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Josa
 
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Post Posted October 20th, 2019, 2:50 pm

Previous Nightly Builds thread 20191020

The first official 20191021 NIGHTLY builds are out
.The official Firefox 70 RC 3 builds are not yet out

Previous NIGHTLY: 20191020 (Fx 71.0a1)
Previous BETA: 20191017 (Fx 70.0 RC 2)

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Release Notes: NIGHTLY | BETA
Changelogs: NIGHTLY | BETA


Fixed:
    NIGHTLY +7
  1. #1585284 [Core:DOM: File]-Resolving the dataTransfer.files[n].text promise when triggered from a drag and drop event causes a NS_ERROR_FAILURE error [Uns]
  2. #1587141 [Core:Editor]-execCommand("indent") is confused by whitespace [Uns]
  3. #1564177 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-[jsdbg2] Move Debugger vector from GlobalObject to Realm [Uns]
  4. #1584027 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Hit MOZ_CRASH(invalid UTF-8 string: ReportInvalidCharacter) at js/src/vm/CharacterEncoding.cpp:333 with setTestFilenameValidationCallback [Lin]
  5. #1588737 [Core:Panning and Zooming]-The user is unable to scroll on feedmusic.com on Yoga devices (caused by Modernizr.touch having different values in Firefox vs. Chrome, caused by -moz-touch-enabled) [Win]
  6. #1589561 [Core:XPCOM]-Factor out idle state tracking from PrioritizedEventQueue [Uns]
  7. #1589352 [Toolkit:Preferences]-Force LTR the cell values in about:config [Uns]

    Partial Landings/Diagnostic Patches:
    None

    RC 2 -> RC 3 Changelog +0
    None

Nightly 71 fixes since 20190901 (Gecko 70) ~2145
Beta 70 fixes since 20190708 (Gecko 69) ~2918

Nightly Blog
Release Calendar
Release Tracking
MozRegression Guide
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Post Posted October 20th, 2019, 2:57 pm

streetwolf wrote:
Virtual_ManPL wrote:Does todays Nightly broke someone else profile or I'm only "lucky one"?
In my case, everything working extremely slow, especially opening uBlock Orgin and Download Star extensions menus, even it affects some website pages so many images don't load.
Oddly, it works properly in Firefox Portable with new profile.

I reported bug about this - Bug #1589963 - Latest Nightly breaks profile

No problems here.
no problems here either

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Post Posted October 21st, 2019, 2:19 pm

Nightly version 71.0a1 (2019-10-20) (64-bit) fresh profile in win10 version 1903.
The issue described in Nightly fails to apply update, continually prompts to apply an update occurred to me today:
An update was found, it downloaded and I was offered restarting Nightly to finish the update on a button, I clicked the button, Nightly did restart, after the restart I checked for an update again. There already was a button Restart to update Nightly, which I clicked again. It went on as an infinite loop

i.e. the update never finishes (for reference, the update size is 5.2 MB and there's no entry in about:crashes ).

Did it happen to you too?
'(Firefox for desktop) list fixed bugs in Mercurial' userscript:
as a list: v4.2.2 and, as a sortable table: either v5.5.4 (for all channel users) or v5.5.4 (especially for inbound users).
My other userscripts: GreasyFork OpenUserJS

Alice0775

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Post Posted October 22nd, 2019, 4:18 am

XBL has also ended.

[*]#1583314 [Core:XBL]-Disable MOZ_XBL in Firefox [Uns]

darkred
 
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Post Posted October 22nd, 2019, 8:07 am

darkred wrote:Nightly version 71.0a1 (2019-10-20) (64-bit) fresh profile in win10 version 1903.
The issue described in Nightly fails to apply update, continually prompts to apply an update occurred to me today:
An update was found, it downloaded and I was offered restarting Nightly to finish the update on a button, I clicked the button, Nightly did restart, after the restart I checked for an update again. There already was a button Restart to update Nightly, which I clicked again. It went on as an infinite loop

i.e. the update never finishes (for reference, the update size is 5.2 MB and there's no entry in about:crashes ).

Did it happen to you too?

Today, after windows restart, Nightly was already updated to 2019-10-21
and I got a new prompt to update (~7.5 MB) and it got updated ok to 2019-10-22.
'(Firefox for desktop) list fixed bugs in Mercurial' userscript:
as a list: v4.2.2 and, as a sortable table: either v5.5.4 (for all channel users) or v5.5.4 (especially for inbound users).
My other userscripts: GreasyFork OpenUserJS

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Post Posted October 22nd, 2019, 8:43 am

Ugh, this new search icon next to the address bar, why do they keep doing things like this?

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Post Posted October 22nd, 2019, 9:12 am

mattcoz wrote:Ugh, this new search icon next to the address bar, why do they keep doing things like this?


That is really weird. Does it do anything different than searching in the main address bar?

TheVisitor
 
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Post Posted October 22nd, 2019, 9:19 am

jmontana wrote:
mattcoz wrote:Ugh, this new search icon next to the address bar, why do they keep doing things like this?


That is really weird. Does it do anything different than searching in the main address bar?


Yeah, that' sorta redundant knowing that the Awesome bar does a 'search' by default now days, since for several months now at least.
And... you can't drag it away with 'customize' :(

EDIT: I'm not sure that's not a 'bug'... If you open a new tab or focus the urlbar with say: ctrl+l the seach-glass moves inside the urlbar where it shows when you open a new tab.
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jmontana
 
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Post Posted October 22nd, 2019, 9:21 am

TheVisitor wrote:
jmontana wrote:
mattcoz wrote:Ugh, this new search icon next to the address bar, why do they keep doing things like this?


That is really weird. Does it do anything different than searching in the main address bar?


Yeah, that' sorta redundant knowing that the Awesome bar does a 'search' by default now days, since for several months now at least.
And... you can't drag it away with 'customize' :(


If you change your preferences to "Add search bar in toolbar", you can have three different ways to search from the toolbar! :roll:

mattcoz
 
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Post Posted October 22nd, 2019, 12:07 pm

TheVisitor wrote:
jmontana wrote:
mattcoz wrote:Ugh, this new search icon next to the address bar, why do they keep doing things like this?


That is really weird. Does it do anything different than searching in the main address bar?


Yeah, that' sorta redundant knowing that the Awesome bar does a 'search' by default now days, since for several months now at least.
And... you can't drag it away with 'customize' :(

EDIT: I'm not sure that's not a 'bug'... If you open a new tab or focus the urlbar with say: ctrl+l the seach-glass moves inside the urlbar where it shows when you open a new tab.

Oh, it's not a bug. https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1589836

therube

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Post Posted October 22nd, 2019, 1:42 pm

So... finally, that mighty megabar (remind me just why any of this came about) doesn't cover (much) of other items on the bar, & it finally actually works on on a non-Aero Windows theme, but now, once you "click" on the megabar, you're kind of stuck, unless you click away or hit the ESC key.

Behavior is so awkward, so backwards....ss.

Remind me just why any of this came about. Just what is the benefit? :bangshead:? How is UI/UX enhanced?
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Post Posted October 22nd, 2019, 2:47 pm


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