-ons that will no longer work on FF57+. I made the switch and quite frankly it was relatively painless. Lots of FF57+ extensions are making their appearance, albeit some are crap, but it's is bound to improve. I was looking at some Chrome extensions and found some that I didn't think were possible. In particular one that allowed me, under Chrome, to change the favicons of my bookmark sites. Hopefully Fx57+ will also allow an extension like this one.

I personally like where Photon is going and the other performance stuff to come. Once Fx57 hits going to Chrome is at the least like staying on Fx57+. My 2 cents

im just wondering if the Dev that makes DTA is gonna port it over to as a webextension, why else woujld you continue with the Nightly Trunks of DTA

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Post Posted May 21st, 2017, 4:38 pm

Arch5 wrote:im just wondering if the Dev that makes DTA is gonna port it over to as a webextension,

Being as it's doubtful there are any mind readers or psychics here, send him an email (info at downthemall.net) or make a lunch date, I'm sure he'd love to hear from you....
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Post Posted May 21st, 2017, 4:45 pm

mightyglydd wrote:
Arch5 wrote:im just wondering if the Dev that makes DTA is gonna port it over to as a webextension,

Being as it's doubtful there are any mind readers or psychics here, send him an email (info at downthemall.net) or make a lunch date, I'm sure he'd love to hear from you....

yeah i know about that an his rant on his website but why would he continue with a Nightly of DTA if he was gonna pull the plug on DTA?

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Post Posted May 21st, 2017, 11:01 pm

DownThemAll! *nightly* builds are more bugged than DownThemAll! stable builds, especially it's very visible using them on Mozilla Firefox Nightly.
Trunk and branch DownThemAll! Nightly builds are created automatically every day, same like it's with Mozilla Firefox Nightly builds.
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Are you ready for deprecation of XUL & XBL & XPCOM extensions? Not?! Try Firefox ESR

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Post Posted May 22nd, 2017, 1:05 am

streetwolf wrote:I think it's probably about time to get rid of those add-ons that will no longer work on FF57+. I made the switch and quite frankly it was relatively painless. Lots of FF57+ extensions are making their appearance, albeit some are crap, but it's is bound to improve. I was looking at some Chrome extensions and found some that I didn't think were possible. In particular one that allowed me, under Chrome, to change the favicons of my bookmark sites. Hopefully Fx57+ will also allow an extension like this one.

I personally like where Photon is going and the other performance stuff to come. Once Fx57 hits going to Chrome is at the least like staying on Fx57+. My 2 cents

I did that too and it was quite a relieve. No more worries about breaking addons, which will happen a lot in the coming weeks, only to see them gone with 57 anyway. Staying on an old version of Firefox is no option for me, I value the improvements more than my addons.

I'm still alive and as a bonus Firefox is faster than ever.

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Post Posted May 22nd, 2017, 2:01 am

Alice0775 wrote:Yes, It does not work if about:home is opened.

I see. Though I don't use about:home at all, I guess other pages might be interfering too.

streetwolf wrote:I think it's probably about time to get rid of those add-ons that will no longer work on FF57+. I made the switch and quite frankly it was relatively painless.

Lurtz wrote:I did that too and it was quite a relieve. No more worries about breaking addons, which will happen a lot in the coming weeks, only to see them gone with 57 anyway. Staying on an old version of Firefox is no option for me, I value the improvements more than my addons.

Good for you... I have by last count, 77 addons enabled of which only three are not labeled "legacy".

streetwolf wrote: In particular one that allowed me, under Chrome, to change the favicons of my bookmark sites.

Which one is that? Can you link it? I had something like that for FF (Bookmark Favicon Changer), but sadly it broke. And it's needed the most nowadays, since they mucked up favicon functionality when they moved their storage to a separated database. (many missing, or wrong favicons...)

Did you try installing it in firefox (with Chrome Store Foxified). If I understand correctly webext copies the crome extension api completely (Or will when it's finished) so anything that works on Chrome should work on FF too

Arch5 wrote:yeah i know about that an his rant on his website but why would he continue with a Nightly of DTA if he was gonna pull the plug on DTA?
Arch5 wrote:im just wondering if the Dev that makes DTA is gonna port it over to as a webextension, why else woujld you continue with the Nightly Trunks of DTA

Yeah, DTA is impossible on webextensions. So it certainly won't be ported.
Annoyingly DTA nightly updates are created automatically every they even if there wasn't an update for months... Super spammy.

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Post Posted May 22nd, 2017, 2:07 am

thats a Addon i will sadly Miss, i wont go over the reason why as i said it in another thread. but im still skeptical when firefox57 is released

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Post Posted May 22nd, 2017, 4:17 am

@avada..

There appears to be three favicons extensions over at the Chrome Store. I tried the one that has the picture of a big green star. It worked perfectly under Chrome. Yes I "Foxified" it but while the icon showed up on Fx55 as well as it's menu it failed to change my icons. Fx55 uses 'favicon.sqlite' while Chrome uses just 'favicons' (It's still sqlite) as their DB's. I made a copy of 'favicons.sqlite' and changed it to just 'favicons'. No luck. Using an Sqlite DB reader there are differences in the two DB's. Names are different also. Probably at least one reason Foxifying it doesn't work. But the point is it changes the chrome on Google Chrome. Hopefully the same sort of add-on will work on Fx57+.

Why the heck do you need 77 add-ons? I know it's easy to get carried away with add-ons on Fx but do you really need all of them? Either you'll have to hope for Devs to convert them to WE or live without them. Can't imagine any other browser having all 77 add-ons if you decide to go with another browser. If anyone is sticking with Fx I say now is the time to wean yourself off of legacy add-ons.
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