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Post Posted October 16th, 2019, 7:52 am

Previous Nightly Builds thread 20191016

The first official 20191017 NIGHTLY builds are out
The official Firefox 70 RC 2 builds are out

Previous NIGHTLY: 20191016 (Fx 71.0a1)
Previous BETA: 20191015 (Fx 70.0 RC 1)

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Release Notes: NIGHTLY | BETA
Changelogs: NIGHTLY | BETA


Fixed:
    NIGHTLY +41
  1. #1586599
  2. #1548718 [Core:CSS Parsing and Computation]-support multiple part names in ::part() [Uns]
  3. #1588845 [Core:DOM: Bindings (WebIDL)]-Update Other and ArgumentNameKeyword productions in Web IDL parser to spec changes [Uns]
  4. #998590 [Core:Disability Access APIs]-expose heading level in acc layer based on outline depth not heading numeric value [Win]
  5. #1586396 [Core:Graphics: WebGPU]-WebGPU thread mock [Uns]
  6. #1588987 [Core:Graphics: WebRender]-Fix pause handling in WebRenderBridgeParent::MaybeGenerateFrame() [Uns]
  7. #1572391 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Assertion failure: frame.isDebuggee(), at js/src/debugger/Debugger.cpp:3186 [Lin]
  8. #1288457 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-GetPrototypeFromConstructor should throw TypeError from GetFunctionRealm if proxy is revoked [Uns]
  9. #1587738 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-[BinAST] Add a cache for MultiLookupHuffmanTable [Uns]
  10. #1433306 [Core:JavaScript: Internationalization API]-Implement Intl.ListFormat [Uns]
  11. #1586791 [Core:Javascript: WebAssembly]-[Cranelift] BatchCompiler::new called too often? [Uns]
  12. #1580894 [Core:Layout: Grid]-Enable subgrid by default [All]
  13. #1468131 [Core:Layout: Text and Fonts]-UBSan: pointer index expression overflowed [@ GetTrimmableWhitespaceCount] [Uns]
  14. #1588675 [Core:Layout]-Use nsPresContext::IsRootContentDocumentCrossProcess instead of IsRootContentDocument for places where we call nsLayoutUtils::ComputeScrollMetadata [Uns]
  15. #1587570 [Core:MathML]-Remove support for the subscriptshift and superscriptshift attributes [Uns]
  16. #1587226 [Core:Networking: HTTP]-Make HTTP_CHANNEL_ONSTART_SUCCESS available on release channel [Uns]
  17. #1586195 [Core:Networking]-Crash in [@ mozilla::net::HttpChannelParent::RecvRedirect2Verify] [Win]
  18. #1384260 [Core:Plug-ins]-(win32k-plugin) Remove content process win32k use in plugin module [Uns]
  19. #1504025 [Core:Web Replay]-The console should highlight when we're at the beginning and end [Uns]
  20. #1588640 [Core:WebRTC: Audio/Video]-[macOS 10.15] Screen sharing shouldn't require "Camera" OSX permission. Should instead raise & gate on OS "ScreenRecording" permission consistently. [mac]
  21. #1508567 [Core:WebRTC: Audio/Video]-firefox cannot limit framerate in getusermedia with screen [Win]
  22. #1588571 [Core:WebRTC: Signaling]-Renew the SDP comparison telemetry [Uns]
  23. #1586423 [Core:WebRTC]-meet.google.com / Google Hangouts doesn't work in Nightly ("Couldn't start the video call because of an error") [Uns]
  24. #1589257 [Core:WebVR]-Update Vive Cosmos controller button binding [Uns]
  25. #1588810 [Core:js-ctypes]-Don't assume null-terminated strings in UnicodeToNative [All]
  26. #1581530 [DevTools:Debugger]-File with missing source map led to blank debugger on restart [Uns]
  27. #1578752 [DevTools:Debugger]-Jumping from Inspector events to Debugger jumps to wrong line for pretty-printed sources [Uns]
  28. #1588796 [DevTools:Debugger]-Use new search highlight styles for "Find in file…" [Uns]
  29. #1541411 [DevTools:General]-Some DevTools labels should use Title Case in English locale [Uns]
  30. #1568126 [DevTools:Inspector]-Fetch the inspector and its related fronts (walker, highlighter, selection) via the nodeFront rather than from toolbox or inspector panel singleton [Uns]
  31. #1586239 [Firefox:Address Bar]-Stop calling _addTextContentWithHighlights for the tip button [Uns]
  32. #1589169 [Firefox:Address Bar]-Stop calling _addTextContentWithHighlights for the tip text [Uns]
  33. #1586148 [Firefox:File Handling]-Web protocol handling is probably broken in fission [Uns]
  34. #1589018 [Firefox:General]-global-scope pollution from browser-fullScreenAndPointerLock.js [All]
  35. #1588901 [Firefox:Protections UI]-Monitor columns in about:protections have different heights [Uns]
  36. #1584312 [Firefox:Protections UI]-[Protections Panel] Implement section for blocked tracker milestones in the footer [Uns]
  37. #1588037 [Firefox:Search]-Don't show "Search in a private window" if an alias was typed [Uns]
  38. #1586861 [Firefox:Search]-SearchOneOffs.__rebuild is getting stale layout information [Uns]
  39. #1572695 [Firefox:about:logins]-The "New Login" item is wrongly displayed after syncing or saving logins, if there were no existing logins [All]
  40. #1588925 [Toolkit:General]-`d3d9video-crash-buard` in aboutSupport.ftl should be `d3d9video-crash-guard` (ie s/b/g/) [Uns]
  41. #1588429 [Toolkit:Telemetry]-Remove expiring ecosystem_(old|new)_send_time scalar [Uns]

    Partial Landings/Diagnostic Patches:
  1. #1586991 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Stop relying on or using flat strings in a number of places [All]
  2. #1399866 [Core:JavaScript: GC]-Intermittent GECKO(1136) | Assertion failure: js::CheckGrayMarkingState(mJSRuntime), at z:/build/build/src/xpcom/base/CycleCollectedJSRuntime.cpp:1207 [Uns]
  3. #1577822 [Core:Security: PSM]-Upgrade Firefox 71 to use NSS 3.47 [All]

    RC 1 -> RC 2 Changelog +7
  1. #1586599
  2. #1587931 [Core:DOM: Web Storage]-LSNG: Force kill database actors during shutdown [Uns]
  3. #1580926 [Core:Graphics: WebRender]-Turn off gfx.webrender.all.qualified before shipping Firefox 70 [Uns]
  4. #1588837 [Core:Graphics: WebRender]-Disable WebRender on some older Intel devices [Uns]
  5. #1586627 [Core:Widget: Cocoa]-[macOS] Graphics glitches in firefox caused by using core animation on HD 3000 [mac]
  6. #1588315 [Firefox:Protections UI]-about:protections: Firefox Monitor link mishandles Alias E-mails [Uns]
  7. #1576508 [WebExtensions:General]-downloads.onCreated API event not fired when the download items include a referrer property [All]

Nightly 71 fixes since 20190901 (Gecko 70) ~2019
Beta 70 fixes since 20190708 (Gecko 69) ~2918

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Post Posted October 16th, 2019, 8:21 am

Scrolling while the PNG filmstrip animation is playing is extremely laggy on https://www.amd.com/en/products/profess ... tinct-mi50
It's fine in Chrome based Edge.

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Post Posted October 16th, 2019, 8:25 am

Mouse4 wrote:
David1949 wrote:Josa


Have you any plans as to what you plan to do with your information posts when/if MozillaZine goes dark?

there's prolly not much he can do unless he wants to post these threads on the Neowin forum on Frank Lions Seamonkey forum

Maybe I can post in the "Web Browser Discussion & Support" section there.
I'm open to do it on forums because it's very simple. Don't know about other ways (like someone suggested using GitHub).

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Post Posted October 16th, 2019, 1:54 pm

Josa wrote:
Mouse4 wrote:
David1949 wrote:Josa


Have you any plans as to what you plan to do with your information posts when/if MozillaZine goes dark?

there's prolly not much he can do unless he wants to post these threads on the Neowin forum on Frank Lions Seamonkey forum

Maybe I can post in the "Web Browser Discussion & Support" section there.
I'm open to do it on forums because it's very simple. Don't know about other ways (like someone suggested using GitHub).

Github would be a PITA wouldnt it?

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Post Posted October 16th, 2019, 3:18 pm

Josa wrote:Maybe I can post in the "Web Browser Discussion & Support" section there.
I'm open to do it on forums because it's very simple. Don't know about other ways (like someone suggested using GitHub).

Reddit?

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Post Posted October 16th, 2019, 5:57 pm

Reddit is a pile of rose grower. Seriously just spam central and unusable
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Post Posted October 17th, 2019, 3:23 pm

Firefox 70 RC 2 is out!

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Post Posted October 18th, 2019, 2:00 am

Josa wrote:Maybe I can post in the "Web Browser Discussion & Support" section there.
I'm open to do it on forums because it's very simple. Don't know about other ways (like someone suggested using GitHub).

If required, I can set up a Firefox Builds forum for you here - http://seamonkey.boards.net/ - which was set up when the Knowledge Base here went read only.

We also have a really suitable admin who could take over here, but it's Kerz who has gone dark and vanished atm.
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Post Posted October 18th, 2019, 9:29 am

Frank Lion wrote:[...] If required, I can set up a Firefox Builds forum for you here - http://seamonkey.boards.net/ - which was set up when the Knowledge Base here went read only. [...]

Please very much do! [-o<
It will be awesome, as backup or new forum, because it could keep everyone mostly together without dismemberment.



@ streetwolf - Feedback here, I want to say, that I'm not seeing anymore these odd GFX issues anymore. So probably it was fixed thankfully by Mozilla.

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Post Posted October 18th, 2019, 10:48 am

Virtual_ManPL wrote:Please very much do! [-o<
It will be awesome, as backup or new forum, because it could keep everyone mostly together without dismemberment.

That'll be up to Josa, but it's there if you want/need it.

If needed, Josa just has to register and PM me and I'll set it up, within hours. Josa (or any other changelog leader) will get Mod rights for that forum, so that they can lock threads and generally run it how you want. For now, just bookmark the link, just in case.
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Post Posted October 18th, 2019, 12:16 pm

Virtual_ManPL wrote:
Frank Lion wrote:[...] If required, I can set up a Firefox Builds forum for you here - http://seamonkey.boards.net/ - which was set up when the Knowledge Base here went read only. [...]

Please very much do! [-o<
It will be awesome, as backup or new forum, because it could keep everyone mostly together without dismemberment.



@ streetwolf - Feedback here, I want to say, that I'm not seeing anymore these odd GFX issues anymore. So probably it was fixed thankfully by Mozilla.


I completely forgot about this issue. Like you, I haven't encountered the problem in quite a while.
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Post Posted October 18th, 2019, 5:36 pm

good to see that end of the Megabar , when did they Disable that?

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Mouse4 wrote:good to see that end of the Megabar , when did they Disable that?

AFAICT it is still enabled by default. Perhaps you have it set to false and think Mozilla did this?
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Post Posted October 18th, 2019, 5:54 pm

streetwolf wrote:
Mouse4 wrote:good to see that end of the Megabar , when did they Disable that?

AFAICT it is still enabled by default. Perhaps you have it set to false and think Mozilla did this?

it looks smaller than it was, i dont have it disabled in about:config

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Post Posted October 19th, 2019, 1:56 am

Frank Lion wrote:If needed, Josa just has to register and PM me and I'll set it up, within hours. Josa (or any other changelog leader) will get Mod rights for that forum, so that they can lock threads and generally run it how you want. For now, just bookmark the link, just in case.

Awesome news, bookmarked! =D> :wink:
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