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Post Posted January 5th, 2018, 10:24 am

Previous Nightly Builds thread 20180105

The first official 20180106 NIGHTLY builds are out
.The Official Firefox 58 Beta 15 builds are not yet out

Previous NIGHTLY: 20180105 (Fx 59.0a1)
Previous BETA: 20180104 (Fx 58.0b14)

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Release Notes: NIGHTLY | BETA
Changelogs: NIGHTLY | BETA


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    NIGHTLY +45
  1. #1428242 [Core:Audio/Video: Playback]-Assert we always take the MediaCache monitor off the main thread [Uns][]
  2. #1427668 [Core:Canvas: WebGL]-Move WebGL backbuffer handling into WebGLContext [Uns][gfx-noted]
  3. #1428164 [Core:CSS Parsing and Computation]-stylo: the presence of a :-moz-window-inactive selector in a page stylesheet causes ::first-letter selector on the same page to not match everything it should [Uns][]
  4. #1406161 [Core:DOM]-Consider organizing methods & fields on nsDocShell [Uns][]
  5. #1425440 [Core:DOM]-Cleanup the use of nsINode::GetChildAt_Deprecated [Uns][]
  6. #1425999 [Core:DOM]-dom.disable_window_status_change is obsolete [Uns][]
  7. #1427091 [Core:DOM]-Crash in OOM | large | NS_ABORT_OOM | AppendUTF16toUTF8 | mozilla::dom::MultipartBlobImpl::InitializeBlob [Win][]
  8. #1428229 [Core:DOM]-Remove FakeString and NotNull member initializations [Uns][]
  9. #1428053 [Core:DOM: Core & HTML]-Assertion failure: aContent != (*this)[i].mContent || !((*this)[i].mHint & nsChangeHint_ReconstructFrame) (Should not append a non-ReconstructFrame hint after appending a ReconstructFrame hint for the same content.), at /builds/worker/workspace/build/src/ [Uns][]
  10. #1420763 [Core:DOM: Device Interfaces]-webauthn: credential public key not a COSE_Key [All][[webauthn][webauthn-wd07]]
  11. #1416879 [Core:DOM: Service Workers]-Crash in mozilla::net::HttpChannelParentListener::OnDataAvailable [Win][[necko-triaged]]
  12. #1425975 [Core:DOM: Service Workers]-use ClientHandle objects to track controlled clients in ServiceWorkerManager [Uns][]
  13. #1428447 [Core:DOM: Service Workers]-service workers should set the WorkerPrivate mLoadingPrincipal [Uns][]
  14. #1428237 [Core:Editor]-Remove unused nsIHTMLEditor.getHeadContentsAsHTML [Uns][]
  15. #1428013 [Core:Graphics: WebRender]-Dragging a tab to a different window sometimes causes images to disappear (with image.mem.shared = true) [All][]
  16. #1428142 [Core:Graphics: WebRender]-Update to cbindgen:0.3.3 [Uns][]
  17. #1428075 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-SavedFrame::Iterator and ConstIterator are not GC safe and are only used by test code [Uns][]
  18. #1427824 [Core:Layout]-Assertion failure: aNextSibling->GetPrevSibling() || aParentFrame->PrincipalChildList().FirstChild() == aNextSibling (next sibling must be on the principal child list here), at /builds/worker/workspace/build/src/layout/base/nsCSSFrameConstructor.cpp:6507 [Uns][]
  19. #1427908 [Core:Layout]-Never reenter synchronously into frame construction, and remove needless check in IssueSingleInsertNotifications [Uns][]
  20. #1421887 [Core:Layout: Tables]-[BC] |ResetBStartStart| might introduce weird borders if we don't get the row index right. [All][]
  21. #1426042 [Core:Layout: Text]-Bidi reordering failure with zero-length ::after pseudo-element [was: The text is displayed in the LTR direction] [All][]
  22. #1180865 [Core:Panning and Zooming]-Introduce a mechanism similar to axis locking for pinch gestures [All][[gfx-noted] [foxfoodUX]]
  23. #1427553 [Core:Print Preview]-Print preview for composition window stuck on first run at 'Preparing...', works on second attempt [Uns][]
  24. #1425190 [Core:Widget]-Stop checking for GTK >= 2.24 in the printing code [Uns][]
  25. #1425188 [Core:Widget: Gtk]-Remove the Postscript option from the GTK print dialog window [Uns][]
  26. #1426525 [Core:XUL]-Remove XULDocument::mRefMap and its corresponding complexity (and maybe devirtualize nsIDocument::GetElementByID) [Uns][]
  27. #1422643 [Firefox:Address Bar]-Self-XSS protection bypass with tab characters [Uns][[fxsearch]]
  28. #1428043 [Firefox:Developer Tools]-missing file: resource://gre/modules/systemlibs.js referenced from resource://devtools/shared/discovery/discovery.js [Uns][]
  29. #1424722 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Console]-Create actors for symbol values [Uns][]
  30. #1427187 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Debugger]-Update Debugger Frontend (12-27) [Uns][]
  31. #1427392 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Inspector]-Scroll into view the grid container when clicking on the inspect icon [Uns][]
  32. #1426908 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Netmonitor]-CodeMirror styling does not apply for some javascript files in Response tab [All][]
  33. #1426920 [Firefox:Developer Tools: Netmonitor]-Duplicate vertical scroll bar in the Response tab [All][]
  34. #1428338 [Firefox:Developer Tools: WebIDE]-Stop resetting -moz-border-*-colors in addons.css [All][[lang=css]]
  35. #1428405 [Firefox:PDF Viewer]-Update pdf.js to version 2.0.250 [All][]
  36. #1368744 [Firefox:Preferences]-Provide a way for users to deny permission prompts by default in about:preferences [Uns][]
  37. #1428093 [Firefox:Preferences]-Mac preferences subdialog button left/right margins 12px instead of 0 [Uns][]
  38. #1426446 [Firefox:Sync]-Make buttons in unverified Sync state more clear [Uns][]
  39. #1397426 [Firefox:Tabbed Browser]-Make tab browser warming API not set the docshell to be active [Uns][[reserve-photon-performance]]
  40. #106327 [Toolkit:General]-VK_RETURN key (13) wrongly labelled "Return" on Windows and Linux, should be labelled "Enter" (e.g. to display "Ctrl+Enter" keyboard shortcut correctly for File | Send Now) [All][]
  41. #1428401 [Toolkit:General]-Remove obsolete getPref helpers [Uns][]
  42. #1417473 [Toolkit:Telemetry]-Implement the Hybrid Content Telemetry API [Uns][]
  43. #1428334 [Toolkit:Telemetry]-Navigating on about:telemetry frequently opens data:application/json;base64 tabs [Uns][]
  44. #1428325 [Toolkit:Themes]-Stop resetting -moz-border-*-colors in common.inc.css [All][[lang=css]]
  45. #930845 [Toolkit:XUL Widgets]-Remove unused "expander" binding and expander.xml [Mac][[xbl-remove-unused][xbl-available]]

    Partial Landings/Diagnostic Patches:
  1. #1425641 [Core:Printing: Setup]-Some nsPrintJob cleanup patches [Uns][]

    Beta 14 -> Beta 15 Changelog +1
  1. #1426363

Nightly 59 fixes since 20171113 (Gecko 58) ~1846
Beta 58 fixes since 20170921 (Gecko 57) ~2950

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Post Posted January 5th, 2018, 1:26 pm

bjherbison wrote:The Microsoft update for Windows 10 went out two days ago. It was supposed to be applied at 17:00 Eastern time Wednesday (and was for at least some systems).

From The Verge:

The update will also be available for older and supported versions of Windows today, but systems running operating systems like Windows 7 or Windows 8 won’t automatically be updated through Windows Update until next Tuesday. Windows 10 will be automatically updated today.

https://www.theverge.com/2018/1/3/16846 ... ows-10-fix

It's also available for Windows 7 on Windows Update
or at least for me - https://i.imgur.com/LAnuVWP.png, even if I installed only "Security-only update"),
so The Verge is wrong.
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Post Posted January 5th, 2018, 3:42 pm

BenYeeHua wrote:If you anti-virus don't update and set the registry value, which also including outdated Windows Defender, they will stop the patch getting installed.

You can choose uninstall the Antivirus and get it set by latest Windows Defender update, or set it yourself. :wink:


Oh that is annoying. My AV says they're updating next week.
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Post Posted January 5th, 2018, 4:06 pm

Is Webrender on by default now?

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Post Posted January 5th, 2018, 4:14 pm

Virtual_ManPL wrote:
bjherbison wrote:The Microsoft update for Windows 10 went out two days ago. It was supposed to be applied at 17:00 Eastern time Wednesday (and was for at least some systems).

From The Verge:

The update will also be available for older and supported versions of Windows today, but systems running operating systems like Windows 7 or Windows 8 won’t automatically be updated through Windows Update until next Tuesday. Windows 10 will be automatically updated today.

https://www.theverge.com/2018/1/3/16846 ... ows-10-fix

It's also available for Windows 7 on Windows Update
or at least for me - https://i.imgur.com/LAnuVWP.png, even if I installed only "Security-only update"),
so The Verge is wrong.

Isn't the current Microsoft "patch" nothing more than a simple registry entry ? AFAIK They're still looking how they could somewhat fix it in the OS, but that doesn't take away that anything you run on it has to include precautions also. Wondering how much this all is bringing water to the sea. Fixing hardware bugs with software patches never really fixes anything.

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Post Posted January 5th, 2018, 5:10 pm

Peja Stija wrote:Isn't the current Microsoft "patch" nothing more than a simple registry entry ? AFAIK They're still looking how they could somewhat fix it in the OS, but that doesn't take away that anything you run on it has to include precautions also. Wondering how much this all is bringing water to the sea. Fixing hardware bugs with software patches never really fixes anything.

No, that registry entry is set by antivirus, telling the Windows Update that your anti-virus is compatible with latest system call update or whatever they are hooking into.
This is to prevent some antivirus like Kaspersky that likely cause BSoD when a Windows patch come out, so it stop their computer getting updated and facing BSoD after patched.

Anyways, this patch fix/workaround the Meltdown bug using something similar like Kernel Page Table Isolation (KPTI) on Linux, which is for Intel, and it will be fixed on the hardware without performance hit on next gen Intel CPU, like you wish.
And also mitigate for Spectre bug on Microsoft Edge/IE 11, which is for all processor with OoO(Out-of-order execution), unsure on this one, but this still can be exploit on your computer, just the Intel CPU is more easier than AMD/ARM, only migration done on the browser side, I hope this can be solved on the system and the hardware side later on... #-o

https://blog.mozilla.org/security/2018/ ... ng-attack/
https://blogs.windows.com/msedgedev/201 ... t-explorer
https://www.chromium.org/Home/chromium-security/ssca
https://support.google.com/faqs/answer/7622138
https://meltdownattack.com/

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Post Posted January 5th, 2018, 5:20 pm

tomatoshadow2 wrote:Is Webrender on by default now?

no, not that i know of, one still has to enable that themselves in about:config https://discourse.mozilla.org/t/have-yo ... nder/16137

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Post Posted January 5th, 2018, 7:46 pm

Mouse4 wrote:
tomatoshadow2 wrote:Is Webrender on by default now?

no, not that i know of, one still has to enable that themselves in about:config https://discourse.mozilla.org/t/have-yo ... nder/16137


Those are old instructions.

In about:config:

set “gfx.webrender.enabled” to true,
set “gfx.webrender.blob-images” to true,
set “image.mem.shared” to true,
if you are on Linux, set “layers.acceleration.force-enabled” to true.
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Post Posted January 5th, 2018, 8:27 pm

that how to should be stickied till its made Default

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Post Posted January 5th, 2018, 11:26 pm

Have they changed the default font on bugzilla? For the last couple of days, fonts look wonky on bugzilla.

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Post Posted January 6th, 2018, 1:10 am

Now, preferences system are completely broken due to Bug 1379338.
I think that using Nightly.is not secure now.

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Post Posted January 6th, 2018, 5:42 am

Tab warming code has landed again.

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Post Posted January 6th, 2018, 6:03 am

Lurtz wrote:Tab warming code has landed again.


Doesn't appear its activated, still false here - What landed was a fix to prevent it from being 'disabled' in bug:
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1397426 <- Make tab browser warming API not set the docshell to be active

BTW: Nightly is out cset: https://hg.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/ ... 23a264ae31

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Post Posted January 6th, 2018, 10:36 am

mayankleoboy1 wrote:Have they changed the default font on bugzilla? For the last couple of days, fonts look wonky on bugzilla.
I can confirm this,
fonts looks kinda odd, like overbolded,
it's very visible in bug list.
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Post Posted January 6th, 2018, 12:08 pm

Virtual_ManPL wrote:
mayankleoboy1 wrote:Have they changed the default font on bugzilla? For the last couple of days, fonts look wonky on bugzilla.
I can confirm this,
fonts looks kinda odd, like overbolded,
it's very visible in bug list.


Do you have WR enabled. I've always noticed this when I enabled WR. Wikipedia is a good example. Texts looks like it is bold.
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